“It is an incredibly urgent and important moment for our field. At a time when the broader public seems to be rediscovering the fact that gender is one of the key axes through which inequality is produced and experienced, I am proud that AFA is here to remind us that feminist anthropology has been productively and diversely asking those questions […]

https://www.centerforthehumanities.org/programming/slam-precarious-work Nothing to do on Valentine’s Day? How about joining us for an unconventional celebration of the publication of Precarious Work (edited by Alyson Cole and Victoria Hattam), WSQ (Vol. 45, Nos. 3-4, Fall/Winter 2017)?  Inspired by Kathi Weeks’s article in the issue, “Down With Love,” we will stage a late afternoon performance of anti-love letters to work, precarity, and whatever else those gathered want to disavow on February […]

Join us February 14, 2018 for an unconventional celebration at The Graduate Center, CUNY in honor of the new WSQ publication. See information below and attached poster for details and please feel free to share the event with your respective social media/websites.  Reach out if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you there! Slam Precarious Work  February 14, 2018, 4pm-6pm Martin E. Segal Theatre Center The CUNY Graduate Center […]

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  (Deadline has been extended to June 1st) The Association for Feminist Anthropology (AFA) is pleased to invite nominations for the Association’s new Senior Book Prize. The prize awards a senior scholar for a book that advances the theory, method, and epistemological scope of feminist anthropology. The Senior Book Prize recognizes second (or subsequent) books that exemplify feminist anthropological theory and […]

A second Honorable Mention for the The Sylvia Forman Prize for outstanding graduate student paper will be awarded to Seda Saluk, for the paper “Monitored Pregnancy in the Age of Pronatalism: Health Information Technologies and Reproductive Governance in Contemporary Turkey,” advisor Jacqueline Urla (University of Massachusetts Amherst).

The Honorable Mention for The Sylvia Forman Prize for outstanding graduate student paper will be awarded to Sahana Ghosh, for the paper “Security Scripts: Gendering Everyday Mobility and Civil-Military Relations under Surveillance in India’s Eastern Borderlands,” advisor Inderpal Grewal, (Yale University). Ghosh’s paper analyzes the gendered contours of military action in India’s eastern border. As India drives an increasingly militarized […]

2017 Rosaldo Book Prize Winners

The Association for Feminist Anthropology is delighted to announce two winners for the 2017 Michelle Z. Rosaldo Book Prize. Both books honor the legacy of Michelle Z. Rosaldo by being adventurous first books which promise to make a lasting contribution to the discipline. We are delighted to offer the Rosaldo Prize to Saida Hodžić, for her book The Twilight of […]

The Sylvia Forman Prize for outstanding graduate student paper will be awarded to Brady G’Sell, for the paper “Multiple Maternities: Maternal Repertoires and Support Seeking in South Africa,” advisor Adam Ashforth (University of Michigan). G’Sell’s paper analyzes marriage and childcare in South Africa. In South Africa, 40% unemployment and plummeting marriage rates have put once reliable means of supporting children—employment, […]

2017 Sylvia Forman honorable mention

The Honorable Mention for the Sylvia Forman Prize for outstanding undergraduate student paper will be awarded to Olivia Lawrence-Weilmann for the paper “A Human Rights Strategy to Abortion Legalization and Access in Mexico City,” advisor Lynn Morgan (Mount Holyoke College). Lawrence-Weilmann’s paper explores the implications of human rights as a discourse and strategy to advance abortion legalization in Mexico City. […]