Author Archives: Julia Offen
The Society for Humanistic Anthropology will hold a virtual award ceremony Sunday November 8, 2020 at 16:00-18:00 EST (4pm-6pm Eastern) as part of the AAA’s Raising Our Voices online meeting. There is no conference fee to attend our award ceremony … Continue reading
We are excited to announce the winners of the 2020 SHA Ethnographic Fiction and Creative Nonfiction Competition, from our largest pool of entries ever received. Judges were: Sowparnika Balaswaminathan, Julia Offen, Katrina Daly Thompson, and John Wood
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 SHA Presidents Awards for Student Writing: Shozab Raza, for “The Making of a Revolutionary: Theorizing Mystical Marxism in Rural Pakistan” (graduate award); and Caleb Sabatka, for “Literary Anthropology and an … Continue reading
2020 Winners of the Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing and the Edie Turner First Book Prize in Ethnographic Writing
I am delighted to announce the 2020 winners of the Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing and the new Edie Turner First Book Prize in Ethnographic Writing. Despite the pandemic, there were no less than 87 entries, which is a … Continue reading
The Society for Humanistic Anthropology is excited to announce the opening of our annual Ethnographic Fiction and Creative Nonfiction writing competition. Our 2020 deadline is September 1. All details can be found here. We look forward to reading your work!
In light of the global challenges we are all facing, please note that Anthropology and Humanism may experience delays in our editorial and production process. Our summer 2020 and winter 2020 issues are already full with accepted material. Any submissions … Continue reading
The Society for Humanistic Anthropology (SHA) announces our competition for student writing, the 2020 SHA Presidents Award for Graduate Student Writing and the 2020 SHA Presidents Award for Undergraduate Student Writing, and invites submissions in both categories. Deadline is June … Continue reading
The Society for Humanistic Anthropology is pleased to announce the opening of our annual Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing! Submission and other information is located on our Awards Page.
We are excited to be able to offer a new award, the Edie Turner First-Book Prize in Ethnographic Writing, which recognizes Edie Turner’s support and mentorship of junior scholars. There is no separate entry form for the Edie Turner Prize; … Continue reading
The Society for Humanistic Anthropology is pleased to announce the selection of our new incoming editorial team for Anthropology and Humanism: Neni Pangouria and Katrina Daly Thompson will begin their editorship in October, 2020, taking over from our current team, … Continue reading