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ENGAGING WITH BORDERS OF SUFFERING: RE-EXAMINING AND RE-CONCEPTUALIZING SUFFERING ACROSS CULTURAL CONTEXTS
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Reviewed By: Society for Psychological Anthropology
Thursday, November 15, 2012: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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Organizers:  Sarah E Rubin (Case Western Reserve University and Case Western Reserve University) and Bridget M Haas (The Ohio State University)
Chairs:  Sarah E Rubin (Case Western Reserve University) and Bridget M Haas (The Ohio State University)
Discussants:  Mara H Buchbinder (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill) and Elizabeth A Carpenter-Song (Dartmouth College)
4:30 PM
Giving Voice to a Speaking Body: Hysteria and the Borders of 'legitimate' Suffering
Charlotte Emma van den Hout (University of California, San Diego)
5:00 PM
‘I Felt Like the Sun Was Sad’: Transnationally Shaped Sentiments In Mexican Migrant-Sending Communities
Whitney L Duncan (University of California, San Diego and University of Northern Colorado)
5:15 PM
Discussant
Elizabeth A Carpenter-Song (Dartmouth College)
5:30 PM
Discussant
Mara H Buchbinder (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill)