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Salem State University
School for Advanced Research
Seoul National University
KEYWORDS FOR IMAGING STUDIES IN MEDICINE AND LIFE SCIENCES
VALUE AND VALUES: SOCIAL ENTERPRISES AND SHARING ECONOMY IN EAST ASIA
ENTANGLEMENTS OF SOCIALITY, POLITICAL IDEOLOGY, AND THE PSYCHE: THE TWO KOREAS
Chinese Spouses or Taiwanese’s Compatriots? : An Ethnographic Study of Social Network Among Chinese Marriage Migrants in Taiwan
"Godori till Death": Playing and Socializing Among the Rural Elderly in Contemporary South Korea
Navigating Ambiguous Family Ideologies: Domestic Adoption and Confucian Legacies in South Korea
“We Are Still Alive(huodong)” : Discovery of Marginalized Life of the Chinese Elderly and Their Resistance in Aging Era
In Between the Secular and the Religious: Ambiguities and Fluidity of Korean Shamanism in Korean Modernity
The End of Creative Commons Korea: Navigating Tensions Between “Free Culture” and “Sharing Economy”
Journey from Native to Postcolonial: Reflection on the Fieldwork in Kazakhstan
“Beyond Being Individuals”: Selfhood and Self-Other Dynamics in a Theater Commune in South Korea
The Affect of Chong and Its Social Embodiment: An Affective Community Among Urban Football Supporters in South Korea
Socialist Vision, Revolutionary Mind-Hearts: The Performance of a North Korean Refugee Performing Arts Troupe
Why Is the Party Our Mother?: The Cultural Psychodynamics of Maternal Affect and Its Political Appropriation in North Korea
"Spatializing English" to Increase the Property Value: Inviting English Village at Upscale Apartment Complexes in South Korea
Gone Deaf with the Central: Self, Memory and Landscape in a Former Sugar Town in Cuba
Branding Music, Branding Nation: Recontextualization of Traditional Music in Contemporary Korea
Shanghai International Studies University/Harvard University
Simon Fraser University
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT ANTHROPOLOGISTS (NASA) BOARD MEETING
ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO SOCIAL WORK AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
MOBILITY AND MODERNITY IN PLACE AND SPACE
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT ANTHROPOLOGISTS (NASA) BUSINESS MEETING
ASAP BOARD MEETING
ETHNOGRAPHY AMONG THE HIDDEN: INVISIBILITY OF SUBSTANCES, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, AND USERS
THE POWER OF AMBIENT FAITH
DISCOVERING WORK
STUDENT ORIENTATION TO THE AAAS AND NETWORKING EVENT
MATERIALITY ON THE MOVE; PASTS AND FUTURES THROUGH THE OBJECTS OF LATIN AMERICA
Moving through Water: Youths' Everyday Practices and Embodied Activities in Swim Clubs
Seeing like an Anthropologist? Ethnography of Alcohol Consumption By Inuit
Is Social Class Solidarity Compatible with Neoliberalism? Notes from the South African Battle Front
Blending in: Russian Orthodox Pronatalism, Religious Defaults, and the Question of a State Church in Contemporary Russia
Next-Stage Performativity: How Global Health Invest-Ables Are Changing Health Worlds
“We Need to Build a Relationship with Him”: Precariousness and Care Among Youths and Their Fathers in Transnational Families
Cervical Screening Technologies and the Safety of Distance in Swaziland
The Importance of Being Serious: The Individual and Imaginative Stakes in Becoming Adult in Western Kenya
Types of Knowledge, Types of Action: Alternative Sovereignties within European Security Apparatuses
Plastic Economy: A Critique of Informality in Brazil
Screened Sensorium of Holy Tears: Media Ethnography of Sufi Dhikr Ritual in Inner Asia
The Making of the “Modern” Driver in Hyderabad, India
Spanish National Research Council
Stanford University
GENETIC EVIDENCE
SECRECY, RELIGION AND THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF ETHICS
CONCEIVING A GENEROUS ANTHROPOLOGY: HONORING THE WORK OF RAYNA RAPP
DYSTOPIAS AND THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF SOCIAL CHANGE: EMERGENT TECHNOLOGIES, MORALITIES, AND IMAGINATIONS
TOWING THE LINE: STATE SOVEREIGNTY AND THE BORDERSPACE
NEOLIBERAL HERITAGE STATECRAFT: EXPLORING THE HERITAGE/EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES NEXUS
SUCCESSFUL FAILURE: METHODOLOGICAL POSSIBILITIES AND PARADIGMATIC ALTERITIES
TRANSNATIONAL INTIMACIES OF POST-SOCIALISM: FRIENDSHIP, EDUCATION AND NATIONAL RE-IMAGINATIONS
THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF INNOVATION: ECONOMIES OF CREATIVITY AND STRATEGIC DISCOVERY
CONCEIVING A GENEROUS ANTHROPOLOGY: HONORING THE WORK OF RAYNA RAPP
AMERICAN ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY (AES) BOARD MEETING
CONTESTED KNOWLEDGE AND THE POLITICS OF RECOGNITION IN LATINA/O AMERICA
DEVELOPMENT'S "HALF - LIFE": DIVERSE MOMENTS IN THE CIRCULATION OF EXTRACTIVE CAPITAL
ETHICS AND THE IDEAL OF DEVOTION: ACCOUNTABILITY, EVIDENCE, AND REPRESENTATION
ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE PUBLIC: A WENNER-GREN 75th ANNIVERSARY PANEL
LEGALIZING SOUNDS: NOISE, MATERIALITY, AND PUBLIC SPACE
TALKIN' AND TESTIFYIN' TO BLACK HUMANITY: PRODUCING BLACK LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY THEN AND NOW
FALSE EVIDENCE OF A NEW CRISIS: TIME AND WAITING WITH REFUGEES
GENERATION AND GENEALOGY: A GENS COLLECTIVE CONVERSATION ABOUT GENERATING CAPITALISM
KINDLING TERROR, PANIC AND GOD
STEREO-TYPES: VOICING PERSONS, ENTITIES, AND CONCEPTS THROUGH GRAPHIC ARTIFACTS
LANGUAGE AND THE BODY
RACIOLINGUISTIC IDEOLOGIES: FIELD-BASED APPROACHES IN THE LOCAL AND GLOBAL
SPIRITED CAPITALISMS: BECOMING AN ENTREPRENEURIAL SUBJECT
THE 2016 U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: ANTHROPOLOGISTS REFLECT ON WHAT JUST HAPPENED
Displacement in Real Time:Contemporary Archaeologies of Forced and Undocumented Migration (Part 2)
AFFECT AND THE MATERIALITY OF RUINS: RADIOACTIVE SUBJECTS, CONTESTED FUTURES, AND EVIDENCE OF LOST WORLDS
FIGURING THE FUTURE IN POST-SOCIALIST EUROPE: THE ‘WORK’ OF WHAT IS TO COME
EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO INEQUALITY
BEYOND LEARNING: DESIGN AND INNOVATION IN THE PRODUCTION OF THE NEW NORMAL
Asymmetries of Evidence: Discourse, Materiality, and Social Networks in Communal Violence
With the Peace That We Have: Socialism and Wild Capitalism in Angola’s New Universities
Wild West (Ad)Ventures
American Apprehensions: Racial Profiling in Institutional and Semiotic Perspective
Contested Chronotopes: Estofuturism and the Affect of e-Governance in Estonia
The Moral Body: Transnational Pimping and Notions of the Perpetrator in Eastern Romania
Kindling Voicces
A Comparative Critical Phenomenology of Drug Addiction Among Mestizos in the Upper Huallaga Valley, Peru
Tracing the Borders: Legal Evidence and the Making of National Borders in Turkish Courts
Heritage Statecraft in Gazprom’s Resource Colonies: When Indigenous Politics Meet Neoliberal Subjectivities in the Altai Republic (Russia)
‘Our Fast Is Better Than Your Fast’: Secret Interreligious Hierarchies and Muslim/Christian Coexistence in Orthodox Christian Majority Ethiopia
Evidencing Education for Food Sovereignty: Critical Food System As Praxis
“My People Are Destroyed for Lack of Knowledge”: The Values of Cultural Heritage in Rwanda
Addicted to Ancestry? : Scientific Belonging, Data Sharing, and Mapping Minority (Health) Risk
Evidence of God's Care: Care and the Paradox of Spiritual Healing
Radiophobia and Radiophobes: Kazakhstan's Nuclear Futures
Kindling a Sense of Presence: Lessons from Virtual Reality
An Artful Business: The Rise of Entrepreneurial Gurus in Botswana
Fragments of Relatedness: Writing, Archiving, and the Vicissitudes of Kinship
Industrial Futures: The Namib As “Blasted Landscape”
The Boring Document: Semiosis and Affective Effects
Notoriously Risky Hearts: Igbo Nigerian Mercantile Capitalism and the Geopolitics of Profit Across the Global South
From Sissy to Sickening: The Role of the Body in the Indexical Landscape of /s/ in the Soma Drag Scene
Libidinal Urbanism in Pushpamala's Phantom Series
Building Houses That Burn: Quality and Material Harm in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
State-Dependence, Uncertainty, and the Economic Rationality of Poor People
Speed and Status: Embodied Sociolinguistic Style
Expanding National Power One NGO at a Time: Unesco, Intangible Heritage, and the Role of NGOs
Lively Artifacts: Perception, Agency, and Ethics in an Animal Rights Activist Collective
Engendering Ethnicity: Government NGO-Graphies, Demographic Anxieties, and the “Palestinian Problem” in Jordan
After Capital’s Disconnection, a Post - Industrial Land Control
The Greening of Extractivism: The Changing Meanings of Extraction in the Western Brazilian Amazon
Defining the Medical Herbalist in Ghana: The Personal and Professional Stakes of Boundary Work
“I Am Indeed Afraid of ‘Isms’”: How the Promotion of Colonial Ruins As Cultural Heritage Obscures and Reveals Radical Urban Histories in Post-Independence Indonesia
The Subject in Noise: Hearing Bodies and Measurement Tools
Finding Roads: Situating Ni-Vanuatu Approaches to Seasonal Work Opportunities, and Uncertain Futures
Becoming Native to the Other Florida: Scales of Water in Multi-Sited Interpretation
Entrepreneur-Citizen: Moralities of Chronicity and Social Change in Lebanon
Fluctuating Commodities, Qatar Museums, and the Uncertainties of Public-Private Cultural Development
Charitable Giving and “Moral Breakdown”: Practicing Non-Sectarianism in Lebanon
A Complete Fantasy: Insights from a Late Nineteenth-Century Ethnographic Collection from Northern California
Economies of Blame: Affective Landscapes of Indebtedness, Precarity and Identity Among Indigent Muslim Traders of Old Delhi
The Para-Ethnographic Evidence of Loan Officers As Arbiters of Urban Contingency: The Case of “Publinet” Internet Cafes in Popular Neighborhoods of Tunis
State University of New York Institute of Techology
State University of New York, Oneonta
Stockholm University
ANTHROPOLOGICAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE (ACC) MEETING
AAA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING PART 1
ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE WORLDS OF WELFARE CAPITALISM
COLOR POLITICS: AGENCY, EVALUATION, MATERIALITY
SENSUOUS SCHOLARSHIP, 20 YEARS LATER
OTHER WRITING GENRES: EXPLORING THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL PRODUCTION OF TEXTUAL EVIDENCE, PART I
CRIMINAL ENTANGLEMENTS: ETHNOGRAPHIES OF TRANSNATIONAL ORGANISED CRIME
OTHER WRITING GENRES: EXPLORING THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL PRODUCTION OF TEXTUAL EVIDENCE, PART II  
AAA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING PART 2
THE MOBILE BORDER
SOCIETY FOR HUMANISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY (SHA) BOARD MEETING
THEORY AND METHOD IN MEETING ETHNOGRAPHY: ENGAGING WITH KEY SITES OF EVIDENCE AND INQUIRY ACROSS DIVERSE POLICY WORLDS
ORGANIZER DISCOVERING THE CULTURE OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR: THE INFLUENTIAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF STEPHEN F. GUDEMAN PART TWO
SLEEPWALKING INTO EXTINCTION: ELAINE SCARRY'S S.O.S. TO ANTHROPOLOGISTS
SOCIETY FOR HUMANISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY (SHA) MEMBER'S MEETING AND AWARDS CEREMONY
A Tale of Two Translations: Textual Evidence in Academic Writing and Cultural Journalism
“Traditional" Customers: Domestic Aesthetics and a Moral Economy of Colors
Evaluation By Colors: Assessing “Joy at Work” in Preschools By the Colors Green, Yellow and Red
Infrastructures of Forced Migration: Organizing Refugee Mobility from the Horn of Africa to Europe  
Politics of the Gutter: Street Traders, Market Vendors and the Making of Tamale, Ghana
The Last Policeman
Bleach of the City: Whitening, Guilt and Privilege in Detroit
Toward a Theory of the Meeting: Structure, Practice, and Maker 
Imaginable Futures: Anticipatory Knowledge, Evidence, and Narratives of Futurity in Think Tanks
STOCKTON UNIVERSITY
SUNY, Oswego
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