The Generative Anthropology Society & Conference offers an annual award for the best student paper proposed for its Summer Conference. The award consists of:
- $400 CDN (or equivalent in currency of choice)
- Free Conference registration
- Participation in a Publication Workshop at the Conference.
Authors of other worthy entries will receive free registration at the Conference and participation in the Publication Workshop. The Publication Workshop offers winners the opportunity to work with established scholars from the GASC program committee to develop their papers for submission to peer-reviewed journals.
Eligibility: Limited to students registered at any level of study, anywhere in the world. Students who have previously participated in or presented at GASC conferences are welcome to apply. Winners must attend the Conference to receive the award.
To Apply: Submit the full text of a 20 to 25 minute paper to the chief organiser of the Conference, as listed on the Call for Papers. This year: Professor Adam Katz, Adam.Katz@quinnipiac.edu
Deadline: This year: at least a paper proposal must be submitted by April 1, and the full text by May 1, 2019.
Topic: This year: “Returning to the Linguistic Turn.” See the Call for Papers.