Jeremy Tanner awarded publication prize
13 June 2011
Congratulations to Jeremy Tanner who has been awarded the SAGE Prize for Innovation and Excellence 2011 for his article in the journal Cultural Sociology on the sociological interpretation of art.
The SAGE Prize is awarded to the paper judged most innovative or exceptional in the past year's volume of each journal. The SAGE Prize 2011 Nominees List is available here»
The British Sociological Association and SAGE offer free online access to the winning papers from the SAGE Prize for Innovation and Excellence. Jeremy's article for Cultural Sociology entitled Michael Baxandall and the Sociological Interpretation of Art will be freely available online until 31 July 2011.
Jeremy's article may be cited as follows:
- Tanner, J. 2010. Michael Baxandall and the Sociological Interpretation of Art. Cultural Sociology 4:2, 231-256. DOI: 10.1177/1749975510368474
Jeremy was also invited to Harvard earlier in the year to present a paper at a conference for the republishing of new editions and launching of new volumes of The Image of the Black in Western Art, for which he had written a new introduction for the volume on Antiquity entitled 'Black Athena and after: Race and Representation in Ancient Art'.
A report on Jeremy's presentation may be read in the Harvard Gazette.