Professor Daniel Mattingly has been awarded the Gaddis Smith International Book Prize for The Art of Political Control in China.
The Gaddis Smith International Book Prize for best first book, The Art of Political Control in China (link is external) (Cambridge University Press) was established in 2004 to recognize the distinguished legacy of a former director of the MacMillan Center. The prize is awarded for a book on international topics written by current members of the Yale faculty. Award recipients receive a research appointment at the MacMillan Center and a $5,000 research award.
Congratulations Professor Mattingly.