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ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE POLITICS OF THE PUBLIC SPHERE: THE AFTERLIFE OF EXOTICS AT HOME
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Reviewed By: Society for the Anthropology of North America
Thursday, November 17, 2016: 1:45 PM-3:30 PM

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Organizers:  Jane L Collins (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Chairs:  Roger N Lancaster (George Mason University) and Jane L Collins (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Discussants:  Lesley Gill (Vanderbilt University)
2:00 PM
Ghetto Ethnography Redux:  What Alice Goffman and Her Critics Might Have Learned from Exotics at Home
Susan B. Hyatt (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis)
2:15 PM
The New, New Barbarians within the Gates: Poverty Politics in the 21st Century United States
Jeffry Maskovsky (City University of New York, The Graduate Center)
2:30 PM
The Color of Debt, Social Policy and the "Invisibility" of Black Males
David Pate (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
2:45 PM
Jrotc and Neoliberal Stories of Redemption
Gina M Perez (Oberlin College)
3:15 PM
Discussant
Lesley Gill (Vanderbilt University)