Weaver-Tremblay Award


Canadian Anthropology Society

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Award Details

The Weaver-Tremblay Award in Canadian Applied Anthropology is named after two of Canada's most-renowned applied anthropologists, the late Sally Weaver, and the late Marc-Adélard Tremblay. It was established in 1992 by the Society for Applied Anthropology in Canada, and is now administered by CASCA.

For distinguished anthropologists.

Previous Award Winners


  • Bruce Granville Miller (Anthropology)

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