4-0205
NEW DISPOSSESSIONS: IMAGINING NON-MATERIAL ORIGINS FOR ACCUMULATION
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Reviewed By: AAA Executive Program Committee
Friday, November 16, 2012: 8:00 AM-11:45 AM

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Organizers:  Paige West (Barnard College and Columbia University)
Chairs:  Tate A LeFevre (Franklin & Marshall College and New York University)
Discussants:  Paige West (Barnard College and Columbia University) and David Lipset (University of Minnesota)
8:00 AM
Introduction
Paige West (Barnard College and Columbia University)
8:15 AM
Accumulating Knowledge, Dispossessing Relations
Jamon A Halvaksz II (UT San Antonio)
8:45 AM
Dispossession and Double Jeopardy: Kanak Youth In the Settler Colonial City
Tate A LeFevre (Franklin & Marshall College, Franklin & Marshall College and New York University)
9:30 AM
Non-Recognition As Dispossession In U.S. Immigration Law
J.C. Salyer (City University of New York Graduate Center and The Arab American Family Support Center)
9:45 AM
Break
10:15 AM
Dispossession and the Power of Water
Stephanie C Kane (Indiana University)
10:45 AM
Enewetak: Situated Histories of Dispossession
Laurence Marshall Carucci (Montana State)
11:15 AM
From Cloudbreak to Lacerations: New Toponymies of Surfing On Indo-Pacific Reefs
J .Peter Brosius (Center for Integrative Conservation Research)
11:30 AM
Discussant
David Lipset (University of Minnesota)