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The David Hakken Graduate Student Paper Prize is awarded by CASTAC every year to a paper that exemplifies innovative research at the intersection of anthropology and science and technology studies, demonstrating theoretical sophistication and an appreciation of the methodological challenges facing the anthropology of science and technology.

 

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Alexandra S. Middleton for “The Datafication of Pain: Trials and Tribulations in Measuring Phantom Limb Pain”

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Stephen Paff for “Anthropology by Data Science: The EPIC Project with Indicia Consulting as an Exploratory Case Study.”

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