Fryxell Award for 2011
The Society for American Archaeology Fryxell Award is presented in recognition for interdisciplinary excellence of a scientist who need not be an archaeologist, but whose research has contributed significantly to American archaeology. The award is made possible through the generosity of the family of the late Roald Fryxell, a geologist whose career exemplified the crucial role of multidisciplinary cooperation in archaeology. Nominees are evaluated on the breadth and depth of their research and its impact on American archaeology, the nominee’s role in increasing awareness of interdisciplinary studies in archaeology, and the nominee’s public and professional service to the community. The award cycles through zoological sciences, botanical sciences, earth sciences, physical sciences, and general interdisciplinary studies. The 2011 Fryxell Award will be in the area of zoological sciences (zooarchaeology image from Amarna Project). The award will be given at the SAA’s 76th Annual Meeting, 2011, in Sacramento, California. The award consists of an engraved medal, a certificate, an award citation read by the SAA president during the annual business meeting, and a half-day symposium at the Annual Meeting held in honor of the awardee.
• Describe the nature, scope, and significance of the nominee’s contributions to American archaeology.
• Curriculum vitae.
• Support letters from other scholars are helpful. Four to six are suggested.
Deadline for all nomination materials: February 5, 2010
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