Associate Professor of Global Studies Maple Razsa won the 2016 William A. Douglass Prize in Europeanist Anthropology for his monograph Bastards of Utopia: Living Radical Politics After SocialismThe annual prize, given by the Society for the Anthropology of Europe, honors the best book published in Europeanist anthropology. Razsa’s project is a “multimedia approach [that] offers substantial innovations not only in visual anthropology but also in ethnographic practice and analysis,” said Betsy Krause, chair of the Douglass Prize committee. “Bastards of Utopia serves as a remarkable example of the power of ethnography to illuminate and critically contemplate possible worlds,” she said.