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SPINNING ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE ANTHROPOCENE: INTEGRATING THEORETICAL AND APPLIED APPROACHES TO MEET THE CHALLENGE OF CLIMATE CHANGE
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Reviewed By: Anthropology and Environment Society
Thursday, December 4, 2014: 2:30 PM-4:15 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Susan A Crate (Environmental Science and Policy, George Mason University) and Catherine M Tucker (Indiana University-Bloomington)
Chairs:  Susan A Crate (George Mason University)
Discussants:  Eduardo S Brondizio (Indiana University)
2:30 PM
[WITHDRAWN] Integrating Diverse Knowledge Communities
Carole L Crumley (Research Director, IHOPE International Project Office, Uppsala University and Centre for Biodiversity Swedish University Agricultural Sciences)
2:45 PM
Cornish Climate and the Phenomenology of Light: On Anthropology and ‘Seeing’
Tori L Jennings (University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point)
3:15 PM
Anthropologists As Translators: Bridging Multiple Perspectives to Inform National-Level Policy Discussions
Julie K Maldonado (National Climate Assessment and American University)
3:45 PM
Discussant
Eduardo S Brondizio (Indiana University)
4:00 PM
Discussion