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THE MANY LIVES OF DEATH: IMAGINING DEATH AND DYING THROUGH SPACE AND TIME
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Reviewed By: Society for Psychological Anthropology
Saturday, December 6, 2014: 2:30 PM-4:15 PM

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Organizers:  Devin Flaherty (University of California, Los Angeles) and Emily Anne Lucitt (University of California, Los Angeles - Dept of Anthropology)
Chairs:  Devin Flaherty (University of California, Los Angeles) and Emily Anne Lucitt (University of California, Los Angeles - Dept of Anthropology)
Discussants:  Cheryl Mattingly (University of Southern California)
2:45 PM
Hauntology at Work: Narratives of Paranormal Experience at the Lizzie Borden House
Emily Anne Lucitt (University of California, Los Angeles - Dept of Anthropology)
3:00 PM
Hairstyling of the Deceased and the Racialized Aesthetics of Death
Matthew J Carlson (University of Minnesota)
3:15 PM
Imagining and Caregiving:Hospice in Two “American” Cultures
Devin Flaherty (University of California, Los Angeles)
3:30 PM
Specters of Seppo: Nuclear Waste’s Fragile Bodies of Knowledge
Vincent Francis Ialenti (Cornell University)
3:45 PM
Discussant
Cheryl Mattingly (University of Southern California)
4:00 PM
Discussion