5-0495 SEX AND THE ANIMAL: THEORIZING SEX, GENDER, SPECIES
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Reviewed By: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Saturday, November 23, 2013: 10:15 AM-12:00 PM

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Organizers:  Maria Elena Garcia (University of Washington)
Chairs:  Maria Elena Garcia (University of Washington)
Discussants:  Sarah Franklin (University of Cambridge)
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Maria Elena Garcia (University of Washington)
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Alexander Blanchette (Tufts University)
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Cyborg Figures/Cyborg Methodologies: Sex, Gender and the Bovine Body
Kathryn Gillespie (University of Washington)
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‘No Need for a Rooster’: Sex, Gender, and Ethics in the Backyard
Molly Mullin (North Carolina State University and North Carolina State University)
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Discussant
Sarah Franklin (University of Cambridge)
11:45 AM
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