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Aarhus University
THE ALLURE OF MAGIC
POSTCOLONIAL ANTHROPOCENE: MORE-THAN-HUMAN WORLD SYSTEMS (PANEL 1 OF 2)
UNCOMMON TERRITORIES OF THE ‘COMMON GOOD’
PRECIOUS RELICS: THE MUSEUMIFICATION OF RELIGION AND THE SACRALIZATION OF MUSEUMS
“IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY”. THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF KINSHIP AND CONTAGIOUS CONNECTIONS. PART 1
POSTCOLONIAL ANTHROPOCENE: PIDGINS, POWER, AND CONTAMINATED SURVIVAL (PANEL 2 OF 2)
NO ACCIDENT: MEDIATED PRODUCTION KNOWLEDGE AND IDENTITY
“IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY”. THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF KINSHIP AND CONTAGIOUS CONNECTIONS.PART 2
ANTHROPOLOGY NEWS CONTRIBUTING EDITOR AND COLUMNIST MEETING
NEGOTIATING A VIOLENT PAST: THE ROLE OF MEMORY AND IMAGINATION IN POST-WAR NORTHERN UGANDA
PART 2: EMBODIED VETERANS: PERSONAL APPROPRIATION, BIOPOWER AND NORMATIVE FITNESS
‘Hotel Cambridge’: How Migrancy Impacts the City
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in Globalizing India: An Ecosocial Approach to Structural Vulnerabilities in an Emerging Lifestyle Diseas
Fishes of Empire: The Colonial Histories of Patagonia’s Invasive Salmonids
“It Could be in the Clan of the Father”: Haunted Families after the War in Uganda
Relatedness, Care and Resistance:  Sharing Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
Cutting While Belonging. Alien Affection, Obesity and Kinship in Denmark
In the Name of the Father: Magic and the Enigma of Health Governance in Thailand
The Enticement of Bodies: Military Socialization, Masculinity, and Veteran Sexuality in Denmark
The Precious Relics of Tibet: Social Values and the Preservation of Religious Artifacts in Lhasa and Copenhagen
Passion, Robustness and Perseverance
Evidence of Futures in Entropic Times - Anxiety and Aspirations in the Lives of Indian Engineering Students
Sharing Knowledge through Food Work Danish Chefs and Home Economics As Mediators of Taste
Eyes of Certitude: A Sound-Image-Text Analysis of How Muslims in Denmark Learn to See By Listening to the Quran
ACCESS Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services
American Anthropological Association
AAA NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE MEETING
ASSOCIATION OPERATIONS COMMITTEE (AOC) MEETING
AAA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING PART 1
115th Annual Meeting Opening Keynote Address Deliverd by Melissa Harris-Perry
COPP COMMITTEE MEETING
AAA SECTION TREASURER'S MEETING
SECTION ASSEMBLY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
SOCIETY FOR LATIN AMERICAN & CARIBBEAN ANTHROPOLOGY (SLACA) BOARD MEETING
AAA PUBLIC EDUCATION INITIATIVE, THE WORLD ON THE MOVE: LIGHTNING TALKS ON HUMAN MIGRATION AND DISPLACEMENT
2016 AAA Awards Ceremony (By Invitation Only)
COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, CfHR, PUBLIC FORUM
AAA RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
THE MESSAGE AND THE MEDIUM: ADVANCING YOUR MISSION THROUGH COMMUNICATIONS
TRANSLATING ANTHROPOLOGY, TALKING TO OTHERS
NEW SECTION PRESIDENT'S ORIENTATION
Cmmittee on Minority Issues in Anthropology (CoMIA) COMMITTEE MEETING
AAA FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
AAA SECTION ASSEMBLY MEETING
Committe on Labor Relations (CLR) Committee Meeting
COMMITTEE ON THE FUTURE OF PRINT AND ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING (CFPEP) MEETING
COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, CfHR, COMMITTEE MEETING
ANTHROPOLOGICAL EXPERTISE ON TRIAL
American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Business Meeting
AAA Past President's Breakfast
AAA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING PART 2
ANNUAL MEETING FOR RPBEV WORKING GROUP (CMIA)
AAA PROGRAMMATIC CHAIRS MEETING
AAA Donor Recognition Reception- By Invitation Only
#Music #Socialmedia: Music and Hashtags in Online and Spoken Language
Excavating Archives: How the Re-Using of Archival Data Benefits a New Generation in a Technological Age
American University
POLITICAL ECONOMIC LOGICS: SOLIDARITY ECONOMIES, VIKING FUTURES, AND THE AGENTIVENESS OF THINGS
AAA PUBLIC EDUCATION INITIATIVE, THE WORLD ON THE MOVE: LIGHTNING TALKS ON HUMAN MIGRATION AND DISPLACEMENT
MAKING AND REMAKING THE AFRICAN CITY: THE ROLE OF LABOR AND ECONOMIC EXCHANGE IN TRANSFORMING URBAN SPACES
PUBLIC ANTHROPOLOGY AT THE MINNEAPOLIS CENTRAL LIBRARY: ANTHROPOLOGISTS DISCUSS BOOKS ON RACE, IMMIGRATION, AND WAR
QUEER SUBORDINATION: EVIDENCING BELONGING IN LGBTQ IMMIGRATION LAW
TITS: ACCIDENT, TRANSGRESSION, AND MILK IN A CYBORG ERA, PART I
GLOBAL ELISIONS: SILENCE AND CIRCUMVENTION IN CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT
LOCAL ECONOMIES: THE IMPACTS OF OLD AND NEW STRUCTURES
TITS: ACCIDENT, TRANSGRESSION, AND MILK IN A CYBORG ERA, PART II
Tearing Down a False Divide: Theoretically and Publicly Engaged Anthropology at the Graduate Center, City University of New York
Tits, Transgression and Tenure
Creating New Urban Neighborhoods on Bamako’s Periphery
Gmos and Anti-Colonial Narratives in Ghana
“I Did Not Taste Any Life Here”—Realities of the ‘Guest’ Label on Iraqi Refugee Women in Amman, Jordan
Policymaking and Governance in the Margins of the Ethiopian State
ACTS of Composition and Circumvention in International Conservation Organizations
Playing the Project: Environmental NGOs and Aid Funding in Haiti
Submitting Evidence: Marijuana and the Transformation of Criminal Knowledges in the Public Realm
Queer Ambivalence in the Asylum Waiting Game
Brown Bodies and Intimate Connections Across the Color Line
Applications of 3D Scanning in Teaching Bioarchaeology: Highlighting Multiple Functional Views of Skeletal Anomalies in Two European Samples
American University, Department of Anthropology
Anthropology Department University of Vienna
Ara Institute of Canterbury
Arizona State University
ETHNOGRAPHIC RECORDS AS EVIDENCE: KNOWLEDGE, ERASURE, AND THE DISCOVERABLE
COLLECTIVITY IN TIMES OF POLITICAL PRECARITY
IN-GROUPS, OUT-GROUPS, AND HUMAN-PREVENTABLE HARM: TOWARD AN EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY OF INTER-GROUP RELATIONSHIPS
CERAMIC ECOLOGY XXX: CURRENT ADVANCES IN CERAMIC RESEARCH
THE SERENDIPITOUS, ECLECTIC, AND COLLABORATIVE: REFLECTIONS ON AND HONORING NANCY ABELMANN (1959-2016) PART 2
THEATER, PERFORMANCE, AND SPECTACLE IN EDUCATIONAL POLICY RESEARCH
ETHNOGRAPHY AND KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION ACROSS SPACE AND TIME
HOW DO ETHNOGRAPHIC METHODS NEED TO EVOLVE IN ORDER TO ADDRESS NEW RESEARCH CHALLENGES?
BIOARCHAEOLOGISTS SPEAK OUT: CHALLENGING THE PUNDITS WITH EVIDENCE AND NEW DISCOVERIES FROM THE PAST (PART 1)
BIOARCHAEOLOGISTS SPEAK OUT: CHALLENGING THE PUNDITS WITH EVIDENCE AND NEW DISCOVERIES FROM THE PAST  (PART 2)
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: GLOBAL HEARTLAND
Bioarchaeologists (SHOULD) Speak out
Biodistance in the Age of Genomics: Shedding the Racialist Patina of the Cranial Typologists
From Fractured Pots to Cohesive Communities: Pottery Production and Potter Interaction in Evolving Ancestral Wendat Villages (ca. 1400-1550 C.E.)
Integrating Ceramic Data through Metatypology: An Example from Northwest Mexico
A Photovoice Analysis of Place Meanings and Attachments for Conservation Volunteers
From Threat Avoidance to Moral Injury: The Gene-Culture Co-Evolution of Combat Stress
The Promise of Integrating Big and Small Scales in the Biocultural Study of Inequalities
Stigma, Embodied Inequality, and the Future of Biocultural Anthropology
Testing Competing Models of the Relationship Between Body Shape & Human Health
Methods Matter: How Precise Operational Definitions Change Interpretations of Ethnography, with Application to Multi-Site Studies
Degeneracy/Restoration: Social (Dis)Order and the Allocation of Biomedical Treatment in Victorian Scotland
Educational Reform As Political Theater: Dramas of Obscurantism in Global Neoliberal Contexts
Materializing the Thinning Man: Managing Food and the Body in a Post-Bariatric Context
Taisho Era Ikumen? : Featuring the Massan of the Past As a Model for the Contemporary Husband and Father
Comparing Cultural Consensus Findings on Cervical Cancer Symptoms in Two Low Education Level Samples from Southeast Georgia and Cusco, Peru
Healthy Eating: Lay Taxonomy and Interpretations
Latin@ Im/Migrant Families Creative Use of Technology with School-Mandated Homework Tasks Outside of School: A Pilot Study
“As One People, As One Nation”: Reconstructing Mauritian History and Identity through the Mauritian National History Museum
Cross-Cultural Approaches to Understanding Emotional Geographies of Climate Change
Suicide Surveillance and Health Diplomacy in Nepal: A Qualitative and Social Network Analysis
From Holy Defense to Defending Holy Shrines:  the Islamic Republic and the Politics of Martyrdom Extended
State of Terror, States of Mind: The Case of Mental Feminicide in Guatemala City
Seeing Red: Ethnography and Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Scale and the Superorganic: Recovering Histories of Scalar Thinking for Educational Anthropology
Place Based Social Networks: A Case Study Using Newspaper Accounts from Amache a WWII Japanese Internment Camp
Intersections of Global Citizenship Education (GCE) and Inclusive Education
The Intersection of Ecosystem Services, Homelessness, and Water Insecurity in Phoenix, Arizona
Cultural Knowledge of Food Cost Among Mexican Immigrants in Alabama: The Impact of Social Networks with Americans
How Do Ethnographic Methods Need to Evolve in Order to Address New Research Challenges?
Topographies of Voice and Its Reception: The Islamic Republic of Iran and Two Cases of Different Court Hearings
Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
Autonomous University of Barcelona
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