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Vanderbilt University
STRUCTURAL COMPETENCY: NEW MEDICINE FOR THE INSTITUTIONAL INEQUALITIES THAT MAKE US SICK
ASPIRATIONAL INDIGENEITY AND EMERGING CULTURAL NORMS IN LATIN AMERICA
WHY UNIONS SHOULD MATTER TO ANTHROPOLOGY
MAGDALENA DE CAO VIEJO: ARCHAEOLOGY & HISTORY IN EARLY COLONIAL PERU
Workshop On Teaching Gender and Sexuality: Pedagogy At the Intersections (registration required)
ATTENTIONAL ECONOMIES OF WAR
ANDEAN FRONTIERS, TEMPORAL BORDERS, ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERIPHERIES: THINKING IN THE MARGINS WITH FRANK SALOMON
Cosmopolitical Critique and Shamanic Performances: Reframing Eco-Justice Solidarities In Amazonia
Cognitive Studies of the Environment: Why Culture Matters
I'm From the Field: Miami As Home and Fieldsite
Durable Disorder: The Violent Past and Present In Colombia
Municipal Protest As a Genre of Political Action In Bolivia
Migrant Theology: Haitian Pastors and the Church of the Nazarene In Miami, FL
The (Effective) Agency of Beaten and Dismembered Bodies In the Ancient Andes
Bodies, Boundaries and Mortuary Politics In the Late Prehispanic Colca Valley, Peru: A Bioarchaeological Perspective
Suicide and the Logic of Military Health
Structural Competency:  a New Politics of Medical Engagement
Mind Over Machete?: Exploring the Expanding Aspirational Horizons of Kichwa Women In Amazonian Ecuador
Shifting Terrains of Belonging: Artisans, Authenticity, and Boundaries of Work in Rural Peru
State’s Logics and the Need for Better Education Outcomes: Local Perspectives In Poq’omchi’ Guatemala
"We Are Not Used to the Forest Anymore": Work, Environmentalism, and the Changing Relationship of the Amazonian Kichwa to Their Forest
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