Please encourage your students to consider submitting a paper for the 2022 Harold K. Schneider Student Prize in Economic Anthropology.
DEADLINE: June 1, 2022
For more information, please see the Howard K. Schneider Prize web page on this site.
Questions can be sent to Allison Truitt, Schneider Prize Chair, at atruitt [at] tulane [dot] edu.
Just a quick note to let you know that we have decided to extend the abstract submission deadline for the 2022 SEA conference to 7 January 2022.
Though we have received a lot of phenomenal submissions already (thank you so much for those!), we have also received a number of notes from people requesting a bit more time to submit abstracts given both the normal end of semester crush and the existential exhaustion we’re all feeling due to the ongoing pandemic. We’re happy to do our modest part to make both of those things a bit more manageable. Hopefully this takes a bit of pressure off.
To see the original call for papers, please visit the 2022 SEA Conference page. If you have any questions or concerns or need any help, contact Dan Souleles (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kate Browne Creativity in Research Award: The SEA is ABSOLUTELY THRILLED to announce the establishment of a new award in honor of past SEA president and general phenom, Kate Browne. Established by Kate’s family in honor of her legacy and contributions to the SEA, the award is designed to recognize scholars who have taken novel and creative approaches to their research and/or the communication of their work. The deadline for nominations is January 30th. For more information, please visit our website.
SEA 2022 Spring Meeting: The SEA Spring Meeting “Value and Change, Value in Crisis” will be held virtually and in Copenhagen, June 1-3, 2022. The deadline for abstract submissions is coming right up on December 20th. For more information and to submit your abstract, please visit the meetings page.
Call for Proposals, SEA 2023 Spring Meeting: SEA meetings are highly collegial, intimate gatherings themed around a different topic each year. Over the years we’ve explored a wide range of themes with relevance to economic anthropology — from landscapes and cities to risk, markets and tourism. We invite your inspiration and leadership. Please reach out to us if you have an idea or are interested in either hosting or serving as a program chair for our Spring meeting in 2023.
Nominate yourself for the SEA Board: AAA elections are coming up and SEA will have several open seats including our President Elect and three board seats. If you are interested in helping to lead the SEA, please reach out to Past President Cindy Isenhour (email@example.com)
Don’t forget to check out SEA on Facebook, in Anthropology News and in our new podcast, Mergers and Acquisitions.
P.S. Thanks to Cindy Isenhour for pulling together this and other news and events announcements, a tradition I plan to continue!
Nora Haenn (she/her)
President, Society for Economic Anthropology