Monthly update: June 2019

Anthropology News Column:
Check out the ASAP Anthropology News column by ASAP Graduate Student Paper Prize Winner Rachel Silver entitled Readmission Policy and State-NGO-Funder Relations in Malawi” 

The election for leadership positions at AAA and ASAP sections is now open! The Association for the Anthropology of Policy is electing a Graduate Student Representative to a 2-year term. Take a look at the three qualified candidates running for the position on the ASAP webpage here. ASAP is committed to serving the needs of graduate students and emerging scholars. The GSR position is key to this effort. You can vote by logging into the AAA webpage and clicking on “Vote Now.” The deadline to vote is today, May 31, 2019.

Paper Prize:
The Association for the Anthropology of Policy invites submissions for the 2019 Graduate Paper Prize. ASAP awards a prize of $250 annually for the best graduate student paper on any aspect of the anthropology of policy. More information on eligibility and submission requirements can be found here on the ASAP webpage.

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Key contacts
– Eric Cheng for the listserv: [email protected] or [email protected]
– David Haines for the web: [email protected]
– Georgia Hartman for Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: [email protected]
– Ted Powers for ASAP columns in AN: [email protected]
– Cris Shore for Anthropology of Policy book series: [email protected]
– Cansu Civelek for graduate student queries: [email protected]