Association for Political and Legal Anthropology

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

2:00 PM-3:45 PM


2-0125
INFRASTRUCTURE AND/AS ETHICS, PART I
Ieva Jusionyte, Christine Folch and Christine Folch

2-0130
WHAT IS THE OPPOSITE OF NEOLIBERAL?: ETHNOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE, ACCIDENTAL AFFINITIES, PARADOXICAL STRUGGLES
Julie Starr, David Nottoli Flood, Roberto I Armengol and Chaise LaDousa

4:00 PM-5:45 PM


2-0360
INFRASTRUCTURE AND/AS ETHICS, PART II
Stephen C Rea, Christine Folch and Manuel Schwab

2-0365
THINKING WITH DIVORCE: FAMILY BREAKUP AND THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL IMAGINATION
Allison Alexy, Allison Alexy and Susan F Hirsch

2-0470
NARRATIVE CONSTRUCTIONS OF LEGAL EVIDENCE
Anna Offit, Anna Offit and Robin H Conley

2-0495
EVIDENCE AND THE ETHICS OF POSSIBLE FUTURES
Stuart J McLean, Kristen Drybread and Carolina Kobelinsky

Thursday, November 17, 2016

8:00 AM-9:45 AM


3-0015
INTERROGATING "DEMOCRATIC" POLICING: POLICE REFORMS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH
Stephanie Savell, Marta-Laura Suska and Beatrice A Jauregui

3-0140
EVIDENCE OF MALFEASANCE
Sarah Muir, Sarah Muir, Aaron M Ansell, Janet Roitman and Charlie Piot

3-0170
NEW ANTHROPOLOGIES OF MONEY: GLOBAL ETHNOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVES ON THE TRANSFORMATION OF MONEY
Michael Ralph, Jackson Smith, Jackson Smith, Gustav Peebles and Karen Z Ho

10:15 AM-12:00 PM


3-0315
POLICE UN/BOUND: NEW ETHNOGRAPHIES OF POLICING
Amrita Ibrahim, Victor Kumar, Amrita Ibrahim, Kevin G Karpiak and Eric J Haanstad

3-0390
INDIGENEITY IN SITES OF CONFLICT
Tom Ozden-Schilling, Carmen Martinez Novo, Eric Hirsch and Shannon Speed

3-0435
ECOLOGIES, ENVIRONMENTS AND RIGHTS
Simon James May and Simon James May

3-0485
TOWING THE LINE: STATE SOVEREIGNTY AND THE BORDERSPACE
Callie Maidhof, Firat Bozcali, Callie Maidhof, Firat Bozcali and Rebecca B Galemba

12:15 PM-1:30 PM

1:45 PM-3:30 PM


3-0735
EVIDENCE, LEGITIMACY, AND INEQUALITY IN INDIGENOUS RIGHTS SPOKESPERSONSHIP
Laura R Graham, Nicholas Barber, Anne-Elise Keen and Alex J Golub

3-0770
THE FUTURE OF THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF LAW
Richard A Wilson, Rita Kesselring, Ronald Niezen, Maria Sapignoli, Mark Goodale, Rita Kesselring, Elif M Babul and Tobias Kelly

3-0840
COLLECTIVITY IN TIMES OF POLITICAL PRECARITY
Shannon Speed, Deborah Poole, Serra Hakyemez and Shahla Talebi

3-0915

4:00 PM-5:45 PM


3-1070
POLITICAL INAUGURATIONS: THINKING THE EFFECTS OF POPULAR UPRISINGS
Maple J Razsa, Andrew Gilbert, Maple J Razsa, Francis P Cody and Maple J Razsa

3-1080

3-1085
ROOTED IN THE LAND: THE LEGAL PRINCIPLE ‚SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES TO THE LAND’ IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
Jonas Christian Bens, Antje Gunsenheimer, Jonas Christian Bens, Antje Gunsenheimer and Larry E Nesper

3-1140
LIFE MATTERS:  ACCOUNTABILITY, COMPLICITY, POLITICS
Deborah A Thomas, Deborah A Thomas, Ruth Behar and Jason Patrick De Leon

3-1275
TRACING HUMANITARIAN AND DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTION STRATEGIES AND FRAMEWORKS IN AN ERA OF NEOLIBERAL AID
Sara E Thiam, Kari Bergstrom Henquinet, Kari Bergstrom Henquinet, Sara E Thiam and Matthew R Dudgeon

Friday, November 18, 2016

8:00 AM-9:45 AM


4-0040
PARANOID COMPASSION: AFFECT IN POLICE AND SECURITY ETHNOGRAPHY
Jeffrey T Martin, William C Garriott III, Erika M Robb Larkins, Eric J Haanstad, Avram S Bornstein, Simone Gomes, Eric J Haanstad, Beatrice A Jauregui, Kevin G Karpiak, Erika M Robb Larkins and Audrey A Winpenny

10:15 AM-12:00 PM


4-0530
RELEASING NUMBERS: DISCLOSURE AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
Michael Prentice, Michael Prentice, Andrea Ballestero and Erica L Bornstein

12:15 PM-1:30 PM

1:00 PM-3:00 PM

1:45 PM-3:30 PM


4-0925
TECHNOLOGIES OF SECRECY
Lilith Mahmud, Alix Johnson, Davide Orsini, Hugh Gusterson and Lilith Mahmud

4-0930
CANNABIS AND JUSTICE: EVIDENCE, ARGUMENTS, AND LEGAL CHANGE
Jennifer G Curtis, Jennifer G Curtis, William C Garriott III and Yongming Zhou

4:00 PM-5:45 PM


4-1265
RE-DISCOVERING LAW: INTERSECTIONS OF COMMUNITIES, STATES, AND BEYOND
Jatin Dua, Matthew S Erie and Sally Engle Merry

4-1315
POST-GENOMIC CONSTITUTIONS: LAW, SCIENCE AND THE POLITICS OF INCLUSION
Samuel Taylor-Alexander, Catherine Trundle, Samuel Taylor-Alexander, Catherine Trundle and J.C. Salyer

4-1340
POLITICAL DRAMAS AND THE POLITICS OF EVIDENCE
Haley Duschinski, Vasiliki Neofotistos, Haley Duschinski, Victoria D Sanford and Mark Goodale

7:45 PM-9:00 PM

Saturday, November 19, 2016

8:00 AM-9:45 AM


5-0105
HUMAN RIGHTS VERNACULARIZATIONS: CELEBRATING THE WORK OF SALLY MERRY
Sally Engle Merry, Richard A Wilson, Elizabeth F. Drexler, Kimberly S Theidon and Daniel Goldstein

5-0180
ANTHROPOLOGY OF STATE FORMATION IN THE AGE OF STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE
Patrick C Lewis, Nazli Ozkan and Junaid A Rana

10:15 AM-12:00 PM


5-0390
HOW RESOURCES BECOME EVIDENT: A NEW ANTHROPOLOGY OF RESOURCES AND POLITICS
Alex J Golub, Alex J Golub and Veronica Davidov

12:15 PM-1:30 PM

1:45 PM-3:30 PM


5-0905
TOURISM IN A TIME OF TERROR. PART I: TERRORISM, POLITICS AND VIOLENCE
Michael A. Di Giovine, Michael A. Di Giovine and Lisa C Breglia

4:00 PM-5:45 PM


5-1100
THE EVIDENCE OF POWER: LAW, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND VISIBILITY
Moyukh Chatterjee, Moyukh Chatterjee, Saygun Gokariksel and Tobias Kelly

Sunday, November 20, 2016

8:00 AM-9:45 AM


6-0020
NEGOTIATING LAW AT THE BOUNDARIES OF THE SELF
Antonia Rivas and Antonia Rivas

6-0045
SCRUTINIZING MODELS IN AND FOR DEVELOPMENT IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH
Alexandra L Crampton, Marit Tolo Ostebo and Richard W Rottenburg

6-0135
SUBJECTIVITY AND POWER
Miranda Cady Hallett, Miranda Cady Hallett and Simanti Dasgupta

10:15 AM-12:00 PM


6-0305
THE EVIDENCE OF VIOLENCE AND THE VIOLENCE OF EVIDENCE
Brandon Hunter and Brandon Hunter