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The ASA’s Standing Committee on Ethnic Studies is delighted to announce that the recipient of the 2012 Comparative Ethnic Studies Essay Prize is Allan Lumba (History, U of Washington, Seattle) for “Gold Nations: Monetary Crisis and American Economic Knowledge in the Colonial Philippines, 1901-1909,” an essay presented in San Juan as part of the session entitled Imperial Epistemes: Writing, Feeling, Playing Empire.
The Standing Committee on Ethnic Studies thanks and congratulates all entrants for the 2012 Prize; we received a large, diverse and highly competitive collection of excellent entries, which made this year’s selection process both very challenging and very thrilling.By Ricardo Ortiz, Wed, December 05, 2012 - 10:31 am