The Society for the Anthropology of Work invites submissions for the Eric R. Wolf Prize, which recognizes graduate student research on the topic of the anthropology of work, broadly defined. The prize is awarded to the paper that best demonstrates an anthropological approach to the study of work in the tradition of political-economic scholarship modeled and encouraged by the anthropologist Eric Wolf. It comes with a cash award of $250.
Papers should adhere to the manuscript submission guidelines for the Anthropology of Work Review for length and formatting. The editors of the Anthropology of Work Review will work with the winner of the Wolf Prize to prepare their manuscript for submission to the journal.
Papers should be submitted to Sarah Besky at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “[Last Name] Wolf Prize submission” by October 1, 2020.