The Whatley Award is given each year at the conference in memory of George Whatley, a founder and early president of the Popular Culture Association in the South. The editor and editorial board of Studies in Popular Culture annually recognize the article published in the journal’s previous two issues that, in their view, best represents the scholarly values Professor Whatley sought for the organization and the study of popular culture.
The 2019 Whatley Award goes to:
“Drone Masculinity: James Bond and the Cultural Discourse of Covert Action.”
by Matthew Bellamy