Congratulations to Isaias Rojas-Perez for being awarded the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology Book Prize for his book “Mourning Remains: State Atrocity, Exhumations, and Governing the Disappeared in Peru’s Postwar Andes” (Stanford University Press, 2017). He was celebrated during the APLA business meeting on Saturday, Nov. 17.
News & Announcements Archive
Graduate student Bürge Abiral has received the National Science Foundation Cultural Anthropology Program Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant to conduct the project titled “Networks, Decision Models, and Moral Economies in […]
Join us this fall for our Colloquium Series. Complete information can be found on our Events page. Nomi Stone, Princeton University, “Imperial Mimesis: Enacting and Policing Empathy in US Military […]
Graduate student Benita Menezes has received the inaugural M. Estellie Smith Memorial Fund award. Her project was "The Politics of Dispossession: Neoliberal Subjects, Law and the Market in Rural Maharashtra, India." The award honors Dr. Smith, who was a past president of the Society of Economic Anthropology (SEA). The fund provides graduate students small grants specifically to supplement dissertation fieldwork expenses and subsequent travel money to present their findings at the SEA annual conference.
It is with great sadness that the Departments of Comparative Thought and Literature, Anthropology, and Philosophy announce the passing of Professor Stanley Cavell, who has been a major influence on […]
Anand Pandian talks with the Cultures of Energy podcast at Rice University about the Displacements conference he organized last month for the Society for Cultural Anthropology (co-sponsored by JHU Anthropology), […]
Anthropology faculty member Anand Pandian talks about the recent Biennial Conference of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, hosted as an international online event by Johns Hopkins University and involving over 1,200 participants from 50 countries around the world. The conference website remains open and accessible at https://displacements.jhu.edu.
Please join us Thursday, April 27, for a public dialogue on Johns Hopkins University's recent initiative to establish a police force. The event will be held at the West Lecture Hall of the Armstrong Building, JHU Medical Campus (1600 McElderry St.) from 5-8 p.m.
Congratulations to Michael Degani, who has been awarded a 2018 American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship for his book project The City Electric: Infrastructure and Ingenuity in Postsocialist Tanzania. Peer reviewers selected the fellows from a pool of nearly 1,150 applicants. Awards range from $40,000 to $70,000, depending on the scholar's career stage, and support scholars for six to twelve months of full-time research and writing.
Congratulations to Isaias Rojas-Perez for being awarded the Flora Tristan Book Prize 2018 for his book “Mourning Remains: State Atrocity, Exhumations, and Governing the Disappeared in Peru’s Postwar Andes” (Stanford University Press, 2017), given by the Latin American Studies Association Peru Section to the best book on Peru published in any language in 2017.