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PUBLIC BORDERS, PRIVATE CROSSINGS II: ETHNOGRAPHIC APPROACHES TO MAPPING NEOLIBERALISM, GLOBALIZATION, AND CORPORATIZATION IN SCHOOLS
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Sponsored By: Council on Anthropology and Education and Association for Political and Legal Anthropology
Saturday, November 17, 2012: 1:45 PM-3:30 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists
Organizers:  Amy E Brown (University of Pennsylvania Critical Writing Program) and Marguerite A Wilson (University of California Davis)
Chairs:  Marta P Baltodano (Loyola Marymount University)
Discussants:  David William Hursh (University of Rochester)
1:45 PM
Theoretical and Methodological Challenges That Neoliberalism Poses to the Field of Anthropology of Education
Marta P Baltodano (Loyola Marymount University and Loyola Marymount University)
2:15 PM
So What, Now What? Teachers Engage with An Ethnographic Map of Neoliberalism In Education
Amy E Brown (University of Pennsylvania Critical Writing Program)
2:30 PM
Neoliberal Politics In Education and Public Good: Implications of Educational Reforms In Hong Kong
Wai-Chi Chee (The Chinese University of Hong Kong / The University of Hong Kong)
3:00 PM
Designing Human-Centered Technologies: A Contemporary Pedagogy for Empowerment In Zimbabwe
Zandile Zaza Kabayadondo (Stanford School of Education and Stanford School of Education)
3:15 PM
Discussant
David William Hursh (University of Rochester)