2-0360
CONSERVING AND SUSTAINING FORESTS AND FARMS: CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT DISCOURSES, AND THE (RE)CREATION OF SUBJECTIVITIES
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Reviewed By: Anthropology and Environment Section
Wednesday, November 14, 2012: 2:00 PM-3:45 PM

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Organizers:  Scott C Freeman (Columbia University - Teachers College)
Chairs:  Cailín E Murray (Ball State University)
Discussants:  Laura A Ogden (Dartmouth College)
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Georgina Cullman (Columbia University and American Museum of Natural History)
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"There's Nothing More Satisfying": New Meanings for Local Food Production In America's Heartland
Cailín E Murray (Ball State University and Ball State University)
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Discussant
Laura A Ogden (Dartmouth College)
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Discussion