In July 2008, Prof. Sara Mills, on behalf of the Executive Committee of the International Gender and Language Association, organised the IGALA Book prize 2008. The winner of the first book prize for the most outstanding gender and language book for 2008 was: Marjorie Harness Goodwin's "The Hidden Life of Girls", Blackwell, 2006.
The Hidden Life of Girls (2006)
Marjorie Harness Goodwin
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And now, the winner of the International Gender and Language Association Book prize for 2010 is: Rosalind Gill's "Gender and Media", Polity, 2006.
Gender and the Media (2006)
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IGALA Book Prize
Dear IGALA members,
If you have published a book recently which you would like to be submitted for the IGALA Book Prize, send the details of the book to Sara Mills and approach your publisher to see if they will agree to submit it (we ask publishers to send us three copies of the book and to pay us a small fee to cover administrative charges).
Co-ordinator IGALA Book Prize
Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard, <firstname.lastname@example.org>