Public Anthropologist Award (PUAN-A) is awarded to a social and cultural anthropologist who has published an outstanding contribution that addresses – in innovative, engaging and compelling ways – key societal issues related to one or more of the following topics: violence, war, poverty, social movements, freedom, aid, rights, injustice, inequality, social exclusion, racism, health, and environmental challenges.
A contribution can be any published research output – for example a book, peer reviewed article, documentary, etc.
Application: submit your research output together with your CV (2 pages) to Public Anthropologist’s Editor-in-Chief, Antonio De Lauri: firstname.lastname@example.org
Write PUAN-A + “Title of the research output” in the subject heading.
Prize: A committee chaired by the Editor-in-Chief will select one research output for the Public Anthropologist Award. The author will receive a prize of 500 €.
Deadline for PUAN-A 2021: 15 January 2021 (for outputs published in 2019 and 2020).
For more information on the journal, please visit brill.com/puan.