Judging takes place over a three-month period from July to October.Since 2001, the main judging panel makes an initial shortlist of dissertations.An international judge then joins the panel to discuss the final selection and establish the dissertation medallist.Professor Edward W Soja (UCLA) was the first international judge in 2001 and Professor Christine Boyer (Princeton University) joined the panel in 2002.This year the international dissertation judge is Kim Dovey (University of ...
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