PhD candidate Anna Martínez-Hume wins Rita S. Gallin Award for Best Graduate Paper on Women and Gender in Global Perspective

The Department of Anthropology congratulates PhD candidate Anna Martínez-Hume, who recently received the Rita S. Gallin Award for Best Graduate Paper on Women and Gender in Global Perspective. Martínez-Hume’s paper is titled “I’ve lived it in my own flesh: Empowerment, Feminist Solidarity and NGO worker subjectivity in Maya, Guatemala.” This honor is among the MSU Center for Gender in Global Context 2021 Inspiration Awards, which are “given to woman-identified individuals who demonstrate integrity, leadership, quality performance, integrative and inclusive action, and influence on campus and in the community.” Martínez-Hume studies medical anthropology, neoliberalism and healthcare systems, policy discourse analysis, organizational ethnology, NGO studies, Healthcare NGOs in Guatemala and Indigenous Maya.

Read more about this year’s Center for Gender in Global Context Inspiration Awardees from the College of Social Science at: https://socialscience.msu.edu/news-events/news/2021-02-03.html

02.10.21