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Anthropology Graduate Student Awarded Roseberry Nash Prize

November 9, 2015

The Roseberry Nash Paper Prize Committee of the Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology selected Monica Salas Landa's paper, "Modernist Ruins, Fragmented Debris: The Unmaking Of Monumentality in the Northern Lowlands of Veracruz, Mexico," as the winner. 

The Committee noted that Landa's paper constitutes a critical and innovative piece of research that will contribute to Latin American and Caribbean anthropology.  Congratulations, Monica.

The Roseberry Nash Student Paper Contest honors the work of two distinguished anthropologists, June Nash and the late William Roseberry, for their multiple contributions to the anthropological understanding of Latin America.

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