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WHAT PIRACY TEACHES US ABOUT STATES, MARKETS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
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Reviewed By: Association for Political and Legal Anthropology
Wednesday, November 14, 2012: 8:00 PM-9:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Jason M Cross (University of Michigan)
Chairs:  Kedron Thomas (Washington University in St. Louis)
Discussants:  Rosemary J Coombe (York University) and Alexander S Dent (The George Washington University)
8:00 PM
Death by a Thousand Cuts
Carolyn R Nordstrom (University of Notre Dame)
8:15 PM
Piracy and the Legal Architecture of Global Commerce and Security
Jason M Cross (University of Michigan) and Jatin Dua (Duke University)
8:30 PM
The Prison: Analysis of a Social Situation In Modern Mombasa
Zoltan Gluck (City University of New York Graduate Center and City University of New York Graduate Center)
8:45 PM
Rebel, Raider, Robber: Piracy in the Heart of Central Africa
Louisa Nicolaysen Lombard (Duke University) and Jatin Dua (Duke University)
9:00 PM
Discussant
Rosemary J Coombe (York University)
9:15 PM
Discussant
Alexander S Dent (The George Washington University)
9:30 PM
Discussion