A prize of $200.00 will be awarded for the best paper in Economic Anthropology, broadly defined to include material culture, archaeology, and food studies, written by an anthropology graduate student during the previous calendar year. The award is to be used for attending any meeting of a regional or national scholarly society. Papers can be theoretical or topical, and should make an original contribution to anthropological knowledge. Papers from any subfield of anthropology will be considered. The use of original fieldwork data is not necessary, so students at all stages of their graduate career may submit entries. Papers should be from 15 to 35 pages, including bibliography.