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RAAC Paper Prize 2011 Winner

I am happy to announce that the winner of the RAAC Paper Prize for 2011 is Stephen Tuck, University of Oxford (UK) and fellow of the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute, Harvard University (2011-2012), for his paper, entitled, “The Doubts of Their Fathers: The Secular Origins of the Civil Rights Movement.”

Our jury noted the originality of Stephen’s approach to including African Americans in discussions of secularism in the U.S. as well as “the quality of research, persuasive writing [and] judiciousness.” The members of our Caucus seconded this choice at our meeting on last Saturday. Congratulations to Stephen!

And many thanks to all the folks who submitted papers as well as our jury (John Corrigan, Tracy Fessenden, and Sylvester Johnson) who graciously read all the papers.

By Kelly J. Baker, Wed, October 26, 2011 - 8:49 am
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