Campus News

Judith McWillie, James Mooney Prize

A book co-authored by drawing and painting professor Judith McWillie has been awarded the James Mooney Prize by the Southern Anthropological Association. McWillie and co-author Grey Gundaker, an associate professor of American studies at the College of William and Mary, were recognized for their work No Space Hidden: The Spirit of African-American Yard Work.

Presented in a ceremony on Feb. 17 at the University of Mississippi during the SAS annual conference, the award recognizes and encourages distinguished anthropological scholarship on the South and southerners.