Prizes & Awards

INTERNATIONAL HERBERT MARCUSE SOCIETY

Herbert Marcuse Prize, presented occasionally by the International Herbert Marcuse Society, for lifetime achievement in advancing critical theory in the struggle for liberation.

Marielle Franco Prize, awarded biennially by the International Herbert Marcuse Society, for an outstanding paper presented by a young scholar on the theme of the Society's conference.

Bolívar Echeverría Prize, awarded biennially by the International Herbert Marcuse Society, for an outstanding work (e.g., book, article, essay)—recently published in Spanish—that advances critical theory in the struggle for liberation.

Bento Prado Jr. Prize, awarded biennially by the International Herbert Marcuse Society, for an outstanding work (e.g., book, article, essay)—recently published in Portuguese—that advances critical theory in the struggle for liberation.

Maria Érbia Carnaúba Scholarships, awarded biennially by the International Herbert Marcuse Society, to fund travel and other expenses in support of graduate students—throughout the Americas—to enable their attendance at the Society’s conferences and programs.

Herbert marcuse prize


Marielle Franco Prize

RECIPIENTS:

2021: Rodney Doody (PhD candidate, York University, Toronto, CANADA) for his paper, "The Hedonism and Asceticism of Neoliberal Subjectivity: The Crude Needs of Consumer Capitalism and its Social, Psychological and Ecological Devastation." Paper delivered at the 8th biennial conference of the Marcuse Society in 2019, at University of California, Santa Barbara. Prize announced and received at the 9th biennial conference of the Marcuse Society in 2021, at Arizona State University.

Bento Prado Jr. Prize


Bolívar Echeverría Prize

RECIPIENTS:

2021: Stefan Gandler (Professor, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro [UAQ], Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro, MEXICO) for his book, Marxismo crítico en México: Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez y Bolívar Echeverría. Prize announced and received at the 9th biennial conference of the Marcuse Society in 2021, at Arizona State University.


Maria Érbia Carnaúba ScholarshipS

9th BIENNIAL CONFERNCE / 2021

Arizona State University

  • Sergio Bedoya Cortés (Universidad Libre de Colombia, COLOMBIA)

  • Greg Gabrellas (Society for Psychoanalytic Inquiry, USA)

  • Maor Levitin (University of Toronto, CANADA)

  • Christie Offenbacher (Society for Psychoanalytic Inquiry, USA)

  • Fernando Huesca Ramón (Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO)