Roseberry-Nash Graduate Student Paper Prize

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SLACA announces call for 2019 Roseberry-Nash Graduate Student Paper Prize submissions

The Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology invites submission of papers for the annual Roseberry-Nash student paper contest. The competition honors the work of two distinguished anthropologists, June Nash and the late William Roseberry for their multiple contributions to the anthropological understanding of Latin America. The paper should draw on relevant anthropological literature and present data from original research in any field of Latin American and Caribbean anthropology. Click here to download the full call in English, español, e portugues.

SLACA announces 2018 Roseberry-Nash winner Jennifer Cearns

Jennifer Cearns (University College London), is the winner of the Roseberry Nash Graduate Student Award for her paper “The Mula Ring: Networks of Material Circulation and Exchange through the Cuban World.” Werner Hertzog (Vanderbilt University) received an honorable mention for his paper “The Economics of Nativist Cycle: Credit, Liquidity, and the Highland Chiapas ‘Cargo Bubble,’ 1940-1970.”