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THINKING THROUGH POLICE, PRODUCING ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY: POLICE ETHNOGRAPHY AS A TOOL FOR CRITICAL THOUGHT
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Reviewed By: American Ethnological Society
Wednesday, December 3, 2014: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students, Those involved in mentoring activities
Organizers:  Kevin G Karpiak (Eastern Michigan University)
Chairs:  Kevin G Karpiak (Eastern Michigan University)
Discussants:  Matthew Hull (University of Michigan) and Matthew J Wolf-Meyer (University of California, Santa Cruz)
4:00 PM
Introduction: Beyond "Police Are Good to Think"
Kevin G Karpiak (Eastern Michigan University)
4:15 PM
Making Race & Ethnicity in Policing and Police Fraternal Organizations
Avram S Bornstein (John Jay College Of Criminal Justice | The City University of New York)
4:30 PM
Repairing the Law: The Under-Enforcement (or Correction) of the Law in the Nigerien Gendarmerie
Mirco Göpfert (Department of Anthropology and African Studies)
4:45 PM
Fractures and Failings of Police Power in Contemporary India
Beatrice A Jauregui (University of Pennsylvania)
5:00 PM
Discussant
Matthew J Wolf-Meyer (University of California, Santa Cruz)
5:15 PM
Discussant
Matthew Hull (University of Michigan)
5:30 PM
Discussion