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TRACING HUMANITARIAN AND DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTION STRATEGIES AND FRAMEWORKS IN AN ERA OF NEOLIBERAL AID
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Reviewed By: Association for Political and Legal Anthropology
Thursday, November 17, 2016: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists
Organizers:  Kari Bergstrom Henquinet (Michigan Technological University) and Sara E Thiam (Johns Hopkins University, School of Public Health)
Chairs:  Sara E Thiam (Johns Hopkins University, School of Public Health) and Kari Bergstrom Henquinet (Michigan Technological University)
Discussants:  Matthew R Dudgeon (Emory University)
4:15 PM
How Aid Fashions Fashion Aid
Priscilla A Magrath (University of Arizona)
4:30 PM
Development, Disempowerment, and Debt
Courtney B Kurlanska (Rochester Institute of Technology)
4:45 PM
Migrant Death and Identification: The Paradox of Forensic Science As Humanitarian Aid at the US-Mexico Border
Alyson J O'Daniel (University of Indianapolis) and Krista Latham (University of Indianapolis)
5:00 PM
Out-Sourcing Child Protection in Senegal: Neoliberalism, Aid and Child Suffering
Sara E Thiam (Johns Hopkins University, School of Public Health)
5:30 PM
Discussant
Matthew R Dudgeon (Emory University)