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BIOCULTURAL APPROACHES TO THE EMBODIMENT OF INEQUALITY: EVIDENCE AND METHODS  FROM THREE GENERATIONS OF SCHOLARS PART ONE
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Reviewed By: Biological Anthropology Section
Friday, November 18, 2016: 1:45 PM-3:30 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:  Morgan Hoke (Northwestern University)
Chairs:  Morgan Hoke (Northwestern University)
Discussants:  Agustin Fuentes (Notre Dame University)
1:45 PM
Is ‘Biocultural' Good to Think?: Anthropologists' Use of the Term in the 21st Century
Jennifer Michelle Cullin (Indiana University) and Andrea S Wiley (Indiana University)
2:15 PM
Like Being “in Quicksand”: Financial Debt As Embodied Suffering
Elizabeth Sweet (University of Massachusetts, Boston)
2:30 PM
American Samoa and the Embodiment of Inequality in the Age of Zika
Michaela E Howells (University of North Carolina, Wilmington) and Michelle Pieters (University of North Carolina, Wilmington)
3:15 PM
Discussant
Agustin Fuentes (Notre Dame University)