OUTSTANDING GRADUATE STUDENT
This biennial award supports rising anthropologists of policy by celebrating and promoting their contributions to the field. The winner is awarded $250 and recognized at ASAP’s Annual Meeting during the AAA Annual Conference. The winner’s bio, paper title, abstract, and visual representation of the winning manuscript are posted to the ASAP website as well as celebrated via ASAP’s social media outlets and AAA Communities.
Call for submissions is now open!
Deadline=June 6, 2023.
More information can found here.
A complete list of previous award winners can be found here.
Condensed versions of the winning paper are published in the ASAP Anthropology News column and to the ASAP website.
Left: 2021 Award Winner. EB Saldaña. Princeton U.
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