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CALLING EVIDENCE INTO BEING: VIOLENCE AND THE TROUBLESOME DEAD
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Sponsored By: Society for the Anthropology of Religion
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, Those involved in mentoring activities
Organizers:  Ana Mariella Bacigalupo (Max Planck Institute, Study of Religious & Ethnic Diversity) and Arpita Roy (Max Planck Institute, Study of Religious & Ethnic Diversity)
Chairs:  Laurel Kendall (American Museum of Natural History) and Margaret J Wiener (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Discussants:  Erik Mueggler (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
1:45 PM
History, Memory, and the Uses of Dismemberment
Beth A Conklin (Vanderbilt University)
2:00 PM
Death, Knowledge and Liberation: A Study in Ascetic Tantrism
Arpita Roy (Max Planck Institute, Study of Religious & Ethnic Diversity)
2:15 PM
The Body in the Forest: Death, Religion, and the Problem of Poly-Ontology in Southwest China
Mireille Mazard (Max Planck Institute, Study of Religious & Ethnic Diversity)
2:45 PM
The Traumatic Memory Politics of the Mapuche Undead in Post-Pinochet Chile
Ana Mariella Bacigalupo (Max Planck Institute, Study of Religious & Ethnic Diversity)
3:00 PM
Uncanny Realities and Indigenous Healing in Post-Pinochet Chile
Dorthe Brogaard Kristensen (University of Southern Denmark)
3:15 PM
Discussant
Erik Mueggler (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)