AFA Congratulates the First Ever Winners of the Michelle Z. Rosaldo Book Prize

The Association for Feminist Anthropology is delighted to announce the first ever winners of the Michelle Z. Rosaldo Book Prize. The prize is named for Michelle Rosaldo, known for her work among the Ilongot people of the Philippines and for her role as a pioneer in women’s studies and the anthropology of gender. This award […]

AFA Congratulates Winners of the 2015 Sylvia Forman Student Papers Prize

The Association for Feminist Anthropology is pleased to share an interview with the winners of our 21st Sylvia Forman Prize competition. The Sylvia Forman Prize is named for the late Sylvia Helen Forman, one of the founders of AFA whose dedication to both her students and feminist principles contributed to the growth of feminist anthropology. […]

AFA Events at the 2015 AAA Meeting

The Association for Feminist Anthropology (AFA) is excited to announce our line-up for the AAA meetings this November in Denver, CO. AFA Program Co-Chairs, Amy Mortensen and Joanna Davidson, were able to review over twenty panels and individual papers submitted for consideration, which resulted in a robust and wide-ranging selection of AFA invited, co-sponsored, and […]

A New Year in Feminist Anthropology

This has been a quietly productive year for AFA. We inaugurated our new book prize, named in honor of feminist anthropologist Michelle Z Rosaldo. This will be a prize for a first book in feminist anthropology. Twelve books were submitted for the prize and the winner will be announced at the annual meeting in Denver. […]