Saturday, October 27, 2012

Also, AAA Presentation

I'll also be presenting at the American Anthropological Association again this year - this time on the topic of my thesis (and soon to be article) and other insights since then.

Here are the details: (and I hope to see you there!)

Crossing into Multispecies Ethnography: Transgressing Borders Between Anthropology and Nonhuman Others Through Theory and Fieldwork 
Sunday, November 18, 2012: 12:15 PM-2:00 PM
Organizers:  
Tamar V Scoggin McKee (University of British Columbia, University of British Columbia and University of British Columbia)  
Chairs:  
Tamar V Scoggin McKee (University of British Columbia, University of British Columbia, University of British Columbia and University of British Columbia)  
Discussants: Maria Elena Garcia (University of Washington)  
12:15 PM Discussion  
12:30 PM And Say the Cat Responded? Moving Closer to the Feline Gaze Kara White (Brown University and University of Chicago)  
12:45 PM 'sheep Eat Men': Humanized Animals, Woolen Fiber Production, and Multispecies Ethnography On the South American Pampas Annika Capelan (Lund University)  
1:00 PM Animals, Persons, Gods: Kaleidoscopic Ontologies In a Multispecies Total Institution Piers Edward George Locke (University of Canterbury)  
1:15 PM A History of the Semi-Wild: Orangutans, Land Control, and the Making of the Rainforest Borderlands In North Sumatra, Indonesia Joe Klein (Beloit College)  
1:30 PM Co-Cultivated Seascape: Linking Cultured Herring, Inshore Fishers, and Protected Harbor Seals Through Multispecies Ethnography Shingo Hamada (Indiana University)  
1:45 PM Discussant Maria Elena Garcia (University of Washington)

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