[TimorLesteStudies] TAPJA Bovensiepen "Paying for the Dead: On the Politics of Death in Independent Timor-Leste."
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Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2014 00:57:09 +0000
From: TAPJA <tapja at anu.edu.au>
Subject: [AASNet] Nadel Essay Prize winner
To: "aasnet at anu.edu.au" <aasnet at anu.edu.au>
The TAPJA Editorial Board is pleased to announce that the winner of the
Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology's Nadel Essay Prize for 2013 is
Judith Bovensiepen, for her paper "Paying for the Dead: On the Politics of
Death in Independent Timor-Leste."
Judith's paper will be published in the Asia Pacific Journal of
Anthropology Volume 15 Issue 2 2014.
The Nadel Essay Prize celebrates excellence in ethnographic writing
relating to the Asia Pacific region, including Australia. This annual
prize, inaugurated in 2011 to commemorate 60 years of Anthropology at the
Australian National University, is named after S.F. Nadel, who was
appointed Foundation Professor of Anthropology in 1951.
The winner will receive a prize of $250 and a year's subscription to the
Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology.
The deadline for submissions for the 2014 Nadel Essay Prize is 31 October
Helen Parsons Executive Editor, The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology
(TAPJA) Anthropology - School of Culture, History and Language ANU
College of Asia and the Pacific Building 9 The Australian National
University Acton ACT 0200
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