At San Jose – 2018

Association for the Anthropology of Policy
Panels at the 2018 annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association
San Jose, California

Wednesday, Nov 14

2:15 pm States of Imagination: Policy and Experience in Unrecognized States

Diane O’Rourke – Victoria University NZ; Diane O’Rourke – Victoria University NZ; Diane O’Rourke – Victoria University NZ; Hilmi Ulas; Hilmi Ulas; Emily Hong – Cornell University & Ethnocine Collective; Mariangela Mihai Jordan – Cornell University & Ethnocine Collective; Siu Kei Cheng – Academia Sinica

Thursday, Nov 15

10:15 am Student and Emergent Scholar Mentoring Session

Cansu Civelek – University of Vienna; Jennifer Hubbert – Lewis & Clark College

Thursday, Nov 15

2:00 pm Association for the Anthropology of Policy (ASAP) Board Meeting

Paul Stubbs – The Institute of Economics, Zagreb; Cris Shore – University of Auckland; David W. Haines – George Mason University; Carol A. MacLennan – Michigan Technological University; Jennifer Hubbert – Lewis & Clark College; Cansu Civelek – University of Vienna; Theodore Powers – University of Iowa; Georgia Hartman – Pitzer College; William O. Beeman – University of Minnesota, Minneapolis and Stanford University; Greg Feldman – Simon Fraser University; Susan B. Hyatt – Indiana University, Purdue University at Indianapolis; Diane O’Rourke – Victoria University NZ; Janine R. Wedel – George Mason University

Thursday, Nov 15

4:15 pm Academic Precarity Mentoring Session

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

Thursday, Nov 15

4:15 pm Mapping Ethnography: Critical Engagements with Maps and Mapmaking for Public Decisions

Rebecca Warne Peters – Syracuse University; 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

Friday, Nov 16

10:15 am Anti-Immigration, Anti-Gender: Toward an Anthropology of Gender, Sexuality, and Race in Central and Eastern Europe, and Russia Cosponsored

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; Agnieszka Koscianska – University of Warsaw; Agnieszka Koscianska – University of Warsaw; Valentina Napolitano – University of Toronto

Friday, Nov 16

7:45 pm Association for the Anthropology of Policy (ASAP) Business Meeting

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 NZ; 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

Saturday, Nov 17

8:00 am In the service of the public good: Considering the affective and moral worlds of policy actors

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

Saturday, Nov 17

10:15 am Legacies of Conflict in Crisis Cosponsored

Olga Demetriou – Durham University; 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; Elissa Helms

Saturday, Nov 17

10:15 am Governing authoritarian neoliberalisms: politics and policy

Noemi N. Lendvai – University of Bristol; Paul Stubbs – The Institute of Economics, Zagreb; Paul Stubbs – The Institute of Economics, Zagreb; 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

Saturday, Nov 17

10:15 am Digital Infrastructures: Poetics, Politics and Personhood Cosponsored

Gertjan Plets – Utrecht University; Gertjan Plets – Utrecht University; Gertjan Plets – Utrecht University; A. Lorraine Weekes – Stanford University; A. Lorraine Weekes – Stanford University; A. Lorraine Weekes – Stanford University; Michael Prentice; Kristin J. Skrabut – Tufts University; Zehra Hashmi – University of Michigan

Saturday, Nov 17

4:15 pm Imagining Africa: Rethinking Anthropological Narratives for a Changing Continent Cosponsored

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

Sunday, Nov 18

8:00 am States of Exception: Policy and Politics in Exceptional Times (Part I)

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

Sunday, Nov 18

10:15 am States of Exception: Policy and Politics in Exceptional Times (Part II)

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