Category Archives: Panels

#LSANOLA16 Preview: Ethnographic Explorations of Illegalities, Penality, and Risk/Security Part II

These three linked sessions present detailed ethnographic examinations of the legal governance of crime, punishment, risk and security…

#LSANOLA16 Preview: Ethnographic Explorations of Illegalities, Penality, and Risk/Security Part II

These three linked sessions present detailed ethnographic examinations of the legal governance of crime, punishment, risk and security…

#LSANOLA16 Preview: Ethnographic Explorations of Illegalities, Penality, and Risk/Security Part I

These three linked sessions present detailed ethnographic examinations of the legal governance of crime, punishment, risk and security…

#LSANOLA16 Preview: Ethnographic Explorations of Illegalities, Penality, and Risk/Security Part I

These three linked sessions present detailed ethnographic examinations of the legal governance of crime, punishment, risk and security…

#LSANOLA16 Preview: Following the Law

The Ethnography Collaborative Research Network within the Law and Society Association is sponsoring several panels and events of interest to anthropologists…

#LSANOLA16 Preview: Following the Law

The Ethnography Collaborative Research Network within the Law and Society Association is sponsoring several panels and events of interest to anthropologists…

AAA 2015 Preview: Rethinking the Household for the Age of Finance

One of the sessions in the upcoming AAA meeting in Denver, sponsored by the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology, looks at contemporary transformations of one of our most basic units of analysis, the household.

AAA 2015 Preview: Rethinking the Household for the Age of Finance

One of the sessions in the upcoming AAA meeting in Denver, sponsored by the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology, looks at contemporary transformations of one of our most basic units of analysis, the household.

AAA 2015 Preview: Undisciplining Law and Economy

When we first sat down to discuss the idea for this panel, we knew we wanted to account for the comingling of legal and economic techniques, technologies, and forms of knowledge in the worlds we study…

AAA 2015 Preview: Undisciplining Law and Economy

When we first sat down to discuss the idea for this panel, we knew we wanted to account for the comingling of legal and economic techniques, technologies, and forms of knowledge in the worlds we study…

AAA 2015 Preview: Speaking of Evidence

While many anthropologists’ discussions of evidence turn on a disciplinary concern with the ethnographic record and ethnographic texts as forms of evidence, the making and application of both evidence and evidence protocols are widespread, iterative social…

AAA 2015 Preview: Speaking of Evidence

While many anthropologists’ discussions of evidence turn on a disciplinary concern with the ethnographic record and ethnographic texts as forms of evidence, the making and application of both evidence and evidence protocols are widespread, iterative social…

AAA 2015 Preview: The Actant Archive: On Surveillance, Subversion and Self-Fashioning

Anthropology’s interest in archives (and/or “The Archive”) is, of course, nothing new…From our own work in two East European contexts, we have discovered common..

AAA 2015 Preview: The Actant Archive: On Surveillance, Subversion and Self-Fashioning

Anthropology’s interest in archives (and/or “The Archive”) is, of course, nothing new…From our own work in two East European contexts, we have discovered common..

Participatory democracy, civic engagement and citizenship education

“By The People” Participatory democracy, civic engagement and citizenship education Photo by Sara   CALL FOR PROPOSALS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Arizona State University December 3-5, 2015 Arizona State University is proud to announce that it will be hosting a conference on participatory

Participatory democracy, civic engagement and citizenship education

“By The People” Participatory democracy, civic engagement and citizenship education Photo by Sara   CALL FOR PROPOSALS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Arizona State University December 3-5, 2015 Arizona State University is proud to announce that it will be hosting a conference on participatory

Happy Hour Salon: “Producing Political and Legal Knowledge Through Cross-Disciplinary Engagements” at the AAA Meetings

Save the date! Happy Hour Salon: “Producing Political and Legal Knowledge Through Cross-Disciplinary Engagements” When: Wednesday, December 3, 6-8 pm. Where:Busboys & Poets, 14th and V location, 2021 14th St NW How to get there: Metro: U Street/African American Civil

Happy Hour Salon: “Producing Political and Legal Knowledge Through Cross-Disciplinary Engagements” at the AAA Meetings

Save the date! Happy Hour Salon: “Producing Political and Legal Knowledge Through Cross-Disciplinary Engagements” When: Wednesday, December 3, 6-8 pm. Where:Busboys & Poets, 14th and V location, 2021 14th St NW How to get there: Metro: U Street/African American Civil

APLA at that AAA Meetings, Washington D.C. 2014

 Photo by Will Marlow Final preparations for the 2014 AAA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC have begun! As usual, APLA is sponsoring a wide range of scholarly sessions, events and workshops, including workshops for graduate students and a salon and

APLA at that AAA Meetings, Washington D.C. 2014

 Photo by Will Marlow Final preparations for the 2014 AAA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC have begun! As usual, APLA is sponsoring a wide range of scholarly sessions, events and workshops, including workshops for graduate students and a salon and

HIV/AIDS, policing sex work and public health in India: an interview with Simanti Dasgupta

The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology is featuring interviews with our members who participated in Law and Society Association’s annual meeting in Minneapolis this year. APLA  begins this series of interviews with a conversation between Aries de la Cruz

HIV/AIDS, policing sex work and public health in India: an interview with Simanti Dasgupta

The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology is featuring interviews with our members who participated in Law and Society Association’s annual meeting in Minneapolis this year. APLA  begins this series of interviews with a conversation between Aries de la Cruz

APLA at LSA Meetings ’14: Law and Inequalities – Global and Local

APLA members are launching a new Collaborative Research Network (CRN) on Ethnography, Law and Society through the Law and Society Association. Join the first meeting of the CRN Thursday May 29th at 3.30 pm, Boardroom 3 of the conference hotel.

APLA at LSA Meetings ’14: Law and Inequalities – Global and Local

APLA members are launching a new Collaborative Research Network (CRN) on Ethnography, Law and Society through the Law and Society Association. Join the first meeting of the CRN Thursday May 29th at 3.30 pm, Boardroom 3 of the conference hotel.

Upcoming AAA events!

Take a look at some of the events that APLA is organizing for our upcoming AAA meetings. The full list of APLA sponsored panels can be found by clicking here: APLA panels, and a description of our invited sessions and

Upcoming AAA events!

Take a look at some of the events that APLA is organizing for our upcoming AAA meetings. The full list of APLA sponsored panels can be found by clicking here: APLA panels, and a description of our invited sessions and