Awards & Grants
/ Harris-Jones Prize

Harris-Jones Prize

This prize recognizes work in all areas relevant to the Philosophy of the Black Experience, particularly in the Americas. Example areas of interest include recovery/exposition of relevant ideas of an overlooked Black philosopher, or a philosophical inquiry of the Black Experience in connection to culture/ cultural production, religion, political thought/political economy, or existential humanism (broadly conceived).


2024 Yanai Sened, “Anger As Faith in a Better Possible World”

2023 Krista Thomason, “W.E.B. DuBois on Contempt & Democracy”

2022 Sunny Williams, “Sodalism as Open Worldview: Conspiring to Dismantle the White Franchise through Education and Anzaldúan Activism.”