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GLOBAL FLOWS,HUMAN RIGHTS, SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH:ETHNOGRAPHIES OF CROSSING AND "TRANSLATION" IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH
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Reviewed By: Society for Medical Anthropology
Wednesday, November 14, 2012: 12:00 PM-1:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists
Organizers:  Maya Unnithan (University of Sussex) and Stacy L Pigg (Simon Fraser University)
Chairs:  Maya Unnithan (University of Sussex)
Discussants:  Lynn M Morgan (Mount Holyoke College)
12:00 PM
Desirable Rights: Same-Sex Sexualities, Development and Modernity In India
Paul Boyce (University of Sussex and University of sussex)
12:15 PM
Negotiating Global Health Policy and Indigenous Rights: The Changing Roles of Maya Midwives In Guatemala
Anne E Kraemer Diaz (University of Kansas and Wuqu' Kawoq - Maya Health Alliance), Anita Chary (Washington University in St. Louis), Brent M Henderson (University of Florida) and Peter Rohloff (Harvard University)
12:30 PM
Human Rights and "Humanized Birth" In Multiethnic Mexico
Rosalynn Adeline Vega (UC Berkeley/ UC San Francisco and University of Guanajuato)
1:30 PM
Discussant
Lynn M Morgan (Mount Holyoke College)