The Malinowski Prize recognizes outstanding original research. Anthropology majors who conduct original research as part of regular coursework, an honor's thesis, UROP, SURP, EAP, or other such programs are eligible. Original research is defined as involving independent data collection based on any combination of the following methods: fieldwork, participant observation, interviews, surveys, documentary research, collection of images or texts from popular culture, and/or formal data collection and analysis.

Recipients

2014

  • Linh K. Le

2013

  • Not Awarded

2012

  • Not Awarded
2011
  • Farley Hamada, "Of Plight and Providence: Big Pharma and the Effects of Pharmaceutical Advertising on U.S. Patients with RLS, Insomnia, GERD, and GAD"(Faculty sponsor: Keith Murphy)
2010
  • Not Awarded
2009
  • Hadia Hakim, "Palestinian Identity-Formation in Yarmouk: Constructing National Identity Through the Development of Space" (Faculty sponsor, Victoria Bernal)
2008
  • Ana Siria Urzua, "Gentrification and Displacement: Assessing Responses in Santa Ana, California"(Faculty sponsor, Michael Montoya)
2007
  • Kevin Michael Smith and Raul Perez, "Research in Intentional Communities: Past and Present"(Faculty sponsor, Bill Maurer)
2006
  • Ashley T. Brenner, "Analysis of the Perception of the Paradigms of Archaeology and the Effect on the Discipline" (Faculty sponsor, Bill Maurer)
 

 

 

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