- Student must be in M.A. or PhD. program
- Submissions must be under the 9000 word limit.
- The paper must deal with some aspect of Europeanist anthropology and/or Europeanist anthropology’s contribution to the broader field of anthropology. (This rule will be interpreted liberally to include papers of a comparative and/or theoretical nature.)
The prize winner will receive $400 in travel reimbursements for the 2015 AAA meeting. The winner and four finalists will be invited to participate in the SAE Roundtable event at the 2015 AAA meeting.
Deadline extended: Submissions due August 1, 2015 to Noelle Molé Liston (email@example.com)
William A. Douglass Distinguished Lecture: Saturday, December 6 from 8:30pm to 10:30pm (with cash-bar reception) (Co-sponsored by the Association for the Anthropology of Policy) Accelerated Change and the Crises of European Identities Thomas Hylland Eriksen (University of Oslo) Professor Eriksen will draw on