2016 Minneapolis AAA

NGOs and Nonprofits Interest Group events and sessions:

Date & Time Title Event type URL
Thursday, November 17, 8am-9:45am 3-0160 – THE NGOIZATION OF RELIGION: RITUAL, REPRESENTATION, AND DEVELOPMENT Invited panel http://bit.ly/2bmqAO7
Thursday, November 17, 12:15pm-1:30pm 3-0575 – INTEREST GROUP ON NGOS AND NONPROFITS (NGO) ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING Organizing meeting http://bit.ly/2bmsQ7W
Friday, November 19, 4pm-5:45pm 5-1090 – EVIDENTIARY PRACTICES AND THE AFTERLIVES OF DATA IN TRANSNATIONAL ADVOCACY Reviewed panel http://bit.ly/2bEtxge

Sessions and events directly related to NGOs and nonprofits:

Day Date & Time Title Event type URL
Wednesday November 16, 8am-5pm 2-0010 – THEORY AND PRAXIS IN DECOLONIZING THE NATIONAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACT Workshop http://bit.ly/2bzw5MF
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0075 – REFUGEES, EVIDENCE, AND THE POLITICS OF PROOF Panel http://bit.ly/2bIHd71
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0080 – STRUCTURAL VULNERABILITY AND HEALTH RISKS OF MARGINALIZED/ INVISIBLE SOCIAL GROUPS Panel http://bit.ly/2bzC7g3
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0130 – WHAT IS THE OPPOSITE OF NEOLIBERAL?: ETHNOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE, ACCIDENTAL AFFINITIES, PARADOXICAL STRUGGLES Panel http://bit.ly/2bAGtni
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0220 – THE EVERYDAY AS EVIDENCE: TRANSLATING TRAUMA INTO POLICY, LAW AND JUSTICE Panel http://bit.ly/2bjDiNd
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0235 – MIGRANTS IN BORDER ZONES Panel http://bit.ly/2bAjCIx
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0210 – THE BEST OF TIMES, WORST OF TIMES: REPRESENTATION, REMEMBRANCE AND RESPONSE TO DISASTER Panel http://bit.ly/2blC8Ro
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0195 – POST-HUMAN, POST-PETROL, POST-DISASTER Panel http://bit.ly/2bOGfIB
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0310 – HEGEMONY OF EVIDENCE: THE SHAPING OF KNOWLEDGE AND UNCERTAINTY Panel http://bit.ly/2bDzpX8
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0390 – PUBLIC EVIDENCE AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT Panel http://bit.ly/2bRhmM6
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0395 – CRITICAL VIEWS ON TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH AROUND THE GLOBE Panel http://bit.ly/2bMdOf2
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0440 – MANIPULATED AND MARGINALIZED: THE TORTUOUS FATES OF MIGRANTS Panel http://bit.ly/2bJ85qd
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-04709 – NARRATIVE CONSTRUCTIONS OF LEGAL EVIDENCE Panel http://bit.ly/2bEuCEF
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0485 – IMPACTS OF ANTHROPOLOGY: MAKING MEANING IN VARIED ENVIRONMENTS Panel http://bit.ly/2bPNWyh
Thursday November 17, 8am-9:45am 3-0065 – GENETIC EVIDENCE Panel http://bit.ly/2bRSKmF
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0350 – FRAUGHT RELATIONS: UNSETTLING COMMON GROUNDS IN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF/AS SOCIAL JUSTICE Panel http://bit.ly/2bHIa2k
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0380 – SIGNS OF RACE IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN Panel http://bit.ly/2bn0n1J
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0405 – ANTHROPOLOGY, EXPERTISE, AND HUMAN RIGHTS: NAVIGATING THE SCHOLARLY/ADVOCACY NEXUS Panel http://bit.ly/2bMgZmQ
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0435 – ECOLOGIES, ENVIRONMENTS AND RIGHTS Panel http://bit.ly/2bHHkmd
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0445 – CHILDHOOD(S) IN NEOLIBERAL INDIA: MEDIATING GENDERED ASPIRATIONS IN EDUCATIVE SPACES Panel http://bit.ly/2bRfW4C
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0480 – A CURSED MODEL: EXPLORING RESOURCE “CURSED” NATIONS’ QUOTIDIAN ECONOMIES Panel http://bit.ly/2bHFtxH
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0500 – TRANSLUCENCE OF IVORY: REFLECTIONS OF SOCIAL, SPIRITUAL, POLITICAL, AND ECONOMIC VALUES Panel ttp://bit.ly/2bEsxZF
Thursday November 17, 1:45pm-3:30pm 3-0830 – APPLYING ANTHROPOLOGY TO THE HEALTH OF THE PUBLIC Panel http://bit.ly/2bQ5Twx
Thursday November 17, 1:45pm-3:30pm 3-0970 – THE WAYS IN WHICH THE SUBJECTIVITY OF RESERACHERS IS AFFECTED BY CONDUCTING DISASTER RESEARCH Panel http://bit.ly/2bWdB8o
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1055 – EVIDENCE AND THE ENDS OF AIDS: SCIENCE, DISCOURSE, AND POLITICS AT THE END OF THE TREATMENT SCALE-UP ERA Panel http://bit.ly/2bRPCr5
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1275 – TRACING HUMANITARIAN AND DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTION STRATEGIES AND FRAMEWORKS IN AN ERA OF NEOLIBERAL AID Panel http://bit.ly/2bRrV1X
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1145 – MAKING AND REMAKING THE AFRICAN CITY: THE ROLE OF LABOR AND ECONOMIC EXCHANGE IN TRANSFORMING URBAN SPACES Panel http://bit.ly/2bTkIzf
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1235 – FACING CLIMATE CHANGE: RISK, RESILIENCE, AND RESPONSE Panel http://bit.ly/2bJTHhG
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0260 – EVIDENCE, ACCIDENT, AND DISCOVERY IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL EXPERT TESTIMONY Panel http://bit.ly/2bQ5vyc
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0005 – ARTICULATING HUMAN RIGHTS AND REPRODUCTIVE GOVERNANCE: ETHNOGRAPHIC ENGAGEMENTS IN TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Panel http://bit.ly/2bMhuxi
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0080 – WORLD ANTHROPOLOGIES, GLOBAL EPIDEMICS AND IMAGINATIVE COLLABORATIONS Roundtable http://bit.ly/2blgKvR
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0090 – WHAT’S IN A NAME? EVIDENCE, RESPONSES, AND POLICY IN GLOBAL REFUGEE ‘CRISES’ Panel http://bit.ly/2bFW19k
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0100 – BEYOND DISCIPLINE: DISCIPLINE AND LENIENCE IN RELIGIOUS PRACTICE Panel http://bit.ly/2bnL3C0

 

Friday November 18, 10:15am-12pm 4-0470 – MAKING IT WORK: ACCIDENT, EVIDENCE, AND DISCOVERY IN THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, PART 1 Panel http://bit.ly/2bLqfYo
Friday November 18, 10:15am-12pm 4-0530 – RELEASING NUMBERS: DISCLOSURE AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE Panel http://bit.ly/2bLrV4d
Friday November 18, 10:15am-12pm 4-0535 – GENDERED INTERVENTIONS: CARING THROUGH DEVELOPMENT AND POLITICAL MOBILIZATION Panel http://bit.ly/2bJlHBQ
Friday November 18, 1:45pm-3:30pm 4-0840 – WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH GLOBAL HEALTH?: EVIDENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND THE OBJECTS OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL CRITIQUE Panel http://bit.ly/2bIGkeK
Friday November 18, 1:45pm-3:30pm 4-0880 – CONFLICT AND DISTURBANCES ACROSS AFRICA: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES Panel http://bit.ly/2bWeWfi
Friday November 18, 1:45pm-3:30pm 4-0940 – FALSE EVIDENCE OF A NEW CRISIS: TIME AND WAITING WITH REFUGEES Panel http://bit.ly/2bQXyIK
Friday November 18, 1:45pm-3:30pm 4-0975 – EVIDENCE IN NATIONAL SECURITY SPACES Panel http://bit.ly/2bTjcfx
Friday November 18, 1:45pm-3:30pm 4-1045 – DISCOVERY AND EVIDENCE IN THE POLICY LANDSCAPE: IMPLEMENTATION, TRANSLATION, AND SCALE-MAKING Panel http://bit.ly/2bOGp2J
Friday November 18, 4pm-5:45pm 4-1170 – SLIPPERY SUFFERING: ETHICS AT THE (DIS)JUNCTION OF KNOWLEDGE AND ACTION Panel http://bit.ly/2bHCJ3j
Friday November 18, 4pm-5:45pm 4-1235 – UP AND OUT: TOWARDS AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF GEOPOLITICS Panel http://bit.ly/2blgxc3
Friday November 18, 4pm-5:45pm 4-1275 – PARTICIPATORY DESIGN RESEARCH: ANTHROPOLOGICAL EVIDENCE AND THE STUDY OF LEARNING IN SOCIAL CHANGE MAKING Panel http://bit.ly/2bHHjyL
Friday November 18, 4pm-5:45pm 4-1340 – POLITICAL DRAMAS AND THE POLITICS OF EVIDENCE Panel http://bit.ly/2bmYrGo
Friday November 18, 4pm-5:45pm 4-1355 – WORK -DANGER, ACCIDENT, AND CONTINGENCY Panel http://bit.ly/2bGPWcy
Saturday November 19, 8am-9:45am 5-0025 – JUST WATER BY DESIGN: COLLABORATIONS BETWEEN ANTHROPOLOGISTS, ENGINEERS, AND COMMUNITIES Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bTcI1a
Saturday November 19, 8am-9:45am 5-0065 – ANTHROPOLOGY OFF THE FENCE: REMEMBERING THE ACTIVISM AND SCHOLARSHIP OF NANCY SULLIVAN Panel http://bit.ly/2bHLwm7
Saturday November 19, 8am-9:45am 5-0095 – NEW DIRECTIONS IN CULTURE, AGRICULTURE, AND FOOD: CHANGING TECHNOLOGIES AND GLOBAL MARKETS Panel http://bit.ly/2bWqoHP
Saturday November 19, 8am-9:45am 5-0105 – HUMAN RIGHTS VERNACULARIZATIONS: CELEBRATING THE WORK OF SALLY MERRY Panel http://bit.ly/2bQWtAX
Saturday November 19, 10:15am-12pm 5-0335 – ANTHROPOLOGICAL INTERROGATIONS OF THE UN’S SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bHLYAI
Saturday November 19, 10:15am-12pm 5-0340 – SUFFERING AND ITS AFTERMATH: EVIDENCE OF RESILIENCY AND RECOVERY Panel http://bit.ly/2bHEVba
Saturday November 19, 10:15am-12pm 5-0385 – QUEER SUBORDINATION: EVIDENCING BELONGING IN LGBTQ IMMIGRATION LAW Panel http://bit.ly/2blhrFm
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0705 – MORAL ECONOMIES OF CARE: DILEMMAS OF INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION (PART 1) Panel http://bit.ly/2bmZ82p
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0710 – CLIMATE CHANGE, HEALTH, AND WELLBEING Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bEtKzW
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0735 – INTIMATE VENTURES: DIALECTICS OF SELF-INVENTION, MOBILITY, AND BELONGING IN CONTEMPORARY AFRICA Panel http://bit.ly/2bSjnaT
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0770 – UNEXPECTED TENSIONS, ACCIDENTAL IMPACTS: ENGAGING THE ICONIC Panel http://bit.ly/2bR5Yjs
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0775 – FROM A BACK ROW: PROCESSES OF INSTITUTIONALIZATION AND THE INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF LIFE Panel http://bit.ly/2bTiNKg
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0785 – ROGUE METHODOLOGIES: COLLABORATIVE ANTHROPOLOGY INSIDE INSTITUTIONS AND OUTSIDE OF ACADEMIA Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bOFv6d
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0790 – HUMAN RIGHTS, THE ACADEMY, AND BEYOND: HOW ANTHROPOLOGISTS ENGAGE Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bHLfzs
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0805 – NATIONALISM IN CONTEMPORARY ASIA Panel http://bit.ly/2bJQ4Zc
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0840 – AFTER RECOGNITION: INDIGENOUS AND AFRODESCENDANT TERRITORIAL RIGHTS IN LATIN AMERICA Panel http://bit.ly/2bQVBfr
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0850 – THEORY AND METHOD IN MEETING ETHNOGRAPHY: ENGAGING WITH KEY SITES OF EVIDENCE AND INQUIRY ACROSS DIVERSE POLICY WORLDS Panel http://bit.ly/2bQ2nDe
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0855 – EXPERIENCING MOVEMENT & MIGRATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST Panel http://bit.ly/2bJm6Ew
Saturday November 19, 4pm-5:45pm 5-0970 – RETHINKING CARE AND COMMUNITY IN MEDICINE IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Panel http://bit.ly/2cfoTEQ
Saturday November 19, 4pm-5:45pm 5-0995 – WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUNGRY IN THE UNITED STATES: A LOOK AT FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY Panel http://bit.ly/2bU689L
Saturday November 19, 4pm-5:45pm 5-1075 – MIXED-METHODS IN ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY Panel http://bit.ly/2bRui4J
Saturday November 19, 4pm-5:45pm 5-1100 – THE EVIDENCE OF POWER: LAW, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND VISIBILITY Panel http://bit.ly/2bHLvi2
Saturday November 19, 4pm-5:45pm 5-1110 – CONFRONTING THE GOLDILOCKS PROBLEM: (RE-)DISCOVERING THE MIDDLE IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDIES OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE Panel http://bit.ly/2bHDGbQ
Saturday November 19, 4pm-5:45pm 5-1120 – THE MATERIALITY OF SOLIDARITY Panel http://bit.ly/2bMvvLH
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0000 – GLOBAL ELISIONS: SILENCE AND CIRCUMVENTION IN CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT Panel http://bit.ly/2bTYiOo
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0040 – EVIDENTLY IMPORTANT: A FORUM ON REFUGEE POLICIES AND PROGRAMS Panel http://bit.ly/2bmG9VL
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0060 – A NARRATIVIZED LIFE OF POETICS AND PRAXIS Panel http://bit.ly/2bQVCjG
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0070 – TOWARD A MORAL ECONOMY OF GIVING: RETHINKING CHARITY, PHILANTHROPY AND NGOS Panel http://bit.ly/2bQUAEt
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0140 – SCALING POLICY WORLDS: FROM INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRAINTS TO HOLISTIC FUTURES Panel http://bit.ly/2bRv0z9
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0170 – DEVELOPMENT, EMPOWERMENT, AND WOMEN AS AGENTS-OF-CHANGE Panel http://bit.ly/2bhkfU4
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0280 – REMEMBERING IDENTITIES, IMAGINING NATIONS Panel http://bit.ly/2bEHQ4r
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0330 – WESTERN MUSLIMS, THE COMMON GOOD, AND NEW EVIDENCE OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT Panel http://bit.ly/2bmZpmf
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0340 – HEALTH, RIGHTS AND HUMANITARIANISM: RETHINKING THE PARAMETERS OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS Panel

 

Sessions and events of interest to our members:

Day Date & Time Title Event type URL
Tuesday November 15, 12pm-5pm 1-0015 – METHODS FOR CONDUCTING COMMUNITY BASED PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH IN SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES Workshop http://bit.ly/2bYIPvA
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0120 – YES, WE’RE OPEN! NEW EVIDENCE, ACCIDENTS, AND DISCOVERIES THROUGH COLLABORATIVE ETHNOGRAPHY OF PLACE-MAKING IN BROOKLYN Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bA8ziD
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-20240 – ALTERITIES AND IDENTITY MANIPULATION IN AFRICAN CONTEXTS Panel http://bit.ly/2bA1gYi
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0245 – ANTHROPOLOGISTS AS OBJECTS OF SOCIAL INQUIRY:   ANTHROPOLOGIES BY NON-ANTHROPOLOGISTS IN ETHNOGRAPHIC ENCOUNTERS Panel http://bit.ly/2bPDlmZ
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0100 – CONTESTING THE FLUID TERRAINS OF CITIZENSHIP, BELONGING AND OTHERNESS Panel http://bit.ly/2bAFIKL
Wednesday November 16, 2pm-3:45pm 2-0190 – THE SECURITY OF THINGS Panel http://bit.ly/2bjwIX9
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0355 – DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURES OFF THE GRID: BARRIERS, BRIDGES, AND BEST PRACTICES OF DOING DIGITAL FIELDWORK IN LOW ELECTRICITY AND INTERNET ENVIRONMENTS Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bESibU
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0375 – EVIDENCE OF MILITARY WASTE IN POSTWAR ZONES AND BEYON Panel http://bit.ly/2bRFWga
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0320 – MisMANAGING CITIZENS: MYTHS AND POLITICS OF BELONGING Panel http://bit.ly/2bn0zhF
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0410 – THIS IS NOT A GIFT: AVOIDING RECIPROCITY IN INTERACTIONS AND THE NATURE OF VALUE Panel http://bit.ly/2bGPD1r
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0465 – TRANSNATIONALIZING ETHNOGRAPHY: CHALLENGES, IMPLICATIONS, AND METHODS Panel http://bit.ly/2bnk61a
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0480 – ETHNOGRAPHIC RECORDS AS EVIDENCE: KNOWLEDGE, ERASURE, AND THE DISCOVERABLE Panel http://bit.ly/2bmRCov
Wednesday November 16, 4pm-5:45pm 2-0490 – ANTHROPOLOGY OF THINGS GOING WRONG: UNCERTAINTY, RISK, AND THE GENERATIVE FORCES OF ACCIDENT Panel http://bit.ly/2bHGRQR
Thursday November 17, 8am-9:45am 3-0015 – INTERROGATING “DEMOCRATIC” POLICING: POLICE REFORMS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH Panel http://bit.ly/2bGRp2B
Thursday November 17, 8am-9:45am 3-0035 – PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH: WHAT COUNTS AS EVIDENCE AND (WHEN) DOES IT MATTER? Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bHROBT
Thursday November 17, 8am-9:45am 3-0080 – WATER AND LAND: THE POLITICS OF EMERGENT ECOLOGICAL IMAGINARIES Panel http://bit.ly/2bOJ7VA
Thursday November 17, 8am-9:45am 3-0090 – NEW AFRICAN FRONTIERS: STRATEGIES OF SUPPORT AND ECONOMIC MORALITIES IN MIGRATION Panel http://bit.ly/2bHGGVB
Thursday November 17, 8am-9:45am 3-0105 – REFUGEES FROM THE MIDDLE EAST, NORTH AFRICA, AND CENTRAL ASIA: A HOLISTIC EVALUATION OF CONDITIONS Panel http://bit.ly/2bIGtyK
Thursday November 17, 8am-9:45am 3-0125 – THE GENDERING OF RISK IN THE MUSLIM WORLD: BEYOND LOGICS OF SECURITY AND MANAGEMENT Panel http://bit.ly/2bEuchE
Thursday November 17, 8am-9:45am 3-0200 – ON THE MOVE: WOMEN IN VULNERABLE PLACES AND SPACES Panel http://bit.ly/2bmFtj8
Thursday November 17, 8am-9:45am 3-0215 – QUEER (DE)LEGITIMATION AND THE LAW Panel http://bit.ly/2bN5U54
Thursday November 17, 9am-5pm 3-0285 – DISCOVERING SHIFTING STEREOTYPES: COMPILING EVIDENCE FOR AFFECTING CHANGE Installation http://bit.ly/2bWiCh4
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0325 – EVIDENCE AND PROOF: POLITICS IN PALESTINE AND ANTHROPOLOGY Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bHHjia
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0400 – MASCULINITIES AND VIOLENCE IN WAR AND ITS WAKE Panel http://bit.ly/2bR4G86
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0440 – BETWEEN FLIGHT AND RESETTLEMENT: DISCOVERING THE SHIFTING MEANINGS OF REFUGE Panel http://bit.ly/2bQ6pL2
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0455 – CONCEPTUALIZING THE ECONOMICS OF MIGRATION: REMITTANCES AND THEIR SOCIAL MEANING FOR INDIVIDUALS AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES Panel http://bit.ly/2bjBHqJ
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0470 – DRUGS, COLONIALITY, AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLE Panel http://bit.ly/2bHI1Mf
Thursday November 17, 10:15am-12pm 3-0485 – TOWING THE LINE: STATE SOVEREIGNTY AND THE BORDERSPACE Panel http://bit.ly/2bHfjLq
Thursday November 17, 12:15pm-1:30pm 3-0580 – DISLOCATIONS: ACCESSING AND DEFINING ‘THE FIELD’ IN TODAY’S MIDDLE EAST Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bOGmUB
Thursday November 17, 12:15pm-1:30pm 3-0585 – AAA PUBLIC EDUCATION INITIATIVE, THE WORLD ON THE MOVE: LIGHTNING TALKS ON HUMAN MIGRATION AND DISPLACEMENT Organizing meeting http://bit.ly/2bDIBus
Thursday November 17, 12:15pm-1:30pm 3-0595 – COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, CFHR, PUBLIC FORUM Organizing meeting http://bit.ly/2bDrxDi
Thursday November 17, 12:15pm-1:30pm 3-0625 – ASSOCIATION FOR POLITICAL AND LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY EARLY CAREER MENTORING EVENT: CRAFTING A SCHOLARLY PROFILE AND BUILDING YOUR PROFESSIONAL NETWORK Workshop http://bit.ly/2bHHlX8
Thursday November 17, 1:45pm-3:30pm 3-0715 – ETHICAL AND PRACTICAL COMPLEXITIES: NAVIGATING THE IRB TO CONDUCT ETHNOGRAPHIES WITH VULNERABLE POPULATIONS Panel http://bit.ly/2bMdsFp
Thursday November 17, 1:45pm-3:30pm 3-0735 – EVIDENCE, LEGITIMACY, AND INEQUALITY IN INDIGENOUS RIGHTS SPOKESPERSONSHIP Panel http://bit.ly/2bJQezK
Thursday November 17, 1:45pm-3:30pm 3-0785 – ANTHROPOLOGY, ADVOCACY, ACTIVISM: REFLECTIONS AFTER THE RESOLUTION TO BOYCOTT ISRAELI ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bEqHrC
Thursday November 17, 1:45pm-3:30pm 3-0810 – INDIGENOUS AND NON-INDIGENOUS COLLABORATIONS: EXPLORING NOTIONS OF EVIDENCE, KNOWLEDGE, AND DISCOVERY, PART I Panel http://bit.ly/2bHRvr5
Thursday November 17, 1:45pm-3:30pm 3-0900 – TRUE CONFESSIONS: ETHICAL CONDUNDRUMS FROM THE FIELD Panel http://bit.ly/2bJN6E2
Thursday November 17, 1:45pm-3:30pm 3-0930 – WHEN IS A REFUGEE NO LONGER A REFUGEE? Panel http://bit.ly/2bTeteB
Thursday November 17, 1:45pm-3:30pm 3-0950 – ETHNOGRAPHIC ENGAGEMENTS WITH GENDER VIOLENCE AND SOCIAL SUFFERING Panel http://bit.ly/2bHGbuK
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1275 – TRACING HUMANITARIAN AND DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTION STRATEGIES AND FRAMEWORKS IN AN ERA OF NEOLIBERAL AID Panel http://bit.ly/2bRrV1X
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1080 – THE DIALECTICS OF POWER AND POINTS OF ESCAPE: REFUGEES, UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS, AND SURVIVORS Panel http://bit.ly/2bIGFOB
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1115 – TRANSLATING ANTHROPOLOGY, TALKING TO OTHERS Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bDjB6F
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1200 – CHOKEPOINTS: LOGISTICS, INFRASTRUCTURE, AND LIFE IN THE TRANSIT ZONES Panel http://bit.ly/2bOG8g3
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1265 – REFUGEE AND FORCED MIGRATION NARRATIVES: EVIDENCE, ACCIDENT, DISCOVERY Panel http://bit.ly/2bHukgq
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1265 – REFUGEE AND FORCED MIGRATION NARRATIVES: EVIDENCE, ACCIDENT, DISCOVERY Panel http://bit.ly/2bHukgq
Thursday November 17, 4pm-5:45pm 3-1280 – PICK A NUMBER: INTERSECTIONS OF AGE AND BUREAUCRACY Panel http://bit.ly/2bOJW0W
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0090 – WHAT’S IN A NAME? EVIDENCE, RESPONSES, AND POLICY IN GLOBAL REFUGEE ‘CRISES’ Panel http://bit.ly/2bFW19k
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0120 – MIGRATION AND CARE: EVIDENCE OR ACCIDENT? Panel http://bit.ly/2bHh6QT
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0165 – UNSETTLING TEMPORALITY: ETHNOGRAPHY AND (MORAL) EXPERIENCES OF PRECARITY (PART I) Panel http://bit.ly/2bHKl5Z
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0240 – ETHICS AND THE IDEAL OF DEVOTION: ACCOUNTABILITY, EVIDENCE, AND REPRESENTATION Panel http://bit.ly/2bI0lFc
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0250 – INTERPRETING THE EVIDENCE, CONSTRUCTING GLOBAL IMAGES: REDISCOVERING THE BRAZILIAN SELF Panel http://bit.ly/2bPHBUm
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0015 – BIOFINANCE: SPECULATION, RISK, DEBT, AND VALUE FROM BIOS Panel http://bit.ly/2bEHHOq
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0020 – IMPACTS OF MARGINALIZATION ON QUALITY OF HEALTH AND CARE Panel http://bit.ly/2bQ6Epa
Friday November 18, 8am-9:45am 4-0030 – PARTICIPATORY ETHNOGRAPHIC THEATER OF THE CONTEMPORARY:   A REAL-TIME EMBODIED ETHNOGRAPHY OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT AND PUBLIC ANTHROPOLOGY Installation http://bit.ly/2bEth0P
Friday November 18, 10:15am-12pm 4-0540 – InEXPERT ENACTMENTS: RECONTEXTUALIZING EXPERT REGISTERS ACROSS SOCIAL DOMAINS Panel http://bit.ly/2bTl08w
Friday November 18, 10:15am-12pm 4-0580 – THE QUEER SPACE OF DISABILITY INFRASTRUCTURE AND DESIGN Panel http://bit.ly/2bIfIgy
Friday November 18, 10:15am-12pm 4-0470 – MAKING IT WORK: ACCIDENT, EVIDENCE, AND DISCOVERY IN THE ETHNOGRAPHY OF POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, PART 1 Panel http://bit.ly/2bLqfYo
Friday November 18, 1:45pm-3:30pm 4-0925 – TECHNOLOGIES OF SECRECY Panel http://bit.ly/2bRGgvs
Friday November 18, 1:45pm-3:30pm 4-1006 – EUROPE AFTER BREXIT Roundtable http://bit.ly/2efri1I
Friday November 18, 1:45pm-3:30pm 4-1015 – ETHNOGRAPHIES OF AFRICAN MOBILIZATION: THEORIZING EVIDENCE FROM THE POLITICAL EVERYDAY Panel http://bit.ly/2bHKxC3
Friday November 18, 1:45pm-3:30pm 4-1075 – CALLING EVIDENCE INTO BEING: VIOLENCE AND THE TROUBLESOME DEAD Panel http://bit.ly/2bnKVTa
Friday November 18, 1:45pm-3:30pm 4-1080 – OTHER WRITING GENRES: EXPLORING THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL PRODUCTION OF TEXTUAL EVIDENCE, PART I Panel http://bit.ly/2bHr4S8
Friday November 18, 4pm-5:45pm 4-1135 – NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE INTERSECTION OF MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND BIOETHICS Panel http://bit.ly/2bRJBu8
Friday November 18, 4pm-5:45pm 4-1205 – EVALUATING THE EVIDENCE FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE: CARBON OFFSETS, FOREST GOVERNANCE, AND THE AFTERMATH OF COP-21 Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bRxDRt
Friday November 18, 4pm-5:45pm 4-1265 – RE-DISCOVERING LAW: INTERSECTIONS OF COMMUNITIES, STATES, AND BEYOND Panel http://bit.ly/2bRGgLB
Friday November 18, 4pm-5:45pm 4-1295 – PAPER TRAILS: MIGRANTS, BUREAUCRATIC EVIDENCE, AND LEGAL RECOGNITION IN THE GLOBAL NORTH Panel http://bit.ly/2bF1hKg
Friday November 18, 4pm-5:45pm 4-1310 – STEREO-TYPES: VOICING PERSONS, ENTITIES, AND CONCEPTS THROUGH GRAPHIC ARTIFACTS Panel http://bit.ly/2bS08i1
Saturday November 19, 8am-9:45am 5-0015 – REFUGEES, PRISONERS, EXILES, AND VIOLENCE EXCLUSIONARY POLITICS Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bIFVsU
Saturday November 19, 8am-9:45am 5-0085 – EVIDENTIALITY IN CONTACT ZONES: AUTHORITY, RESPONSIBILITY AND POWER Panel http://bit.ly/2bRT2dm
Saturday November 19, 8am-9:45am 5-0090 – INDIGENOUS MEDIA FUTURES Panel http://bit.ly/2bHLp9T
Saturday November 19, 8am-9:45am 5-0115 – LEGAL APORIAS AND MIGRANT LIVES Panel http://bit.ly/2blfN6J
Saturday November 19, 8am-9:45am 5-0125 – ETHNOGRAPHY, ACTIVISM, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE ACROSS BORDERS Panel http://bit.ly/2bJW9Vh
Saturday November 19, 8am-9:45am 5-0140 – SOVEREIGNTY AND THE ENVIRONMENT Panel http://bit.ly/2bHKUwH
Saturday November 19, 9am-12pm 5-0260 – FROM FIELDWORK PHOTO TO VISUAL ARGUMENT Workshop http://bit.ly/2bHKM0h
Saturday November 19, 10:15am-12pm 5-0450 – EVIDENCE DOES NOT SPEAK FOR ITSELF. TRANSLATION AND THE REPRESENTATION OF EVIDENCE INSIDE THE LEGAL SYSTEM Panel http://bit.ly/2bR9SsP
Saturday November 19, 10:15am-12pm 5-0305 – EDUCATION ETHNOGRAPHY FOR CULTURAL AND INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bHDLwl
Saturday November 19, 10:15am-12pm 5-0340 – SUFFERING AND ITS AFTERMATH: EVIDENCE OF RESILIENCY AND RECOVERY Panel http://bit.ly/2bHEVba
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0830 – SEEKING SAFETY; MET WITH VIOLENCE: REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS ON THE MOVE Panel http://bit.ly/2bTb6EJ
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0835 – INCREASING ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE FOR RURAL POPULATIONS Panel http://bit.ly/2bVjV0P
Saturday November 19, 1:45pm-3:30pm 5-0865 – CULTURE MAKERS: VISUAL TECHNIQUES FOSTERING CONFORMITY & CONFLICT Panel http://bit.ly/2bTDhn3
Saturday November 19, 4pm-4:45pm 5-0940 – PRACTICE, EVIDENCE, AND ETHICS: COMMUNICATING ANTHROPOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPED THROUGH PRACTICE Roundtable http://bit.ly/2bHQhvE
Saturday November 19, 4pm-5:45pm 5-0955 – SYRIA: FROM THE EVIDENCE OF DESTRUCTION TO THE UNCERTAINTIES OF THE REFUGEE CRISIS Panel http://bit.ly/2bIGyCB
Saturday November 19, 4pm-5:45pm 5-0964 – ANTHROPOLOGICAL ENGAGEMENTS IN IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE: CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS IN COMPLEX SERVICE SYSTEMS Panel http://bit.ly/2bWmfUn
Saturday November 19, 4pm-5:45pm 5-1005 – NEOLIBERALISM IN CHILE: AT THE CROSSROADS IN THE ECONOMIC AUTUMN Panel http://bit.ly/2bF4tWk
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0020 – NEGOTIATING LAW AT THE BOUNDARIES OF THE SELF Panel http://bit.ly/2bOXs5l
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0045 – SCRUTINIZING MODELS IN AND FOR DEVELOPMENT IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH Panel http://bit.ly/2bHMIFO
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0055 – “SPEAKING OUT OUR MINDS;” DESIGNING DIALOGUES WITH YOUTH FOR SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION Panel http://bit.ly/2bV3LU9
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0065 – LOCAL ECONOMIES: THE IMPACTS OF OLD AND NEW STRUCTURES Panel http://bit.ly/2bEOxn4
Sunday November 20, 8am-9:45am 6-0075 – SOCIAL JUSTICE AND CHANGING FORMS OF VALUE IN EUROPE: EVIDENCE, ACCIDENT AND DISCOVERY AT A TIME OF CRISIS Panel http://bit.ly/2bRJPBO
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0185 – COMPETING INTERESTS AND CONTRADICTORY IMPULSES IN CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT Panel http://bit.ly/2bROjYW
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0210 – STATE-MAKING AND THE POLITICS OF HEALTH Panel http://bit.ly/2bn13nW
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0230 – TRANSNATIONAL LABOR Panel http://bit.ly/2bGP1sI
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0250 – ALL ABOARD THE FAILBOAT: CULTURES OF SUCCESS AND FAILURE IN EDUCATION Panel http://bit.ly/2bTctmP
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0255 – COLONIAL LEGACIES AND IMPERIAL PREROGATIVES: OLD-NEW POLITICAL AND SOCIAL CARTOGRAPHIES Panel http://bit.ly/2bYcVPN
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0260 – CONFRONTING INEQUALITY: METHODS, EVIDENCE, POWER Panel http://bit.ly/2bEtReG
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0285 – DILEMMAS OF CARE AND CONSERVATION: MORE-THAN-HUMAN RELATIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION Panel http://bit.ly/2bWlyKT
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0305 – THE EVIDENCE OF VIOLENCE AND THE VIOLENCE OF EVIDENCE Panel http://bit.ly/2bEtxNb
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0315 – WHO REALLY HAS ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE? ANTHROPOLOGICAL QUESTIONS AND CONTRIBUTIONS Panel http://bit.ly/2bhkC0Q
Sunday November 20, 10:15am-12pm 6-0335 – STUDYING UP, DOWN, AND ON EDGE: EVIDENCE, EXPERTISE, AND VULNERABILITY IN THE FIELD Panel http://bit.ly/2bQYDAA