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Planning Alternatives for Change, LLC
Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Princeton University
BORDER PATROL: TECHNOLOGIES OF MORAL BUREAUCRACY AND IMMOBILITY
ETHNOGRAPHY OF IMAGINARY CULTURES: STORIED INNOVATIONS
WHY WE CAN'T ALL JUST GET ALONG: RACE, LANGUAGE, AND MEANING IN THE 2012 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
KINSHIP IN CRISIS
RESEARCHING AFFECT/AFFECTING RESEARCH: EMPATHY AND IMAGINATION IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL METHODS
SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY & MEDICINE INTEREST GROUP OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
MIGRANT NARRATIVES AND ETHNOGRAPHIC TROPES: NAVIGATING TRAGEDY, CREATING POSSIBILITIES (AN INTERACTIVE SESSION)
RUTH BENEDICT SALON PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED
THE ROLE OF ANTHROPOLOGY IN DISASTER JAPAN: RESPONSES TO THE 3/11 EARTHQUAKE AND THE FUKUSHIMA ACCIDENT
TIME, RELIGION, AND POLITICAL BELONGING IN THE MUSLIM WORLD
BLUEPRINTS, MODELS AND OTHER MEDIATING FORMS: TOWARDS AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF DESIGN
FRAMING JUSTICE: THE PLACE OF PHOTO-ETHNOGRAPHY
DIFFICULT DIAGNOSES
Verticality
Working Through: Ethnography In the Way of Theory
The Black Doctor and the White Man’s Plague: Diagnosis, Ontological Uncertainty and the Inversion of Germ Theory In Late Colonial India
Best Laid Plans: Moroccan Textile Design and Speculative Technologies
Affective Evidence: Researching Missing Persons In Cyprus
The Brother Takes Less: Marriage with Elder Sister’s Daughter In Tamil Nadu  
Soldiers of the Body: How HIV-Positive Children Learn to Fight AIDS In Botswana
Encountering Momentum: Medical Travel and Moved Subjects
Ethics Beyond Fieldwork (and Even IRBs)
Spiritual Ciganidade (Gypsy-ness) – Performance of Identity, Borders and Crossings In Urban Brazil, Rio De Janeiro and Sao Paulo
An Indigenous Terroir: Land, Regulation, and Social Responsibility In An Indigenously-Owned Company
Medical Humanitarianism In the Age of “Global Health:” Dilemmas of Research, Collaboration, and Intervention In Sierra Leone
Buy, Eat, Support: Radiation, Food Safety, and Biological Citizenship In Post-Fukushima Japan
Being Is Believing: Anthropologist As Curious Soul
American Sacred: Spiritual Healing Between Clinic and Ceremony
The Moral Life of Design: Innovations, Transparency and Designs for a Modern Laboratory
“Enlightenment of the People”: Japan’s Platform for Obesity and Chronic Illness Prevention
Bodies of Exchange: Charity Marathoning, the Gift, and the Neoliberal Self
Why Do Women Usually Win In Muslim Family Law Courts?
Echoes From the Past: Religious Conversion, Memory and Belonging In Neoliberal Turkey
Restoring Faith In the Republic: Place-Mkaing and Minority Recognition In Turkey
Ethnographic Challenges to Financial Markets
Food without Borders: The Comingling of Malnutrition, Obesity, and Imported Snacks In An Informal Settlement In Maputo, Mozambique
Automaton Jurors: Toward An Ethnographic Study of Voir Dire
Where Do Spacecraft Come From? Future-Making and Community-Making At NASA
Migrant Assemblages: Transforming Remittances In Central Asia
The Ghost’s Wife: Lessons In Crisis, History and Complicity
Whose Heritage Is It?:  Japanese “Heritage” Language Learners’ Identification Practice
Reckoning with Post-Fordism by Remembering Utopia In a U.S. Model Town
Making of An Identity: Kurdish Workers, Informality and Relations of Labor
Professor Design History and Theory Director Victor J. Papanek Foundation University Applied Arts
Purdue University
A CONVERSATION WITH WRITER, REBECCA SOLNIT, AND ANTHROPOLOGISTS BRIAN PALMER (UPPSALA UNIVERSITY), YANA STAINOVA (BROWN UNIVERSITY) AND ANDREW BUCKSER (PURDUE UNIVERSITY)
RE-ASSSESSING ETHNOGRAPHIC CLASSICS:  "OF 2 MINDS: THE GROWING DISCORD IN AMERICAN PSYCHIATRY" BY TANYA M. LUHRMANN
Familiarization and Defamiliarization Continue After Four Decades In Saapmi
Nubian and Egyptian Cultural Entanglements and the Genesis of the Second Kingdom of Kush
Sexualities In Transnational Circuits: Same-Sex Intimacy Among Indonesian Migrant Domestic Workers In Hong Kong
Space and Group Identities In Contemporary Judaism
The Spectacle of Consumption: Ipanema Sandals and Indigenous Politics In Brazil
“It’s for Their Own Good”: Medicine, Surveillance, and the Reproductive Health of Somali Refugees In Kenya
She’s Fine! Postpartum Practices, Morbidity and Role of Public Health Services In Rural Rajasthan, India
“I Have Other Customs”: Historical and Contemporary Configurations of Difference Between the Andes and the Amazon In Peru
“She Still Eat It”: Food Insecurity and Chronic Disease Management In Belize’s Stann Creek District
How Do You Define a Caregiver?  Aligning Etic and Emic Perspectives In Biocultural Research
Strategic Evidence for Global Change In the Analysis of Female Genital Circumsion:  Silence, Non-Silence, and Crafting Public Health Policy
When the Native Desires the Native, What Happens to Research Ethics?
Youth Oral Histories of Hip Hop In Peru
Self and Agency In the Field: Female Sex Workers’ Socio-Linguistic Habitus In China
Statements of Faith and Perceptions of Belief: Navigating Experiential Narratives from an International Yoga Community In Southeast India
Esther, “If It Pleases the King,” and Purim: The (In)Visibility of Pentecostal, Charismatic Women Leaders In Indonesian-American Transnational Religious Ties
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