The Wang Gungwu Prize
Asian Studies Review
The Wang Gungwu Prize was established and funded as an annual prize by the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) in 2013 to recognise and encourage scholarly excellence in its flagship journal, Asian Studies Review. It recognises the best article published in Asian Studies Review in the calendar year.
The Prize is named in honour of Professor Wang Gungwu, the distinguished historian who has contributed enormously to scholarship not only in Australia but also in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Singapore. Professor Wang was also a key person behind the formation of the ASAA in 1976 and has served as its president.
The Wang Gungwu Prize is an award of $1,500.
Join us in congratulating the previous winners of this prize, and enjoy free access to the award-winning research.
|Winning Year||Author(s)||Article Title||Volume||Issue|
|2019||Terje Toomistu||Embodied Notions of Belonging: Practices of Beauty among Waria in West Papua, Indonesia||43||4|
|2018||Belinda Rina Marie Spagnoletti, Linda Rae Bennett, Michelle Kermode & Siswanto Agus Wilopo||Moralising Rhetoric and Imperfect Realities: Breastfeeding Promotions and the Experiences of Recently Delivered Mothers in Urban Yogyakarta, Indonesia||42||1|
|2017||Ian Chalmers||Countering Violent Extremism in Indonesia: Bringing Back the Jihadists||41||3|
|2016||Devleena Ghosh||Burma–Bengal Crossings: Intercolonial Connections in Pre-Independence India||40||2|
|2015||Margaret Becker||Constructing SSLM: Insights from Struggles over Women’s Rights in Nepal||39||2|
|2014||Karl Gustafsson||Memory Politics and Ontological Security in Sino-Japanese Relations||38||1|
|2013||Philippa Brant||Chinese Aid in the South Pacific: Linked to Resources?||37||2|