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PRODUCING INCONVENIENT KNOWLEDGE AND ATTENDING TO THE UNIMPORTANT: EXPLORING ANTHROPOLOGY'S ENDURING CONTRIBUTIONS TO EXPANDING, COMPLICATING, AND CHALLENGING CONVENTIONAL MODELS OF SOCIOECONOMIC CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT, PART I
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Reviewed By: General Anthropology Division
Friday, December 5, 2014: 2:30 PM-4:15 PM

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Organizers:  Heather Sawyer (University of Kentucky) and Aeleka E Schortman (University of Kentucky)
Chairs:  Heather Sawyer (University of Kentucky) and Aeleka E Schortman (University of Kentucky)
3:15 PM
Tourism and “Uneven Development” in a Belizean Garifuna Community
Eric Koenig (University of South Florida) and Eric Christian Wells (University of South Florida)
3:30 PM
The Turbulent Waters of Development: Resisting Hydroelectric Projects in Honduras
ANA EUGENIA Hasemann Lara (University of Kentucky and Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras (UNAH))
3:45 PM
The Wise Use of Water and the Cosmopolitics of Uranium Mining in New Mexico
Thomas A De Pree (Teachers College, Columbia University)
4:00 PM
Carbon Markets and the Unimportance of Their Effectiveness
Raquel Sofia Rodrigues Rosa Machaqueiro (George Washington University)