Each year the Hofstra University Anthropology Department chooses an outstanding paper by a student either in the department or taking an Anthropology course for the Hofstra Anthropology Paper Award. Professors recommend papers and the award is decided by a departmental committee.
Tabitha Rose The Intimacy of Applications: The Materiality of Social Dating Apps within the College Community [Volume 9, Article #1 2014]
Emily Weaver Forbidden: How Immigation Impacts Female Genital Cutting [Volume 8, Article #1]
Emma Lagan Why They Belong and How They were Limited:A Study of Race and Occupation in Setauket, New York, 1850–1930 [Volume 7, Article #1]
Joe Tonelli Stereotyping and Evolution [Volume 6, Article #1]
Amanda Ortega The Disputed Neighborhood: Gentrification of “East Williamsburg” and Identity in the Shared Space [Volume 5, Article #1]
Melissa Kroll "Knowing We Are Evolved: The Key to Being Evolved" [Volume 3, Article #1]
Amanda Mowry "A Critical Look at Anime: From Akira to Princess Mononoke" [Volume 2, Article #1]