6-0180
SCALES OF TIME AND THE MAKING OF MATSUTAKE AND SALMON WORLDS
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Reviewed By: American Ethnological Society
Sunday, November 18, 2012: 8:00 AM-11:45 AM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Lieba Faier (University of California, Los Angeles)
Chairs:  Miyako Inoue (Stanford University)
Discussants:  Marianne E Lien (University of Oslo and University of California, Santa Cruz)
8:00 AM
Multiplying Salmon: Temporalities of Hatchery Attachments
Marianne E Lien (University of Oslo and University of California, Santa Cruz)
8:15 AM
Salmon Cycles: Death and Other Purposes
Gro Birgit Ween (University of Oslo)
8:45 AM
Human-Fish Temporalities In Aurland, Norway
Knut G Nustad (University of Oslo)
9:00 AM
Matsutake Worlds Research Group
9:15 AM
Discussion
9:30 AM
Break
9:45 AM
The Entangled Temporalities of Matsutake Season
Lieba Faier (University of California, Los Angeles)
10:00 AM
Experiments In the Representation of Time After Progress: A Fungal Clock
Anna Tsing (University of California, Santa Cruz) and Elaine Gan (UCSC)
10:15 AM
Fungal Temporalities: The Meshing of Humans, Insects and Mushrooms
Michael J Hathaway (Simon Fraser University)
10:45 AM
Mushroom Atmospherics: The Time of Smell and Spore
Timothy Choy (University of California, Davis)
11:00 AM
Discussant
Marianne E Lien (University of Oslo and University of California, Santa Cruz)
11:15 AM
Salmonid Trajectories Research Group
11:30 AM
Discussion