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FROM "STONE-AGE" TO "REAL-TIME": TEMPORALITIES AND MOBILITIES IN AND BEYOND PAPUA
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Reviewed By: Society for Cultural Anthropology
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, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students
Organizers:  Christian Raimund Warta (Macquarie University) and Martin Slama (Austrian Academy of Sciences AAS)
Chairs:  Martin Slama (Austrian Academy of Sciences AAS) and Christian Raimund Warta (Macquarie University)
Discussants:  Andrew C Willford (Cornell University)
8:00 AM
Technological Performances: Demonstrating the Stone Age In Dutch New Guinea
Danilyn Rutherford (University of California Santa Cruz)
8:30 AM
The Asmat Tradition Over Time: The Extent of Change
Astrid de Hontheim (Université de Mons)
8:45 AM
Biblical Historiographies for the Papuan Nation
Jaap Timmer (Macquarie University)
9:00 AM
Dancing Koreri In and Beyond Jakarta
Christian Raimund Warta (Macquarie University)
9:15 AM
9:30 AM
Break
9:45 AM
10:00 AM
Living and Dying In HIV-Land: Old Constraints and New Possibilities In Papua
Leslie Butt (University of Victoria and University of Victoria)
10:15 AM
Exploring Networked Governance of Torture In Papua-Indonesia
Budi Hernawan (Australian National University and Australian National University)
10:30 AM
National Technologies and Ontopologies
Eben Kirksey (City University of New York - Graduate Center)
11:00 AM
Papua As An Islamic Frontier? Multiple Muslim Imaginaries
Martin Slama (Austrian Academy of Sciences AAS)
11:15 AM
Discussant
Andrew C Willford (Cornell University)
11:30 AM
Discussion