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Univ. of Calif. Office of the President, retired
Univeristy of South Florida, St. Petersburg
Universitat de Barcelona/ Goldsmiths University of London
université paris 8
University College London
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: READING MICHAEL HERZFELD'S "EVICTED FROM ETERNITY"
MOVING SCALES AND SCALES OF MOVEMENT: COSMOLOGIES OF BORDERS AND CROSSINGS
TITLE:  MOVING NOTIONS OF OWNERSHIP AND PERSONHOODS:  CONTROL AND THE MATERIALITY OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT.
BODIES IN MOTION: BOUNDARIES, EXPERIENCE AND IMAGINATION.
Boom and Bust In Europe’s Early Farming Societies
Pitching Entanglements – Unfolding and Constructing a Social Movement
Green Roofs: Changing the Urban Environment, Changing Policy-Making
The Materially 'extended Personhood' of the Max Planck Director
Ties That Bind: Home Ownership, Mobility and the Mortgaged Self
Remembering Matters: Walking Tours and Local Histories As a Form of Local Citizenship
The Work of Property: Insights From Practice Theory Into the Collective Use of Private Cars
Family Bonds: Genetic Knowledge and Disability In Qatar
Anchored to the Infinite: On Becoming a Monk In Contemporary Benedictine Monasticism
The Deep and the Erepecuru: Scales and Movement In An Amazonian Maroon Territory
Life In the Power of Myth: ‘paths’, Scales and Truth In Afro-Cuban Divination
Crossing Scales of Gender: Movement and Stillness As Scaling Technologies In a Moroccan Emigrant Town
Towards a New Anthropology of the American Dream
Negotiating Categories - Indonesian Care Workers In Japan
Architecture of Displacement? Building Palestinian Camps In Lebanon
Are Museums Good to Think with? Heritage Branding and the Development of Museums In China
Lifestyle Migration: Border Crossing As a Physical Act of Reestablishing Kinship Roles and Relationships. the Case of the British In Spain
Alcohol As Metaphor - An Exploration of Projective Fantasies and Cross-Cultural Discontent
Being Clothed In Glory; Clothes That Make the Man God
Challenging Sociality In Building Design? Hypersocial Building Design for Antisocial Technologists
University of Amsterdam
AAA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
ANTHROPOLOGICAL COMMUNICATION COMMITTEE (ACC)
RESEARCHING AFFECT/AFFECTING RESEARCH: EMPATHY AND IMAGINATION IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL METHODS
CHANGING THE SUBJECT: ETHNOGRAPHIES OF HERITAGE, NEOLIBERALISM AND DEVELOPMENT
HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOVEREIGN POWER
MANA: TRANSLATIONS AND TRANSFORMATIONS OF A CLASSIC CONCEPT IN ANTHROPOLOGY
BREAKING DOWN IN/DIVIDUALISM: INTERROGATING THE BORDERS AND CROSSINGS OF THE RELIGIOUS SUBJECT
TRANSGRESSING RESEARCH RELATIONSHIPS: MOVING DANGEROUSLY OR EXPLORING ALTERNATIVE MODES OF FEMINIST PRACTICE?
CHILDREN AND YOUTH NAVIGATING BORDERS AND HORIZONS OF UNCERTAIN LIFE EVENTS – ORGANIZED BY ACYIG
NEW VOICES IN LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY: SOCIETY FOR LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY'S GRADUATE STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST
BORDER ARCHITECTURES AND SUBJECTIVITIES: GLOBAL REFLECTIONS ON BORDER LANDSCAPES
THE (IN)EQUALITIES OF GLOBAL HEALTH: E-HEALTH AND TELEMEDICINE THROUGH THE LENS OF CRITICAL MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Human Rights As a Moral Language of Power
Sounded Empathies: Musical Anthropologies and the Challenge of Affect 
Ethnographies of (the) Scale: Hunger, Body Weight, and Global Health
Cultures of Data Usage In E-Health: Temporal Referentiality In Human Resources for Health Information System Strengthening
Online Motherly Advice:  Consolidation of Biomedical Hegemony Through Peer Communication On Slovenian Health Forums
Making ‘Kin’ship Through Self-Care: Aging with HIV In Urban Mombasa, Kenya
Thugs for Hire?: Vital Conjunctures, Social Navigation and Agency Among Young Gang Members In a Nairobi Ghetto
Navigating the Uncertainty of Structural Violence: The Role of Family and Society In the Tactics and Strategies of Young Girls In Rural Nepal
The Mobile and the Material On the Sino-Indian Border
Architectures of War and Dwelling: Garrisoned Landscapes Between India and Bangladesh
Hard to Believe: Understanding Societal (non)Responses to Gay-Heterosexual Mental Health Disparities In the Netherlands
Technologies of Everyday Care: HIV Positive Volunteer Health Workers In Kenya
University of Arizona
BEYOND REPATRIATION: FORGING COLLABORATION AMONG INDIGENOUS AND NON-INDIGENOUS MUSEUMS AND COMMUNITIES
 CLIMATE CHANGE AND DISASTERS RESEARCH: EXPLORING RESILIENCE, VULNERABILITY, AND ADAPTATION
BEYOND BORDERS AND CROSSINGS: HYBRIDITY AND FLUIDITY IN PHYSICAL AND IDEOLOGICAL BOUNDARIES
CONSTRUCTED BORDERS AND BARRIERS: UNPACKING "UNDOCUMENTED STATUS" AND "STRUCTURAL VULNERABILITY" IN LATINO HEALTH
ETHNOGRAPHY AT THE BORDERS OF THE INTIMATE: Anthropological Investigations INTO INTIMACY
SOCIETY FOR LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY (SLA) PRESIDENTIAL PANEL: FRONTIERS IN METHODOLOGY IN LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY
WELCOME TO THE ANTHROPOCENE: ENGAGED ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE COPRODUCTION OF CLIMATE CHANGE KNOWLEDGE AND POLICY
OF FREIRE AND FREE BURRITOS: CHICANA/O YOUTH MOBILIZATIONS FOR SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL JUSTICE, ARIZONA AND BEYOND
TALKING ABOUT BEING IN AMAZONIA
NEW VOICES IN LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY: SOCIETY FOR LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY'S GRADUATE STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST
HETEROGLOSSIA, PERFORMANCE, POWER AND PARTICIPATION
CRITICAL MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY FOR GLOBAL HEALTH INTEREST GROUP OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
DEATH ON THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER: BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL APPROACHES
ENGAGING WITH BIOMEDICINE FROM BEYOND ITS BORDERS
DISCIPLINE AND CHERISH: INTELLECTUAL LEGACIES OF ADELE CLARKE
THE (IN)EQUALITIES OF GLOBAL HEALTH: E-HEALTH AND TELEMEDICINE THROUGH THE LENS OF CRITICAL MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Working Hard or Hardly Working? A Preliminary Study of the Metabolic Costs of Stone Knapping
A Republic of Farmers In the Mountains of Bali: Adaptive Co-Management of the Proposed World Heritage Cultural Landscape of Subaks and Water Temples
Consultation and Participation In Ecuadorian Environmental Governance
Rendered Abstract: Neoliberal Logics, Post Hurricane Recovery and Questions of Responsibility and Sustainability
The Impact of Tourism Reflected In Quechan Material Culture
Voicing Black Consciousness In Afro-Brazilians' Political Activism
Tracing Intimate Subjectivities of Ayoreo Women In the Mennonite Colonies of the Paraguayan Chaco
Toward An Anthropology of Comorbidity: Lessons From Tobacco
The Practice of Ayurveda In India’s Changing Consumer Society
“Both/and” Opportunities In the Schooling Experiences Available to Indigenous Students: Policy Borders and the Limits Placed On Crossings
Research and Data Collection On the Border Dead: Access, Ethics, and Centralization
Migrant Deaths Along the Arizona-Sonora Border
The Politics of Missing Persons and Decedent Identification In the Context of Migrant Death
Toward a Female Pedagogy: A New Paradigm for Empowerment In Girls and Women's Education In Iran
Cross-Dressing for Empire: Gender, Whiteness, and Settlement In Bohemian Grove Theatricals
When Death Comes Knocking: Geography, Enforcement, and Civic Engagement In Efforts to Indentify and Enumerate the Dead Along the U.S. Mexico Border
Racial Malleability and the Centrality of Whiteness
Issues of Culture, Society, Life, and Politics In the US-Mexico Borderline Region
Narrating Vindication: Moroccan Immigrant Girls' Voicings of Conflict and Blame
Local Production, Global Consumption: Fish and the Organization of Aquaculture In Iceland
From the Limins, Out of the Margins: Chicana/o Youth Organizing and Social Justice Activism On the U.S.-Mexico Border
La Raza Does Not Mean "the Race": Talking about Race and Racism In the Post-Civil Rights Era
"Faking" the Hebrew  /r/: Teacher Language Practices, Pedagogy and Identity Construction In a New York Hebrew Day School
Managing Bodies and Borders: Race, Vulnerability, and Access to Cancer Care
Ko’oex A’antik (Permit Us to Assist You): Framing a Context of Humanitarian Aid-Natural Speech Use In a Small Rural Maya / Spanish Speaking Community At a Wellness Fair (Brigada de Bienestar) In Yucatan, Mexico
Adapt to That?: Understanding the Challenges of Forward-Looking Adaptation for Rural Communities In the American West
Unidos We Stand: The New Face of Chicana/o Youth Activism In Tucson, Arizona
No Such Thing As Bad Luck?:  Mongolian Herders’ Surprisingly Neoliberalish Interpretations of Misfortune
Iranian Environmentalism and Nationhood:Materiality of Objects On An Alternative Nature
The Margin Represented; Semiotic Rides Between Yaquis and Cholos In the Alleys of El Coloso, Mexico
Intimate Borders: Marital Failure and Kinship In Rural Northeast Brazil
Ikumen, Globalization, and the Creation of New Imagined Fatherhood In Japan
Teachers' Everyday Professional Struggles with An English-Only Policy In An Elementary School In A Southwest Border Community
Anthropology and Policy: Strategies for Negotiating Differences In Knowledge, Expertise, Temporality, and Action
The Linguistic Disorder of “Going There” In the Age of Social Media:  the Recontextualization of a Black Signifying Act Into White Public Space (the curious case of Antoine Dodson)
I Now Leave:Language Ideologies and Language Loss within the Quilihua Community of Northern Mexico
Stories From the Highlands: Biliteracy Among Tsotsil-Speaking Students In Chiapas, Mexico
The Queer Beyond of Men and Gods: (Homo)Sexuality and (Trans)Gender In Haiti and the Diaspora
The San Miguel Gate: Transnational Tribal Communities and the Market and Trade of Food Items across the US-Mexican border
University of Arizona, School of Anthropology; School of Information Resources and Library Science
University of Arkansas Department of Anthropolgy
University of British Columbia
BEYOND REPATRIATION: FORGING COLLABORATION AMONG INDIGENOUS AND NON-INDIGENOUS MUSEUMS AND COMMUNITIES
CONTACT ZONES: AT THE BORDERS OF (IN)VISIBILITY, (POST)COLONIALISM, AND IN/EXCLUSION IN SETTLER STATES
CONTESTED LANDSCAPES, EMERGENT HERITAGES: THE ROLE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION PROJECTS IN SHAPING CULTURAL CLAIMS AND IDENTITIES
TRANSCENDING SHIFTS AND FRICTIONS IN THE MUSEUM ‘APPARATUS’
ETHICAL BORDERS AND CROSSINGS: CRITICAL MEDIATIONS IN PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH PRACTICES ENGAGING WITH FILM, PHOTOGRAPHY AND DIGITAL STORYTELLING
THE ORGANIZATION OF WORK AND POLITICS IN MARINE FISHERIES.
HAVE MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS BECOME THE HANDMAIDENS OF PUBLIC HEALTH?
ARCTIC CROSSINGS: LABOUR, CAPITAL AND LOCALITY IN THE CIRCUMPOLAR WORLD
CROSSING INTO MULTISPECIES ETHNOGRAPHY: TRANSGRESSING BORDERS BETWEEN ANTHROPOLOGY AND NONHUMAN OTHERS THROUGH THEORY AND FIELDWORK
The Spaces, Temporality, and Affects of the Occupy Movement
 the Enslaved Smoker and Other Public Health Tropes: The Need to Reclaim An Anthropological Perspective On ‘risk behaviours’
Teaching and the Life History of Cultural Transmission In Fijian Villages
The Origins of Contingent Reciprocity
The Role of Close Social Relationships In the Food Security of People with HIV
Producing Northern Borderlands: Place-Making and Belonging Between Mexico and Alaska
Growing Under An Acacia Tree: An Open Letter On How to Raise An Anthropologist
Global Forces, Local Struggles:  Organizing An International Movement of Fish Harvesters and Fish Worker
The Disciplining of Visitor Studies: Conflicting Legacies of Democracy, Markets, and Classification
Born by Fire, Raised by Fire - the (trans/national)Guatemalan Feminist Movement
The Politics of Welfare Entitlement Among Middle-Aged and Elderly Sakhalin Koreans In the Post-Cold War Era
“It’s Not Our Fault That it’s Expensive”: The Design of Stopping and Starting Protocols for High Cost Orphan Drugs In Canada
The Forest Has a Story: Cultural Ecosystem Services In Kona, Hawai'I
Shifting Exhibition Boundaries: Critical Curatorial Practices At the Museum of Anthropology and the Satellite Gallery
On Surfaces and Depths: Photography, In/Visibility, and the Image As Contact Zone
Spectacular and Spectral Aboriginality: Settlers In the Interstices of (Post)-Coloniality
Apparatus Criticus: Challenging Curatorial Practices
Inverting Interdisciplinary Hierarchies: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Data to Inform HIV Prevention Policy for Women In Mexico
Multispecies Intra-Actions
"A Narco-Trafficker without a Narco-Corrido doesn’t exist”:  Violence and the Limits of Narrative In the US Mexico Borderlands
When Pharmaceuticals Travel: Pharmaceutical Humanitarianism and the Future of Malaria Elimination In East Africa
Writing On the Wall: Indigenous Rock Painting and Colonial Erasure
"It's Not Like Playing Indian for a Day, This Is Real": Exploring Indigenous Language Ideologies and Issues of Authenticity
"I Can Just Be Who I Am":Confounding Risk At a Queer Leadership Camp for You
Personalized Medicine and People with Rare Diseases: Contrasting Constructions of N=1 Patients In Genomic Medicine
Kennedys and Indians: Protesting the Cape Wind Project In Mediatized Terrain
Human-Elephant Relations In a Cross-Border Contact Zone: Multi-Species Mobility and Multi-Species Rights In International Conservation
University of California
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: READING MICHAEL HERZFELD'S "EVICTED FROM ETERNITY"
URBAN (RE)DEVELOPMENT IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE: DISCOURSE BY POLICY-MAKERS AND PROTESTORS
WAJIMA SALON AT THE 2012 AAA MEETINGS- PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
THE ROLE OF ANTHROPOLOGY IN DISASTER JAPAN: RESPONSES TO THE 3/11 EARTHQUAKE AND THE FUKUSHIMA ACCIDENT
RECENT ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PAST AND PRESENT ANDEAN PASTORALISM
RECENT ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PAST AND PRESENT ANDEAN PASTORALISM (PART 2)
MULTISPECIES INTRA-ACTIONS
LANDSCAPE, VISION, WRITING
Why Does Status Inequality Increase with Exposure to Markets: Evidence From the Bolivian Amazon
Development and Protest In Tel Aviv, Jaffa and Istanbul
Modernization, Sexual Risk-Taking, and Gynecological Morbidity Among Bolivian Forager-Horticulturalists
Participant
Somatic Condition Affects the Development of Fundamental and Formant Frequencies During Puberty: Implications for the Evolution of Human Vocal Sexual Dimorphism
The Anthropologist At the Hackathon: Cultures and Ruptures of "Innovation" Practice
The Impacts of Polygyny On Child Wellbeing Among the Tsimane of Bolivia
“Como Que Era Mexicano”: Territorial Borders and Ideologies of Ethnonational Distinctiveness In Cross-Dialectal Passing
A Garden or a Grave? the Canyonic Landscape of the Tijuana-San Diego Region
Knowing the Holy Spirit: A Pentecostal Regime of Invisibility
Fashion and Development: Alpaca Textile Production and the Politics of Social Responsibility Along the Interoceanica Road
Time, Landscape, and Caravan Mobility
Future Farmers and Today's Youth Experts: Student-Led Research In a High School Agricultural Education Program
Trade-Offs Between Current and Future Immune Defense: Naïve and Memory T-Cell Populations Are Associated with Differential Growth Outcomes In An Indigenous Amazonian Population
Human Growth and Development, Motherhood and Reproduction
University of California at Davis
University of California Berkeley
SHIFTING CARTOGRAPHIES OF THE SELF: SOCIAL IDENTITY, POSTCOLONIAL CONDITION, NEOLIBERAL PROCESSES AND THE THREADS OF HISTORY AND TRADITION IN THE PORTUGUESE-SPEAKING WORLD
RELIGION AND MASCULINITY: CULTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS AND GENDERED REALITIES
WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST
ENUMERATING ENVIRONMENTS: ETHNOGRAPHIES OF BROKERS, ANALYSTS, AND INTERMEDIARIES
BRIDGING THE BORDERLANDS AND THE BLACK DIASPORA: PEDAGOGIES OF CROSSING, TEACHING FOR JUSTICE, AND DECOLONIZING THE DISCIPLINE OF ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE AMERICAS
COMMITTEE ON MINORITY ISSUES IN ANTHROPOLOGY (CMIA) BUSINESS MEETING
QUEER TRANSFRANCISCO: PASTS, PRESENTS, AND FUTURES OF THE "SODOM BY THE SEA"
URBAN SPACES OF SUBVERSION AND SUBMISSION
HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOVEREIGN POWER
SECTION ASSEMBLY MEETING
CROSSING BOUNDARIES THROUGH DIGITAL COMMUNICATION: ETHNOGRAPHY OF CYBERCONNECTIVITY
IMMIGRANT PARENTS CROSSING THE EDUCATIONAL BORDER: CRITICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF DISCOURSE, POWER, AND CHANGE IN PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT.
SPANNING THE DECADES: DOING AND DESCRIBING LONG-TERM FIELDWORK
EMBODIED MORALS, DEMORALIZED MINDS: CROSSING CONTESTED BOUNDARIES
MUSIC, DIGITAL MATERIALITIES AND ETHNOGRAPHY
NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS (NGO) AND NONPROFITS SIG BUSINESS MEETING
RELIGION, SEX, SECULARISM
FRAMING JUSTICE: THE PLACE OF PHOTO-ETHNOGRAPHY
DIFFICULT DIAGNOSES
DID the KLA MILITANTS KILL SERBIANS for THEIR ORGANS AT the END of the KOSOVO WAR?
"the World Is Different On This Side of the Bridge": Youth Culture and the Recreation of Separation In Sao Paulo
An Ecology of the Self: When Nature Goes Public and Other Wild Thoughts
Right to Religious Liberty and the Minority Question: Reflections On the Geopolitics of the Middle East
Neo-Con Bureaucracy as Torture: Single Mothers of Color, Underemployment, and the Collapse of the Globalized Welfare State
The Duck Doctor's Guanxi: Poultry Diagnosis In Southern China As Art of Social Relationships
"A Flavor of Alzheimer's": How Neurodegenerative Diseases Can Be Diagnosed by Affect
Exposed to the Wind: Airflow and Environmental Management In Northwest China
Notes On Love In a Varanasi Garden
San Francisco’s Tenderloin: From “Fleshpots" to “Queens” to Trans Counter-Publics?
A Digital Ecology of Sharing Archaeology
Monsanto, Contested National Symbol
The New Logics Homeless Seclusion: A Comparative Study of Large-Scale Homeless Encampments in the Western US
Workfare, Prisonfare and the Remaking of the State
Illuminating Social Landscapes: Unearthing Life of the Mayan Commoner Through Household Excavation and Catchment Analysis
The Call of Al-Andaluz
Gifts From the Camelids: Archaeobotanical Insights Into Camelid Pastoralism Through Dung Studies
Doing Relations with Numbers:  Apartment Appraisal and the Price Graph In Argentine Real Estate Analysis
Multivocality and Healing: The Therapeutic of the Voice of the Other In Multi-Family Psychoanalysis In Buenos Aires
Of Guardian Angels and Other Spirits: Sightings, Meetings, and Crossings In Children’s Religious Education
Working with Clay
Feeling Good In Public Space: Jane Jacobs and the Discourse of the Public In Manhattan
Writing with the Internet: Digital News Gathering and the Journalistic Production of “China”
“Mari Lyn Salvador – Doctoral Student, Teaching Assistant, Photographer and Promoter of Folk Art Research and Museum Exhibitions - Berkeley 1972-76”
Gendered Activity In Colonial Mexico: An Examination of Urban Women's Activity Patterns
Becoming Children: Life and the Life Course of Roman Children
In Sickness and In Health: (Re)Constructing the Skeleton and the Body In Bioarchaeology
A Prolonged Aftermath, a Site of Encounters: Chinese War Survivors In Japanese Law Courts In the Age of Apology
Culture Change and Identity In Bocas Del Toro, Panama: An Historical Archaeological Investigation At Sitio Drago
Speech, Touch and Gaze In Maya Shamanic Divination
History In Place and Practice: Toward a Mnemonics of the Unspoken
Mobility, Musical Media, and De Facto Cosmopolitanism In Australia's North
Ties of Intimacy and Bonds of Responsibility: Family In 19th- and 20th-Century Nantucket
Educational Reform and Latino Parent Involvement: The Politics and Double Binds of Home-School Relationships
Making the Liminal Visible: Addressing State Sanctioned Violence Against Native American Females
Brazilian Anthropology and the State: Defining the Boundaries of Black Identity and Quilombolismo
University of California Davis
DESIGN FOR THE REAL WORLD - BUT WHICH WORLD? WHAT DESIGN? WHAT REAL?
A ROUNDTABLE CONVERSATION ON ELIZABETH Povinelli’s “Economies OF ABANDONMENT: SOCIAL BELONGING AND ENDURANCE IN LATE Liberalism”
PUBLIC BORDERS, PRIVATE CROSSINGS I: ETHNOGRAPHIC APPROACHES TO MAPPING NEOLIBERALISM, GLOBALIZATION, AND CORPORATIZATION IN SCHOOLS
TRANSFORMING MIDDLE CLASSES, TRANSFORMING CITIES
TECHNOLOGIES OF CARING IN MEDICAL SETTINGS
PUBLIC BORDERS, PRIVATE CROSSINGS II: ETHNOGRAPHIC APPROACHES TO MAPPING NEOLIBERALISM, GLOBALIZATION, AND CORPORATIZATION IN SCHOOLS
ANDEAN FRONTIERS, TEMPORAL BORDERS, ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERIPHERIES: THINKING IN THE MARGINS WITH FRANK SALOMON
Test of the Boserup Hypothesis Using a Meta-Analysis of Milpa Maize Yields In Central America
Laissez-Faire Pedagogy, Education As a Private Good, and the Socialization of An Individualistic Elite: Neoliberalism At Work In Sudbury education 
Understanding Change and Variation In Attitudes to Sexual Behavior
Of Measured Indeterminacy: Contamination, Disease, and Epidemiology
Multi-Directional Border Crossing In Indigenous Education
Delicate Flower??? Mother-Daughter Reflections As Co-Researchers In Yunnan
The Cannibal State: "Digesting" the Other In Contemporary Italy
From Mountains to Seas to Universities: Politics of Lead Contamination In Peru
Without a Stethoscope: Rural Doctors In El Salvador Remotely Diagnosing and Treating Migrants In Urban U.S
Insuring the Future Health, or Making Certainty of Life
Managing Risk At a Distance: Public Health As Remote Control
New Middle-Class Rhythms of Life In Hyderabad, India
Caring Little White Envelopes In Lithuania
University of California Irvine
GENES AT THE BORDER OF IDENTITY: NADIA ABU EL-HAJ'S THE GENEALOGICAL SCIENCE: THE SEARCH FOR JEWISH ORIGINS AND THE POLITICS OF EPISTEMOLOGY
RECONFIGURING SOCIAL BORDERS IN THE AFTERMATH OF DISASTER
TARDE DOING WORK: ETHNOGRAPHIC ENGAGEMENTS WITH A RECENTLY REVIVED ANCESTOR
QUEER REPRODUCTION/S: EMERGING POSSIBILITIES FOR ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE STUDY OF BORDERS, BOUNDARIES AND CROSSINGS
ECOBIOPOLITICS TODAY II: ECOBIOPOLITICS OF HEALTH
DIS/COUNTING EVIDENCE: THE POLITICS OF EXCLUSION IN GLOBAL HEALTH
MIGRANT NARRATIVES AND ETHNOGRAPHIC TROPES: NAVIGATING TRAGEDY, CREATING POSSIBILITIES (AN INTERACTIVE SESSION)
SECTION ASSEMBLY MEETING
ASSOCIATION FOR POLITICAL AND LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY (APLA) PANEL FOR NEW PhDs: LAUNCHING A CAREER IN ACADEMIA
EMERGING SOCIALITIES: TOWARDS AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF SOCIAL MEDIA
SUSPICION: THE MATERIAL EFFECTS OF A THOUGHT
ASSOCIATION FOR POLOTICAL AND LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY (APLA) BOARD MEETING
DISRUPTIVE SUBJECTS: PROTEST, CITIZENSHIP, AND BELONGING
ALTER(NATIVE) VISIONS OF FUTURES AND OUTER SPACES
ASSOCIATION FOR POLOTICAL AND LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY (APLA) & NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PRACTICE OF ANTHROPOLOGY (NAPA) PANEL FOR NEW PhDs:  PRACTICING ANTHROPOLOGY IN POLITICAL AND LEGAL CAREERS
Governing Socio-Natural Infrastructures: Ecosystem Health Indicators After the Deepwater Horizon Spill
We Are the 99%...  but Some Are More So Than Others? Negotiations Over the Uses of Public Space In Montreal At the Occasion of the Occupy Movement
Foragers, Kinship Networks, and the Evolution of Cooperation
Making the Familiar Strange: Reimagining the "Typical" Anthropology Student
Doing Good for the Nation: Erasing Borders and Re-Imagining the Nation In Post-War Sri Lanka
“Blood, Sweat and Tears:” Ethnographic Complicity In Hardship Claims
Finding Blight: Sorting Objects and Owners In Post-Katrina New Orleans
(Removing) Cause for Suspicion: Tattoos and Tattoo Removal Schemes
The Copycat Arduino Board: Making Innovation In a Shanghai Hackerspace
Every Sensation Is Only a Number: Tardean Statistics, Computer Audition, and Big Data
Coming Home: Rethinking Ethnic Place-Making with Tardian Social Theory
Anthropological Publishing: Tarde and Economic Analysis
Birth and the Nation: Maternal Mortality, Midwives, and the Mexican State
University of California Los Angeles
RESPONDING TO TRAUMA: VOICES OF VETERANS AND PROVIDERS OF VETERAN CARE
THE BOUNDARIES OF SOCIALISM: EVERYDAY LIFE UNDER POST-LATE SOCIALISM
SENSORY BODIES AND CULTURAL PERFORMANCES: RECONFIGURING ILLNESS/DISABILITY/HEALING AT THE INTERSECTION OF VISUAL AND MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
DOCUMENTATION AS SOCIAL PRACTICE: REPRESENTING MINORITY VOICES IN THE AFTERMATH OF WAR, GENOCIDE AND POLITICAL VIOLENCE
HEALTH TRAVELS: CUBAN HEALTH(CARE) ON THE ISLAND AND AROUND THE WORLD
ANTICIPATING CHILDREN'S FUTURES: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EVERYDAY PRACTICES AND CONCEPTIONS OF IDEAL ADULTHOOD
DISCLOSURE: ON SECRETS AND TELLING
MEDIATING BOUNDARIES, MEDIATING POSSIBILITIES: LANGUAGE AND TECHNOLOGIES IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF IDENTITY
HAPTIC TRAILS TO YOU: LANGUAGE AND TOUCH WITHIN THE INTERACTIVE SENSORIUM
RECONCEPTUALIZING ENDANGERED LANGUAGE "COMMUNITIES:" BOUNDARY-CROSSING AND -CREATION
SOCIETY FOR LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY (SLA) PRESIDENTIAL PANEL: FRONTIERS IN METHODOLOGY IN LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY
BLACK CULTURAL CITIZENSHIP IN AFRO-ATLANTIC DIALOGUE
GUMPERZ AT 90: THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF COMMUNICATION AND ITS LEGACY
SOCIETY FOR LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY (SLA) BOARD MEETING
LIVING JUST ENOUGH FOR THE CITY: US SOCIAL CLASS IN A PRECARIOUS ERA
BOTTLENECKING BORDERS: SITUATED REFLECTIONS ON THE PROBLEM OF FLOW IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY
NEGOTIATING LANGUAGE, SCHOOLING, AND THE NEWS MEDIA: THE EXPERIENCES OF LATINA/O IMMIGRANTS IN OLD AND NEW SPACES OF INCORPORATION
PROFESSIONAL DIVIDES: JOURNALISTS AND ANTHROPOLOGISTS IN CONVERSATION ABOUT LANGUAGE, NEWS PRACTICE, AND SOCIAL IMPACTS
ENGAGING WITH BIOMEDICINE FROM BEYOND ITS BORDERS
AROUND ANTHROPOLOGY: EMPATHY, AFFECT AND INTERSUBJECTIVITY
REMEMBERING JOHN G. KENNEDY
EMPIRE MEETS RACIALIZATION IN THE PHYSICAL AND METAPHYSICAL WORLDS
YOUTH AS LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL EXPERTS: BLURRING, TRANSGRESSING, AND ERASING THE EXPERT/NOVICE BOUNDARY
LOVE, BELONGING, AND FLUID BORDERS
BORDERING ON LIBERATION: TRANSGRESSIONS AND TRANSFORMATIONS OF POPULAR EDUCATION
How Family Dynamics Can Shape Disclosure Patterns and Processes In Patients Newly Diagnosed with Huntington's Disease
The United States and India: Imperialism or Irrelevance?
Creative Demonstrations: The Semiotics of Attitude In Jazz Instruction
Tasking Flow: Managing the Moves and Stops of Global Commodities In Morocco
Demagogic Deflection of the Debt/Credit Crises As Provocateur of Post-Democracy
Remembering Political Community After Terror: Debating the Consequences of the End of the Sri Lankan Civil War
Insurgent Citizens and the Law: Vigilante Justice On Trial In Guatemala
Learning How to Complain: Negotiating Real and Conceptual Borders Between Chinese Medicine and Biomedicine In a U.S. Chinese Medical Training Program
Disconnecting the Mind and Essentialized Fare: Identity, Consumption, and Mental Distress in Santiago De Cuba
Same-Same but Different: Software and Its Entrepreneurial Others
Crossing the Line In Sharing Intimacy: Structural Analysis of Second Stories In Youtube Video Blogs of Miscarriage
“I Want a Sony TV Like In America”: Middle-Class Families’ Desires to ‘Keep up with the Joneses’ In Lima, Peru
The Blurring Boundaries of Ethics and Legality: Food Acquisition and State Power In Cuba
Cultural Politics In Diaspora: An Ethnographic Study of Iranian Diasporic Cultural Production In Toronto
Hidden Transcripts In Gatekeeping Encounters: Masking Subversive Topics within Conventional Institutional Discourse Routines
Intimacy and Intercorporeality Across Modalities In Family Interaction
Organizing Orientation to Joint Activity In Interactions Involving a Child with Severe Autism
On Feeling the Pain of Another: Tactility, Empathy, and Healing In Yap
Bringing Social Justice to the Public Educational System:Teachers Involved In Community Organizing for School Reform
Excavating Racialization: The Interdiscplinary Historical Archaeology of Multiracial Isleton
Beyond Négritude: Black Cultural Citizenship and the Arab Question In Festac 77
Empathy and the Moral Negotiations of Science Fiction Fandom
Status Ambivalence:  Constructing Serbian Youth Identities On Facebook
'and Then He Said (in Twi)...': Mediating Anxieties Around Mobility Through Practices of Strategic Translation On a Ghanaian Blog
Borders Traversed, Boundaries Erected:  Creating Discursive Identities In the Arizona Tewa Speech Community
Reproducing Suspicion: Anticipating Autism Across Bodies, Behaviors and Bio-Banks
Teachers Teaching Teachers: Multiple Avenues of Teacher and Community Development
Contested Histories, Reimagined Identities, and the Xinjiang Mummies
Othering In the Land of Milk and Honey: Turning Points In Utahan Ex-Mormon Women’s Narratives of Religious Disaffiliation
Jehovah's Witnesses, Indigenous Languages,and the Globalized Textual Community
Mexican Immigrant Youth and their Use of Social and Navigational Capital in a Texan English Immersion Program
A Moral Code of Honest Representation: The Ethical Construction of Gender Identity In World of Warcraft
Neurobiological Correlates of Social Engagement Behaviors In Small Group Interactions
Investing In children’s Future: Parental Involvement In children’s Education In Los Angeles and Rome
Crossing Literacy Fronteras: Latina Immigrant Mothers' Navigation of Mainstream Literacy Practices within and Beyond a Two-Generation Program
Trauma and Homelessness Among Veterans: Life Trajectories and Trauma-Informed Care
TBD
Comparing Interactive Practices In Transitions From Conflict Behavior In Russian and American Preschools
Raising Russian Orthodox Christians: Use of Hypothetical Direct Speech and Parent –child Relationships In a Heritage Language School
Our Singing, Ourselves: Advocacy, Ethnography, Relationships, and Dagbamba Women’s Songs of Northern Ghana
Understanding Violence Through Border-Crossings: A Mixed-Methods Approach to the Study of Iraqi Refugees In El Cajon, California
“Not One of Your Something In-Between, Gay Affiliated, Transgender Warriors”: Rethinking Trans Liminality Through Trans Ideological Positioning, Experientiality, and Identity Categorization
Monolingual Spanish Speakers In Community Meeting Settings
FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE EXPERIENCES OF BLACK MALE STUDENTS IN A SINGLE-SEX PROGRAM
University of California San Francisco and Berkeley
University of California Santa Cruz
ANTHROPOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY (A&E) DISSERTATION WORKSHOP
THE BOUNDARIES OF SOCIALISM: EVERYDAY LIFE UNDER POST-LATE SOCIALISM
BORDERING ON FACT: WHEN ANTHROPOLOGISTS HAVE TO TAKE SCIENCE TO TASK
INTEREST GROUP FOR THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF PUBLIC POLICY (IGAPP) ROUNDTABLE. “STUDYING POLICY: A DIALOGUE BETWEEN ANTHROPOLOGY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE”
TRANSPARENCY, OCCLUDED: ETHNOGRAPHY IN AND BEYOND NEOLIBERALISM
LIVING JUST ENOUGH FOR THE CITY: US SOCIAL CLASS IN A PRECARIOUS ERA
COUNCIL ON ANTHROPOLOGY AND EDUCATION (CAE) WORKS-IN-PROGRESS SESSION
PRODUCTION: MATERIAL AND IMMATERIAL DIVISIONS OF LABOR
COMMITTEE ON THE FUTURE OF PRINT AND ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING (CFPEP) MEETING
Student Publishing Workshop (registration required)
Blurred Boundaries of Community and Care: The View From Aging San Francisco
Imagining Forest Futures and Climate Change: The Mexican State As Insurance Broker and Story Teller
Households, Communities and Landscapes: Deconstructing Boundaries In Science and Archaeological Practice
Marketing Practice: Branding As a Techno-Social Project
Re-Fashioning Places and People: The Making of Guangzhou’s Garment Industry Through the Discourse and Materiality of Style
Technological Performances: Demonstrating the Stone Age In Dutch New Guinea
Governance Brokers: Standardized Models and Practices of Citizen Participation and Empowerment in Pakistan
"Healthy, Smart Babies": Advertising Imagery and Affective Labor At a Beijing Maternity Hospital
The Ethics of Empathy: Traversing the Borderlands of Secular and Religious Compassion In Moscow
University of California, Berkeley
SPACE, SURVEILLANCE, HOUSING AND THE PUBLIC
WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST
THICK TIMES: HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS AT A CULTURAL CONJUNCTURE
“A CONVERSATION WITH BAY AREA HOUSING ACTIVIST JESSE TREPPER”
AUDIBLE OBSERVATORIES: CONTEMPORARY ART PRACTICES IN CONVERSATION WITH ANTHROPOLOGIES OF VOICE AND SOUND.
QUEERING THE SOCIAL: INTERNET AS A TECHNOLOGY OF STRANGER SOCIALITY
WAJIMA SALON AT THE 2012 AAA MEETINGS- PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
ANTHROPOLOGY AND LIFE ITSELF
THE LIMITS OF LANGUAGE
ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDIES OF INCARCERATION AND ACTIVISM IN THE ERA OF MASS INCARCERATION
CULTURE@LARGE: ON BIOPOLITICS AND THE ATTACHMENT TO LIFE: CONVERSATIONS WITH LAUREN BERLANT
UNCIVIL DISOBEDIENCE: GEOGRAPHIES OF INSURRECTION
THE ROLE OF ANTHROPOLOGY IN DISASTER JAPAN: RESPONSES TO THE 3/11 EARTHQUAKE AND THE FUKUSHIMA ACCIDENT
EMPIRE MEETS RACIALIZATION IN THE PHYSICAL AND METAPHYSICAL WORLDS
MULTISPECIES INTRA-ACTIONS
Infertility As Diagnosis and Symptom
An Oral History of the Hearst Museum and Anthropology At Berkeley: Thoughts On Future Directions In the History of Anthropology
Recontextualizing Visual Collecting: Samuel A Barrett and the American Indian Films Project
An Indigenous Ontological Reading of Cryopreservation Practices and Ethics
Occupy Wall Street and the Economic Imagination
Criminals or Consumers? Managing Sexual Identity Through the Circulation of Legends
Participant
Racialization In the Context of Urban Schools: Asian Americans and the Black-White Binary
Reflections On Mass Mourning
Rise of the Bats: Married Gay Elite and De-Evidentiary Practices of the Cyber-Closet
Historicity and Monumentality: The Negotiation of New Futures In the Sultanate of Oman
Households and the Everyday Negotiation of Gender Ideals
Embracing Differences: 1.5 and Second Generation Chinese and Vietnamese Immigrant Youth In Japan
Natural and Foreign: Predicaments of Kinship, Caste and the Translations of Dogs
“Everyone Lived In That House together”: Material Resonances of Homeplace
“Spinning Like a Squirrel”: Problematizing Crisis and Youth In Post-Socialist Latvia
Exploring Gender Roles Through Lithics In a Late Classic Maya Site
In the Shadow of the Bishop: Civil War Sites In Skagafjorður, Iceland
Estrangement: Residual Sovereignty and Bare Life of Okinawans
“She's Saying What She Says”: Interaction and Intelligibility In Deaf Nepal
“Soaking In tapes”: The Materiality of the Voice In Ghanaian Pentecostal-Charismatic Pedagogy
Obsidian Use In Formative Period Honduras
Learning Advocacy As Parental Involvement: Language Socialization of Invisible Work Among Latina Mothers of Children with Disabilities In Northern California
By Any Means Necessary? Neoliberalism, Policing and the Politics of Guns In Detroit
Eclipse of the Public: Occupy Oakland In a Body-Politics of Understanding
Diasporic Engagements with the 1991-2002 Civil War In Sierra Leone
The English "Craze": Discourses of Globalization At a Multilingual Orphanage In Suburban New Delhi
Sex Materialized: Archaeological Perspectives On 19th Century Women's Health
Dancing Identities, Resistant Methodologies:  Tracing Embodied Memory In "Ethnic" Dance Traditions
Africa and Portugal: Portugal and America
La Frontera Sur Across Digital Borders: Echándole Ganas (“Working Hard”) From the Everyday Into the Mainstream Media
Resource Curses, Development and International Solidarity: Contemporary Angola and the Places of Ethnography
University of California, Berkeley and University of California, San Francisco
University of California, Irvine
MOVEMENT, MOBILITY, DISPLACEMENT: MIGRATORY IMAGINARIES OF THE CITY
ASSOCIATION FOR POLITICAL AND LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY (APLA) PANEL FOR NEW PhDs: LAUNCHING A CAREER IN ACADEMIA
EMERGING SOCIALITIES: TOWARDS AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF SOCIAL MEDIA
LLEWELLYN SALON-PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED
TOWARD NEW FIGURATIONS OF MINORITIZATION – AND BEYOND; OR, JAPAN AND AMERICA, IN ANOTHER TRAVERSAL OF THE TRANSPACIFIC
Sacred Knowledges, Expert Opinions: Medicine, Jurisprudence, and the Authorization of Kidney Sales In Iran
Foragers, Kinship Networks, and the Evolution of Cooperation
Remaking the Inside/Out: Diasporic Imaginaries and Dense Networks In Beirut’s Urban Fringe
Friend or Freund: Facebook and Socialities of Scale In Digital Berlin
On the Virtues of Seeing – At Least, but Never Only – Double: Reflections On the Possible Impossibility of Being – of African American Japanese
The Origins of Contingent Reciprocity
Face Value: Brehon Judgments In Early Christian Ireland and Problems of Representating Economy
“Acting and Feeling” Publics: Media Circulations and the Experience of Personal Technology
Consuming (im)Mobility: Vietnam, the WTO, Money, and Motorbikes
Tolerating Cultural Rights, Purifying Experience: The Limits of Culture and Policy in the EU
Space Performativity: Vietnamese Lesbian Gender and Community Space In the Production of Neoliberalized Subjectivities               
Brotherly Love: Engendering Fraternity In Women’s Masonic Lodges In Italy
The 214 Sq. Ft. Installation Project: Anthropological Inquiry At the Intersection of Design, Ethnography, and Advocacy
Puro Güey:  Fast Food and Immigration In Orange County
University of California, LA
University of California, Los Angeles
PIRACY, PROPERTY, AND POSSESSION: CULTURAL PRODUCTION AND CIRCULATION AS BORDER-CROSSINGS
BODIES CROSSING BOUNDARIES: NEGOTIATING MEANING THROUGH DISCOURSE, EMBODIMENT, AND MATERIALITY
ANIMAL CROSSINGS: MAN AND BEAST ON THE MARGINS OF CULTURE.
BOUNDARIES OF DISCIPLINE, BOUNDARIES OF KINSHIP (FIRST PART)
QUEER REPRODUCTION/S: EMERGING POSSIBILITIES FOR ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE STUDY OF BORDERS, BOUNDARIES AND CROSSINGS
MEDIATING BOUNDARIES, MEDIATING POSSIBILITIES: LANGUAGE AND TECHNOLOGIES IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF IDENTITY
SOCIETY FOR LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY (SLA) PRESIDENTIAL PANEL: FRONTIERS IN METHODOLOGY IN LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY
WHY UNIONS SHOULD MATTER TO ANTHROPOLOGY
THE ORGANIZATION OF WORK AND POLITICS IN MARINE FISHERIES.
HEALING DISCOURSE IN THE CULTURAL BORDERLANDS OF ILLNESS
DISPLACEMENT, MIGRATION AND CULTURAL BROKERING
ISLAM/RELIGION IN THE NEOLIBERAL AGE: CONFLICTS AND AFFINITIES
TASK FORCE ON RACE AND RACISM
HEATING UP: VIOLENCE, VOLATILITY, AND HISTORICAL SUBJECTIVITY IN U.N. BIOSPHERE RESERVES
COLLECTIVE IDENTITY AND COLLECTIVE MEMORY IN MOVEMENT CULTURES
BOUNDARIES OF DISCIPLINE, BOUNDARIES OF KINSHIP (SECOND PART)
SCALES OF TIME AND THE MAKING OF MATSUTAKE AND SALMON WORLDS
How Family Dynamics Can Shape Disclosure Patterns and Processes In Patients Newly Diagnosed with Huntington's Disease
Social Geographies of Knowledge and the Language of Exclusion: Transsexual Women's Strategies of Disclosure
Crisis and Collective Memory: Mobilizing Cultures of Solidarity In Pacoima
Transnational TV: Cross-Cultural Representations of Class-Based Tensions and Workplace Power Struggles In The Office
The Mathematics of Kinship
The Entangled Temporalities of Matsutake Season
Corporeal Reflexivity and Autism In Public Life
Kites and Monsters
Bosnian Mixed-Ethnicity Families and the Struggle to Go Beyond Nationalist Histories
Environmental Futures: Capitalizing On Biodiversity In Jordan's Dana Biosphere Reserve
Asylum and Population Control: Assessing UNHCR’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Program In Guatemalan Refugee Settlements
From Boomtown to Bust Town: The Impact of the U.S. Economic Crisis On Guanajuatense and Mexican Migration to Dalton, Georgia
Teaching and the Life History of Cultural Transmission In Fijian Villages
Morality, Transnationality, and Politics of Hacker Expertise
Tracking and Tolerance Among Friends In Four Cultures
Transforming Critical Discourses: The Discursive Practices of Youth Engaged In Participatory Action Research
Sacred Borderlands: The Meta-Social Functionality of Prayer
The Language Socialization of Minimally-Verbal Boys with Autism Who Are Participating In a Language Treatment Program That Targets Social Engagement
Conversations of High-Functioning Children with Autism: The UCLA Biaca Project
Haptic Epistemologies
Agency and Iconicity In Aché Language Activism: Orthographies, Phonologies, and Ideologies
Re-Imagining Indonesia: New Diversity In Javanese Photographies through Traditional Community Structures
Traditional Osteopathy: Patient Centered Medicine
The Mobile Gourmet: How Food Trucks Swayed the Popular Palate and Stirred the Culture of Gourmet Cuisine
Resilience In Family Caregivers for Late-Life Dementia Patients: The Caregiver's Path Through Grief, and Dealing with the Reality of a Significantly Changed and Declined Loved One Through Coping Tools and Developed Scripts
Structures of Sentiment: Distinct Social Attitudes Predict Giving, Taking, and Costly Punishment in a Fijian Village
“When I Open the Door to My Parents’ House, That Is a Door to a Whole New World” Language Brokering Among Arab Americans: A Study of Context
"That's Why I Say What I Say and How I Say": Tropic Construction of Political Stance In Gay Rights Canvassing Conversations
The Mysterious Murder of Javier: Politics, Sorcery and Cattle In the Dominican Republic
Toward Intercultural Universality of Neurodiversity
University of California, Riverside
SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (SMA) SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS CHAIRS MEETING
AIDS & ANTHROPOLOGY RESEARCH INTEREST GROUP OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY & MEDICINE INTEREST GROUP OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
GENDER, BODIES AND MEDICINE BETWEEN THE MARKET AND THE PUBLIC GOOD
SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (SMA) DISABILITY RESEARCH INTEREST GROUP OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE AND INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE GROUP OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
ALCOHOL, DRUGS & TOBACCO STUDY GROUP OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (SMA) SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP MEETING: ANTHROPOLOGY AND MENTAL HEALTH (NEW!!)
EMMA GOLDMAN SALON- PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED
COUNCIL ON ANTHROPOLOGY AND REPRODUCTION OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY STUDENT ASSOCIATION OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
CRITICAL MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY FOR GLOBAL HEALTH INTEREST GROUP OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
Pushing the Margin: Women’s Labor Militancy and the Egyptian Revolt of January 25th
How Do Ideas and Practices Become Culturally Accepted?
"What's Best for the Baby": Contesting Discourses of Cesarean Section
Households, Communities and Landscapes: Deconstructing Boundaries In Science and Archaeological Practice
The Racialization of Territorial Sovereignty In the Postwar Transpacific: Okinawa and the New Transnational Empire
The Return of Socialist Humanitarians to Vietnam
Consuming Africa In Post-Socialist Russia: The Everyday Life of African Migrants
El País Sale Adelante, Pero Una Se Queda Ahí Mismo: Seasonality and Fragmentation In Chile’s Aconcagua Valley
Anticipating Need: Balancing Food, Money and Health
Population Forecasting Using Agent Based Computational Demography
Gendered Memory and Reconcilation: Revisiting the Culture of Segregation In South Texas
Sanitariums to Psychics and Suburban Witchcraft: Psychologies of Bodies and Expanding Scapes of Care
University of California, San Diego
RELUCTANT ACTIVISTS: SINCERITY AND DOUBT IN EMERGENT FORMS OF PUBLIC LIFE
RELIGION AND MASCULINITY: CULTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS AND GENDERED REALITIES
BEYOND BORDERS AND CROSSINGS: HYBRIDITY AND FLUIDITY IN PHYSICAL AND IDEOLOGICAL BOUNDARIES
HEALING DISCOURSE IN THE CULTURAL BORDERLANDS OF ILLNESS
CROSS-DISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO 'BORDERS AND CROSSINGS'
HIERARCHY, VALUES, AND THE VALUE OF HIERARCHY
IGAPP PANEL: BUREAUCRACY, STANDARDS AND THE MAKING OF ORDER
MEDIATED BORDERS: ROUCH, REVERSAL, AND REFLECTIONS ON ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM
EMBODIED MORALS, DEMORALIZED MINDS: CROSSING CONTESTED BOUNDARIES
Participant (Anthropology)   Rupturing the Boundary:  Re-Thinking the (U.S.-Mexico) Border
Changed Men: Conversion, “spiritual Masculinity,” and the Challenge of Evangelical Ethics to the Marianismo-Machismo Polarity In Urbanizing Costa Rica
Unpacking Ethnographic Film: Imbricated Border Crossings and the Communicative Gap In Spectatorship
“We Sweat, They Launder”: The Moral Economy of Commodity-Based Cultures In Cartagena, Colombia
Grammatical Indexing of Home Base In Travel Narratives of Migrant P'urhepecha
Fluid Uses of Sign and Spanish Between An Included Deaf Student and Her Hearing Classmates In Iquitos, Peru
The Fear of Being Conned: Dilemmas of 2011-12 Protests In Russia
And the Word Was God: Immanence, Immediacy, and the Corporeality of Language In Catholic Charismatic Religious Healing
Sex Work, Heroin Injection, and Love In Tijuana: A Case Study
Giving Voice to a Speaking Body: Hysteria and the Borders of 'legitimate' Suffering
La Junta Mayor Autónoma De Palabreros Wayuu: Contesting National Unity, Consensus, and Interculturalism In a Multicultural Colombia
The Role of Family Relationships In Diabetes Self-Management
Psychedelic Treatment of, and Recovery From, Substance Dependence: A Conversion Experience?
University of California, San Francisco and Berkeley
University of California, Santa Barbara
BODIES CROSSING BOUNDARIES: NEGOTIATING MEANING THROUGH DISCOURSE, EMBODIMENT, AND MATERIALITY
BOUNDARIES OF CONSUMPTION: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON RACE, CLASS, GENDER, CITIZENSHIP AND SPACE IN CHANGING MARKETS
BILINGUAL CHILDREN, MULTIPLE LITERACIES: Children’s LITERACY PRACTICES ACROSS SETTINGS IN THE LIFEWORLD
SPACES FOR THE FUTURE: RELIGION IN URBAN PLACE-MAKING
YOUTH AS LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL EXPERTS: BLURRING, TRANSGRESSING, AND ERASING THE EXPERT/NOVICE BOUNDARY
“This Guy Says I Should Talk Like That All the Time”: Subverting Language and Gender In An American Stuttering English Comedienne’s Stand-up Routine
Naming Rights: On Being Called Out of One’s Name
Somatic Condition Affects the Development of Fundamental and Formant Frequencies During Puberty: Implications for the Evolution of Human Vocal Sexual Dimorphism
Aesthetic Space, Tasting Rooms, and Terroir-Tourism: Shifting Boundaries of Consumption
Embodied Math: Managing the Boundaries Between Physical and Abstract Space In Undergraduate Peer Explanations
Boundaries of Participation: Anchoring and Body Torque As Embodied Resources for Negotiating Multiple Interactional Engagements
Gestural Resonance: The Negotiation of Intersubjective Meaning Through Embodied Action
Hand Gesture and Identity: Evidence for the Interactional Production of “Interiority” In Discussions of Christian and Transgender Identities
Personal, Familial, and Cultural Spaces: Youth Investigating Linguistic Expertise Through a Social Justice Lens
What Counts As Language Assessment: A Child’s Redefinition of the Boundaries
Gifted Problem Solvers: Complex Cognitive and Interactional Skills In Spanish-English Interpretation by Bilingual Youth
Future Farmers and Today's Youth Experts: Student-Led Research In a High School Agricultural Education Program
Trade-Offs Between Current and Future Immune Defense: Naïve and Memory T-Cell Populations Are Associated with Differential Growth Outcomes In An Indigenous Amazonian Population
Growth Amid Uncertainty: Sustaining a System of Vineyard Labor In California's Central Coast Wine Region
Lessons In Literacy In Bilingual Peer Play In a U.S. Preschool
Individual-Level Market Integration and Group Loyalty: Exposure to Market Society Predicts Profit Motive
Partial Perspectives: Situating Gender In Contemporary Archaeological Practice
Literacy Practices In Bilingual (Nahuatl-Spanish) Preschools of Tlaxcala Mexico During Free Play
Cattle Culture, Florestania, and Perceptions of the Landscape In Acre, Brazil
Tiger Woods and the Borrowing of Blackness
Lending a Hand: Applying a Social Capital Framework to Understand the Motives to Participate In Cooperative Labor
University of California, Santa Cruz
TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL VISUAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE, PART 1
TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL VISUAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE, PART 2
CLAIM-MAKING BEYOND A HUMAN RIGHTS FRAMEWORK: FEMINIST, QUEER, AND “Other” PERSPECTIVES
ANTICIPATING CHILDREN'S FUTURES: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EVERYDAY PRACTICES AND CONCEPTIONS OF IDEAL ADULTHOOD
LIVES IN MOTION: BORDERS, CROSSINGS, AND EDUCATION FOR IM/MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH
RE-ASSESSING “BORDERS,” “BORDERLANDS, AND CROSSINGS:” LATINA/O PERSPECTIVES
ONWARD. A PANEL IN HONOR OF PAUL RABINOW.
BOUNDARIES OF CONSUMPTION: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON RACE, CLASS, GENDER, CITIZENSHIP AND SPACE IN CHANGING MARKETS
ANTHROPOLOGY AND LIFE ITSELF
OFF THE EDGE OF THE TABLE:  ACTIVELY REDEFINING THE LIMITS OF THE FOOD SYSTEM AND THE EXPERIENCE OF FOOD INSECURITY
DEFROST: THE SOCIAL AFTER-LIVES OF BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANCE
Roundtable Discussion On Race, Religion, Secularism and Luncheon with Mayanthi Fernando (registration required)
BEYOND WORK
TRANSNATIONAL CONTEXTS, GENDER HIERARCHIES AND HETEROSEXUAL MASCULINITIES
TRAVELING WAR
RELIGION, SEX, SECULARISM
SCALES OF TIME AND THE MAKING OF MATSUTAKE AND SALMON WORLDS
REGIMES OF INVISIBILITY
LANDSCAPE, VISION, WRITING
‘Making It Real:’ Young Girls of Color Organize Around Reproductive Justice
The Ambivalence of Therapy, or Why Are Doctors Afraid of Being Patients?
Learning Through Intent Community Participation
CONSTITUTIONS AS SURVIVOR STORIES
Multiplying Salmon: Temporalities of Hatchery Attachments
Experiments In the Representation of Time After Progress: A Fungal Clock
Intimacy Unveiled: Religion, Sex, and the Compulsions of Secularism
The Right to a Complete Blood Cell: Feminist Anthropological Approaches to Adivasi Politics In Western India
Managing the Non-Citizen Body: Nutrition Education, Obesity Prevention, and Limits to the Reproductive Capacities of Migrant Women In the US
A PEDAGOGY OF COMMUNITY BUILDING: RE-IMAGINING PARENT INVOLVEMENT AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZING IN POPULAR EDUCATION EFFORTS
The Pedagogy of Trauma: A Conceptual Map of "Trauma" As An Extension of Structural Violence within the Education System
An Ethnographer's Dilemma: To Feel and Not Believe
Rethinking Youth Resistance:  Borders & Transgressions In Spoken Word Activism & Pedagogy
Africanicity and Admixture: Tracing Ancestry, Ascribing Status
University of California- Los Angeles
University of Cambridge
SENSING THE POLITICAL: MATERIALITY, AESTHETICS, AND EMBODIMENT
RESEARCHING AFFECT/AFFECTING RESEARCH: EMPATHY AND IMAGINATION IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL METHODS
POSTDEMOCRACIES: ETHNOGRAPHIC ENGAGEMENTS WITH THE REJECTION OF DEMOCRATIC IDEALS
SECTION ASSEMBLY MEETING
ANTHROPOLOGICAL TEMPORALITIES: METHODS AND ONTOLOGY OF MULTI-TEMPORAL ETHNOGRAPHY
'EMERGING DONORS' IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: BORDER CROSSINGS BETWEEN RECIPIENT AND DONOR
Roundtable Discussion On the European Economic Crisis and Luncheon with Naor Ben-Yehoyada (registration required)
DESIRE AND ANTHROPOLOGY OF ECONOMY
REMOTE AND EDGY: NEW TAKES ON OLD ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEMES
EAS BOARD MEETING
Why Humans (especially simple foragers) Are So Egalitarian
Re-Discovering Development: Polish Reemergence As a Donor
Contested Prison Ground
Politicising Culture: Democracy and Election Violence In the Rift Valley, Kenya
Post-Democratic Horizons In a Post-Authoritarian State: Towards An Anthropology of Disappointment In Indonesia’s Riau Islands
Chronicles of a Death Foretold: Public Affect In Turkey After the Assassination of Hrant Dink
Resignation and Redefining Democracy – Crisis and Emergency In Italy
Understanding Borders At An ‘Entry Space’: The Changing Rooms of Women-Only In Daily Lives of Muslim Women
Religion Among Foragers
Knowledge In Time and Multi-Temporal Ethnography: Why There Is No Need for Temporality In Anthropological Analysis
Anthropological Temporalities: Heterochrony In and of Ethnography
Static Shock - Event, Anxiety and Narrative In the Anthropology of Post-Socialism
Time of Epidemics: Duration, Moment and Arrest
Across the German-Mongolian Border: Imaginations of Space and Distance In Inner Mongolia
Tone and Emotion In Musical Encounters On the Mongol-Chinese Frontier In Inner Mongolia
Intimations of Temporal Perspectivism and Chronship Among Dechen Tibetans
Holy Families: The Spirit of Kin In Post-Soviet Siberia
University of Chicago
“WHAT’S YOUR POINT?” THE POLITICAL-ECONOMY OF DISCOURSE TOPIC
FRAUGHT CONSTRUCTIONS: ANTHROPOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF ARCHITECTURE, SPACE, AND VIOLENCE
POLYPHONY IN POLITICS
ANIMAL CROSSINGS: MAN AND BEAST ON THE MARGINS OF CULTURE.
FINANCIAL CRISES, ECONOMIC ACTION, AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL PRACTICE: ETHNOGRAPHY AND CALCULATIVE REASON
RESEARCHING AFFECT/AFFECTING RESEARCH: EMPATHY AND IMAGINATION IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL METHODS
USES OF HISTORY IN LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY PANEL DISCUSSION
MASS MOURNING: OBJECTS, AFFECTS, PUBLICS
SPECIES OF NON-SAID: LINGUISTIC AND OTHER TRICKS TO LIVE, FEEL, AND KNOW THE INEFFABLE
LANGUAGES OF DEMOCRACY: VOICE, REGISTER AND THE VERNACULARIZATION OF DEMOCRATIC DISCOURSE
EDWARD SAPIR ON THE CRUCIBLE AND CONDUIT OF CULTURE SALON- PREREGISTRATION REQUIRED
ANTHROPOLOGY AND LITERARY ENGAGEMENTS: CROSSING BORDERS OF ACADEMIC AND CREATIVE WRITING
THE LIMITS OF LANGUAGE
WHERE DOES FOOD START, WHERE DOES IT END?: FOOD, BOUNDARIES, AND BORDERS IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD
PRODUCTION: MATERIAL AND IMMATERIAL DIVISIONS OF LABOR
CROSSING THE WIRES: NETWORK, SENSE, AND THE HORIZONS OF CONNECTIVITY IN EAST ASIA
CREATING A "UNIVERSAL RIGHT": THE CODIFICATION AND CIRCULATIOM OF "VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN"
ATTENTIONAL ECONOMIES OF WAR
PROTEST AND MOBILIZATION IN LATIN AMERICA
PATRIMONY AND ITS ITERATION: RUINS, RELICS AND REPRODUCTIONS IN CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICA
PERMEABLE BORDERS: NEGOTIATING BOUNDARIES OF (IL)LICIT SUBSTANCE USE
OVERLAPPING BODIES
REVISITING THE MAGICAL STATE WITH THE FUTURE IN QUESTION: IN MEMORY OF FERNANDO CORONIL
CROSS-SECTIONS OF NATURECULTURES: RACE, SPACE, AND ECOLOGIES
“A Believing and Benevolent Nation: Ecumenicism and National Solidarity In American Political Development”
No Such Agency: Surveillance In the Post-Privacy Era
Political Movements: The Revolutionary Aesthetics of Syrian Dabke
“From State of Emergency to States of Emergence: The Politics of Giving Among American Muslims Post-9/11”
On Biopolitics and the Attachment to Life: No-World Aesthetics and the Ellipsis
Speaking Kurdish In Public: Intelligibility and Voicing In Political Speech In Turkey
John Gumperz's Discourse Strategies
What Kinship Is Not -- Biology
Mediatized Metapragmatics On Radio Pacha Qamasa's "Akhulli Amuyt’awi"
The Silence Is the Message: Models of Deafness and the Production and Uptake of American Sign Language
Enacting Utopias of Health In Caracas
Beating As a Form of Care: Gesture, Affect, and Play In Disciplinary Practices In Rural Morocco
An Epistemological Rainbow Coalition for Ethical Peer Review In Non-Clinical Research
Russian Transparency Tools: Internet Democracy As Media Ideology
Unmarked Citizens or Dependent Citizens? Domestic Violence Legislation and Gendered Claims On the State In India
Taxi-Drivers, Infrastructural Aesthetics, and Urban Transformations In Mumbai
Experimental Properties: Soil Surveys, Land Deeds, and Capturing the Climatic Event In Guyana
Producing the Divine Through the Earthly: Making Material Things, Immaterial Ends, and Political Authorization On Ancient Armenia's Tsaghkahovit Plain
From Beach-Boys Into Councilors: Desire, Gossip, and Samburu Masculinities In Kenya’s Ethno-Erotic Economies
Votive Litter, Public Space, and the Vanitas of Mass Mourning
Totalitarian Tears: The Anxious Authenticity of Mass-Mediated Grief
Democracy Through Hierarchy: Religious Deliberation At Brazilian Candomblé Conferences
The Referendum and the Boycott: Foreign Oversight and the Voices of Democracy In Post-Conflict Macedonia
Out of One, Many: Cultivating Emplaced Authenticity In Landscapes of Iteration and Itineracy
Sticky Goosefoot
The Duty to Remember: Understanding the Concept of Memory within the Spanish Historical Memory Movements
In Conclusion: Global Politics, Translation and Interdiscursivity
Introduction: Thinking Through Cross-Sections of Race-Nature-Culture
Designing the Urban Subject: Housing, Architecture, and Practices of Belonging In Luanda, Angola
Spatial Occupations: Transforming Militarized Zones In Palestine/Israel
Epistemic Cultures and Therapeutic Economies: Medicine After State Socialism
Recovering Health: Tibetan Medicine and Biomcosmopolitics In Russia
Exhausting Efforts: The Promises and Pressures of Motherhood In Senegal’s National Preschool System
The Social Ontology of Cultural Objects: Materiality In the Religious Systems of Angkor and the Inca
Liberty and Leviathanism: How the Whale is Becoming a Person in the Twenty-First Century
The Blurring Boundaries of Ethics and Legality: Food Acquisition and State Power In Cuba
The Ambivalent Embryo: Materiality, Virtuality, and the Care of the Seed
And Say the Cat Responded? Moving Closer to the Feline Gaze
Modern Bodies, Modern Means: The Material Culture of Bodily Maintenance In 19th-Century Chicago
Analyzing Skeletons, Imagining the Body: Interpretations of Late Bronze Age (1500-1150 BC) Human Remains From Armenia
Imperial Environments: A Political Ecology Case Study From Ziyaret Tepe, Turkey, 1st Millennium Bce
"Caste, Labor, and the City: The Life of Jati among migrant workers in Delhi"
Fates Worse Than Death: Destruction and Social Attachment In Timor-Leste
Risky Exchanges: The Flows and Futures of Private Agency Adoption In the U.S
Undeniable Statements: Other Minds and the Intelligibility of Deaf Writing
"the Irishman for Usquebaugh”: Gaelic Lords, Imperial Interlopers, and Whiskey In Early Modern Ireland
Eating Our Problems Away: Nutria and the Limits of Edibility In Louisiana
Cake Conquers the World: The Aesthetics of Hegemony In North American Cookbook Design
Engaging Female Genital Surgeries without Moral Panic
Chicha and Neighborhood Political Ecology In Ancient Peru
Nostalgia As Critique of the Past: Examining the Diasporic Reinvention of the Nation
The Authentication of Sierra Leonean Refugees: Competing Ideologies of the Acoustic Charateristics of Voice
Crisis Is a Country: From 9/11 to 24/7
“Gimme Some Sugar, Baby”: Bodies, Sweetness and Consumption In Early Global Food Markets
Visibility and (Sub)Urban Pueblo Spaces
Dynamic Subjectivities and Semiosis in a Western Amazonian Healing Ritual
Badness, Madness and the Brain:  Concepts of Legal and Biological Responsibility In a Neuro Era
"So I Changed My Name to Next Generation":' Artists' "Coming Out" Narratives In Kenya's Creative Economy
Affective Registers of “Training” In Tokyo’s Commuter Train Network
University of Copenhagen
IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN: RELIGION AND TRANS/NATIONAL POLITICS
GRAENSEOVERSKRIDENDE: OVERSTEPPING BOUNDARIES BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IN GLOBALIZING SCANDINAVIAN STATES.
ANTHROPOLOGY OF AGING AND LIFE COURE INTEREST GROUP (AALCIG) BOARD MEETING, BUSINESS MEETING & PANEL
BORDERLINE INTIMACIES: SINO-XENO ENCOUNTERS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA AND INNER ASIA
POLITICAL ANTHROPOLOGY OF SCANDINAVIA AFTER 22/7
Vertically Challenged: Climatic Borders, Ecological Crossings and Water Politics In the Andes
Vertical Connections: Sowing and Harvesting Water In the Peruvian Andes
Water, Verticality, Pressure.  Physical Borders and Social Crossings In Arequipa, Peru
Family Inheritance In Egalitarian Welfare Society: Property and Obligations Among Danish House Owners
Caribbean Immigrants In Danish Society: Negotiating Formal Regulations and Informal Relations
Business as usual? The Muslim Question in Denmark after the Breivik murders
The Becoming of Bread
‘Uncertain tastes’: Learning Hunger and Fullness
Enacting Prophylactic ICD Therapy In the Clinic and the Home
Prophecies of Unity, Practices of Discord: Syrian Christians In Volatile Times
Between God and the Party: An Exploration of the Religious Lives of Chinese Urban Youth
Participant-Obviation: Studying Chinese Infrastructure Projects In Mongolia and Mozambique Collaboratively
Unrequited Love: A Chinese Agricultural Entrepreneur and His Romance with Mongolia
Spy Regimes: “the Uygur Question” In Western China and Beyond
Caught In the Cocaine Trade
"We're Not As Afraid Anymore": Fear, Hope and Uncertainty Across Two Generations In Cairo
University of Florida
AAA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
ANTHROPOLOGICAL COMMUNICATION COMMITTEE (ACC)
Text Analysis: Systematic Methods for Analyzing Qualitative Data (registration required)
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) & Cultural Anthropology: An Introduction to GIS As Method and Application in Anthropological Research (registration required)
AAA GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE TASK FORCE MEETING
AAA OPEN FORUM: ANTHROPOLOGY EDUCATION IN K-14 CONTEXTS -- A DIALOGUE WITH THE AAA EDUCATION TASK FORCE
THE RACE PROJECT AND PUBLIC EDUCATION: OUTREACH ACROSS SCHOOL/UNIVERSITY BORDERS
CROSSING BORDERS: THE ON-GOING WORK AND LEGACY OF JOHNNETTA BETSCH COLE 
KNOWLEDGE BOUNDARIES: CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES IN STUDYING INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE
BORDERS AND CROSSINGS BY LAND, SEA, AND AIR: GEOSPATIAL ADVANCES IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH
WOMEN, AGRICULTURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE
WHO COUNTS AND WHO DOES THE COUNTING: MEASURING RACE AND RACISM WITHIN ANTHROPOLOGY
IMPLEMENTING PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH: CONSTRAINTS AND SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES
CROSS-DISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO 'BORDERS AND CROSSINGS'
RED CROSS, RED CRESCENT, BLUE HELMETS: MEDICAL HUMANITARIANISM IN STATES OF EMERGENCY
Introduction to Social Network Analysis (registration required)
BORDERLINE CULTURES: THE CHALLENGE OF LIVING BETWEEN SOCIETIES
CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY AND ANTHROPOLOGY: CROSSING MULTIPLE BORDERS AND SCALES
CULTURE AND NATURE: ENVIRONMENTAL KNOWLEDGES, RIGHTS, AND DISCOURSES
THE PUBLIC ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE EAST JAPAN DISASTER: DECONSTRUCTION OF BORDERS AND THE FORMATION OF A NEW COMMUNITY
The Contribution of Ecological Anthropology to the Study of Biocultural Diversity
Security, Commensurate and Incommensurable, In Ghana’s off-Shore Oil Fields 
US Anthropology Through the Lens of Notes From the Natives
Engaging with Diverse Farm Populations: Case Studies of Organic and Row-Crop Farmers In the Southeastern US
Migration and Theatre Practices In Mali 
Dissolution of Cultural Politics and Changing Rights to Water In the Andes of Southern Peru
Kukosa Damu: Maternal Perceptions of Infant Anemia Status and Consequences for Infant Care In North-Central Tanzania
Digital Storytelling In the Classroom: New Media Techniques for An Engaged Anthropological Pedagogy
Mexican Immigrant Food Preferences and Health:  Intracultural Diversity In the Dimension of Desirability
Vodou and Trees: An (Arbori)Cultural Exploration
What Happens When MSF Leaves? Health Workers Imagine the State In Post-Conflict Liberia
Off the Beaten PATH: A Yiddish Travelog to the Killing Fields of Poland
Immigrants in jeopardy: TV games of immigrant belonging in Bulgaria and the Netherlands
Calling Networks and Kerekere: The Role of Mobile Phones In Fijian Rural-Urban and Transnational Exchange Practices
Burying the Other: Modeling the Role of Immigrants In Indus Civilization Social Structure Through Isotopic Mortuary Analysis
Camelids Through Time In Southern Peru
Chinese Migrants In Ghana and Elsewhere In Africa
Culture, Status and Health: The Relationship Between Subjective Social Status and Local Cultural Consonance In Lifestyle On Health In Southeastern Puerto Rico
Neo-Indigenous Local Ecological Knowledge: Intergenerational Transmission and Expertise of a Florida Cracker Family
Cultural Politics and Cultivating a Transnational Citizenry of Yoruba Practitioners
Negotiating Global Health Policy and Indigenous Rights: The Changing Roles of Maya Midwives In Guatemala
Is Disaster Risk Reduction Possible Under Neoliberal Economic Rule? An Anthropological Perspective
Between City and Sierra: Rethinking Ethnographic Approaches to Migration In Contemporary Peru
Llamas In the City: Urban Herding At the Ancient Andean Center of Tiwanaku, Bolivia (AD. 600-1100)
The Adaptation Exchange:  An Interactive Platform for Scientist-Practitioner Dialog and Learning about Agricultural Adaptation In the Southeast U.S
Power and Policy In South Africa’s Fair Trade Wine Industry
How Do Western Educators Use Chinese Names to Save Face and Negotiate Their Cultural Identity in Taiwan?
Gendered Erasure: Reclaiming Mambo Cécile Fatiman In Haitian Memory
The Politics of Border Construction and Maintenance Among the Ancient Maya: A Perspective From Naachtun, Peten, Guatemala
Using Virtual Technology to Understand Thickspiration Among African Diaspora Women
Not Violence or Hatred, but Preoccupied Distance: An Ethnography of Women In a West Bank Jewish Settlement
“Everyone Needs a Little Abuse to Get Good, don’t They?”: Abuse Vs. Discipline Vs. Entitlement In Professionalized Youth (Sport) Cultures
Engaged, Evocative Ethnography to Document Unacknowledged Black Pioneers of Immokalee, Florida
Democratizing the Canon: Institutionalizing a Decolonized Anthropology
“I Live Here, Too/I Want Freedom/Just As You.”: Migration, Mortality, and Belonging In Emancipation Era Washington, DC
University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
University of Georgia
LITERARY ETHNOGRAPHY: ANTHROPOLOGY THAT BREAKS BORDERS AND BREAKS YOUR HEART
THE GLORIFICATION OR DORIFICATION OF SPANISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING IN THE U.S. COMMENTS:
BUREAUCRATIC BORDERS: INVESTIGATING QUESTIONS OF ACCESS IN SECONDARY IMMIGRANT SCHOOL CONTEXTS
ENGAGING WITH BIOMEDICINE FROM BEYOND ITS BORDERS
ROOTS IN TRANSITION: TRANSNATIONALISM AND PRACTICES OF MEMORY
Mississippi Zen: Translingual Memoir of Class and Spirituality In the U.S
Heteroglossic Practices In the Digital Borderlands: Complexities In the Use of Spanish In Online Domains
The Dorification of Spanish Language Programming: Research On An Emergent K-5 Bilingual Program
Seeing the Trees for the Forest: Balloon Aerial Photography and the Question of Scale In Land-Use and Landscape Change Studies
Using Collaborative Methodologies to Understand Indigenous Knowledge: Experiences From Panama
Engaging with Diverse Farm Populations: Case Studies of Organic and Row-Crop Farmers In the Southeastern US
Harry F. Wolcott As Trail Blazer: Border Challenges and Complaints
#GAMEDEV: Game Developers Producing Culture In 140 Characters or Less
Latino Futures In the Piedmont: Youth Experiences with Education and Work In One North Georgia Community
Taking U into the Future: The Importance of Engaged Ethnography In Shaping State and Federal Mineral Policy
Mentors, Friends, and Co-Workers: An Analysis of Emerging Network Ties and Social Capital In An Undergraduate Research Network
The Adaptation Exchange:  An Interactive Platform for Scientist-Practitioner Dialog and Learning about Agricultural Adaptation In the Southeast U.S
Altars and Thresholds: Significance of Now-Rooz for the Persian Immigrant Community
Marketing Identity: The Place of Business and Business of Place In Mexican Food
Finding A Solid Place On Transitory Ground: Transnational Identification In a New Class of Hispanic Immigrants
Landscapes of the Interior: Ethnobotany and Senses of Place Among Karen Refugees
Border Crossings and Conservation: Towards An Out of Place Sense of Place
“Such Stuff As (academic) Dreams Are Made On": Teaching Shakespeare Through Performance
University of Hawai'i at Manoa
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
“A CONVERSATION WITH BAY AREA HOUSING ACTIVIST JESSE TREPPER”
THE RESTLESS ANTHROPOLOGIST: CROSSING BORDERS TO NEW FIELDSITES
AAA GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE TASK FORCE MEETING
ANDEAN ENCOUNTERS ACROSS DIFFERENCE: NEW FRONTIERS, FAMILIAR STORIES?
THE ETHNOGRAPHER'S CRAFT: WORKS INSPIRED BY RUTH BEHAR I
HETEROGLOSSIA, PERFORMANCE, POWER AND PARTICIPATION
STUDENT ASSOCIATION OPEN FORUM BUSINESS MEETING
Writing Ethnography (registration required)
ANDEAN FRONTIERS, TEMPORAL BORDERS, ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERIPHERIES: THINKING IN THE MARGINS WITH FRANK SALOMON
REGIMES OF INVISIBILITY
Historicizing Manama's Mana
Long Exposures: The Burden of Being There with Cameras
Telling Untellable Tales: A Method of Discomfort
Transformative Milestones In Longitudinal Ethnographic Resesarch
Kinship As Central to a Cognitive Anthropology
Creating EU citizens in the courts: the "Affermazione Civile" project and its corollaries in the continuing fight over recognition of rights for same-sex couples in Italy
Everyday Action and the Rise and Decline of Ancient Polities: Household Strategy and Political Change In Postclassic Central Mexico
Local Perspectives On Climate Change In the Ancient Maya World
La Danza Cristiana: Indigenous Youth and New Liturgical Practices In the Ecuadorian Andes
Spontaneous Cross-Border Marriage Leashed by Population Govermentation In Southwest China: Citizenship, Genealogy, and Ambiguous Belongingness
Same but Different?: Youth Employment and Mobility Prospects In Precarious Neoliberal Labor Regimes In Japan, South Korea and the United States
Trans-Atlantic Borders: Expanding Identities Through Tourism and Vodún In Bénin, West Africa
Population Forecasting Using Agent Based Computational Demography
Pre-Aztec Social Change In Postclassic Central Mexico: A Multiscalar Approach
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
“A CONVERSATION WITH BAY AREA HOUSING ACTIVIST JESSE TREPPER”
THE RESTLESS ANTHROPOLOGIST: CROSSING BORDERS TO NEW FIELDSITES
CURRENT ISSUES IN BORDER THEORY: INFLUENTIAL VOICES ACROSS GEOGRAPHIES
ANTHROPOLOGISTS EVERYWHERE: TRADITIONS AND FRONTIERS IN WORLD ANTHROPOLOGIES
RECONFIGURING THE AMERICAN DREAM: IMAGINARIES, AFFECT, POLITICS
CROSSING BOUNDARIES THROUGH DIGITAL COMMUNICATION: ETHNOGRAPHY OF CYBERCONNECTIVITY
AAA PAST PRESIDENT'S BREAKFAST
SPEAKING ACROSS BORDERS: LANGUAGE, MOBILITY AND COMMUNITY
SCHOOLS AS COMMUNITIES, COMMUNITIES AS SCHOOLS: CONTEXTUALIZING LEARNING AND COLLECTIVE AGENCY IN EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS -- ORGANIZED BY THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH INTEREST GROUP
Looking Back: Life History and Higher Education for Highland Minorities In Northern Thailand
Children Creating Community Through Solidarity and Distinction In the Classroom: Primary School Students In Ayacucho, Peru
Race, Revulsion, and Humor: A Historical Appraisal of Portrayals of Chinese-English Linguistic Hybridity
The Border Thickens: On Migrant Dreams and the New Nightmares of Insecurity
Mobilizing Ethnic Boundaries Through Mobile Communication: Young Minority Migrant Workers' Homeland Networks In Urban China
Same but Different?: Youth Employment and Mobility Prospects In Precarious Neoliberal Labor Regimes In Japan, South Korea and the United States
The Cost of Crossing Over: Enforcing Boundaries of Ethnicity and Class In Modern Cemeteries of the Metropolitan District of Quito, Ecuador
Between Analysis and Activism In Multi-Level Research: Anthropological Engagements with Nature Conservation Governance In Uganda
Transnational Borders, Transitional Identities: Zimbabwean Migrant Sculptors As National Threat In South Africa
University of Kent, Canterbury, UK - SAC - Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing
University of Kentucky
CLAIM-MAKING BEYOND A HUMAN RIGHTS FRAMEWORK: FEMINIST, QUEER, AND “Other” PERSPECTIVES
HEALTHCARE DECISION-MAKING AT THE BORDERS: NEGOTIATING KNOWLEDGE, ALTERNATIVES, AND EMOTION IN TIMES OF PERSONAL CRISIS
CONSTITUTING AND CONSTRUCTING KINSHIP AND FAMILY IN MODERNIZING STATES
THERAPEUTIC ENCOUNTERS AND ECONOMIES: EMERGING RESEARCH ON HEALTH AND MEDICINE IN RUSSIA AND EASTERN EUROPE
HOUSEHOLDS SHAPE HISTORY IN ANCIENT MESOAMERICA
GETTING AROUND: MOBILITY AS A FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING POWER
INDIGENEITY WITHOUT BORDERS: MEDIATING LANGAUGE AND INDIGENOUS DIASPORAS IN THE AMERICAS
SOLON T. KIMBALL AWARD FOR PUBLIC AND APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY
DEBATING THE FUTURE OF FEMINIST ANTHROPOLOGIES: A GLOBAL CONVERSATION
SOYUZ: POST-COMMUNIST CULTURAL STUDIES INTEREST GROUP
FIVE FIELDS UPDATE
Three Types of Negotiation At Ancient Ucí, Yucatan, Mexico
Unemployment Commodified: In/Visibility of Rural Unemployment in Kentucky and South Carolina
“Mwa Cela Kuli?”: Complicating and Complimenting Anthropological Research with Geographic Information Science (GISc)
The Aporias of Green Energy: Land, Sovereignty, and the Production of Solar Energy In Pre-Saharan Morocco
Publishing without Perishing: Sharing Ideas & Challenging the Closed System of Academic Anthropology
Stop and Go: Labor, Negotiation, and Fast Food Mobility In Beirut
"There’s An App for that”: Bridging Diaspora Through Chickasaw Language Revitalization Media
In Search of Subsistence: Highland Maya Migration – An “Old” Solution to New Problems
Skipping the Fair This Year: Socio-Economic Boundary-Making and the Everyday Politics of Inclusion—and Exclusion—at a Honduran Town Fair
Missionary Politics and Shuar Activism In Post-Neoliberal Ecuador
Protracted Displacement, Social Welfare, and Healthcare In Contemporary Georgia
Mobile Maids and Fictive Kin In Jordan
Kurdish Patronymic Alternatives to Turkish Surnames and the Inclusion of Women In Patrilineages
Patriliny and Cloistering In the Kurdistan Region of Iraq
Spaces of Transformation: Mexican Immigrant Women On the Sexual Education of Their Children
From Biomedical Diagnosis to Popular Diet: Blurring Epistemological Borders In the Gluten-Free Diet Boom
Exploring Moroccan Identities: The Tension Between Traditional and Modern Cuisine In An Urban Context
“So, the First Thing, without Even Talking It Over, They Took the Baby”: Family Discontinuity, the State and the Moral Politics of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
University of Lethbridge
University of Manchester
TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL VISUAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE, PART 1
TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL VISUAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE, PART 2
AUDIBLE OBSERVATORIES: CONTEMPORARY ART PRACTICES IN CONVERSATION WITH ANTHROPOLOGIES OF VOICE AND SOUND.
DISPLACEMENTS AND INEQUALITIES: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL CAPITALISM
CROSS-DISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO 'BORDERS AND CROSSINGS'
MEDIATED BORDERS: ROUCH, REVERSAL, AND REFLECTIONS ON ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM
NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF EUROPE: THE SAE STUDENT PAPER PRIZE
BROKERING THE BORDER: GATE-KEEPERS WITHIN THE GOVERNANCE OF INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY
MAKING SPACE PUBLIC IN AN AGE OF PRIVATIZATION: REPORTS FROM THE 21st CENTURY CITY
IMAGINED CROSSINGS: ETHNOGRAPHIC REFLECTIONS ON NEW IDIOMS OF CONNECTION AND THE RE-IMAGINATION OF BOUNDARIES.
Participant (Anthropology)
Denied Kin and Deprived of Care: Women’s Narratives of Dispossession In Goroka Town of the Eastern Highlands, Papua New Guinea
Downstreaming Competencies: Administrative Knowledge and Technical Form in Riverine Defense
The power and politics of evaluating European Capitals of Cultural: a comparative study of Liverpool and Marseilles
Time and the Afghan Other: Multi-Temporal Relations of Conducting Fieldwork Along the Tajik-Afghan Border
Resourcing Relations At a Gap Year Organisation
"A Con Artist of the Very Best Kind": Contested Ethics of Residence Brokerage In Migrant Moscow
Un/Able to Move: Matses Children and Bodily Dynamism In Peruvian Amazonia
A Critical View of the Stasis/Mobility Binary
University of Massachesetts
University of Massachusetts Amherst
BARE BONES: CIVIL WAR AND MEMORY POLITICS IN CONTEMPORARY SPAIN
LITERARY ETHNOGRAPHY: ANTHROPOLOGY THAT BREAKS BORDERS AND BREAKS YOUR HEART
EUROPEANIZATION AND DISCOURSES OF CRISIS, CULTURAL POLICY, AND DEMOCRACY
COMMITTEE ON MINORITY ISSUES IN ANTHROPOLOGY (CMIA) BUSINESS MEETING
SOCIETY FOR LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY (SLA) BOARD MEETING
ILLUSTRATING SOCIAL NETWORKS AND IDENTITY THROUGH ASSEMBLAGES
MOBILITY AND MINORITIZING IDENTITIES ACROSS BORDERS AND WITHIN BOUNDARIES
Fast Fashion & Transnational Tots
Radical Roots, Critical Collaborations: Public Health Educators and Applied Medical Anthropology
Troubled Bodies: Performative Violence and Agency In Mexico
Beyond Evidence: Photographic Discourse and the Historical Memory Movement
Beyond the Plaza: Barcelona’s Okupa Squatter Activists At Work In the Wake of La Crisis
Beyond the Fortress: The Border Assemblage of the New Europe
The Ethical Dimensions of Digital Storytelling As a Method of Participatory Anthropology Research and Practice
Co-Creating Heritage Landscapes: A Topographical Inquiry of Urban Historic Centers In Late Socialist Cuba
“It Is the Mothers Who Seem to count”: An Intersectional Historical Archaeology At the W. E. B. Du Bois Homesite, Great Barrington, MA
United In Difficulty: The European Union's Use of Shared Problems As a Way to Encourage Solidarity
“All In the Family:” New Solidarities and Moral Gift Economies In the Post-Welfare State In Italy
Strategic Moves: Phoenician Economic Tactics In Cyprus
Pigs and People: Iron Age II Period (1000-586 BCE) South Levantine Faunal Remains and Ancient Identity 
Private Money and U.S. Public Education Policy: Methodological Challenges of An Anthropology of Elite Neoliberal Policy Worlds
University of Massachusetts at Boston
University of Michigan
ANTHROPOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY (A&E) DISSERTATION WORKSHOP
EXPATS, ENGLISH, AND ENTREPRENEURS
THE WORK AND LEGACY OF IVAN KARP
THICK TIMES: HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS AT A CULTURAL CONJUNCTURE
WHAT PIRACY TEACHES US ABOUT STATES, MARKETS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
ENUMERATING ENVIRONMENTS: ETHNOGRAPHIES OF BROKERS, ANALYSTS, AND INTERMEDIARIES
AMERICAN INDIAN "HISTORICAL TRAUMA": CRITICAL ASSESSMENT AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
IN AND OUT OF BOUNDS: SEXUALITY, GENDER, CLASSIFICATION, AND CONTESTATION
THE ETHNOGRAPHER'S CRAFT: WORKS INSPIRED BY RUTH BEHAR I
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' RIGHTS AND NATURAL RESOURCE EXTRACTION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA:  AN INTERNATIONAL LIVE STREAMING DISCUSSION
IMAGINING THE CORPORATE PERSON
CROSS-DISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO 'BORDERS AND CROSSINGS'
HETEROGLOSSIA, PERFORMANCE, POWER AND PARTICIPATION
A SUM GREATER THAN ITS PARTS: MULTI-DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ON LATER HUMAN EVOLUTION
ANDEAN FRONTIERS, TEMPORAL BORDERS, ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERIPHERIES: THINKING IN THE MARGINS WITH FRANK SALOMON
RETHINKING INTERSECTIONALITY: TRANSNATIONAL CONSTITUTION OF SEXUALITY AND GENDERED/RACIAL SUBJECTIVITIES
TOURIST BORDER CROSSINGS
Who Do We Write for Now?
Territoriality, Tolerance and Testosterone: Hormonal Correlates of Male Chimpanzee Behavior and Their Implications for Human Evolution
Theorizing Self-Representation In Ethnographic Texts: Towards a Beharian Reflexivity
Imagining Corporate Personhood
Performing Extracomunitari: Mocking Migrants In Veneto Barzellette
Site (De)Formation Processes and Taphonomies of Violence: The Sonoran Desert, Undocumented Migration, and the Hybrid Collectif of “Prevention Through Deterrence”
The Aesthetic Body Politic: Contested National Imaginaries In Chinese Dance
New Media and the Production of Orthodoxy In the Catholic Philippines
A Commitment to the Struggle: Afro-Brazilians, African Americans, and the Transnational Politics of Black Identification
The Future of the Gay City
On Stray-Ness and National “Image.” Bucharest’s Stray Dogs, and the Re-Configuration of the Socialist Past
"the Avunculate As An Aspirational Kinship Idiom In West Africa."
Mambai Cosmologies and the Lively Extractive Frontier of Southwestern East Timor
Brokering Taste In the Indian Tea Auction
Producing Iyashi: Commercial Sex As Healing
Can the Corporation Speak?
Generalizing Caste: Caste As Inherited Inequality In the Social Sciences and Dalit Activism
Repost, Recirculate, Remix: Media and Opposition to Mining In Guatemala
The “Maintenance” of Love: The Mediation of Familial Relations In the South African Maintenance Court
Coming Out of Multiple Closets: Undocumented Latino Immigrants’ Use of Queer Politics
Dreams and Ghosts: Indian Migrant Labor In the Gulf
Revolutionary Care Under Chávez’s Venezuela
Border-Crossing and the Politics of Body Modification Among Puerto Rican Transgender Women: Findings From the TRANS-Forma Project
Shaping Individual and Collective Subjectivities: An In Progress Update on American Indian Historical Trauma on a Great Plains Reservation
Rethinking American Indian Historical Trauma: Lessons from an Early Gros Ventre War Narrative
Narratives of self-Discovery: the politics of naming and labeling among adults with developmental disability in Japan
The Call Concentrate: A Case of Captivity
Reflections On the Emergence of the Moral Self In Ethnographic Inquiry
Residential Desires: Class Shifts and Spatial Conflicts In a Detroit Historic District
Producing Domestics: Family, Nation, and Female Migrant Workers In Beirut, Lebanon
Cleaning up Documents:  Digital Documents, Global English and Corporate Voice In a South Korean Marketing Firm
Pharmaceutical Subjectivities and Resistance Among the “Disordered Accused” of Toronto’s Mental Health Court: Critical Analysis In the Margin Between Social Theory and An Ethnography of Suffering and Surveillance
The Taking of the Green Gold Highway: A View of Place and Time In the Commodity Protests of Argentina’s Yerba Mate Harvesters   
Objects and Demonic Agency In An Ache Community
Piracy and the Legal Architecture of Global Commerce and Security
Coordinating Potential: Software Startups and Venture Capital In Beirut
Style, Stance and Social Inequality In Contemporary Syria
University of Michigan Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor - Doctoral Program in Social Work and Social Science
University of Michigan-Flint
University of Minnesota
TRAUMA, DISPLACEMENT AND WELL-BEING AMONG RESETTLED REFUGEES
COMMITTEE ON MINORITY ISSUES IN ANTHROPOLOGY (CMIA) BUSINESS MEETING
BUILDING EVIDENCE IN EVALUATION ANTHROPOLOGY
NEW DISPOSSESSIONS: IMAGINING NON-MATERIAL ORIGINS FOR ACCUMULATION
Rethinking Context and Theory in Ethnographic Research Design (registration required)
THE GLORIFICATION OR DORIFICATION OF SPANISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING IN THE U.S. COMMENTS:
UNCIVIL DISOBEDIENCE: GEOGRAPHIES OF INSURRECTION
POLITICS AND THE EVENTEDNESS OF NATURE
PACIFIC MASCULINITIES
Methodology Is Theoretical: An Ethnographic Approach to Finance Capital
Discourses of Equality, Citizenship and Opportunity In Spanish-English Bilingual Schooling
Off the Stage, Into the Square: Avant-Garde Performers In Revolutionary Egypt
A Legacy of a Wild Tongue
The Disturbing Fetishism of Homoeconomicus, or Talking Back to Economists about the Unemployed
Papay Gyro Nights: Reflections On Islands, Eventedness and Art
Consuming Identities: The Interplay Between Cuban Citizenship, Consumption and Changing Economic Landscapes
Standard Variations: Relations, Bureaucracy, and Authority In a Maputo Clinic
Pacific Masculinities: An Overview and a Suggested Re-Orientation
Trauma and Competence In the Provision of Refugee Mental Health Services
Distribution of Housing by Gender In Central Colombia
We Are People Born Tib Wb [Afar]:  Transcending Diabetes Through Longing and Remembrance of the Homeland
Introducing One Another: Feminist Ethnography and Shared Experiences of Becoming
"We Live In What Remains": PTSD, Medicalization, and Forgiveness In Post-War Maya Guatemala
Contact Zone, Contact High: Hippie Travel In India and the Elusions of Materialist Ethics
Measured by the Qualities They Measure: The Politics of Coffee Quality Improvements
Between Gift and Accounting Measure: The Ambiguous Status of Euro Debt
University of Missouri, St. Louis
University of Nevada, Reno, School of Social Work
University of New Mexico
TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL VISUAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE, PART 1
TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL VISUAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE, PART 2
PAINTING MY FIELDNOTES: RETHINKING THE STRANGE CROSSINGS BETWEEN ARTISTS AND ANTHROPOLOGISTS.
THE TRAFFIC OF MATERIAL CULTURE: BORDER CROSSING AND THE CREATION OF (IN)STABILITY IN MATERIAL THINGS
AUDIBLE OBSERVATORIES: CONTEMPORARY ART PRACTICES IN CONVERSATION WITH ANTHROPOLOGIES OF VOICE AND SOUND.
IMPOSSIBLE POLITICS?: LAW, ILLEGALITY, AND THE NEW TEXTURES OF ‘Migrant’ MOBILIZATION
KNOTTY SEDUCTIONS:INDIGENOUS AND SETTLER POLITICS
OFF THE EDGE OF THE TABLE:  ACTIVELY REDEFINING THE LIMITS OF THE FOOD SYSTEM AND THE EXPERIENCE OF FOOD INSECURITY
IMPLEMENTING PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH: CONSTRAINTS AND SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES
TALKING ABOUT BEING IN AMAZONIA
CRITICAL APPROACHES TO ANTHROPOLOGY
CROSSINGS FROM PAST TO PRESENT: STOCKING SYMPOSIUM IN THE HISTORY OF ANTHROPOLOGY IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL PRACTICE
The History of Anthropology, Boas, and the Problem of the Present
New Deal Navajo: Language Documentation and Social Development Past and Present
Anthropology and Brazil's Xingu Indigenous Park: The Question of Where It Stands Today and How It Was First Conceptualized
Galicians and the New World: Malinowskian Ethnography and Nostalgia In Ukrainian Diaspora Studies
The Initiative to Extend Medicare to U.S. Citizens In Mexico: A Case Study In Changing U.S. Health Care Policy
Why Are Humans Such a Cooperative Species?
Why Does Status Inequality Increase with Exposure to Markets: Evidence From the Bolivian Amazon
Modernization, Sexual Risk-Taking, and Gynecological Morbidity Among Bolivian Forager-Horticulturalists
Go Home, Go Blind: A Plan for Cooperation Between Eye-Care Professionals and the Blind Community
Trench Kiln Clusters and Communal Firing In the Northern San Juan, Southestern Utah
The Impacts of Polygyny On Child Wellbeing Among the Tsimane of Bolivia
The Creative LENS of the Anthropologist As Artist
“It Is Always That Sense of wanting…never Really Being satisfied”: How Sharing “Platos”, Meal-Stretching, and Women’s Social Wealth Re-Contour the Experience of Food Insecurity In An Urban Food Desert Community
Navajo Cultural Sovereignty: The Fundamental Laws of the Diné In An Era of Decolonization Theory
Shifting Choctaw Identities: Cultural Preservation In the Casino Era
Resisting the Repressive State
“My World Is Upside Down”: Iraqi Refugee Youth and Resettlement In the United States
"Collaborative Voices On Native American Cuisine with Native American Chefs In Contemporary Southwest Kitchens"
It Gets Whiter? Gentrification, Race, and Queer Futurity In Philadelphia's Gayborhood
Oaxacan Mezcal and the Making of a Transnational Prestige Comestible
Visual Interventions for Indigenous Film Tourism
Understanding the Evolution of GIS Use In Archaeological Research Through Content Analysis
Trade-Offs Between Current and Future Immune Defense: Naïve and Memory T-Cell Populations Are Associated with Differential Growth Outcomes In An Indigenous Amazonian Population
Visibility and (Sub)Urban Pueblo Spaces
Playing and Perfecting Catholic:  Negotiating Religious Identities At St. Catherine Indian School (Santa Fe, NM) In the 1980s
University of North Carolina Greensboro
University of Notre Dame
University of Oklahoma
CROSSING BORDERS, BREAKING BOUNDARIES: FORGING TRANSNATIONAL INDIGENEITIES IN THE 21st CENTURY
THE NOMADIC WAR MACHINE- VIOLENCE WITHOUT BORDERS
THE REFUSAL OF RELATION: DESCRIBING THE SCIENCE AND POLITICS OF ISOLATION
ANTHROPOLOGIES OF UNEMPLOYMENT: DISCIPLINARY BORDERS AND CROSSINGS IN THE STUDY OF UNEMPLOYMENT
OBJECTS ENTANGLING SUBJECTS: ETHNOGRAPHIC POLITICAL ECOLOGIES OF SHIFTING COMMODITY REGIMES
POLITICAL SELVES
CROSSIING BORDERS WITH AN AMERICAN ECLECTIC:  Papers IN HONOR OF HOWARD STEIN
Introduction: The Refusal of Relation
Favela War Machines: Pacification and Profit In Olympic Rio De Janeiro
Practicing Iyadvnelidasdi: Bridging the Gap Between Speaker and Learner In Cherokee Nation
Struggling for the Future: Unemployment, Aspirations, and Cultural Change Among Youth In Urban Ethiopia
Organizational Totalitarianism, Financial Crises and the Utopian Horizons of Economics
Political Subjectivity and a Psychology of Dignity: Dignity As Discourse, Experience, and Political Economic Symptom
Free to Be Exploited: Forest Commodities and Indigenous Subjectivities In the Philippines
Kosher Feijoada: Blending Transnational and National Identities In São Paulo
The Impact of Colonization: Population Health In the Early Colonial Reducción of Magdalena De Cao Viejo In Peru
Facebookcà Cáuijó:màuhêmgù: Expanding the Speech Community of Kiowa Speakers Through Facebook
A Partnership for Improving the Outcomes of Children and Dogs On a Northern Plains Reservation
Expressions of Digital Indigeneity: Redefining Transnational Indigeneity within and Between Borders In the Aboriginal Media Arts Collective Itwé
Imaginary Communities: Dialectics of Fantasy and Failure In Nationalist Identification
University of Pennsylvania
AAA NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE
TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL VISUAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE, PART 1
TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL VISUAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE, PART 2
SHIFTING BOUNDARIES: INNOVATIVE EPISTEMOLOGICAL, METHODOLOGICAL AND DIGITAL APPLICATIONS OF ETHNOGRAPHY IN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF EDUCATION
WHY WE CAN'T ALL JUST GET ALONG: RACE, LANGUAGE, AND MEANING IN THE 2012 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
I AM THE WALRUS: ON THE TRANSFORMATION OF IDENTITY IN POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION
RECLAIMING AND RENEGOTIATING IDENTITIES: BORDER CROSSING AND SOCIAL IDENTIFICATION AMONG MINORITIZED LANGUAGE SPEAKERS
LIVES IN MOTION: BORDERS, CROSSINGS, AND EDUCATION FOR IM/MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH
VISUALIZING RESEARCH: FILMIC METHODS OF INVESTIGATION IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
ASPIRATIONAL INDIGENEITY AND EMERGING CULTURAL NORMS IN LATIN AMERICA
HOW TRANSNATIONAL MIGRANTS DECIDE WHERE TO RAISE THEIR CHILDREN
CROSSING BOUNDARIES AND BORDERS:  TRANSFORMATION OF LOCAL FOODS, FOOD COMMODITIES, AND COMMUNITY IDENTITIES IN RESPONSE TO GLOBAL POLICIES AND ECONOMIES
THE TECHNOLOGIZED CALL: SUBJECTS OF RESPONSIBILITY IN MASS-MEDIATED RELIGIONS AND CULTURES
LANGUAGES OF DEMOCRACY: VOICE, REGISTER AND THE VERNACULARIZATION OF DEMOCRATIC DISCOURSE
CITIZENSHIP AGAINST THE GRAIN
MAPPING DIASPORIC ENGAGEMENTS/MAPPING BLACKNESS(ES)
NEW FRONTIERS FOR THE BODY SALON- PREREGISTRITON REQUIRED
DISCIPLINARY BORDER CROSSINGS: NEW AND EXPERIMENTAL DATA COLLECTION METHODS FOR FOOD ANTHROPOLOGY AND FOOD STUDIES
TRANSLANGUAGING, GLOBAL HIP HOP FLOWS AND POSSIBILITIES FOR PRAXIS
CROSSING THE WIRES: NETWORK, SENSE, AND THE HORIZONS OF CONNECTIVITY IN EAST ASIA
TECHNOLOGIES, MEDICINE, AND HEALTH
COMPARING DIVERSE AND EMERGENT RESPONSES TO NEWCOMERS ACROSS THE NEW LATINO DIASPORA
HEALTH POLICY, LAW, AND POLITICS
GLOBAL PUBLIC HEALTH AND PHARMACEUTICALS
INSTITUTIONALIZING EXPERIMENTATION: THE POSSIBILITIES OF THE VISUAL IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL REPRESENTATION
Documenting the Everyday Emergency In the US Inner-City and Beyond
Theorizing the Resource-Limited Setting, a Key Concept of Global Health Knowledge Production
What Is a Horizon?
How Television Producers Do Things with Words: Linguistic Reflexivity In the Edit Suite
The 'quality' of Global Connection: NGO Interventions In Indian Rural Education
Redrawing Scientific Etiology: Who Is At Risk? and Whose Concerns Matter?
Performativity and Citationality In the Re-Branding of “Endangered Languages”
Provoking Aspiration: Negotiating the Potentiality of Identity In College Recruitment
Representing Super-Diverse Communicative Repertoires of English Language Learners Through Filmlets: At the Intersection of the Linguistic Anthropology of Education and Visual Ethnography
Bones, Blood, and Basketry: The Curation of Life by Museums and Biobanks
A Particularly Welcoming Town: Marshall and Its Unique Immigrant History
"So We Just Continue": Politics and Prophecy In Jamaica
Why the Blackness of Jesus Does and Doesn’t Matter: Anti-Racialism and Anti-Religiosity Among the African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem
Food Episodes/Social Events: Measuring the Nutritional and Social Value of Commensality
Elementary School Students As Young Ethnographers In a Community of the New Latino Diaspora
Creative Semiotics and Subject Formation: Seeing the Communicative Repertoires of a Participatory Youth Video Workshop
Navigating Boundaries and Borders: Redefining Collaboration In International Applied Development Work In Haiti
Locating Occupy Philly Spatially, Organizationally and Socially
The “Power” and “Promise” of Literacy?: Southeast Asian Immigrant Women In A Chinese Literacy Program In Taiwan
Hoisan-Wa Reclaimed: Intergenerational Chinese American Language Maintenance In Historical and Contemporary Sociolinguistic Perspective
Which Chinese Language and Whose Chinese Language?: A Study of Ethnic Chinese Middle School Students’ Experiences In a “Chinese” Heritage Language Class
Hailing the State: Political Arrival and Genealogies of Political Communication In Contemporary India
Little-Box Retailers: Unauthorized Structures Along Highways In India
“Why Do You Need a Machine to Tell You When You Are Tired?”: Quantification, Relation, and the Postcolonial Politics of Measuring Human Performance In the Highlands of Kenya
Competing Geographies: Field Location, Identity and Belonging Among Qom Rugby Players of Northern Argentina
Medico-Legal Documents in the Making of the State: The Turkish Case
Claimin’ Place:  Hip Hop In the Margins of ‘World Class’ Delhi
Tú Sabes Que My Flow So Tight: Translanguaging as Negotiated Participation in Classroom Hip-Hop Media Production
A Late Soviet Neo-Liberalism? On the Origins of the Gaidar Team, the Critique of the State, and the End of Market Socialism
Negotiated Effectiveness: On Translation and Ambiguity In GHG Mitigation Policies for Brazilian Biofuels
Informal Language Learning Environments: Case Study of An In-Residence Mandarin Language Program
Congregations of Many and Congregations of One:  Entrepreneurship and Social Change
Bad Hindi: Bhojpuri Cinema and the Production of An Expanding Regional Language
Anxieties of "Indigenous" Innovation: High-Tech Networks In Contemporary China
Participant
Participant
The Lahore Museum and Its Gandhara Collection: A Timescale Analysis of Colonial Overdetermination
CO-PARTICIPATING IN INTERNATIONAL APPLIED RESEARCH: STORIES FROM NICARAGUA
Insurgent Schools: Race, Place and the Right to the City
Aspirational Community and Indigeneity In San Francisco, California
Competing Notions of Indigeneity Through Indigenous Language Translation
The “Pakis” and the “Mummy-Daddies”: Contrasting Views of “Americanization” Among Pakistani-Immigrant Youth
Geo-Corporeal Acrobats: Interrogating Nutritional Praxis, Theology, and the African Diaspora Among Hebrew Israelites
Fighting Monkeys and Situating Selves: Mapping Shiny New Blacknesses Via Dirty Old Logics In Contemporary Black Diaspora
We All Niggas: Blackness As Analog In Gentrifying San Francisco
Lvad-DT: An Irresistable Technology for the Treatment of Heart Failure
Safety In Pregnancy: Health Law and the Negotiation of Maternal Health and Obstetrical Emergency
Shifting Cosmopolitanisms: Kutiyattam, Unesco, and the Indian State
University of Pennsylvania - Graduate School of Education
University of São Paulo/ NEV
University of South Carolina - Aiken
University of South Florida
AAA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
INTERGROUP COALITION-BUILDING AND SOCIAL JUSTICE: A CONVERSATION WITH BAY AREA ACTIVISTS
“A CONVERSATION WITH BAY AREA HOUSING ACTIVIST JESSE TREPPER”
CROSSING INTO THE PUBLIC SPHERE: ETHNOGRAPHIC OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN ADDRESSING SOCIAL JUSTICE FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH
BLURRED BOUNDARIES AND BREAKS IN THE LAW: ENGAGED ETHNOGRAPHY, THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF PUBLIC POLICY, AND PROSPECTS FOR SHIFTING PARADIGMS THROUGH CRITICAL PRAXIS
CROSSING TRADITIONS: EMBODYING ECOLOGY THROUGH EXPERIENTIAL ART
COMMITTEE ON PRACTICING APPLIED AND PUBLIC INTEREST ANTHROPOLOGY (COPAPIA) BUSINESS MEETING
NAPA-NASA Student Workshop: Funding, Fellowships, Transferring, and Admissions (registration required)
COMMITTEE ON MINORITY ISSUES IN ANTHROPOLOGY (CMIA) BUSINESS MEETING
FOODWAYS IN SPACE: MARKETS AND MIGRATION ACROSS BORDERS
RACE, PLACE AND THE POLITICS OF BORDERS: BLACK COMMUNITY RESEARCH IN THE 21ST CENTURY SOUTH
GLOBAL INFLUENCES ON HEALTH OF LATIN AMERICANS—AT HOME AND ABROAD
ENGAGED ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Ways of Knowing: Situating Environmental Knowledge As Skilled Practice
Habits and Society: Where Brain and Practice Meet
Pottery Designs As Sources of Information about Past Environments On Roatán Island, Honduras
Society, Economy, and Environment: Archaeology As Sustainability Science
Health of Mexican Migrants In Central Florida: Global Forces, Transnational Connections, Ties to Home Communities
Receiving or Sending a Global Epidemic: Mexican Conceptions of H1N1 Influenza
Can a ‘Nomad’ Be a ‘Refugee’? the Discursive Framing of Displacement and Legitimacy for Roma In Contemporary Germany
Emigrant Investment In Cattle In a Honduran Village: Economic Security for a Few At the Expense of Ecological and Economic Insecurity of Many?
The Bounds of Belief In Belize: Health, Belief and Biomedicine In Rural Communities
“…Nobody Came Down”: A Political Ecology of Tourism and Food After the Global Crises In Food Prices and Finance
“There Is Violence Either Way So Let Violence Come with An Education”: Educational Attainment of Southern Sudanese Female Refugees In Cairo, Egypt
“Putting the ‘infant’ Back In Infantry”: Remixing Kony2012 and Development
Constructing Families: Portrayals of Latino Immigrant Families in U.S. News Media
Reproductive Decision-Making On the Borders of Health and Illness: Infertility and Cancer In Puerto Rico
Resisting Criminalization In the Carceral-Assistential State: African American Youth In Struggle Against Policies That Govern Them In the Hyperghetto
Is the Cup Half Empty or Is It Half Full?  Economic Transition and Changing Ideas of What Is Food Insecurity In Rural Costa Rica
Latina Teachers’ Ethnolinguistic Identities, Sociocultural Roles, and the Possibility of Culturally Responsive Practices
Developing Public Health Contingencies Plans for the Belo Monte Dam In Brazil
Pilot Research Steps Examining What American K-12 Students Are Taught about Linguistic Variation, Standard Language Ideologies, and Identity: Preparing for a School Ethnography
Maternal Diet In Rural Peru: Does a Globalized Economy Affect Local Foodways?
What Does the Citizens' Revolution Mean for Afro-Ecuadorians?  Ethnicity, the State, and Multicultural Politics In Quito
Embodied Ecological Heritage: Assessing the “Traditional” Ecological Knowledge/Wellness Relationship In Belize and Beyond
Local Experiences with Fertility Preservation Technologies: Comparing the Cases of the United States, Puerto Rico, and Argentina
Who Wants Some?: The Role of Food In Children’s Peer Culture
The Reproductive Bodies of Transnational Women: Chuukese Reproduction In Guam
The Sacralization of Consumer Technology:  “the Cult of Mac” and Its Global Context
University of South Florida Saint Petersburg
University of Southern California
University of Texas at Austin
TRANSCENDING BORDERS BETWEEN HOMES AND SCHOOLS: EXPLORING COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND COLLABORATION IN CULTURALLY DIVERSE CONTEXTS
FUTURITIES OF DISPOSSESSION : NEW URBANIZATION AND CAPITALISM IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH
MAYAN MIGRATIONS:  Crossing BORDERS OF IDENTITY, CULTURE AND RIGHTS
THE BEST THING I'VE EVER FOUND
(IM)POSSIBILITIES OF JUSTICE:  RETHINKING SEXUAL VIOLENCE, LAW, AND THE POLITICS OF VISIBILITY IN THE AMERICAS
CIRCULATION, EMBODIMENT, AND CULTURAL CRITIQUE:ERODING THE US-MEXICO BORDERLANDS
BLURRED BOUNDARIES OF CARE IN NEOLIBERAL TIMES: KONY 2012 AND OTHER AMBIGUITIES OF WORK AND LEISURE IN CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CROSSING EXHIBITION BORDERS: TELLING MUSEUM STORIES IN UNMUSEUM PLACES
The Ecology of Friendship: Early Tamil Landscapes of Irony and Voice
The Tumult of Muslim Citizenship In a Midwestern City
“[Let’s] Empty the Clip and Do What Needs to Be Done”:  Colorblind Racism In Alabama’s Anti-Immigrant Legislation, HB56, and Latin@ Community Responses
“the Dual Language Program Changes Everything”: Parents and Teachers Renegotiate a School’s Identity
Broadening the School House Borders: Integrating Knowledges of the Home Into the Schooling Process
Navajo Fragments: Imagining Navajo Ways of Speaking In Contemporary Navajo Literature
Sound Politics and Noise Pollution In São Paulo, Brazil
The Best Thing I've Ever Found: An Archaeological Pattern, or a Single Document?
Whose In Charge Here? Deskilling and Professional Management In Kathmandu’s International Development Industry
(Almost) Everyone Here Spoke (Ban Khor) Sign Language—until They Started Using Tsl: Language Shift and Endangerment of a Thai Village Sign Language
Incorporating Archaeological Findings and the African American Experience In the Architectural Design of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
Rethinking Violence and Human Rights Through the Lives of Mayan Women Migrants
Geographies of Desire: Ports, Pipelines, and Pipedreams of Modernity In Gwadar, Pakistan
Deceit, Desire and Dispossession or What the Filmic Image Does to Politics
Displaced Memories: The Painful Recovery of Repressed Maya Identities In Los Angeles
Culture, Nature and Those Other Beings: Landscape, Property and Life In Zones of Dispossession
Wixarika (Huichol) Women Crossing Invisible Borders
The Virtual Cuban Diaspora: the Creation of Transnational Community Through Audio-Visual Technology In New York and Havana
Border Work
University of Texas at Dallas
University of Toronto
AAA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
RETHINKING 'THE FAMILY': A SITE FOR INTIMATE FAILURES OR POTENTIALS?
SECRETS, RUMORS AND LIES
ANTHROPOLOGICAL COMMUNICATION COMMITTEE (ACC)
MAKING SPACE FOR SPIRITS: ETHNOGRAPHIC METHOD AND RELIGIOUS SENSATION
THE CIRCULATION OF POLITICS: TEXTUAL PRACTICE, CONNECTIVITIES AND CROSSINGS
A ROUNDTABLE CONVERSATION ON ELIZABETH Povinelli’s “Economies OF ABANDONMENT: SOCIAL BELONGING AND ENDURANCE IN LATE Liberalism”
WITHOUT BOUNDARIES? GENDER EQUITY IN ANTHROPOLOGY
RESEARCHING AFFECT/AFFECTING RESEARCH: EMPATHY AND IMAGINATION IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL METHODS
SELF, SUBJECT, AND SOCIETY: VIETNAM IN TRANSITION
RELIGIONS AND THEIR PUBLICS: CROSSING BORDERS IN A POST-SECULAR WORLD
HUMANITY AND THE SAN: RIGHTS, RECOGNITION, AND LIBERAL DEMOCRACY
SOCIETY FOR LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY (SLA) PRESIDENTIAL PANEL: FRONTIERS IN METHODOLOGY IN LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY
BLURRED BOUNDARIES OF CARE IN NEOLIBERAL TIMES: KONY 2012 AND OTHER AMBIGUITIES OF WORK AND LEISURE IN CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
GUMPERZ AT 90: THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF COMMUNICATION AND ITS LEGACY
DISPLACEMENTS AND INEQUALITIES: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL CAPITALISM
BREAKING DOWN IN/DIVIDUALISM: INTERROGATING THE BORDERS AND CROSSINGS OF THE RELIGIOUS SUBJECT
SECTION ASSEMBLY MEETING
ACCIDENTAL POLITICS
LANGUAGE COMMODIFICATION AND CIRCULATION IN GLOBAL CAPITALISM
CROSS-DISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO 'BORDERS AND CROSSINGS'
PRECARIOUS LABOR AND PRECARIOUS LIFE
COMMITTEE ON THE FUTURE OF PRINT AND ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING (CFPEP) MEETING
CULTURE@LARGE: ON BIOPOLITICS AND THE ATTACHMENT TO LIFE: CONVERSATIONS WITH LAUREN BERLANT
LIFE, DEATH, AND AFTERLIFE IN THE EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION
ARCTIC CROSSINGS: LABOUR, CAPITAL AND LOCALITY IN THE CIRCUMPOLAR WORLD
THE SHIFTING BORDERS OF ISLAMIC TRADITIONS
STATE INTERVENTIONS AS BOUNDARY OBJECTS: OFFICIAL CATEGORIES AND CONTESTING PUBLICS IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA
THE VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE BORDERS OF SOCIAL LIFE: RELIGIOUS ENGAGEMENTS IN INDIA AND TURKEY
Verticality
New Speakers of Québécois French : Rien De Simple
Posthumanism In the Postcolonial City
Knowledge Is Power: Building the New Egypt Through Islamic Literacy Activism
Participant (Anthropology)
Dying for the Revolution; Living for the Afterlife
“I’ve Rung That Bell Three Times already”: Redefining Illness Milestones In the Context of Advanced Cancer
The Charisma of Mushrooms: The Multiple Rhythms and the Time to Live with Others
“You Tink Is Funny?” Portuguese-Canadian Comedy (Re)Positioning Dominant Ethnolinguistic Ideologies
Evangelizing In the Borderland: Christian Tribals and Migrant Others In Northeast India
Between Memory and Materiality:  Biographies of Iroquoian Smoking Pipes
Missed Call: Telephonic Interpellation In Indonesia
Of Mauss, Masks and Gifts: Christianities, (In-)Dividualities, Modernities 
Religious Matter(ing)
Understanding the Individual/Dividual Antinomy In Pentecostal Christianity: The Case of the Church of Pentecost In Ghana
“I Am a Better Husband and Father Than My Own Father Was”
Domestic Bliss? Masculinity and Home-Making In Port Vila, Vanuatu
Planning “Normal”: Reimagining Social Relationships In a Canadian Public Housing Project
Tamil Newspapers and Street Politics
In Conclusion: Global Politics, Translation and Interdiscursivity
Introducing the Circulation of Politics
The Politics of Global Gay Dating Websites
Learning Flexible Labor: Professional Immigrants and the Unemployment Industry In Toronto, Canada
Appropriating Surveillance: Dani Moral Strategies and Human Rights Primitivism
When Queering Becomes the “Real” Intimate: Trans Women’s Making of the Family
Museums In the Third Space: Theorizing the Move From Encounter to Engagement
Card Carrying Christians: Sub-Prime Tithing and Spiritualities of Debt In Colombia's Emerging Market
Preliminary Report On the Cuisine At the Late Moche Sites of JE-335 and Huaca Colorada, Jequetepeque Valley, Peru
Being Pious and Professional. Constructing a Respectable Self by (dis)Regarding Boundaries to Movement and Interaction In Lamu (Kenya)
Becoming An Ancestor: Inscribing a Moral Self and Traversing Bereavement In Central Vietnam
"On the Borders of the Invisible": Spirits, Secrets, and Sakalava Royalty In Mahajanga, Madagascar
"There Was No Love There": Gender Inequality, Marriage and HIV Disclosure In Rural Malawi
What’s Left Unsaid: Narratives of Exile and Displacement Among Southern Sudanese Refugees
Secessions, Elections, and Regurgitations:Rumors and the Politics of Belonging In Katanga Province, Democratic Republic of Congo
Queer Spaces of Montreal: Sites of Utopic Sociality and Terrains of Critical Engagement
Small Town, Big Fire: The Work of Gossip and How We Make Gossip Work
Infant Feeding and Social Support In a New Country: Newcomer mothers’ Experiences In Two Canadian Cities
The Becoming of ‘forest Care-givers’ In Orissa, India: Environmental Subjectivities, Affect and Bio-Power
“It’s My Right to Be modern”: Rural Malawian Youth Employments of the Rights Discourse In the Context of Their Families
A 'bachelor' In Dubai: Heirarchies of Belonging and Matter Out of Place
University of Virgina
University of Virginia
RECONFIGURING SOCIAL BORDERS IN THE AFTERMATH OF DISASTER
STEPS TOWARD AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF AFFECT
Getting an Article Published in a Peer-Reviewed Journal (registration required)
PATRONAGE AND THE TERRITORIALIZATION OF NEOLIBERAL RULE: ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNMENTALITIES IN THE CONTRACT STATE
COMPLIANCE IN PRACTICE: CREATIVE ENGAGEMENTS WITH REGULATORY ETHICS REGIMES
IMAGINING THE CORPORATE PERSON
ANTHROPOLOGISTS EXPLORE LEARNING: CROSSING CULTURAL AND TEMPORAL BORDERS
CULTURE@LARGE: ON BIOPOLITICS AND THE ATTACHMENT TO LIFE: CONVERSATIONS WITH LAUREN BERLANT
AYAHUASCA BORDER CROSSINGS
RECYCLING MAUSS: 'OLD' SOLIDARITIES IN NEW TIMES OF CRISIS
Cultures of Maintenance and Interruption: Rethinking Flow At the Panama Canal
The Good, the Bad, and the Dead: The Place of Destruction In the Organization of Social Life, Which Means Hierarchy
Re-Forming the System: Rethinking the Textual Paraphernalia of IRB Review
“My Nation Is Islam”: Nation, Hierarchy and Moral Order In the Tablighi Jama’at In Pakistan
Emasculated and Deserted: The Unhappy Ending of Four Chosonjok- South Korean
Teaching Egalitarian Students about Hierarchy:  Service, Sensitivity, and Citizenship In the Undergraduate Imagination
Within the Crevices of Thought
Cousin Marriage and the Political Calculus of Temperamental Difference In Nineteenth-Century America
Parenting In the Shadows of the State: International Child Custody Disputes Involving Japanese Citizens
Care, Cause, and Consequence In a World of Commodity Signs
Introduction: Anthropology and the 'Obscure Aspects of Social Life'
Social Protection and Solidarity In Martinique
Why Did Business Anthropology Forget Accounting? the Experience of Re/Max Spain
“Doing Like Almost Everything Wrong”: An Adolescent Multilingual Writer’s Transition From High School to College
University of Waikato, New Zealand
University of Washington
INTIMACY, IDENTITY, AND IDEALS: FAMILY, SEX WORK, AND QUEER LIFE IN EAST ASIA
AGENTS OF BIOSOCIAL CHANGE: FRONTLINE HEALTH WORKERS
LANDSCAPES OF PRACTICE IN PSYCHIATRY:  THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF CONSTRAINT
DYING AND BEREAVEMENT: NEGOTIATING BORDERS AND CROSSINGS AT THE END-OF-LIFE
BUREAUCRATIC BORDERS: INVESTIGATING QUESTIONS OF ACCESS IN SECONDARY IMMIGRANT SCHOOL CONTEXTS
CURRENT THEMES IN EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY: DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION, COOPERATION, AND CULTURAL TRANSMISSION
BEYOND WORK
PUBLIC PRIVATES: EXPOSING INTIMACY IN NEW FEMINIST ANTHROPOLOGIES OF REPRODUCTION
CROSSING INTO MULTISPECIES ETHNOGRAPHY: TRANSGRESSING BORDERS BETWEEN ANTHROPOLOGY AND NONHUMAN OTHERS THROUGH THEORY AND FIELDWORK
Guinea Pig 2.0: An Ethnography of Guinea Pig Lives and Deaths On YouTube
U.S. Spanish Dual Language Programs, Globalization, and Inequalities In Public Education
Mongol Buddhism Through the Prism of Mongol Shamanism
From Safeway to SAFE Way: The Translocal Indexicalities of “borrowed” Genres In Gambian Tourism
Cultural Competence and Spirituality: Conceptual Outliers In End of Life Care
“Mixing In the Kitchen: Collective Songwriting As Knowledge Production”
Shadowboxing: Putting the Boxes Together to Enhance the Understanding of Identity Development In Middle School Chicano/Latino Males
Using Network Method to Test Preferential Interaction Among Korean High School Students
The Unhappy Unconscious of Capitalism: Sleeping Like a Baby
Schizophrenic Vision In Northwest China
Mobilization and Erasure: Race and Nation-Building In Ukrainian Popular Culture
Questioning the Long-Term “Success” of Legal Relief: Cause Lawyering and Unaccompanied Chinese Youth
Does Elongating the Foot Change Walking? Effects On Knee Height
Family Is Beautiful: Reflections On Changes In Family Life and Values In a South Korean Provincial City
Under Conviction: ‘Real Men’ Reborn On Spiritual and Cinematic Battlefields
Female Genital Cutting In US Immigrant Communities: Critical Assessment of Policy, Discourse and Prevalence Estimates
Internal Displacement: Conflict, Trauma, Migration, and Intimate Partner Violence In Peru
Contradictions of "Community Economies": Experiments with Peasant Cooperatives In a Globalized China
Beyond Migration: The Self-Valorization of Latina/o Day Worker In the Pacific Northwest
Teacher Placement and Stratification Processes within Immigrant-EL Identified Secondary School Spaces
Eating In Public: Market-Publics, Municipal Sovereignty, and Food-Sharing Prohibitions In the Globalized City
Collective Action and Social Support Networks In the Andes of Southern Peru
TBD
University of Wisconsin-Madison
A ROUNDTABLE CONVERSATION ON ELIZABETH Povinelli’s “Economies OF ABANDONMENT: SOCIAL BELONGING AND ENDURANCE IN LATE Liberalism”
GOVERNING CHINA'S "FRONTIERS": EVERYDAY MODERNITIES IN THE MAKING IN SOUTHWEST CHINA
SECTION ASSEMBLY MEETING
BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY SECTION (BAS) EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
OBJECTS ENTANGLING SUBJECTS: ETHNOGRAPHIC POLITICAL ECOLOGIES OF SHIFTING COMMODITY REGIMES
BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY SECTION (BAS) BUSINESS MEETING
BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY SECTION (BAS) DISTINGUISHED LECTURE BY DARNA DUFOUR; RECEPTION FOLLOWS
COUNCIL ON ANTHROPOLOGY AND REPRODUCTION OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
ANDEAN FRONTIERS, TEMPORAL BORDERS, ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERIPHERIES: THINKING IN THE MARGINS WITH FRANK SALOMON
Neandertal Genetics: Drawing a New Boundary for Humanity
Music and (a)Political Performance In Brazil
How Did Anthropology Become the Child and Handmaiden of Colonialism?: A Critical Look At a Popular Cliché
From Lobsters to Cocaine: Shifting Commodity Regimes and Biopolitical Regulations Among the Miskito
Prayers At the Pump: The Revival Tent of Oil and Natural Gas In Alaska
Renovated Rituals for Nature: Tea Production and Bulang People’s Collective (Re)Articulation with the Ancient Tea Forest In Southwest China
In the Name of Yanyu (Erotic Encounter): Lijiang As China's Sexualized Non-Han Frontier
Utilizing Lay Health Educators to Navigate Healthcare Decision Making At the Borders of Hmong and Western Conceptions of Cancer
Secret Ritual, Public Spectacle and the Oklahoma Masonic Indian Degree Team
Undeserving, Deserving and Deficient: Discourses Around Immigrant Youth
Moralizing Marginalization: Schooling and Social Boundary-Setting In India and Malawi
Rumour Has It: Morality, Authority, and the “Rules” of Interactions Between Community Members and International Volunteers In Malawi
University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc
Universtiy of California Santa Cruz
Universtiy of Michigan
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