Stirling Prize for Best Published Work in Psychological Anthropology

The Stirling Prize is awarded to a previously published work (article or book, in alternate years) that makes an outstanding contribution to any area of psychological anthropology. Unpublished manuscripts, dissertations, and web publications are not eligible. Edited volumes are not eligible for the book prize, but individual chapters may be submitted for the article prize. There are separate rules for nomination of books and articles; please consult the relevant rules below.

Stirling Prize in 2014 for Best Published Book

Books published within the last six years, including ones scheduled for publication later in 2014, are eligible for consideration. Nominations may be made by any current member of the American Anthropological Association (AAA) and the selection committee. Self-nominations may also be made and the author need not be a current member of the AAA. The nominator must arrange to have a copy of the work sent to each of the three members of the selection committee to review, and should include a cover letter outlining the work’s contribution to the field. All materials should be postmarked no later than June 1, 2014, but we advise you to submit the work as early as possible to allow for full consideration of the work.

Mailing Addresses of the Stirling Prize Committee:

Susan Seymour
900 Harrison
Claremont, CA 91711 
Suzanne Kirschner
Department of Psychology
College of the Holy Cross
1 College Street
Box 38A
Worcester, MA 01610
Charles Nuckolls
Department of Anthropology
Brigham Young University
800 SWKT
Provo, Utah 84602-552  

The winner will be announced at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association and will receive a $500 cash prize. Any questions regarding the prize can be directed to the chair of the selection committee, Susan Seymour (Susan_Seymour@pitzer.edu).

Stirling Prize in 2015 for Best Published Article

Articles and chapters from edited volumes published within the last two years (2014 -2015), including ones scheduled for publication later in the year, are eligible for consideration. Nominations may be made by the author or other party, as well as by the selection committee. The nominator must arrange to have a PDF of the work emailed to the chair of the selection committee, Charles Nuckolls (administrator@utahvalleycommons.com), and should include a cover letter outlining the work’s contribution to the field. All materials should be sent no later than July 1, 2015. The winner will be announced at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association and will receive a $250 cash prize.

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