Graduate Student Travel Award

The ADTSG Graduate Student Travel Award is awarded to support travel to the American Anthropological Association annual meeting to present a paper that engages questions related to alcohol, drugs, tobacco, pharmaceuticals, or other psychoactive substance use.  The winning graduate student receives a cash award of $100, and her or his name is announced at the Society for Medical Anthropology awards ceremony at the annual meeting.

Graduate Student Travel Award Winners

2021

  • Joshua Falcon
    Psychedelics as Technologies of the Self: An Ethnographic and Netnographic Study on the Relationship Between Psilocybin Experiences and Subjectivity

2019

  • Breanne Casper
    Unscripted Change: A Critical Analysis of Rehabilitation Rhetoric in “Natural Recovery”

2018

  • Richard Karl Deang
    Sex, Drugs, and Biopolitical Ontologies: HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis and the Anti-Drug War in the Philippines

2016

  • Parsa Bastani
    Thinking Beyond the State’s Risk Management Measures: Infrastructures of Care among Poor Drug Users in Tehran