This is a CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE ROBERT F. HEIZER
AWARD PRESENTED BY THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ETHNOHISTORY
This prize is awarded for recognition of the best article in the
field of ethnohistory. The award was established in 1980 to honor Dr.
Robert F. Heizer, ethnohistorian and archaeologist noted for his
research in California and Mesoamerica.
This prize applies to journal articles or essays in books /PUBLISHED
IN 2010/, and will be judged by a committee appointed by the President
of the American Society for Ethnohistory/.///
TO NOMINATE AN ARTICLE OR BOOK ESSAY PUBLISHED IN 2010:
BY JUNE 15, 2011, send A PDF OF THE ARTICLE TO
Larry Nesper email@example.com
ALL ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN THE SOCIETY'S JOURNAL /ETHNOHISTORY/ ARE
AUTOMATICALLY NOMINATED FOR THE PRIZE/.///
Recent winners of the Robert F. Heizer Award
2010 Kathleen Wilson "The Performance of Freedom: Maroons and the
Colonial Order in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica and the Atlantic Sound"
/William and Mary Quarterly/, 3d ser, LXVI, (Jan 2009), 45-86.
2009 Karen E. Richman/ /"Innocent Imitations ? Authenticity and
Mimesis in Haitian Vodou Arts, Tourism, and Anthropology"
/Ethnohistory /Spring 2008
/ /2008 Brian Delay for his article, "The Wider World of the
Handsome Man: Southern Plains Indians Invade Mexico, 1830-1848."
Journal of the Early Republic 27, no.1 (Spring 2007):
2007 Heidi Bohaker, "/Nindoodemag/: The Significance of Algonquian
Kinship Networks in the Eastern Great Lakes Region, 1600-1701," /The
William and Mary Quarterly /63.1 (2006), 23-52.
2006 Miranda Warburton and Richard M. Begay, "An Exploration of
Navajo-Anasazi Relationships" /Ethnohistory/ 52: 3 (Summer 2005),
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Larry Nesper, Secreatary ASE