6-0145 CONTEMPORARY TECHNOLOGY AND NATIONAL BELONGING
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Reviewed By: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Sunday, November 24, 2013: 8:00 AM-9:45 AM

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Organizers:  Abbas Jaffer (Harvard University - Department of Anthropology) and Sahil Warsi (School of Oriental and African Studies)
Chairs:  Abbas Jaffer (Harvard University - Department of Anthropology)
8:00 AM
‘We Are In An ICT World’: Digital Dreams and the Politics of Belonging in Kenya
Lisa Poggiali (Stanford University and Stanford University)
8:15 AM
Who Is An Afghan Refugee?: Three Stories of Migration to New Delhi
Sahil Warsi (School of Oriental and African Studies)
8:45 AM
"Kya Scene?": Affect and Technology in Lahore's Digital-Material Music Venues
Abbas Jaffer (Harvard University - Department of Anthropology)
9:15 AM
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