Yearly Archives: 2021

Fall 2021 SEA Business Meeting

Dear SEA members and friends –

Please join us on Tuesday, November 9th from 11am – 12:15 est for the SEA Business Meeting! The meeting will be hosted on Zoom and is open to all interested in economic anthropology – students, practitioners, senior scholars, and long-time SEA friends.

We’ll announce and celebrate award winners as well as our incoming and outgoing board members. Also on the agenda is a bit of social time and some exciting announcements about upcoming opportunities to get involved and to share your research.

We’d like the meeting to be as accessible as possible, so please let me know if you need accommodation. In case the timing isn’t good for you we will record the meeting for future viewing.

Register for the zoom meeting with this link: https://maine.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qfu-qqj4iGNVSVkGFr0FMjnek-I3TV5Ga

Looking forward to seeing you!

Cindy

SEA Pre-dissertation and Dissertation Awards: Applications Open

Hello SEA folks — especially graduate students or those who mentor/advise them:

Each year the Society for Economic Anthropology sponsors two grant competitions to help fund graduate student research. The deadline for both awards is 15 December 2021.

Applicants seeking pre-dissertation research funding should apply for the Halperin Award, named in memory of SEA past president Rhoda Halperin.

Applicants seeking dissertation research funds should apply for the M. Estellie Smith Award, named in memory of SEA past president M. Estellie Smith.

More about the Halperin Predissertation Award:

More about the M. Estellie Smith Dissertation Award:

Spread the word, and best of luck to all the applicants this year!

Podcast Episode on Indigenous Entrepreneurship

The third and final episode of the ‘Enterprise’ collection on Mergers & Acquisitions is now available! This is a conversation with Dr Courtney Lewis, focusing on experiences of indigenous entrepreneurship. We discuss Dr Lewis’ ethnographic work within Native Nations, and ideas of economic development and sovereignty that are important to entrepreneurial labor among indigenous communities.

You can find the episode here or by subscribing via your favorite podcast platform (Google Podcasts, iTunes, Spotify, etc.).

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