November conference circuit

This November I find myself balancing my time between the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association (AAA) and the American Society of Criminology (ASC):

Wednesday, November 20 at the Atlanta Marriott Hotel

Presenting “‘Taking a Break’ from Feminist Criminology: Interdisciplinary Reflections on Feminist Pedagogy” and “Transnational American Criminology: Travels, Disciplines, Neoliberalisms” on the Roundtable, Toward a New American Criminology

Thursday, November 21 at the Atlanta Marriott Hotel

Serving as a Critic for the Author-Meets-Critics Session on Where Rivers Meet the Sea: The Political Ecology of Water by Stephanie Kane

Friday, November 22 at the Atlanta Marriott Hotel

Co-Presenting (with Emily Troshynski) “Suspect Subjects: Biosurveillance and the Techno-regulatory Turn

Saturday, November 23 at the Chicago Hilton Hotel

Attending the Business Meeting of the Association of Political and Legal Anthropology and Discussion on Broadening Anthropology’s Reach

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