Richard Sennett wins the 2015 Hemingway Prize

9 June 2015

Richard Sennett has been awarded the Hemingway Prize, celebrating the “the adventure of thought” of his life-time work. The prize commemorates Ernest Hemingway by recognising writers, thinkers, artists and journalists whose contemporary work captures the spirit and culture of Hemingway’s work as a novelist and journalist. Sennett, who is a Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science and New York University, chairs the advisory board of LSE Cities and is the founder of Theatrum Mundi. The prize will be awarded in Lignano in northen Italy on 20 June 2015.