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Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Call for Award Nominations

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Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Graduate Student Paper Award

Deadline: 2/15/2016

We invite submissions for the Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Graduate Student Paper Award. The 2016 award will be for the best paper (published or unpublished) by one or more graduate students. If published, the paper must have been published since January 1, 2014. If co-authored, all authors must be enrolled as graduate students in sociology at the time of submission. Self-nominations are welcome. To be considered for this award, all nominees must be current dues-paying members of the section on the Body and Embodiment (which requires ASA membership). To nominate an article for this award, please send an email to all prize committee members and include the following: 1) an explanation of how the paper makes a significant contribution to the sociology of body and embodiment, and 2) an attached pdf version of the paper. Only complete electronic submissions received by February 15, 2016 will be considered. Individuals may submit to one award only (Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Best Publication Award OR Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Graduate Student Paper Award).

Committee:
Miliann Kang, Chair (mkang@wost.umass.edu), Joanna Kempner (jkempner@rci.rutgers.edu) Sonny Nordmarken (snordmar@soc.umass.edu) Kelly Underman (kunder2@uic.edu)

 

Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Best Publication Award

We invite submissions for the Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Best Publication Award. The 2016 award will be for best book; books must have been published between  January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2015. Self-nominations are welcome as are co-authored works. To be considered for this award, all nominees must be current dues-paying members of the section on the Body and Embodiment (which requires ASA membership) for the year 2016. All section members are eligible. To nominate a book for this award: 1) Please send a letter via email to Committee Chair Sharon Preves (spreves@hamline.edu) that explains how the book makes a significant contribution to the sociology of body and embodiment; 2) notify the book publisher to send copies of the book to the Chair and each of the committee members. Nomination letters and book copies must be received by the award committee no later than February 15, 2016. Late submissions will not be accepted (no exceptions). Individuals may submit to one award competition only (Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Best Publication Award OR Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Graduate Student Best Paper Award). 

2016 Sociology of the Body and Embodiment Best Publication Award Committee:

Sharon Preves, Chair (spreves@hamline.edu)
Jennifer Haskin (jennhaskin@wayne.edu)
Alexander Stingl (nomadicscholarship@gmail.com)
Elise Paradis (elise.paradis@utoronto.ca).
 

Sharon Preves
1864 Arona Street
Falcon Heights, MN 55113

Jennifer Haskin
2829 Sutton Road
Adrian, MI  49221

Alexander Stingl
Sabrina M. Weiss c/o Alexander I. Stingl 
(Keyword: Body & Embodiment Award)
1700 Mount Hope Ave.
Rochester, NY 14620

Elise Paradis
144 College St
Toronto, ON M5S 3M2
CANADA

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL NOMINEES MUST BE REGISTERED MEMBERS OF THE ASA
TO BE CONSIDERED FOR SECTION AWARDS