Skip to main content


Published onAug 18, 2023

The Society for the Anthropology of Work, with the Committee for the Anthropology of Science, Technology, and Computing, awarded the 2022 Diana Forsythe Prize Honorable Mention to Radhika Govindrajan for her book, Animal Intimacies: Interspecies Relatedness in India's Central Himalayas.

The SAW book forum was established in 2020 in recognition of the important role that early-career researchers play in the life of our section and the future of our field, SAW invited a diverse group of graduate students to read and compose brief responses to Govindrajan's award-winning book. This forum gathers responses from Katherine McNally (Yale), Aleksandar Kostic (Princeton), Marshall Kramer (Chicago), and Rebecca Winkler (UPenn).

Our hope is that these forums will both extend the reach of scholarship that has been recognized by SAW and contribute to the intellectual exchange across career stages that has long been a hallmark of the section.

Editor Bio

Parker Hatley is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Harvard University, working across the fields of environmental and visual anthropology. He was a graduate student representative to the board of the Society for the Anthropology of Work from 2020-2022. 

davis john:

@slope online ! Thank you for sharing the article, I see a positive picture of the field of Anthropology of Work, a field that is dynamic and open to new perspectives and research methods. The Diana Forsythe Prize and the SAW Book Forum play an important role in encouraging talented young researchers and promoting the development of the field.

Elirphaff Estay:

To finish mini crossword, just input your solution, and the cursor will move to the next square on its own. Incorrect letters will be marked in red. Insert the edit after placing the cursor where you wish to.

Christopher Vinson:

Thank you for your information. My uno online can solve its issues after reading your post.