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2018 Huttenbach Award Winner is Announced

May 10, 2018

Dana M. Landau (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland) wins the 2018 Huttenbach Prize for the best article published in the Nationalities Papers in 2017.

The selection committee of Myra Waterbury (Ohio U), Harris Mylonas (George Washington U), and Peter Rutland (Wesleyan U) awarded the prize for 2018 to Dana M. Landau (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland) for her article "The quest for legitimacy in independent Kosovo: the unfulfilled promise of diversity and minority rights" (Nationalities Papers, Volume 45, Issue 3, pp. 442-463, 2017).