Prizes awarded by the Royal Anthropological Institute The Institute awards nine prizes, four of which are in the field of ethnographic film. These are advertised regularly in Anthropology Today, the Institute's bi-monthly journal. Marsh Award for Anthropology in the World.
Anthropology students at Reed College have a strong history of winning undergraduate paper prizes sponsored by the various subsections of the American Anthropological Association. The department maintains a list of the prizes and their deadlines for submission.Entries are invited for the J.B. Donne Essay Prize, offered biennially in memory of the late J.B. Donne. Essays should address some aspect of the anthropology of art, including the visual and performing arts. Word limit: 10,000 words exclusive of footnotes and references. Entrants may be of any nationality.The Society for Linguistic Anthropology holds an annual student essay competition at both undergraduate and graduate levels. In order to be eligible for one of these awards, the applicant must have been either a graduate or undergraduate student in a degree-granting program when the paper was written; must be the sole author of the paper; and must submit the paper no more than two years after.
Instructions for entrants and essay questions are provided for the Kelvin, Thomas Campion and Vellacott prizes on the lefthand side as attachments. There is also an FAQ page for entrants and their teachers, as well as a guide for teachers on how to use our online system to run an internal competition within school and how to approve or modify essays.
Essay Writing Advice The supervision essay is the medium in which, in answer to a question from a supervisor, you develop your views about what you have read and heard. Of course, the object, as in every piece of written work, is to say what you want to say as clearly and persuasively as you can.
The Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) announces The 2018 John Gumperz Annual Graduate Student Essay Prize Deadline: Wednesday March 21, 2018 The Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) is delighted to announce the inaugural John Gumperz Annual Graduate Student Essay Prize competition.
Congratulations to Anthropology PhD student Anna Kuprian, who has been awarded the Magnus Magnusson essay prize by the Scottish Society for Northern Studies. Anna's essay is entitled ''Negotiating contested landscapes: the lupin controversy in Iceland' and will be published in the journal Northern Studies in late 2017.
The Nadel Essay Prize, awarded annually, celebrates excellence in ethnographic writing. This annual prize, inaugurated in 2011 to commemorate sixty years of Anthropology at the Australian National University, is named after S.F. Nadel, who was appointed Foundation Professor of Anthropology in 1951.
The subject of the essay must not overlap the subject of the dissertation. This element counts for 20% of the student's overall mark for the course. Written examinations on: 1. Paper 1 The Scope of Social Anthropology I: Production and Reproduction 2. Paper 2 The Scope of Social Anthropology II: Systems of Power and Knowledge.
Student Prizes Robert A. McKennan Prize in Anthropology. The Department of Anthropology annually awards a prize for an exemplary student paper. This prize was established by Mary E. Wesbrook to honor Professor Robert A. McKennan (1909-1982), whose forty years of scholarship and devoted undergraduate teaching of anthropology at Dartmouth College have been a model for the department he helped to.
The RAI offers two annual student essay prizes, each of ?150. The Arthur Maurice Hocart Essay Prize, established in 1948 under the will of Mrs E.G. Hocart in memory of her husband, will be awarded for the best essay on an anthropological subject by a student of any nationality registered for a postgraduate degree in any branch of anthropology.
Essay Prize. Every term students are invited to enter an essay competition. The winner receives a book token and the book(s) are then presented to the winning student with a personalised Harris Westminster Sixth Form bookplate.
The 2019 John Gumperz Annual Graduate Student Essay Prize Deadline: February 10, 2019 The Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) announces the John Gumperz Annual Graduate Student Essay Prize competition. Each year the Society for Linguistic Anthropology confers an award for a distinguished graduate research paper. The winner receives a cash prize, travel funds to attend the annual American.
NEWNHAM COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE CB3 9DF Newnham College Essay Prizes 2018-19 Please complete both sections of this cover sheet and upload a scanned copy to the webform along with.
Essays and Examinations. For information on essays and examinations, including the HSPS Part II marking and classing criteria (for 2019-20 only), the essay writing guide and information on the correct use of ethnographic materials, please see Essays and Exams. For all University information please read the University Guide to the 2019-20.
Dear SLA Colleagues, I’m posting this message on behalf of my fellow SLA Executive Committee Member at Large, Jillian Cavanaugh, who is organizing this year’s SLA Annual Student Paper Prize competition. In the hope of having more submissions and a more competitive field, she is extending the deadline until June 30. She would also like to make you aware that the cash prize (both.
The Gordon Parks Foundation Essay Prize is part of the foundation’s year-round educational and grant-making initiatives to support students. Julianna Kardish ’20 joint degree in Art, Film and Visual Studies and Social Anthropology Julianna Kardish’s “A Counter-Cartography of Cape Town: Tracing the Grounded Realities of Homeless Women in.