Routledge prize awarded to St Cross Graduate Adam Kluge

St Cross graduate Adam Kluge (MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2023) has been honoured with the prestigious Routledge Prize for his outstanding dissertation. 

The award originally called the ‘Willan Publishing Prize for Criminological Research’ was renamed in 2011 when Routledge took over Willan Publishing. The ‘Routledge Criminology Prize’, as it is now known, is awarded to the student who performs best on the ESRC-accredited MSc Criminology and Criminal Justice (Research Methods) with an overall distinction and the prize is valued at £250. 

Routledge, Taylor & Francis, are well known for their long-standing tradition of publishing reputable, pluralist Economics research that challenges mainstream thinking, recognizes the significance of diversity and inclusion in today's world. By promoting research that combats elitism and marginalization, they aim to encourage and support inclusive research that embraces diversity, plurality, and innovative approaches. 


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From 2018 to 2022, Adam Kluge pursued a bachelor's degree in Political Science and History at Columbia University. Subsequently, he completed his master's degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice at St Cross College for which he has been awarded the Routledge Prize. Currently, he is pursuing a PhD in Criminology at the University of Oxford for which he has been granted full funding through the ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council)’s Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) initiative. This opportunity has placed him among a distinguished cohort of leading scholars and innovators across the social sciences. 

Congratulations Adam for your remarkable achievements!