Assistant Professor of Anthropology Jennifer Carroll received the Rudolf Virchow Professional Prize from the Society for Medical Anthropology's Critical Anthropology for Global Health committee.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Jennifer Carroll has been awarded the Rudolf Virchow Professional Prize for her article “Sovereign Rules and Rearrangements: Banning Methadone in Occupied Crimea,” which was published in the journal Medical Anthropology in November 2018.
The Society for Medical Anthropology awards the Rudolf Virchow Professional Prize every other year to the scholar whose research best combines a critical anthropology focus with rich ethnographic data, and advances critical perspectives in medical anthropological questions in the general area of global public health.
Carroll’s article was also recognized earlier this year by the American Association for Ukrainian Studies as the best peer-reviewed article published in 2017 or 2018 in the field of Ukrainian studies.
The video abstract for Carroll’s work can be viewed below: