6-0290
ELEPHANT ENGAGEMENTS: CULTURAL VALUES, ECOLOGICAL ROLES, AND POLITICAL ACTION
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Reviewed By: Anthropology and Environment Society
Sunday, November 22, 2015: 10:15 AM-12:00 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students
Organizers:  Stephanie K Rupp (City University of New York, Lehman College) and Robert K Hitchcock (University of New Mexico, Department of Anthropology)
Chairs:  Stephanie K Rupp (City University of New York, Lehman College)
10:15 AM
Elephant Engagements and Indigenous Peoples: Borders, Boundaries, and Barriers in Southern Africa
Robert K Hitchcock (University of New Mexico, Department of Anthropology)
10:30 AM
Bringing the Unfamiliar Home: Three Centuries of Colonial Elephant Hunting
Laura J. Mitchell (University of California, Irvine)
10:45 AM
Of Mammoths, Heirlooms, and Information: Tusk Spatulate from the Hell GAP Site
Marcel Kornfeld (University of Wyoming) and Mary Lou Larson (University of Wyoming, Department of Anthropology)
11:00 AM
In the Time of Ntuma: Narratives of Conservation and Identity Among the Elephant Hunters of Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas
Melissa J Remis (Purdue University) and Carolyn A Jost Robinson (University of North Carolina, Wilmington)
11:30 AM
Elephant-People Interactions: Economic Analysis of Incentives to Promote Conservation and Villager Well-being
H. Jo Albers (University of Wyoming, Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources)