ASA15: Symbiotic anthropologies: theoretical commensalities and methodological mutualisms

Authors

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AuthorPaperPanel
Abdullah, ShenahMethodological challenges in times of crisisP09
Acton, AlisonEquine gatekeepers: animal narratives and foxhunting landscapesP31
Akhlaghi-Ghaffarokh, FarbodEthnography as Experimental Philosophy: A Place for (Some) Anthropology?P20
Alarcon, XimenaSounding UndergroundP40
Altes Arlandis, AlbertoTechnologies of experience and intravention: a floating, silent roomP16
Altman, TessRighteous citizens: the new voluntarism and the (post)neoliberal welfare landscapeP33
Arnone, AnnaForest school and children interaction in a superdiverse contextP35
Arqueros, FranciscoBetween entitlement and assistance: struggles over different economic and political modelsP33
Arteaga, IgnaciaTowards an anthropology of care: the co-constitution of cancer treatments and familial experiences in the everyday lifeP34
Attala, LuciEngaging anthropology: the importance of 'doing' for teaching anthropologyP38
Austin, PeterLanguage documentation and language revitalisation - partners or just good friends?P02
Badman-King, AlexanderSpecialists in Ways of Living and ThinkingP20
Bähre, ErikThe free market bureaucracy: neoliberalism, mutuality and healthcare in The NetherlandsP36
Balthazar, Ana CarolinaWhich crisis? Discrepancies on the definition of what is in crisisP36
Bandyopadhyay, SarbaniMoulded by the field: studying the castedness of contemporary Bengali middle classP19
Bankole-Race, EniCultural kleptomania and the boundaries of authenticityP04
Baraitser, LisaResting, slowing, waitingP22
Barnes, Jamie'Framing experience': negotiating anthropological and Christian metaphorical landscapesP05
Barthelmes, LisaBetween cooperation and resistance - mobile street vendors in HanoiP21
Beldi de Alcantara, MariaThe dialogue between indigenous youth and the anthropologistsP04
Belek, BenDe-reifying autism: a social science perspective on a social / neurological conditionP06
Belloni, MilenaCosmology of destinations: imaginaries about the outside world and migratory aspirations of young Eritrean refugeesP29
Berindei, Cosmina-MariaRelevance of a symbiotic approach to defining a situation as disaster - a case study in RomaniaP07
Bisenieks, DaisyHuman-bovid dwellings in Hong Kong: 'challenging' post domestic and cosmopolitan human and bovid entanglementsP17
Boni, ZofiaChildren and food in WarsawP35
Boret Penmellen, SebastienLost in translations: thinking and doing anthropology in an inter-disciplinary and inter-national disaster centreP07
Boskovic, AleksandarAnthropology and psychoanalysis: between individual identities and group interactionsP13
Bowles, Ben"Time is like a soup": 'Boat Time' and the temporal experience of London's liveaboard BoatersP22
Bradbury, Simon Don't even dare to go real! Architecture pedagogy in a neoliberal worldP16
Branda, Alina IoanaMigration desires: perspectives from TransylvaniaP29
Brown, Claire JInto the field: a multispecies examination of Connemara ponies in western IrelandP31
Brown, HannahCare without contact: Material interruptions and infection control in Sierra Leone's Ebola outbreakP25
Bruckermann, Charlotte"How can you be so polite? Aren't we close?" The productive and destructive potential of heated disputes in rural ChinaP25
Buckler, SarahPedagogy of the future? The perils, pitfalls and pleasures of teaching ethnographyP38
Buffon, VeronicaLiving in a village guard in Diyarbakir province: practices of hospitalities and dependencies during political conflict P09
Bureau, NicolasReindeer husbandry among the Eveny: from domestication to collaboration P23
Burgos-Martinez, ElenaExploring the relation between language variants and environmental changeP02
Burnyeat, GwenCreating organic intersubjectivity through the circulation of narrative, affect and shared political actionP04
Butcher, AndreaWhat I learned about development from a disasterP07
Butler, DeborahFeeling 'happy' again: the embodied pleasures of interspecies sportP31
Campagnaro, CristianBeauty, participation and inclusion: designing (and making) with homeless peopleP16
Capello, CarloWeakening and strengthening in Neoliberal Kinship: Ethnographic Reflections from a North Italian Urban CaseP24
Carbonell, AdriàRethinking the urban: ecology, infrastructure, urbanizationP16
Carlyle, AngusThe Mouth of the Cave and the Giant Voice: sound, text and voice in Okinawan war memoryP40
Carreno-Calderon, Alejandra"Your plan is not my plan": mother's sacrifice and contradictions of desire in immigrated Latin American youngsters in ItalyP29
Challinor, ElizabethThe matryoshka dolls of Cape Verdean (im)mobility: towards an inter-sited ethnographyP29
Cheuk, Ka-KinGrassroots diplomacy: Indian trading economy within a Chinese countyP18
Clegg, HelenTherianthropy; the integration of animal and human identitiesP23
Clyne, Eyal ZiggyMitigating Complicity: Advising the security apparatus in the name of peaceP21
Cochrane, SarahThe experience of mounted police horses in an English city: commodities or colleagues?P17
Collard, NiamhLearning at home and in the neighbourhood: childhood socialisation and work in a crafting communityP35
Contrada, ChristineDalle stelle alle stalle: constructing the illusion of power in early modern MantuaP31
Cornish, HelenWeaving magical heritage in the Museum of Witchcraft: locating small museums in heritage studies and anthropologyP32
Correa, JeffersonThe ontology of becoming: philosophical narratives from a cleric to an anthropologistP20
Cortes Vazquez, Jose AntonioHeritage and social participationP32
Costa, ElisabettaTurkish State's engagement with social media and the reproduction of political inequalityP26
Cox, RupertThe Mouth of the Cave and the Giant Voice: sound, text and voice in Okinawan war memoryP40
Craciun, Elena MagdalenaFriends, foes and the anthropologist: the methodological peculiarities of a research project on Islamic fashion in IstanbulP09
Crowley, SarahMindful ambivalence: notes from the front line(s) of wildlife management conflictP17
Dansac, YaelArchaeological ethnographies: analysing the relations between societies and archaeological heritage in TulumP32
Davey, Ryan"But I do wish better for my kids": parenthood and parental estrangement in EnglandP34
Davis, ChristopherIn the company of wolvesP30
Day, SophieStoryboardsP27
Deane, DarrenThreshold machines: how Sanja Matsuri makes AsakusaP16
Djohari, NatalieReflections in the water: embracing time, coping mechanisms and side by side engagement as methodology for research with 'disaffected' youthP35
Doremus, LaurencePluricultural perceptions in a Freudian praxisP13
Dostaler, NedAlcohol as a 'disease of the will' in Tamil Nadu: reframing the resistance and complicity debateP21
Douzina-Bakalaki, PhaedraExporting the domestic, importing the public, serving the divine: the volunteering women of a soup kitchen in northern GreeceP33
Dugnoille, Julien'Water off a dog's back? Reflections on anthropological ethics and ethnographic methods in a Korean dog-meat market'P17
Dzenovska, DaceSpaces of appearance: Russian-speakers and Latvians in a transnational political fieldP18
Eason, FenellaStill 'serving' us? Anthropocentric imaginings highlight a human-canine mutualistic coexistenceP17
Edgar, IainDream literacy workshopL01
Elliott, HannahNot yet 2030: future visions and an economy of anticipation on Kenya's 'new frontier'P14
Engelmann, LukasMapping plagues, containing epidemic threatsP08
Evans, NicholasThe plague on trial: witnessing, speech, and judgment in the making of a disease.P08
Farrer, DouglasFrom habitus to homicide: Brazilian jiu-jitsu on GuamP25
Fay, FranziskaChallenges and opportunities of studying perceptions of child protection in Zanzibar, TanzaniaP35
Fayers-Kerr, Kate NiallaBeyond the social skin: the healing art of body paintingP10
Ferri, MartaBargaining boundaries in symbiotic anthropology: the liminality of the ethnographic narrationP06
Fontanari, ThibaultHow to express the rhythm of the walk and the diversity of experiences? Restitution and heritage: with the shepherds in northern PakistanP32
Forno, FrancescaThe uses of mutualism in the Italian recovered factories movementP36
Freddi, AndreaConcrete desires of im(mobility): architecture of remittances in indigenous GutemalaP29
Gapud, AlexTobacco memories in BristolP32
Garnett, EmmaAir as an intangible object of research: Moving data and making air pollution visible in scientific and ethnographic data practicesP19
Garriga Tarrés, JosepTechnologies of experience and intravention: a floating, silent roomP16
Gilbert, PaulCorporate diplomacy in the 'age of conversation'P18
Glass, PatrickMalinowski, Annette Weiner, and the Trobriand Code: on changing Trobriand paradigmsP38
Glass, Patrick21Up in Sewa, Normanby Island, Papua New Guinea (60 mins)P40
Gonzalez Diez, JavierWeakening and strengthening in Neoliberal Kinship: Ethnographic Reflections from a North Italian Urban CaseP24
Goodman, ZoeAn untouchable ethnographic subject: responding to exclusion in the field P19
Govier, EloiseVital material engagements: interactions, participation and the 'ticker-tape' art installationP38
Grant, PhilipAnthropology as Empirical Philosophy: a View from FinanceP20
Grigoryeva, AnnaParachuting in: class and internal colonialism in Moscow's anti-Putin protestsP21
Grill, JanWork, politics of deservingness and unemployment among Roma in east SlovakiaP33
Grønseth, Anne SigfridShaping well-being? Merging anthropological and architectural perspectives on asylum-seeker reception centers in NorwayP06
Gugolati, MaicaBetween visibility / hyper-visibility and the virtual discriminations P26
Gutierrez, AnaManaging uncomfortable intimacies with sex and domestic workP25
Halfman, JordiGames of imagination: how children use and relate to images and sounds to imagine ways of belonging and coexistingP35
Hallam, ElizabethAnatomists' collaborations with artists: medical explorations in plaster, paint and mixed-mediaP10
Hamilton, Gareth'Cats in Riga': socio-economic, ethno-political felines in a European Capital of CultureP30
Harper, IanGreys Anatomy: diagramming the bodyP10
Hasselberg, InesI resist by complying with the conditions they set for me, right? The odd case of compliance turned into resistance. P21
Helgesen, EspenCrafting future selves in children's online worldsP22
Henig, DavidDining diplomacy: Dervish brotherhoods and the (re)making of cosmopolitanism in Southeast EuropeP18
Hernandez Vilchis, Nofret BerenicePalestinian journalists as national and international mediatorsP18
Hill, EmmaReconciling 'quiet' lives with public protest? An examination of the Glasgow Bajuni campaign's communicative strategies.P21
Hodson, ElizabethGreys Anatomy: diagramming the bodyP10
Honderdos, IrisInstallation art and participatory ethnographic enquiry P03
Honeysett, Bethany 'You love us as much as you eat!' Furniture, food and the methodological compartmentalisations of hospitality in Damascus, Syria.P09
Hurn, SamanthaMoral responsibilities to otherthanhuman informantsP17
Hyler, Samantha"One city, one vision": contradictions in urban futuresP14
Ibanez Tirado, DianaEmbodied diplomacy: the politics of Tajikistan's national dressP18
Ilic, VladimiraPsychotherapy: injecting drug users' cling to normality - a Serbian caseP13
Irvine, RichardAnthropological anxieties and the child at play: 19th and 21st century ethnographies of children in East AngliaP35
Jansen, Eva Experience as Evidence: The Scientification of Homeopathy in GermanyP08
Jara Gomez, FabiolaMaking common grounds: experiments in self-organization in Dutch urban environmentsP16
Jerstad, HeidMutual sustenance and animals as co-workers: water buffalo and women in the Indian HimalayasP23
Jiménez-Esquinas, GuadalupeHeritage and social participationP32
Jones McVey, Rosie'Holding Intent' in British Horsemanship; Discussing the 'Withness' of Becoming With. P31
Joshi, VibhaHeritage of a 'heathen past': source communities and colonial collectionsP32
Karampampas, PanasStyle in crisis: "dancing away" the economic crisis in goth clubsP36
Kaur, JasRe-imagining "ethnic" coups in Fiji: problematising narratives of ruptureP24
Kavedzija, IzaOf manners and hedgehogs: Building closeness by maintaining distanceP25
Kelly, AnnSensing cellular debris: traces of a Soviet method in a Tanganikan laboratoryP10
King, AlexanderThe importance of language documentation for anthropologist and quick how-to guideP02
Kirtsoglou, ElisabethFamilial citizens: from the public to the domestic (and all the way back) P36
Klokov, KonstantinHuman and Reindeer: Co-survival strategies (Tofalars' and Evenks' reindeer herder communities in modern Siberia case-studies)P23
Knight, DanielEnergy Empires: interdisciplinarity at the intersection of society and technologyP27
Kucza, MartaFancy smart phones, comfortable unemployment and endless grousing about the life “here”: notes on visual anthropology in-the-makingP03
Kyriakides, TheodorosMedical evidence, expectation and hope as techno-collective ethics: the case of gene therapy and thalassaemia in CyprusP08
Lainé, NicolasElephant Companions: apprehending human-elephant working communities in Northeast IndiaP23
Lane, KarenSymbiotic Ethnographers: Fieldwork with a Dog as a Research AssistantP23
Legrand, MarineWelcoming migratory birds in urban parks. Mutual learning and adaptation.P23
Lesshafft, HannahChildren of Gods: candomblé kinship relations in actionP34
Li, FangfangPossibilities and challenges in conducting multi-sited visual ethnographyP03
Lopez-Santillan, Angeles A.Stoicism as action: the paradox of collaboration while doing nothing but understanding during fieldworkP27
Lottholz, PhilippCritiquing the limits of anthropological imagination in peace and conflict studies: On the complicity of resistance with counter-hegemonyP06
Lucas, RaymondThreshold machines: how Sanja Matsuri makes AsakusaP16
Lynteris, ChristosPestis minor: evidential strategies and the colonial scramble for plague P08
Lyon, StephenCrises of legitimacy: kinship, reciprocity and the state in PakistanP18
Madsen, Mette MyA Glorious FutureP24
Magee, SiobhanDe facto family businesses in PolandP34
Malara, Diego MariaMediating conflict, mediating love: navigating hierarchy in kinship and religionP24
Mannheim, BruceSpatial orientation and the formation of social subjects: An example from colonial and contemporary southern QuechuasP02
Manolova, PolinaBulgarian migration to the UK: the influential power of the imaginary WestP29
Marchina, CharlotteTalking to animals: human-animal communication as collaboration among Mongolian herdersP23
Marsden, MagnusDiplomatic traders: Afghan transnational networksP18
Marsland, RebeccaThe indigenous bee and the imported beeP30
Martin, JessicaA question of attitude regarding the keeping of nonhuman animals as livestock: what role can visual media play in influencing or affecting change in livestock policy and legislation?P17
McGuire, GabrielThe intimate inedible and the exiled edible: the horse as companion and as food in Kazakh cultureP31
McManus, JohnAlgorithms and football communities: are you really friends or just on Facebook? P26
Merz, JohannesSecular and religious symbiosis: strengthening postsecular anthropology through commitments to faithP05
Merz, SharonSecular and religious symbiosis: strengthening postsecular anthropology through commitments to faithP05
Meulemans, GermainA proletariat of diggers. Worms as engineers in practices of soil constructionP23
Moody, SianAddressing the issue of dog surrendering: bringing action into researchP17
Morad, KawaScholars as guests: on hospitality and fieldwork in Iraqi KurdistanP09
Morris, JeremyNot soft power, but speaking softly. 'Everyday diplomacy' in field relations during the Russia-Ukraine conflict.P18
Moulton, SusanParsing the past: equine depictions in paleolithic cave paintingsP31
Mouret, SébastienThe animal strength as means of the police force. Work and fabrication of the patrol dogs of the national police in France.P23
Mozaffari, AliThe formation of contemporary heritage movements in IranP32
Mueller-HIrth, NataschaPedagogy of the future? The perils, pitfalls and pleasures of teaching ethnographyP38
Murtagh, ChantelleA story of layers of resistance played out in the Peruvian Amazon P21
Nading, AlexZeroes and millions, paleos and primitives: evidencing bodily biodiversity in the era of the microbiomeP08
Nakamaki, HirochikaMutuality in the Taniguchi Symposia on "Japanese civilization in the modern world"L03
Nascimento, RogerProfessing experiences: exploring contemporary working life and professionalism(s) of medical general practitioners beyond the secular/religious divideP05
Nawratek, Krzysztof Don't even dare to go real! Architecture pedagogy in a neoliberal worldP16
Nicola, FrancescaPolitics of parenting in the socio-economic crisis of DetroitP24
Nicolescu, RazvanWhy is poverty so abstract on social media?P26
Nielsen, KatherineInterviews as catalysts: changing directions in ethnographic researchP19
Oberlé, HélèneNarratives of identity, multi-sited biography, and transnational life-modes of highly qualified migrants: two case studiesP29
Oehler, AlexanderReading WolvesP23
Okely, Judith'My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding' televisual series as ethnocentric appropriation and travesty of anthropology's pioneering Observational Filming P03
Oosterhoff, PaulineInstallation art and participatory ethnographic enquiry P03
Orlando, GiovanniThe uses of mutualism in the Italian recovered factories movementP36
Ozturk, Salim AykutMaking sense of dispersion? Problems of ethnography beyond representation of 'wholes' and anthropology as a science of critiqueP19
Paganopoulos, MichelangeloThe disinterested eye: a subjective return to Kant's universal visionP03
Pedroso de Lima, AntóniaSolidarity and charity in times of crises: mutuality, responsible citizanship, the church and the state in PortugalP36
Peeters, ArnoInstallation art and participatory ethnographic enquiry P03
Petracchi, LauraBrothers and Sisters in Christ. Pentecostal movements and reconfiguration of social relationships in favelas (Brazil).P24
Picozza, FiorenzaDubliners: mobility, displacement and desire at the time of the Dublin regulationP29
Pina-Cabral, JoaoDancing la guerre: personal constitution and structural determinationP36
Pineda Revilla, BeatrizMaking common grounds: experiments in self-organization in Dutch urban environmentsP16
Pinka, Māra'Cats in Riga': socio-economic, ethno-political felines in a European Capital of CultureP30
Poleykett, BranwynMedical evidence in public P08
Poltorak, MikeFive Ways In (2014)P40
Porcellana, ValentinaBeauty, participation and inclusion: designing (and making) with homeless peopleP16
Rajković, Ivan(In)comparable parasites: claiming social worth in the context of 'mock-work' in SerbiaP33
Ramchandani, TaapsiNegotiating the future: an anthropological investigation of state transformation and local government reform in Trinidad and TobagoP14
Reece, KoreenThe Ordinary Crisis of Kinship in Botswana's Time of AIDSP24
Reynolds, JoannaCollaboration, negotiation, application: exploring relationships between ethnographic practice and evaluation researchP27
Rice, TomGovindpuri Sound: an ethnographic audio documentaryP40
Ritter, ChristianCollaborating between digital and real-world fieldsites: the case of Moroccan networks in IstanbulP09
Roper, JonathanCrowd-sourcing nativisms: morphology and ideologyP02
Roxburgh, ElizabethTherianthropy; the integration of animal and human identitiesP23
Rush, KaylaLiminality, privilege, and vulnerability: reflections on research in a faith communityP05
Sabaté, IreneTo repay or not to repay. Patterns of inequality emerging from mortgage (over-)indebtedness in SpainP36
Sacchi, PaolaWeakening and strengthening in Neoliberal Kinship: Ethnographic Reflections from a North Italian Urban CaseP24
Salaru, MariaMaking one's home: an ethnography of the material transformations in Romanian blocks of flatsP16
Salisbury, LauraResting, slowing, waitingP22
Sallabank, JuliaLanguage documentation and language revitalisation - partners or just good friends?P02
Sanches, Nicole Games of imagination: how children use and relate to images and sounds to imagine ways of belonging and coexistingP35
Sanchez-Carretero, CristinaHeritage and social participationP32
Sarr, Khadeeja HaddyNarratives of identity, multi-sited biography, and transnational life-modes of highly qualified migrants: two case studiesP29
Sayeed, MohammadRelative property: kinship and land-development in an unauthorised neighbourhood of DelhiP34
Scicluna, RachaelAlternative Domesticities: shared living with non-kin across the life course in England P25
Sedlenieks, KlavsWhen less change gives hope for change: development and buffer culture in Montenegro and LatviaP14
Seebacher, Deniz "I literally lived with the orphans to understand them and setup a good CSR project". The workings of Corporate Social Responsibility in the (re)configuration of contemporary societiesP33
Shah, RachelProductive frustrations, frustrating productionP19
Shore, CrisSymbiotic or parasytic? Universities, academic capitalism and the global knowledge economyP06
Siddique, SalmaEthnography: imperfect love in the time of fieldworkP13
Silvestri, LauraThe benefits of flexibility in ethnographyP19
Skinner, JonathanDance, Capital and the Time-TricksterP22
Smith, ConstanceMirages of the future: time and master planning in Nairobi P14
Sokol-Klepacka, MartaThe sense of belonging and the migration trajectories of the members of the Latin American community in EdinburghP29
Speirs, JenniferThe knock on the door? Hazardous relationships in donor-assisted conceptionP25
Spira, ViníciusArchitecture, spatial practices and political interactions in the Unified Educational Centers (CEUs) of São PauloP16
Spyer, JulianoBreaking the code of learning in a working class neighbourhood in BahiaP26
Steel, LouiseExperiential learning: exploring the bodyP38
Strang, VeronicaCosmopolitanism in the Academy: the creative potential of engagements with the disciplinary 'other'P06
Strava, CristianaAn everyday future: planning for hypermodernity on the margins of CasablancaP14
Streinzer, AndreasTime and Money - bending time in the Greek economic crisisP22
Støa, EliShaping well-being? Merging anthropological and architectural perspectives on asylum-seeker reception centers in NorwayP06
Su, JanineMobility, unintelligibility, uncertainty: frontiers of precarious manhood in IstanbulP29
Sztutman, RenatoTowards a New Metaphysics of Language and Power: Following P. and H. Clastres' Insights on the GuaraniP20
Thiele, Maria ElisabethThe impact of natural hazards on African American religious/spiritual culture in New Orleans - coping strategies and interpretationsP07
Thornton, ThomasConflict, Peace, and Mutual Accomodation in Tlingit Human-Animal RelationsP23
Toji, SimoneThe ontology of becoming: philosophical narratives from a cleric to an anthropologistP20
Tuckett, AnnaMoving on: Italy as a stepping stone in migrant imaginariesP29
Urdea, AlexandraWorking and reworking museum collaborationP27
Valentin, EmanuelMemoria ladina: participative approaches to community-based conceptions of heritage in the DolomitesP32
Vallely, JosieComics as illness narrative: context, content and constructionP10
van Dam, ArvidDesign and collaborations in a recovery process in post-tsunami Sri Lanka P16
van Roekel, EvaTrauma, truth and therapy: an anthropological inquiry into psychoanalysis and victimhood in ArgentinaP13
Venkatraman, Shriram"Is social media good for my child's education?"- perceptions across social classesP26
Viazzo, Pier PaoloWeakening and strengthening in Neoliberal Kinship: Ethnographic Reflections from a North Italian Urban CaseP24
Walker-Crawford, NoahFighting the Discourse from Within: Epistemological Resistance to Multinational Mining in PeruP21
Wanner, ChrissiePurity, pollution, panic: eastern european immigrants in the British dog-showing communityP30
Ward, ChristopherMaking and unmaking deer in the Deer Park P30
Wemelsfelder, FrancoiseScience with sentience: recognising animals as whole expressive beings in studies of animal welfare P23
Wenk, IrinaSpotted lives: Knabstrup social worlds and the question of ethnographic research involving horsesP31
Wheeler, WilliamWhen is a disaster not a disaster? The construction of the Aral Sea disasterP07
White, BruceSocial and civil engineering for the common good: is there such a thing as Mutual Applied Anthropology?L03
White, Joanna"But isn´t it the baby that decides when it will be born"?: Temporality, the reproducing body and women's being-in-the-worldP22
Will, ValerieFacebook: friend or foe of equestrian ethnography?P31
Williams, JamesCut and run: Fratricide as economic logicP25
Woodcraft, SaffronTowards an anthropology of the ‘not-yet’: development planning, temporality and the futureP14
Zikic, BojanPsychotherapy: injecting drug users' cling to normality - a Serbian caseP13
Zorek, BrunoThe future of the city of São Paulo from a pessimistic point of view - mid-twentieth centuryP14