Congratulations to Ben Fanucci-Kiss ’20 who has received honorable mention in the Society for Economic Anthropology’s 2019 Harold K. Schneider Essay Competition. Ben’s essay, “Teaching Transgression: Class Negotiation, Abrasive Capital, and El Chapo,” develops a critical analysis of class negotiation in educational institutions as a raced, gendered, and sexed process. The national competition recognizes “innovative and important” research undertaken by students on economic themes, broadly construed. Well done, Ben!