Feminist Scholar of the Year: Raquel Moreira, Graceland University, "'Now that I'm a Whore, Nobody is Holding Me Back!': Women in Favela Funk and Embodied Politics"
Top Paper: Whitney Neukam, University of Utah, “Transphobic, Racist, and Classist Ideologies in the Women’s March on Washington: A Critique of White Feminism”
Top Student Paper: Jed Chalupa, Colorado State University, “Scapegoating to Preserve Hegemonic Ideology: An Examination of Criminal Minds’ Representation of Sex Work as a Means of Hegemonic Maintenance”
Top Undergraduate Student Paper: Danielle C. Biss,California State University, San Marcos, “(En)Gendering Hegemonic Representations of Disability in The Bridge”
Top Debut Paper: Marguerite Nguyen Lehamn, The Pennsylvania State University, “Gender N/A: Identity Disclosure in Activist Discourse and the ? Persona”