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FZ-256468-17
Bringing Them Home: Identifying and Remembering Vietnam War MIAs
Sarah Wagner, George Washington University

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Homecoming: MIA Accounting and the Vietnam War (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Homecoming: MIA Accounting and the Vietnam War
Author: Sarah Wagner
Abstract: Presented at the international conference, “Below Ground: Mass Grave Exhumations and Human Rights in Historical, Transnational and Comparative Perspective,” Center for Human and Social Sciences (CCHS), Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), San Sebastian, Spain.
Date: 07/19/2018

Unsettled Memories, Unsettling Remains: The Missing and the Returned from the Vietnam War (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Unsettled Memories, Unsettling Remains: The Missing and the Returned from the Vietnam War
Author: Sarah Wagner
Abstract: Presented at the international conference, “The Sociopolitical Lives of the Dead,” Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Date: 11/01/2018

Bringing Them Home: The Politics and Symbolics of MIA Accounting (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Bringing Them Home: The Politics and Symbolics of MIA Accounting
Author: Sarah Wagner
Abstract: Keynote lecture presented at the CultCommWar Workshop Four: American Wars, American Memory, Rothemere American Institute, University of Oxford
Date: 11/30/2018

2020 Winners of the Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing and the Edie Turner First Book Prize in Ethnographic Writing (Article)
Title: 2020 Winners of the Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing and the Edie Turner First Book Prize in Ethnographic Writing
Author: Julia Offen
Abstract: I am delighted to announce the 2020 winners of the Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing and the new Edie Turner First Book Prize in Ethnographic Writing. Despite the pandemic, there were no less than 87 entries, which is a new record high. There was no overlap between the awards (no one received both), though every first book was eligible for both awards. Books were judged on their quality of writing, depth of engagement with the material, and contribution to the field of humanistic anthropology and ethnographic genres. The Committee found the level of writing exceptional, which Victor and Edie Turner would have been very pleased with.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://sha.americananthro.org/2020/08/2020-winners-of-the-victor-turner-prize-in-ethnographic-writing-and-the-edie-turner-first-book-prize-in-ethnographic-writing/
Format: Journal
Publisher: American Anthropological Association

Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing (Article) [show prizes]
Title: Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing
Author: Julia Offen
Abstract: I am delighted to announce the 2020 winners of the Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing and the new Edie Turner First Book Prize in Ethnographic Writing. Despite the pandemic, there were no less than 87 entries, which is a new record high. There was no overlap between the awards (no one received both), though every first book was eligible for both awards. Books were judged on their quality of writing, depth of engagement with the material, and contribution to the field of humanistic anthropology and ethnographic genres. The Committee found the level of writing exceptional, which Victor and Edie Turner would have been very pleased with.
Year: 2020
Format: Journal
Publisher: American Anthropological Association


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