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Message posted on 09/06/2020

Call for Papers: 2020 David Hakken Graduate Student Prize

Hi All,

This is a call for submissions for this year's David Hakken Graduate Student
Paper Prize for early career scholars working in the intersections of
anthropology, science and technology studies. The deadline for submissions is
July 31. Please read the guidelines below carefully, and contact us with any

Thank you,
Emily and Rebekah

About the Award
Since 2015, the Committee on the Anthropology of Science, Technology, and
Computing (CASTAC) has awarded a graduate student paper prize in recognition
of excellent work by rising scholars. The prize is awarded to a paper that
exemplifies innovative research at the intersection of anthropology and
science and technology studies, demonstrating theoretical sophistication and
an appreciation of the methodological challenges facing the anthropology of
science and technology.

The winner of the prize will be recognized during the AAA meetings (in
whatever form they take this year), and the winner will receive a certificate
and $100 cash award, sponsored by the AAAs General Anthropology Division.
Both the winner and the honorable mention (if awarded) will also receive
written feedback from the Prize Committees based on their review of their

2020 Submission Guidelines

- Papers should be blinded, with the authors name and any implicating
citations removed. Please remember to include your name and affiliation in the
email with your submission.
- Papers should have numbered pages.
- Papers must be between 7,000 and 8,000 words, not including references
- Submissions must be unpublished at the time of submission (papers that
have been submitted for publication are permitted).
- Authors must be graduate students at the time of submission.

The committee will be unable to consider any paper that does not follow these

Please send papers for consideration to, as email
attachments in Word format. Submissions must be received by Friday, July 31 to
be considered for this years prize. Any questions can also be directed to
Co-Chairs Emily Brooks and Rebekah Cupitt at

For more information, please visit our website.

Dr Rebekah Cupitt
Lecturer in Digital Design
Department of Film, Media and Cultural Studies
School of Arts
Birkbeck, University of London
43 Gordon Square
London WC1H 0PD

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