Edinburgh student wins national essay prize
Congratulations to Jessica Firth for winning the PSA Women and Politics Essay Prize.
Edinburgh Politics and IR student Jessica Firth has won the 2013 PSA Women and Politics prize for best undergraduate essay in a competition open to all politics students in the UK.
Jessica wrote her award-winning paper, 'Does the Rise of the Global Sex Industry Represent Progress or Failure or feminism', as part of the Honours course Global Politics of Sex and Gender. The course convenor is Dr Claire Duncanson.
Congratulations to Jessica!