Affiliation Index: C
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California State University, Fresno
Carnegie Mellon University
Center for Healthcare Organization and Implementation Research, Department of Veterans Affairs
City University of New York, Brooklyn College
City University of New York, Kingsborough Community College
City University of New York, The Graduate Center
COMMITTED ANTHROPOLOGY: CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF GRADUATE ANTHROPOLOGY AT CUNY
SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (SMA) SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP (SIG) CHAIRS BREAKFAST
WAS THAT RACIST?
SIGNS OF RACE IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
MORAL ECONOMIES OF CARE: DILEMMAS OF INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION (PART 2)
INDIGENOUS MOBILITIES
THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION IN INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXTS
INTERSECTIONS, POLICIES, AND POLITICS: EXPLORING THE INFLUENCE OF SANDRA MORGEN
SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (SMA) BOARD MEETING
GLOBAL ACTION: NEW PARADIGMS FOR SOCIAL AND POLITICAL MOVEMENTS
RACE AND REPRODUCTION
STATES OF ENTANGLEMENT: EMBODYING TOXIC FUTURES UNDER COLONIAL AND SETTLER COLONIAL REGIMES
MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY STUDENT ASSOCIATION OPEN BUSINESS MEETING
ANTHROPOLOGIES OF JUSTICE AND FREEDOM: EXPLORING THE INFLUENCE OF LEITH MULLINGS, PART I
ANTHROPOLOGIES OF JUSTICE AND FREEDOM: EXPLORING THE INFLUENCE OF LEITH MULLINGS, PART II
The New, New Barbarians within the Gates: Poverty Politics in the 21st Century United States
Gauging a Good Death: Power, Risk, and Rights in End of Life Care
‘Heroes and Whiners’: Caring for Patient-Soldiers in the Post-9/11 Era
Beyond Health: Food and Gender Identity Transitions in American Nursing Homes
Political Imagination and Political Inauguration in Mumbai’s Urban Struggles
“There Are No Blacks in Mexico” Searching Recognition of the African Diaspora
“Don’t Trust Politicians”: “Self-Organization” Versus “Grassroots” Activism on Ukraine’s Maidan
Mapping Indigenous Futures: Disrupting Pathways of Toxic Settler Colonialism
Indigenous Mobility Strategies in Rural Highland Ecuador
Pros and Cons for Female Laborers of Increased Rice Production Under SRI
Money, Sex Work, and the Financialization of Obscenity in the Adult Film Industry 
Heroes for Hire: Employing the “New Greatest Generation”
“We Won’t Go”: Producing Memory, Care and Collectivity in San Francisco's Anti-Eviction Activism
Redaction & Metadata: Evidence through Information Absence & Archival Presence in US Government Records of the “War on Terror”
Debt Hegemony: State Restructuring, Finance, and the New Approach to Housing in Cairo
Race, Erasure, Education and the Cuban Revolution
Spotting Race: A Semiotic Analysis of the “Mongolian Spot”
Sharing Race: Semiotics and Digital Circulation in Brazil
Reproducing the Nation: Silencing African Heritage in Chile
From Reproducers of Poverty to Global Markets: Gestational Surrogacy in Puerto Rico
Race and Feminist Approaches to Self-Administered Abortion in the US
Race and Reproduction in U.S. Women’s Prisons
Sexual Panic: Reproductive Justice in Black Nicaragua
The (Re)Presentation of Absence: Performance, Racial-Semiotic Ideologies, and the Management of Puerto Rican Blackness
What Counts As Evidence?: Researching Ancient Patterns of Sustainability
City University of New York, York College
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
College of St. Benedict/St. John's University
Columbia University
DATA FRICTION
INFRASTRUCTURE AND/AS ETHICS, PART II
FUTURES IN THE MAKING, PART I: SEEING/MAKING POTENTIAL: GATHERING FUTURES THROUGH PEOPLE, PLACES, AND THINGS
THE ANTHROPOCENE AS ACCUMULATION STRATEGY
PUBLIC POLICY SUMMIT
UNDERSTANDING THE MAKING OF SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE: FOSTERING CROSS SUB-DISCIPLINARY CONVERSATION ON THE POLITICS OF FORENSIC PRACTICES.
SUCCESSFUL FAILURE: METHODOLOGICAL POSSIBILITIES AND PARADIGMATIC ALTERITIES
EVIDENCE AND THE ENDS OF AIDS: SCIENCE, DISCOURSE, AND POLITICS AT THE END OF THE TREATMENT SCALE-UP ERA
RACE IN POSTGENOMIC TIMES
DISCOVERING WORK
MEANINGS OF MONEY AND SEX WORK: UNDOING THE PREDICTABLE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SEX WORK AND MONEY. PART I
RAPPAPORT PAPER PRIZE PANEL
RITUALS OF DEBT; RITUALS OF DEATH
HORIZONS OF AN OTHERWISE: ENGAGING AND 'EVIDENCING' THE POLITICS OF THE RE*
COMPETING REGIMES OF CARE: ECONOMIES, AFFECTS, AND PRACTICE
DISCOVERING THE CULTURE OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR: THE INFLUENTIAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF STEPHEN F. GUDEMAN PART ONE
RE/DISCOVERING SMALL AFTER THE AMERICAN CENTURY
Front Porch Strategy: Repairing and Resurrecting a Post-Katrina Otherwise, a Love Song for New Orleans
The Speaking Corpse: Evidence in Forensic Anthropology
You're so Exciting: Desire, Power, and Interpretive Friction in Digital Self Tracking
Still Life in Ruins: Infrastructure and the Ethical Imagination in a Sudanese Ruin
Learning Human Rights: Ethics and Everyday Life Under Encampment
Sex, Subjectivity and Politics at the End of AIDS: Towards a Critical Medical Anthropology of PrEP
From a Global Crisis to the “End of Aids”: New Epidemics of Signification
Radiation Wrapping: Bounding Contamination in Fukushima Prefecture
‘El Paquete’: Digital Circulation, Circumvention, and Exclusion in Cuba
Money Unites, Money Divides: Monetisation in Central Asia
A Feminist Engagement with Syrian Refugee Resettlement: The Case of Allentown PA
Debt, Accumulation and the Potency of Money
Play and Work at Industry Hackathons
Columbia University, Department of Religion
Columbia University, Oral History MA Program
Columbia University, Teachers College
CHILDHOOD(S) IN NEOLIBERAL INDIA: MEDIATING GENDERED ASPIRATIONS IN EDUCATIVE SPACES
SUCCESSFUL FAILURE: METHODOLOGICAL POSSIBILITIES AND PARADIGMATIC ALTERITIES
THE INTERSECTIONS AND INTRICACIES OF RACE(ISM) AND CASTE(ISM) IN THE ACADEMY
YOUTH CITIZENSHIP, EDUCATION, AND CONFLICT
BEYOND LEARNING: DESIGN AND INNOVATION IN THE PRODUCTION OF THE NEW NORMAL
Diybio and Coming into the New: The Natural History of a "Garage Lab"
The Histories We Tell. Immobilizing the Past to Mobilize the Present in a Chilean Public High School.
"What If the Horse Didn't End:" Inventing an Assessment for Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy
Designated Play: Doing "Play" and Playing "Games" in Internet Cafes in Beijing, China
N Is for Nation: Citizenship Education and Counterterrorism on Nigeria's Sesame Square
One Day, Many Schools: How Private Schooling Options Impact the Way School Is Done in Cambodia
The Impact of Dominican Maternal Migration on Educational Expectations and Education Experiences of Immigrant Young Adults in New York City
Collectively Constructing the Facts of after-School Documentary Production
Nia, Nia, Nia, and Nia: The Cultural Construction of an Educated Adolescent
Merging the English-Hindi Divide: Speaking Advantage at All-Girls’ ‘Public Schools’ and Coaching Centers in Northern India
Entrepreneurial Domesticity: Negotiating NGO Aspirations with Desires for Middle Class Womanhood 
Learning to Govern: The Student Police Cadet and the Making of Participatory Citizens in Kerala, India
When Religion Matters: Creating Support Networks in a Diverse Refugee Student Population
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
Cornell University
LESSONS FOR CARE IN THE ANTHROPOCENE
(TRANSNATIONAL) LATINAS/OS NAVIGATING INSTITUTIONAL POWER STRUCTURES: CULTURA AND FAMILIA INFORMING EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS
RETHINKING GENDER NORMATIVITY, SEXUALITY, AND MORALITY THROUGH NON-BIOMEDICAL EPISTEMOLOGIES
VOCAL FAILURES AND THE PRODUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE
VITAL KNOWLEDGE AND LIVELY CARNALITY: INSPIRATIONS FROM THE WORK OF JUDITH FARQUHAR ON MEDICINE, BODIES AND VITALITIES
PRECARIOUS URBANISM: THE VIEW FROM TRANSFORMATIONAL RESEARCH
Past and Present Caste: An Homage to M. N. Srinivas
How a Community Teaches Justice: Public Pedagogies and Youth–Adult Civic Learning in Everyday Social Movement
Mentoring and Conference-Going in the Development of Histories of Anthropology: The Professional Life of Regna Darnell
Refusing Scarcity: Affirming Bonds of Kinship and Care in Bihar, India
Collecting, Naming and Conserving: Territory and History Making at the Turkish Seed-Gene Bank
Experts and the Production of Queer Kinship: A Comparative Approach
Modeling Collaboration: Forming Self-Similar Nuclear Waste Futures in Finland
(Re)Producing Family Business: Ethical Configuration Among Colombian Business-Owning Families
Enginology: Inquiry and Secrecy in Search Engine Optimization
Wild Appetites and Their Institution: Locating the Emerging Herbals Industry in Tanzania

Performing the Borders of Two Nations: Visual Representations of Haitian and Dominican National Identity
Biologizing Culture, Racializing Indigeneity: The World Bank and Public Health in the “Land of Six Peoples”
Comparing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Psychodynamic Interventions: On Specificity and Evidence in West Bank Psychosocial Interventions
A Monstrous Morality: Tzitzimime and Their Relatives As Enforcers of Social Control
Listening so They Can Speak: How to Pay Attention to Plant Communication
Transgender Vocalities and Sonic Glitches: Vocal Failure As Critical Practice
Failing through the Voice, Learning through the Body
“There Should be a Sign”: Ethics, Semiotics, and the Boundaries of the Self

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