AES is delighted to announce this year's Elsie Clews Parson Prize winner, China Sajadian, doctoral candidate at The Graduate Center-CUNY, for her essay "A person with a full stomach doesn't know anyone: The moral binds of debt in a Syrian refugee camp."
You can read her winning essay here.
AES would also like to recognize two honorable mentions:
Rambisayi Marufu, doctoral student at Goldsmiths, University of London, for her essay "Intimate geographies."
Jordan Thomas, doctoral student at University of California-Santa Barbara (UCSB), for his essay "Feeling the fireline: The social production of embodied environmental knowledge in wildland firefighter communities."