Faye Harrison Congratulations to Faye Harrison who has been awarded the 2004 SANA Prize for Distinguished Contributions to the Critical Study of North America by the Society for the Anthropology of North America (SANA). Professor Harrison will be recognized at a ceremony that will take place at the American Association of Anthropology later this year. This is a major recognition of her work on racism, global apartheid, human rights, and the racial/gender politics of anthropology. Congratulations Professor Harrison!

Faye Harrison is a professor, jointly appointed between the African American Studies Program and the Department of Anthropology. As a political anthropologist, her current research concerns the politics and political economy of social inequality and human rights. Harrison presented her work at the United Nations World Conference against Racism, Xenophobia, and Related Intolerance in 2001.




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