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2018 Cross-Field Awardee, Tatiana Chudakova with GAD President Kwame Harrison. Photo credit: Robert Myers


The General Anthropology Division (GAD) has long supported innovative scholarship that transcends the seemingly all too rigid boundaries that divide the various fields of anthropology.

The Cross-Field Award is awarded annually by GAD for a peer-reviewed journal article published in the preceding three years that demonstrates exemplary scholarship from any theoretical or methodological perspective including applied research that transcends two or more fields of anthropology, broadly construed, or is interdisciplinary in nature. The Award carries an honorarium of $1000.

2021 Nominations Deadline: July 1, 2021
To nominate an article published in 2018 or later for the 2021 GAD Award for Exemplary Cross-Field Scholarship or to obtain additional information, contact Kathryn Kozaitis, Chair, GAD Awards Committee:

Self-nominations are welcome and should include an email nominating an eligible article plus a .pdf file of the article.

Past Winners of the GAD Prize for Exemplary Cross-Field Scholarship