Atlas of the Irish Revolution, eds., John Crowley, Donál Ó Drisceoil, Mike Murphy and John Borgonovo, 2017, Cork University Press.
Transforming the fisheries: neoliberalism, nature, and the commons, Patrick Bresnihan, 2016, University of Nebraska Press.
The full list of nominations for the awards is as follows
GSI Book Award 2017-18 Nominations:
Brady, Joseph (2017) Dublin in the 1950s and 1960s: cars, shops and suburbs. Four Courts Press.
Bresnihan, Patrick (2016). Transforming the fisheries: neoliberalism, nature, and the commons. U of Nebraska Press.
Fraser, Alistair (2016). Global Foodscapes: Oppression and Resistance in the Life of Food. Routledge.
Morrissey, John (2017). The Long War: CENTCOM, grand strategy, and global security (Vol. 34). University of Georgia Press.
Pike, Susan. (2015) Learning Primary Geography: Ideas and Inspiration from Classrooms. Routledge.
Robinson, J. (2017). Transitional justice and the politics of inscription: memory, space and narrative in Northern Ireland. Routledge. (Shortlisted)
John Crowley, Donál Ó Drisceoil, Mike Murphy and John Borgonovo (2017) Atlas of the Irish Revolution. Cork University Press.
Mills, Gerald; Oke, T. R., Christen, A., & Voogt, J. A. (2017). Urban climates. Cambridge University Press.
Kitchin, Rob, & Perng, S. Y. (Eds.). (2016). Code and the City. Routledge.(shortlisted)