We are delighted to announce the winners of the GFGRG’s dissertation prize for 2019. We received a number of fantastic dissertations for consideration for this year’s award and want to thank all of the entries for their hard work and thorough engagement with feminist geography. As always, the standard for the competition was very high making judging a pleasure (we love reading your projects) but also incredibly difficult (such great projects to shortlist!)
The winners for this year are:-
Joint first prize:
Tabitha Shell, The emotional geographies of breastfeeding: public and private spaces of support and stress (Queen Mary, University of London)
Isobel Phillips, The beautiful game: the multiscalar experiences of women footballers playing a male-dominated game (University of Nottingham)
Bronwen Butler, Bloody injustice: period poverty, power and shame in the 21st century (University College London).
Congratulations to our winners!
The GFGRG committee