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Three-minute Thesis Competition

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Thanks to a generous sponsorship from the National Institute of Social Sciences, we are able to offer prizes for a juried competition in which graduate students who have completed (or expect to complete) their Master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation in the 2022-23 academic year will be given a chance to summarize their project in three minutes. 

Last year, the grand prize ($400) went to Stephanie Jacobs for “Nature is my Higher Power: Ontological 'Prospecting' in Addiction-Recovery.” First runner up ($200) went to Dustin Reuther for “Dulac-You-Wanna: Cultural Heritage and Subsiding Ecologies in Louisiana's Coastal Marsh.” The second runner-up ($100) went to Justin Haruyama for “Mining for Coal and Souls: Modes of Relationality in Emerging Chinese-Zambian Worlds.”

AAA judging criteria:

Comprehension and content – To what extent:

 Engagement and communication – To what extent:

Submit a link to your video using this form by September 30. 

Questions? 

Contact Jeff Martin, director of communications & public affairs at jmartin at americananthro dot org. 



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