"RESISTANCE, RESILIENCE, ADAPTATION"

AAA 2018

November 14-18, 2018
San Jose, California

"STATES OF IMAGINATION: POLICY AND EXPERIENCE IN UNRECOGNIZED STATES"

Wednesday, November 14 | 2:15 PM – 3:00 PM

Diane O’Rourke, Victoria University |  Hilmi Ulas | Emily Hong, Cornell University + Ethnocine Collective | Mariangela Mihai Jordan – Cornell University + Ethnocine Collective | Siu Kei Cheng, Academia Sinica

“STUDENT AND EMERGENT SCHOLAR MENTORING SESSION”

Thursday, November 15 | 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Cansu Civelek, University of Vienna | Jennifer Hubbert, Lewis & Clark College

“ACADEMIC PRECARITY IN AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGY”

Thursday, November 15 | 4:15 PM-6:00 PM

Jennifer Hubbert, Lewis & Clark College | Paul Stubbs, The Institute of Economics | Carol A. MacLennan, Michigan Technological University | Reva G. Jaffe-Walter, University of Wisconsin-Madison | Diane O’Rourke, Victoria University | Cris Shore, University of Auckland

“MAPPING ETHNOGRAPHY: CRITICAL ENGAGEMENTS WITH MAPS AND MAPMAKING FOR PUBLIC DECISIONS”

Thursday, November 15 | 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Rebecca Warne Peters, Syracuse University | Lori Leonard, Cornell University | A. Peter Castro , Maxwell School, Syracuse University | Kimberley A. Coles, University of Redlands |  Kimberley A. Coles, University of Redlands | Kathleen Sullivan, California State University Los Angeles | Meghan Morris, American Bar Foundation

“ANTI-IMMIGRATION, ANTI-GENDER: TOWARD AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND RACE”

Friday, November 16 | 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Joanna Mishtal, University of Central Florida | Joanna Mishtal, University of Central Florida | Hadley Z. Renkin, Central European University | Victor Trofimov, European University Viadrina | Anastasia Rogova, University of British Columbia | Karolina Follis, Lancaster University | Agnieszka Koscianska, University of Warsaw | Valentina Napolitano, University of Toronto

ASAP BUSINESS MEETING

Friday, November 16 | 7:45 PM

Paul Stubbs, The Institute of Economics, Zagreb | Carol A. MacLennan, Michigan Technological University | David W. Haines, George Mason University | Cris Shore, University of Auckland | Diane O’Rourke, Victoria University | Cansu Civelek, University of Vienna | Theodore Powers, University of Iowa | Georgia Hartman, Pitzer College | Susan B. Hyatt, Indiana University, Purdue University at Indianapolis | Janine R. Wedel, George Mason University

“IN THE SERVICE OF THE PUBLIC GOOD: CONSIDERING THE AFFECTIVE AND MORAL WORLDS OF POLICY ACTORS”

Saturday, November 17 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Gregory D. Morton, Bard College | Renita Thedvall, Stockholm University | Berna Ekal, Istanbul Altinbas University | Ulrik Jennische, Stockholm University | Jen Sandler, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

FROM IDEA TO REALITY: THE EVOLUTION OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF POLICY

Saturday, November 17 | 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Noemi N. Lendvai, University of Bristol | Paul Stubbs, The Institute of Economics | Cansu Civelek, University of Vienna | Andrea Karin Muehlebach, University of Toronto | Carwil R. Bjork-James,  Vanderbilt University | Jeffry Maskovsky, CUNY Graduate Center | John Clarke, The Open University

“DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURES”

Saturday, November 17 | 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Gertjan Plets, Utrecht University | A. Lorraine Weekes, Stanford University | Kristin J. Skrabut, Tufts University | Zehra Hashmi,University of Michigan

“LEGACIES OF CONFLICT IN CRISIS”

Saturday, November 17 | 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Olga Demetriou, Durham University | Elisabeth Kirtsoglou, University of Durham | Elisabeth Kirtsoglou, University of Durham | Ayse Parla, Boston University | Gillian M. Evans, University of Manchester | Elizabeth Anne Davis, Princeton University

“IMAGINING AFRICA: RETHINKING ANTHROPOLOGICAL NARRATIVES FOR A CHANGING CONTINENT”

Saturday, November 17 | 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Dinah Hannaford, Texas A&M University | Sonia Rupcic, University of Michigan | Lisa Poggiali, University of Pennsylvania | Daniel Mains, University of Oklahoma | Nina Sylvanus, Northeastern University

“KNOWLEDGE, POWER, AND THE GOVERNANCE OF PUBLIC POLICY”

Sunday, November 18 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 PM

Interested in recent research on how knowledge and power work in public policy?

“STATES OF EXCEPTION: POLICY AND POLITICS IN EXCEPTIONAL TIMES” PART I

Sunday, November 18 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Greg Feldman, Simon Fraser University | Cris Shore, University of Auckland | Ayse Caglar, University of Vienna | Akihiro Ogawa, University of Melbourne | Ursula M. Dalinghaus, Ripon College | Violetta Zentai, Central European University

"STATES OF EXCEPTION: POLICY AND POLITICS IN EXCEPTIONAL TIMES" PART II

Sunday, November 18 | 10:15 AM-12:00 PM

Cansu Civelek, University of Vienna | Cris Shore, University of Auckland | Ayse Caglar, University of Vienna | David W. Haines, George Mason University | Julia Morris, The New School | Limor Samimian-Darash, Hebrew University | Ayse Seda Yuksel, University of Vienna | Greg Feldman, Simon Fraser University

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