ASAP GRADUATE STUDENT PAPER PRIZE
The Association for the Anthropology of Policy (ASAP) awards a prize of $250 annually for the best graduate student paper on any aspect of the anthropology of policy. Papers must be based upon substantial and original ethnographic fieldwork. Papers are assessed based upon: the originality and depth of their empirical research; contribution to the field; organization, quality, and clarity of writing; the implications/ramifications of the policy and its implementation; and cogency of argument. Condensed versions of the winning paper are published in the ASAP column in Anthropology News and to the ASAP website.
ASAP GRADUATE STUDENT PAPER PRIZE 2020: CALL FOR PAPERS
The 2020 Call for Papers for the ASAP Graduate Student Paper Prize is live. The deadline for submissions is June 15, 2020. More information and complete CFP can be found here.