Deutscher Prize for In the Vale of Tears

It’s now official: In the Vale of Tears is listed as the winner of the Isaac and Tamara Deutscher Prize at the prize website (see also the announcement at the Historical Materialism page and at the University of Newcastle). The award was for the book and for the whole Criticism of Heaven and Earth series, which is just as well, since I have always been a little ambivalent about In the Vale of Tears. All the same, I am somewhat gobsmacked by the fact that the other short-listed books were Frederic Jameson, The Antinomies of Realism, Costas Lapavistas, Profiting without Producing: How Finance Exploits Us All, and John Saul and Patrick Bond, South Africa – The Present as History.

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7 thoughts on “Deutscher Prize for In the Vale of Tears

  1. Congrats Roland! I was hoping to see you at the San Diego SBL to say this in person. I’ll be at the Gong next week for the CSAA conference.

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