EASA, 2010: EASA2010: Crisis and imagination

Maynooth, 24/08/2010 – 27/08/2010

Authors and papers

This page lists all the accepted papers by author. Click on a workshop reference to see the workshop page and paper details.

AuthorPaperWorkshop
Abu Ghosh, YasarThe Gypsy bio(graphic) power: 'out of time' as a topoi in Romani life histories W113
Ådahl, Susanne'Mama Maendelo': a look into the life work of Finnish anthropologist Marja-Liisa SwantzW105
Adam, JensTransnational cultural interventions in areas of conflictW100
Adt, ValérieBreast feeding versus formula feeding: which views do mothers refer to? W056
Aguiar, Jose Carlos GPolicy franchising: global neoliberalism and the control of new illegalities in Latin AmericaW092
Aistara, GuntraSweating for sustainability: resilience through diversity on Latvian eco-health farmsW019
Akalin, AyseThe illegality of legality: the Work Permit Law for Foreigners in TurkeyW092
Akello, GraceAn evaluation of healthcare services' provision in relation to children's perspectives: a reflection of dilemmas in applied medical anthropologyW121
Al-Mohammad, HayderRavelling/unravelling: being-in-the-world and falling-out-of-the-worldIW007
Alfieri, ChiaraBest or worst? Diverging interpretations on breastfeeding amongst African HIV positive mothers in the era of 'normalization' of AIDS preventionW056
Almeida, CarlaMozambique Island, celebrations of the slave trade abolition: taking historical memories for meaning the presentW029
Altun, MuratAn early case of neo-liberal historiography: the invention of Soixante-Huitards in Turkish mainstream media and the crisis of historicity in TurkeyW043
Alvarado Leyton, CristianNarratives of identity among German-Argentinean women in Buenos AiresW074
Amante, Maria de FátimaThe politics of reconstructing locality from a distance: actors and strategies W120
Ambaye Ogato, AnataIdentification through men:a moment of empowerment?W089
Andersson, Kerstin BImaginative acts and the Kolkata eliteW079
Andreas, MarcusAn exercise of imagination: ecovillage endeavoursW019
Andreeva, Larissa"Orthodoxy - State - Russian Ethnicity": A Possible Aberration of Pre-1917 Imperial Ideology in Post-1991 RussiaW051
Antonijevic Ubois, SmiljanaUser-generated content and cultural heritage: rewards and challenges W068
Arantes, Lydia MariaBrazilian images of 'Life in Europe': the power of discourseW036
Aranzadi, Isabela deAn Atlantic drum's journey after the slavery from Africa to the Americas and Back: Annobonese and Fernandino musical cultureW027
Archambault, JuliePhones, foreigners, and the fluctuating digital divide in Southern MozambiqueIW003
Ardèvol, ElisendaEngagement and creative labour in new media practicesW068
Arenas, IvanFrom the ballot to the barrio: finding hope in community in Oaxaca, MexicoW025
Árnason, ArnarDeath, crisis, rhetoricW013
Árnason, ArnarDeath on roadsW064
Arnaut, KarelMaking space for performativity: publics, powers, and places in a multi-register town festival (Bondoukou, Côte d'Ivoire)W029
Arzyutov, DmitryDesigner of 'Indigineity Factory': anthropologists role in Altai culture commodificationW095
Ask, KarinAfghan women reconstructing their life worldW025
Askland, Hedda HaugenFighting for the homeland: East-Timorese refugees and the reproduction of locality in exileW037
Assmuth, LauraClara Gallini: a career spanning six decades of Italian anthropologyW105
Baas, MichielImagining a future in-between: transnational desires among Indian students in AustraliaW036
Bacchiddu, GiovannaFear and prayers: negotiating with the dead in Apiao, Chiloé, southern ChileW013
Bacciocchi, LucaBetween global desires and local (im)possibilities: the migration from Sri Lanka to Italy W036
Badescu, GruiaReading post-war Sarajevo as textW084
Bajic-Hajdukovic, IvanaFrom the 'Embargo Cake' to the 'Tycoon Cake': food shortages, changes in everyday diet and new recipes in post-1990 SerbiaW010
Bal, EllenAspiring migrants and imagined futures 'away from home': The construction of migration aspirations among young people in rural and urban BangladeshW036
Balandina, AlexandraDeveloping strategies for growing roots: an autobiography of displacement, migration and repatriationW065
Ballard, RogerApplied anthropology: a viable career path?W077
Balzani, MarziaAhmadi Muslims and asylum: strategic representations W005
Baral, AnnaRoots for future in an African 'cultural kingdom'W074
Baranski, JanuszMuseum as a place of self-knowledgeW071
Barberani, SilviaAlimentary rhetorics and creative practices: (re-)imagining the self and the world in a time of crisisW010
Barbier, NicolasHuman conflicts since the reintroduction of the wolf in IdahoW069
Barendregt, BartEmerging futurities in Muslim southeast Asia: science fantasy, digital development and the urge for moral technologyIW003
Bathaïe, AzitaThe Afghan migrants from the frontiers of Iran to EuropeW054
Bayer, JuliaAwareness training for journalists and its potential for the promotion of media diversityW042
Bayrakdar, DenizIstanbul 2010 the European capital of culture: 'What really did happen between the images 1960-2010s?'W043
Beaudevin, ClaireIndividual and national crises: management of inherited blood disorders in the Sultanate of OmanIW006
Beckmann, Gitte"They call them lababa or obange - stupid"W101
Bedard, BethIndigenous response to cultural vulnerability and mining in CanadaW125
Behague, DominiqueCrisis and permutations of power in Southern Brazilian psychiatryW106
Beltran-Antolin, Joaquin"Crisis, what crisis?" Chinese life inside the diasporaW061
Benadusi, MaraPerforming community design after disaster: humanitarian floats in post-tsunami Sri Lanka W083
Benga, AlvaresCulture, exploitation of resources and conservation: Anadara senilis L (1758) in the Saloum Delta in SenegalW029
Benson, PeterTobacco, infectious disease, and global public healthW033
Berckmoes, LidewydeYouth and identity during election time in BurundiW078
Beretta, SaraIndividual fun can't equal collective one: digital visions and auto-representations on Chinese webW049
Berg, CatoImagining fish and rivers in Aurland, NorwayW038
Bernstein, JuliaRussian food shops in Israel and Germany: different national symbolic participations and virtual transnational enclaveW018
Bertelsen, Bjørn EngeThe violence of the spectral assemblage: trajectories and imaginaries of Mozambican sovereign formationsW103
Berthod, Marc AntoineDo we have the right to grieve at work? W070
Bertoni, FilippoAnomic anticipations: imagination and action in a context of crisisW060
Besnier, NikoThe imagination of tradition: pawnshops and anxiety on the edge of the globalPlenary B
Bestard, JuanThe theory of justice and the ethics of kinshipW007
Beyeler, SarahThe self-representation and striving for recognition of Ahmadi-women in Switzerland: a qualitative-empirical approachW005
Bizas, EleniPedagogies, aesthetics and notions of being: the cultural footprint of Senegalese dancers' trans-Atlantic movement on New York City Sabar classesW041
Bjerén, GunillaChanging household dynamics in urban EthiopiaW028
Björklund Larsen, LottaIllegal yet licit: justifying informal purchases of work in contemporary SwedenW096
Blazquez-Rodriguez, MaribelCrisis inside medical vision of pregnancy and labour health care attention? Results from an ethnography in MadridW121
Blum-Ross, AliciaFocusing-in: youth filmmaking as place-makingW017
Bodirsky, KatharinaBe different, be productive, be Berlin: conditions of belonging in the 'creative city'W115
Bofulin, MartinaSending love through infant formula: (re)making of the Chinese transnational family in EuropeW018
Boissevain, KatiaEvangelism in Tunisia: accommodating Christian conversion in a Muslim context W063
Bonaccorso, MonicaVolunteers and poor: community health workers in informal settlements in NairobiW077
Bondanini, Francesco BrunoStudying immigrants' identities on the frontiers of EuropeW054
Bondarenko, Dmitri"Orthodoxy - State - Russian Ethnicity": A Possible Aberration of Pre-1917 Imperial Ideology in Post-1991 RussiaW051
Borelle, CélineThe crisis of French psychiatry through the case of autismW123
Borelli, CaterinaAnd now what? Analysing the transition from a socialist city in postwar SarajevoW084
Boret Penmellen, SebastienWhen life crisis meets environmental crisis: imagining death and ecological immortality in Japanese tree-burialW013
Boswell, BevanA quest for justice? The Mauritius Truth and Justice CommissionW117
Boswell, RosabelleA quest for justice? The Mauritius Truth and Justice CommissionW117
Botticello, JulieNigerian children born in England: the search for 'roots' amid ruptureW074
Boulianne, ManonSocial innovation, social economy and economic imaginations in QuebecPlenary B
Bowsher, AndrewDigital sound technologies: the renegotiation of music production, consumption and collecting practicesIW003
Boyer, DominicPortable analytics and traveling theoryW007
Boylston, ThomasContemporary living in very old places: stability, instability and Orthodox Christian historical subjectivity in Zege, EthiopiaW002
Braemer, MarieHonda Future Neo GT: motorbikes, men and mobility in urban Vietnam W060
Branda, Alina Ioana'Virtually Jewish': life histories, past and futureW067
Brebant, EmilieRwandan visionaries of the Virgin Mary: 'competing discourses' and transnationalizationW032
Bregnbæk, SusanneThe fragility of the elite: on the double-binds of higher education in BeijingW079
Bresnihan, Patrick(Post) Political Ecology: Moving towards ConsensusW038
Broch, Harald Beyer'Welcome onboard'W038
Brodwin, PaulThe crisis of futility: clinical ethnography and the moral landscape of community psychiatry IW006
Brownlee, AttractaTraveller women and ritual power W099
Brum, CeresMaison du Brésil: a student house for the brazilian elites in ParisW079
Brumann, Christoph'UNESCO is a special animal': questions of agency in a multilateral institutionW100
Bryce, DerekExhibiting the Orient: 'post 9/11' representations of the Near East in UK museumsW071
Budka, PhilippPopular culture and music in an indigenous online environmentW068
Buergi, BirgitMending and bending antimalarial drug innovation at times of emerging multi-drug resistance in Southeast AsiaW091
Bullen, MargaretWorking for change from within: applied anthropology in the Basque CountryW077
Burlacu, MihaiThe Istro-Romanians: perspectives regarding the legacy of a cultureW065
Busch, SidselFrom medicalization to psychologization: coping with voice hearing in self-help groups in DenmarkW123
Buscher, AustinAuthority in alternative spiritualities: fact or fiction?W014
Buzalka, JurajAgrarian tolerance in Eastern Europe: community, market, and politics under global crisisW035
Cabot, HeathRe-articulating the ethnos: language, blood, and belonging in AthensW059
Caldwell, MelissaFrom socialist egalitarianism to postsocialist discrimination: theorizing and implementing race in the new RussiaW059
Callan, HilaryAnthropology in pre-university education: a UK case-history of 'multiple publics'W004
Campbell, BenCultivating knowledge and practiceW019
Campbell, LiamThe Foyle River catchment: people, place and nature - estrangement and connectionW087
Canals, RogerTransnational objects, transnational cults: Afro-American religions in EuropeW018
Candea, MateiOther worlds close to home: ethological methodology as a holding in abeyanceW003
Cantinho de Jesus, Vanessa"Out of water?" Material culture, migration and the positioning strategies of a group of adolescents in a neighbourhood of LisbonW122
Capelli, IreneSocial bonds and structural boundaries: pluralism, experience and risk in the birthing process in an eastern Moroccan oasisW121
Capello, CarloThe social context of hrigue: a Moroccan viewW054
Carbonell, EliseuForecasting in changing waters: fishermen, ethnoclimatology and climate changeW087
Carbonella, AugustDispossession, disorganization and the anthropology of labourIW001
Čargonja, HrvojeExperience and expectation - interpreting religious experience narratives in the Hare Krishna movementW002
Carnegie, Elizabeth(Re)Constructing Cappadocia? Museum mediated memories and the interpretations of the shared past within the World Heritage Site of Göreme W071
Carnegie, ElizabethExhibiting the Orient: 'post 9/11' representations of the Near East in UK museumsW071
Caroso, CarlosContemporary approaches to old and new questions of anthropology in BrazilW004
Carriconde, RaquelThe street, the square and the stairway: informal ways to manage the differenceW053
Carrier, James GIntroductionIW001
Carvalheira, RaquelMeanings of culture and heritage in Essaouira, MoroccoW039
Casa-Nova, Maria JoséPerceptions of body and illness in the context of ethnicity.Thoughts arising from ethnographic field work W055
Cassidy, TanyaIreland, Irish Women and Lactation Surrogacy: Imagining a world where it takes a community to feed a child.W056
Cepaitiene, AuksuoleDaily matters, silences and fragmentation of social spaces in LithuaniaW115
Cervinkova, HanaRe-telling urban heritage through Action AnthropologyW045
Cevese, Rossella"I have to know this baby, he will be like my son": considerations on migration and milk banking in ItalyW056
Chatjouli, AglaiaThalassaemic lives as stories of becomingIW007
Chaudhuri, BidishaGood governance in India: interplay of politics, culture and technology in e-governance projectsW119
Chelcea, LiviuWork-discipline and corporate culture: temporal regimes in a multinational bank in RomaniaW023
Cholia, Harpreet'Moving on up': the South Asian public's creation and influence over public spacesW017
Christensen, Maya MynsterTransforming hope: from empty time in Sierra Leone to full time in IraqW060
Cimdina, AgneseHinder or advantage? Interpretation of the law in the context of international entrepreneurshipW096
Ciotti, Manuela'They have always been post-secular': arguments on the 'political' from a subaltern community in north IndiaW051
Citroni, SebastianoSociality events in urban settings and the generation of public sphereW118
Clark, BrendonFrom studying 'users' to generating 'publics' in design research: mutual accountability as a generative forceW047
Clavering, EmmaA crisis in the genes? Children and young people's responses to processes of medical labelling through paediatric geneticsW093
Clough, PaulNarratives of self and other in migration trajectoriesW054
Clua Fainé, Montserrat'Race', 'culture' and 'mixture': changing criteria in defining national membership in Catalan nationalist discourseW059
Coelho, Maria ClaudiaNarrating experiences of victimization: emotions and micro-politicsW048
Coleman, E. GabriellaPhreaker/hacker/troller as tricksterIW003
Coleman, SteveImmanence vs. revolution, or why there is no hope (or is there?)IW005
Colpron, Anne-MarieContact crises: shamanic explorations of virtual and possible worlds W003
Commune, NicolasPreventive approaches to health of French ayurveda therapists: An "complementary" inscription with biomedicine?W072
Connor, LindaA rising tide of true democracy? Climate crisis, spirituality and action in a carboniferous zoneW016
Corboz, Julienne'Aren't you really one of us?' Negotiating suspicion and participation in the BDSM scene in Melbourne, AustraliaW044
Coreil, JeannineAnticipated stigma and social position within the Haitian-American communityW081
Cornejo, MonicaThe pursuit of spirituality toward membership and community participation: biographies of Soka Gakkai members in SpainW014
Cortes Vazquez, Jose AntonioDisputed nature: social struggles and the environment in Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park, southeastern SpainW125
Costa, ElisabettaIdeology of internet, activist imaginary, and international humanitarian aid in LebanonW120
Cotoi, CalinEthnicization and (trans) national governmentality: the case of Moldavian CsangosW065
Cottino, Gaia'Health crisis' in the Kingdom of Tonga: critical observations on the obesity issueIW006
Couroucli, MariaRemembering and forgetting the past: memory transmission in GreeceW008
Cousin, Saskia«On reste là!» Values of mobility and immobility in the struggles about clandestine immigrants in FranceW001
Cubero, CarloObservational montage: filming the transnational subjectW066
Culic, IrinaState of imagination: embodiments of immigration CanadaW036
Cunha, ManuelaChanging engagements with immunization: is the 'universal vaccination' principle in crisis?W055
D'Agostino, GabriellaImagined identities. the emergence of modern mimetic subjectivities in global imaginative horizonsW036
D'Angelo, LorenzoBetting on luck or, how to cope with uncertainty in the artisanal diamond miningW098
da Col, GiovanniViral anthropology: humanity and divine parasitism among Dechen Tibetans W003
Dąbrowska, KamilaRelocating significance of materialized memories among postwar Jewish immigrants from Poland W018
Dalsgård, Anne LineWhen a skeleton is all that is leftW060
Danis, DidemTransit migrants shuffling between categoriesW054
Das Gupta, AshokConceptualizing identity movements in IndiaW119
Davidov, VeronicaAfter neoliberalism? Environmental justice and the politics of natural resource management in Rafael Correa's EcuadorW075
Davis, ElizabethCrisis, contracts, and care in Greek psychiatryW106
Davis-Sulikowski, Ulrike'Balls of fire' and other kinds of weapons: a look at the Haitian experienceW110
De Clerck, GoedeleEmancipation processes in deaf communities: how the visual exchange of knowledge on more fortunate life circumstances can compensate for local limiting structuresW101
de Fockert, TirzaPutting the groove back in the anthropology of musicW020
de Koning, AnoukThe space of class: reflections on neoliberal CairoW053
de Lame, DanielleChance as work, chance as destiny?W098
de Silva, MangalikaCriminalized minorities, minor criminals: everyday global terror in the underbelly of Sri Lankan democracyW103
Dean-Haidet, CatherineEngaging paradoxes of grief: ritual from hospice & bereavement spacesW013
Debevec, LizaHow to reach tomorrow: hope, future and everyday religious practice among muslims in urban Burkina FasoW002
Debinska, MariaTransgender lives and the means of social control: the case of PolandW113
Debucquet, GervaiseBreast feeding versus formula feeding: which views do mothers refer to? W056
Dekel, IritMaking the feelings concrete: the rule of experience at the Holocaust Memorial in BerlinW071
del Mármol, CamilaShort trip for the weekend: second homes and new social realities in the Catalan PyreneesW112
Deltsou, EleftheriaExpert knowledge and developmental corporations in GreeceW107
Deneva, NedaEthnicity in flux: Bulgarian Muslims between-and-betwixt Bulgaria and SpainW005
DeNicola, LaneSpimes as material culture: anthropological approaches to (and through) location-aware objectsIW003
Desclaux, AliceBest or worst? Diverging interpretations on breastfeeding amongst African HIV positive mothers in the era of 'normalization' of AIDS preventionW056
DeWan, JenniferThe ethnographer-as-activist: notes on feminism and ethnography in IrelandW045
Di Pasquale, CaterinaThe cultural construction of the remembrance of the nazi-fascist massacre in a little community called Sant'Anna di Stazzema W067
Dicks, BellaParticipation and empowerment for communities in crisis: rhetoric and realityW050
Didonè, ElisabettaThe white veil: a study of the dowry of women in Bengali migration in a country of northern ItalyW089
Dietrich, Martha-CeciliaTake me to a place outside: a study into the bodily and imaginative aspects of imprisonmentW088
Dietrich, Martha-CeciliaTake me to a place outsideW104
Dietz, GuntherPracticing anthropology through intercultural and interdisciplinary mediation: a reflexive ethnography of an 'interculturalizing' higher education institution in MexicoW042
Dietzsch, InaArtists, politicians, academics and a local newspaper in competition for definitions W077
Doering, HeikeParticipation and empowerment for communities in crisis: rhetoric and realityW050
Dorsch, HaukeNoise as style and cut-off ears: Emic aesthetic concepts of JaliyaaW020
Doshita, MegumiThe formation of satoyama: towards restructuring rural societies in JapanW061
Drazin, AdamThe social life of concepts in Design AnthropologyW047
Drazkiewicz, ElaThe faith in development: the case of Polish involvement in AfricaIW005
Dumitru, Razvan'The young and successful': reshaping the public sphere in Republic of MoldovaW012
Dupont-Nivet, MathildeWhat about fish feelings? An inquiry about how fish farmers and researchers approach fish welfare W038
Durand, Jean-YvesRoundabout ethnographyW064
Durão, SusanaMoral projects in social movements: ethnographic explorations in Brazil W048
Durham, DeborahAnother Yugoslavia, another Malaysia: new global futures and impossibility of politicsW060
Dzenovska, DaceThe homesteader and the migrant: ethics and mobility in post-soviet LatviaW001
Eastmond, MaritaThe politics of suffering: asylum-seeking children and the crisis of asylumW081
Economou, LeonidasThe trauma of violence and injustice in the life and song of Stelios KazantzidisW041
Edmonds, AlexanderGlobal beauty: attractiveness as a form of value in capitalist peripheriesW035
Eguavoen, IritNot about water - local discourse and social dynamics around a small reservoir failureW075
Einarsdóttir, JónínaChild trafficking: a 'heavy word' in Guinea-BissauW083
El-Tom, AbdullahiFrom war to peace and reconciliation in Darfur, SudanPlenary A
Embuldeniya, GayathriBeing at home elsewhere: Sri Lankan Tamils' productions of home in Toronto, CanadaW018
Emmenegger, RonyDecentralization to the household in Oromia, Ethiopia: the case of the garee misoma in state-led rural road constructionW090
Engelbrecht, BeateCo-operation and manipulation: experiences from ethnographic filmmakingW044
Enguix, BegonyaIdentities in crisis? Pride parades and imaginationW012
Enn, RosaCultural revitalization as a reaction of the crisis of modernityW037
Epstajn, EmiliaPrivate exhibiting and initiatives: creative alternatives to institutional modes of representing the other/one-self in SerbiaW015
Erez, TamirMission not accomplished: negotiating power relations and vulnerability within the Messianic Jews in Israel W044
Ertan, DenizMixing an imaginary salad: American aesthetics, ambiguity and crisis during 1914-22W020
Espirito Santo, DianaSpirits, lies, and spies in Havana W044
Estalella, AdolfoHope infrastructure: enacting expectations in bloggers' material practicesIW003
Evans, GillianThe Aboriginal People of England: the culture of class politics in contemporary BritainW115
Evans, MarkRoad to the new South: South Carolina and the debate over I-95W064
Ewart, IanInnovation and uncertainty: a new bridge in the highlands of BorneoW047
Eyraud, BenoîtImagination through ordinary crisis - The protection of the Nantez' spending spreeW106
Fagerlid, CicilieParisian performance poetry: cosmopolitanism and democracy in practiceW017
Färber, AlexaCompeting desires for mobility: low-cost-carriers and the transformation of European citiesW001
Favero, Paolo S. H.For an AnthroPoArt: about audio-visual experimentation as a form of political engagementW077
Féaux de la Croix, JeanneThe future of Kyrgyz summer pastures and hydropower: between invoking paradise and state captureW016
Feischmidt, MargitThe altering meanings of 'Gypsy-ness' and the changing regimes of otheringW059
Feldman, JackiePlaygrounds of history, shrines of memory: guided tours as performances of citizenship in memorial museumsW071
Ferkov, KaterinaNon-institutional healing practice as a response to ethical crisis in Slovenia W121
Fernandes Ferreira, ElianeKnowledge of the forest - the endeavour to save a common spaceW012
Fernández, NuriaThe centralization of the Bubi's chieftaincies and the Spanish colonial expansion in Bioko's islandW022
Ferran, HugoThe musical expression of identity in the Maale patrilinear society (Southern Ethiopia)W089
Ferreira, SóniaThe anthropologist as suspect - when the past isn't such a foreign countryW044
Fialova, LydieCage beds, walls and bridges: symbolic dimension of the proposed transformation of psychiatry in the post-1989 Czech RepublicW106
Figueiredo, PatrickFor an anthropology of the frontier: the walls of Ceuta and MelillaW111
Fillitz, ThomasGlobal culture and local arenas: cultural power regimes of the authenticW095
Filmstream, TheTransfiction W104
Filmstream, TheRoma Boys – The Love StoryW104
Filmstream, TheOwners of the WaterW104
Filmstream, TheThe Meaning of LifeW104
Filmstream, TheBalkan Rhapsodies: 78 Measures of WarW104
Filmstream, TheRapresentW104
Filmstream, TheThe Bagyeli Pygmies at the Fringes of the WorldW104
Filmstream, TheToday the Hawk Takes One ChickW104
Finlay, AndrewCommunal categories, normative ethnicity and the peace process in IrelandW078
Flikke, RuneImagining fish and rivers in Aurland, NorwayW038
Fontefrancesco, Michele FilippoCrafting the local: collective trademark and tradition in Valenza, ItalyW039
Forbess, AliceBetween God and Caesar: Orthodox monastics in two political settingsW051
Forero Angel, Ana MaríaImagination, crisis and narratives among Colombian officers: citizenship and history among the military elitesW079
Formenti, AmbraAtlantic spiritualities: African Pentecostal churches in LisbonW063
Fox, KatyHope, autopoiesis and permaculture in Romania and the UKW019
Frangella, SimoneMobility and the ethnographic account: reflections on a fluid toolW007
Friedman, JonathanNot globalization: on the relations between class and culture in the light of the current crisisIW001
Frigolé, JuanShort trip for the weekend: second homes and new social realities in the Catalan PyreneesW112
Fuentes, AgustinBlurring the biological and social in human becomings IW007
Fusari, MassimilianoFrom account to narrative: Quranic school in Damascus as a case study for visual inter-actions in public anthropologyW077
Gabbert, Echi ChristinaInnovative mothers - radical daughters: agency among Arbore women (Southern Ethiopia)W089
Gabbert, WolfgangSocial upheavals and relative deprivation: the 'Great Awakening' in late 19th century Caribbean NicaraguaW022
Gaibazzi, PaoloStaying as a virtue: migration and the imagination of immobility in The GambiaW001
García Valencia, Enrique Hugo600 years of crisis: conquest and marketW095
Gaudette, PascalJembe hero: West African drummers and global mobilityW001
Geana, GheorghitaBurial as wedding: a creative ritual solution to an existential crisis W013
Geets, SiobhanTurkish immigrants in Vienna: a case studyW122
Geisenhainer, KatjaThe unfinished life and work of Marianne Schmidl (1890-1942)W105
Gellner, DavidActivists and civil society as mediating categoriesW007
Gergaud, SophieLakota land: imagining a new sustainable way of livingW069
Gerold, JanaCare and love: how does this go together?W102
Gerritsen, Roos'Cut the cutout culture!' Shifting urban landscape and the politics of spectacle in ChennaiW053
Gibert, Marie-PierreRe-enchanting Britain through a musical idealised multicultural past: 'Al Andalus' in the UKW074
Gibson, DianaThe use of pharmaceuticals and plant medicines for tuberculosis among the Ju/'hoansi San of NamibiaW091
Gingrich, AndreThe return of the indigenous: the 'autochtonous' and their 'homelands' in Central EuropeW115
Giordano, CristianaTranslating Fanon in the Italian context: rethinking the ethics of treatment in psychiatryW106
Giri, Ananta KumarCompassion and confrontation: new horizons of human development, social transformations and planetary realizationsIW005
Glauser, LauraExpert discourses on entrepreneurship in career servicesW107
Goddard, VictoriaSpaces of loss, spaces of hopeW016
Golden, JulietRe-telling urban heritage through Action AnthropologyW045
Goldsmith, MichaelAnthropology's audiences in Aotearoa and abroadW004
Gomes, SheleneIn His Majesty's land: the 'place' of Ethiopia in Rastafari worldviewW027
Gómez, EdgarEngagement and creative labour in new media practicesW068
Gonçalves da Silva, HelenCrisis and permutations of power in Southern Brazilian psychiatryW106
Gore, GeorgianaFlash mob dance: a transnational space for creative resistance or for the extension of consumer capitalism?W041
Götsch, BarbaraReflections on a "collective brain" at workIW007
Gołębniak, MarcinA memory in crisis? Biographical research on the institutional migration of Greek child-refugees to PolandW116
Graburn, NelsonFilm, video and TV as assimilation and resistance among the Canadian InuitW069
Graham, JaniceDiverse anthropologies dealing with fickle funders: cleaving 'health' from the funding priorities of the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council in CanadaW004
Grassiani, ErellaJuggling positions: between peace activism and studying soldiersW086
Grätz, Tilo Radio Stars in Benin (West Africa)W068
Gregoric Bon, NatasaFrom routes to roots: pilgrimage to Stavridi in Himarë/Himara of Southern AlbaniaW074
Gren, NinaEducating Gaza's children: a remedy to the crisis?W083
Gretarsdottir, TinnaDeath, crisis, rhetoricW013
Gretarsdottir, TinnaDeath on roadsW064
Grill, Jan'It's building up to something and it won't be nice when it erupts.' Contested modes of belonging in 'multicultural' and 'run-down' neighbourhood of Scottish cityW115
Grossi, AntonellaUn interespace de la mémoire: les sépultures des cimetières ParisiensW013
Grossman, AlanPromise and unrest: an affective economy of global care workW066
Grossman, AlanPromise and UnrestW104
Grossman, AlyssaLumina amintirii (In the Light of Memory)W104
Gruénais, Marc-EricAre anthropological data always useful for public health programs? The experience of case review audits for obstetrical care in Burkina FasoW026
Grønseth, Anne SigfridTamil refugees in low status 'dirty work': challenging identity and solidarityW081
Guarné, BlaiEast Asian imaginings of crisis: an introductory approachW061
Gudeman, StephenVis Vitae: the path not takenPlenary B
Guerrero, JoaquínThe recognition of disability: toward political programs in Spain since 1982W101
Guerrero, JoaquínSocio-cultural influence of immigration in informal caregiving at elderlyW102
Guillermet, ElisePoor vulnerable orphan versus priest, working girl and PresidentW093
Gusman, AlessandroPlaces and cult of the dead in Piedmont: what funerary culture for the future?W013
Hafsteinsson, SigurjonDeath, crisis, rhetoricW013
Hafsteinsson, SigurjonLocalizing the turf: museum politics and global changeW037
Hafsteinsson, SigurjonDeath on roadsW064
Haines, SophieReal roads and imaginary highways in southern Belize: freedom, fear and a potent proposalW064
Hajdakova, IvetaJokes and their relation to crisisIW005
Hakkarainen, MarinaPioneers of the field: women in Soviet Siberian studiesW105
Hall, OliviaStirring the pot in Poland: traditional plum jam and development in the Lower Vistula ValleyW039
Hallam, ElizabethImagining anatomy: making and using three-dimensional models of the human body W047
Halliburton, MurphyFrom cure back to care in biomedical psychiatry: lessons from psychiatric pluralism in South IndiaW106
Halse, JoachimEthnographies of the possibleW047
Hamilton, GarethSelling, yet still social: the continued importance of consociational personhood among eastern German entrepreneursW023
Hanks, MicheleAbsenting death and visualizing ghostsW013
Hansen, Camilla Experiences of disability and institutional care in rural South AfricaW101
Hansen, PaulHokkaido dairy farm: creation of a food safety and security crisisW061
Hardon, AnitaOn Buah Merah and Virgin coconut oil: an exploratory study of complementary medicine use among people living with HIV/AIDS in West JavaW072
Harmansah, RabiaMarginalizing the mainstream or vice versa? Ataturk in Alevi-Bektashi cosmologiesW005
Hartley, JulieLaw 220/2000: disability rights and the production of modernity in contemporary LebanonW101
Hartmann, Sarah JohannaTrust is a scarce resource: some reflections on fieldwork experiences in EgyptW044
Hary, Simone'Good foreigners': second generation German Koreans in Germany, Germanness, foreignness and the limits of integrationW059
Hastings, JulieA crisis in fieldwork: personal, ethical & methodological reflectionsW026
Hastrup, FridaProtecting the waterfront: environmental projects in coastal South IndiaW087
Hauge, BettinaThe significance of fresh airW047
Haukanes, HaldisPrecarious lives: narratives of hope and loss among different generations of CzechsW008
Haxaire, ClaudieAnthropology and setting up research on the education of families with risk of thromboembolism in a university hospitalW026
Hayakawa, TomokoThe art of caring and voluntary organisationsW102
Hedlund, AnnaAnthropology of sexual violence in war: political emotions, identity formations and making the private public for a purposeW048
Hegner, VictoriaThe power of the Goddess in the cityW014
Helbardt, SaschaFrom jungle to village: changing insurgent strategies of violence in Southern ThailandW110
Hendrickx, KimScientific imagination and magical ingredients: towards an anthropology of technofoodW010
Henfrey, ThomasCultivating community, gardening anthropology: permaculture, local food and engaged research.W019
Henig, DavidDream encounters in Muslim Bosnia: imagination, divination, revelation and malcontent modernitiesW088
Henriques Calado, VirgíniaIf health is not a state but a process, is the disease a chance to find a way?W055
Hervik, PeterThe perils of public anthropology? Debating the Muhammad cartoon issue in neo-nationalist ScandinaviaW077
Hofmann, SusanneSex workers in Tijuana: professional identities and liminality as strategy in a border cityW025
Hofs, CarolinaGod and the spread of roots: Griots in a contemporary worldW074
Hohman, KathrynNew Nepal? Encountering post-conflictW078
Holgersson Ivarsson, CarolinaWebs of security and waves of destructionW083
Honkasalo, Marja-LiisaClara Gallini: a career spanning six decades of Italian anthropologyW105
Horáková, HanaLocal identities and international tourism: hosts and guests relations in the Czech 'Dutch' villagesW112
Horolets, AnnaTourists' accounts of local dwellers' (im)mobilitiesW095
Horst, HeatherA brief theory of digital anthropologyIW003
Horst, HeatherYouth, Families and Participation in Networked Public CultureW068
Horstmann, AlexanderChristian Baptist utopian religiosity among Karen refugees in the Thailand-Burma borderlandW002
Howard, Penny McCallWorkplace cosmopolitanisation and 'the power and pain of class relations' at sea W115
Howe, CymenePortable analytics and traveling theoryW007
Huschke, SusannSome are more human than others? Humanitarian aid, human rights, and health care for undocumented migrants in GermanyW081
Huttunen, LauraRemembering in Bosnian diaspora: from individual grief to shared historyW081
Hyankova, TerezaFrom Algeria to the future: aspirations of Kabyle immigrants to the Czech RepublicW036
Ingold, TimCulture evolves? Not as you thinkIW007
Ionela Florina, IacobSwine flu representation in mass media conspiracy imaginaryW055
Irvine, RichardSpiritual individualism and the experience of prayerW034
Istasse, ManonUNESCO and the daily life of cultural heritage: the case of Fez (Morocco)W100
Ivanauskas, ViliusMaping the structural nostalgia among the former elite members of soviet Lithuania: search for truth, trust and routinesW113
Ivancheva, MariyaThe Revolution will not be jeopardized: hope and struggle on a revolutionary university W016
Jacobsen, Christine M'Gaza in Oslo': social imaginaries in the political engagement of Norwegian minority youthW012
Jaeger, Margret'Do we care?' Critical observations on 'culture sensible elderly care in Austria'W102
Jaffe, RivkeUrban naturalisms: class, race and space in Kingston, JamaicaW053
Jalabadze, NatiaThe custom of blood feud in Georgia: aggression and cultureW109
James, WendyLong-term perspectives vs. 'fieldwork under fire'?Plenary A
Janev, GoranEthnocratic reordering of public space in MacedoniaW084
Janiashvili, LavrentiTraditional legal practice in socialist times in GeorgiaW109
Jerman, HelenaHow people tell you what they want to tell you: belonging and cultural resources beyond the Finnish-Russian borderW052
Jespers, FransAstro TV in Holland: spirituality, power, and genderW014
Johansen, Mette-Louise E.Postcolonial perspectives on the welfare stateW022
Junghans, TrenholmeRepresenting possible futures: Organizational planning as the re-making of realityW060
Junqueira, JoanaA concern with the humanW052
Jurkiewicz, SarahBlogging as public diary, strategy of professionalization, and political tool: a case study of the Lebanese blogosphereW120
Kalb, DonIntroductionIW001
Kalir, BarakThe exotic immobile subjectW001
Kaliszewska, IwonaLegitimisation of religious law in local communities in DagestanW109
Kamm, ElkeWomen and honour in the Republic of GeorgiaW109
Kantsa, VenetiaExpertise in hope: assisted reproduction as investment for the futureW107
Kapusta, AnnaNuns from Rybno: new charismatic convent within the Polish CatholicismW032
Kapusta, Anna'To dive in Christ': a topography of religious experienceW034
Kapustina, EkaterinaKubachi and Harbuk: two destinies of traditional craftW095
Karaca, BanuBeyond banning: thinking about dynamics of censorship, delegitimization and foreclosure in Istanbul's contemporary artworldW043
Karatsioli, BarbaraThe nation: a category for peace or only for conflict?W078
Karl, SylviaShifting categories of victims and perpetrators in the politics of memory in MexicoW078
Kasi, EswarappaRole of the NGO in the development of Sugalis: a case study from a South Indian settlementW083
Kasmir, SharrynDispossession, disorganization and the anthropology of labourIW001
Katcherian, JeffFinding subsidiarity: reifying competence and shame in a time of crisisW011
Katona, ZsuzsaContesting space: framing a housing crisis in south Tel Aviv JaffaW017
Kaur, ManpreetPuppet in the city (Delhi): aesthetic and semiotic experiments in new spacesW119
Kaur, RaminderAtomic schizophreniaW046
Kavanagh, WilliamImagining the frontier: European state borders, globalizing migration theory and the lived worlds of migrantsW054
Keenan, MichaelYoung adults, religious authorities and sexuality: a multifaith discussionW034
Keisalo, MariannaThe chapayeka ritual clown as a mediator between worldsW041
Kempny, MartaMaterial worlds of Polish migrants in Belfast: displaced objects and negotiated identitiesW122
Keskula, EevaDefending the mines through changing political and economic regimes in EstoniaW125
Khabibullina, LiliaDesirable and undesirable objects in Russian children circulationW018
Khittel, StefanDystopia revisited: the paramilitaries' vision of society in ColombiaW110
Khosronejad, PedramVisual representations of crises after post-election periods in Iran: Facebook, Twitter, You TubeW049
Kilbourn, KyleA crafting of potentialsW047
Klenke, KarinThink local - act global: employing global heritage discourses for local endsW039
Klenke, Kerstin'But why don't you research interesting music?' Uzbek estrada and the aesthetics of affirmative popW020
Klien, HannaHindi films in Trinidad: imagining alternative female subject positions W066
Knibbe, KimMaking place: the changing role of the parish church in village life in the NetherlandsW032
Knorr, AlexanderModding's rewardsW068
Knudsen, StåleThe political ecology of a marine introduced speciesW075
Koch, InsaAspirational politics with the state? An example from the British working classIW005
Kockel, UllrichToposophy: towards an Irish ethnologyIW004
Koellner, TobiasRituals and commemoration: State-Church relationships and the politics of memory in contemporary RussiaW051
Koensler, AlexanderToxic identities? Negotiating Arab-Bedouin culture at the shadow of an Israeli chemical industry plantW025
Kofti, DimitraRenegotiations of changing production politics and 'crisis' through story telling in a Bulgarian factoryW113
Kohl, ChristophColonisers, crises, and Carnival: criticism and opposition in colonial Guinea-Bissau, West AfricaW022
Kohlmaier, SarahThe quest for the human self in times of religious syncretisms: about the redefinition of individuality and the liberation from ideological contraintsW034
Kolodziejska-Degorska, IwonaCoping strategies with swine flu in UkraineW055
Komáromi, Tünde 'Compromise goods' and negotiated religiosity among the Russian Orthodox todayW062
Komito, LeeMigration and virtual community 2.0IW003
Komut, BilgenThe printed media as a battlefield of the 1980 Turkish coup d'etatW043
Koné, Yaya'Coupé-Décalé' dance in Ivory Coast: body in time of crisisW041
Kopczynska, EwaWine histories: winemaking in western PolandW010
Kopf, SabrinaRoma and Sinti - The 'Other' within EuropeW011
Korpela, MariLiving happily ever after or ending up in another crises? Bohemian lifestyle migrants in Varanasi, IndiaW119
Kosmatopoulos, NikolasGuardians of the b/order of violence: peacemaking experts in LebanonW103
Krause, FranzManaging floods, managing people: a political ecology of watercourse regulation on the Kemi RiverW087
Kroopkin, Paul'Returning to roots' in post-Soviet RussiaW015
Krøijer, StineCatching a glimpse of the future: on the imaginative effects of direct actionIW005
Kubica-Heller, GrazynaPeripheral people at the centre of the discipline: Polish anthropologists at the beginning of the long twentieth centuryW082
Kubota, SachikoChanging anthropology: new trends among Japanese anthropologistsW004
Kucera, IreneKnow your enemy? Reflections on studying military presence in AfghanistanW086
Kürti, LászlóThe final frontier: anthropological aspects of media neo-colonialismsW082
Kuznecoviene, Jolanta(Re)construction of social memory for national identity politics:from heroic Middle Ages to HolocaustW067
Kynsilehto, Anitta'I would have never imagined travelling like this': journeys towards and across EuropeW054
La Rocca, FrancescoBetween Libya and Europe: migrants and Italian realpolitikW054
Ladwig, PatriceStatecraft and the politics of culture: Lao Buddhist political theology under late socialismW051
Lai, FrancoLa 'producion de localité' en SardaigneW039
Laine, AnnaPerformative formations: engendering art and anthropology in a Delhi galleryW077
Lalioti, Vassiliki'Performing cyborgs': beyond nature and culture in electronic music performances in AthensW120
Lamont, MarkThose who wait: late life lingerings and generational succession in KenyaW028
Langford, JeanWild protection: magical animals in stories of war and terrorW003
Lanzano, CristianoProtected areas, sacred groves: renegotiating forest resources around the Comoé-Léraba reserve (Burkina Faso)W075
Larsen, Birgitte Romme"A future for the children is what you wish the most": the impact of intergenerational dynamics and crises on refugees' senses of well-being and social inclusion in DenmarkW081
Laszczkowski, MateuszMaterializing the future: politics of the future and the construction of AstanaW016
Laterza, Vito'Bringing wood to life': lines, flows and materials in Swazi timber production and the environment as unbounded epistemic spaceIW007
Lauth Bacas, JuttaThe puzzle of Mediterranean transit migrationW054
Laviolette, PatrickThe accelerated flâneurW076
Leach, JamesAnthropological resources for design: concepts and tools, translations and engagementW047
Leandro, Maria AlexandraWe like to fight: performing and ordering conflict and violence within schoolW048
Lebedinsky, VivianaThe knowledge in the change of the conceptualization of 'the local': 'imaginative answers' in Italian industrial districtsW037
Lebner, AshleyFor a post-secular political, a post-secular social: from ethnography on Brazilian Marxism and the problem of friendshipW051
Leduc-Grimaldi, MathildeWhere does legality lie? Sub-Saharan migrants and trading fake fashion accessories in the Venetian international tourist marketW092
Lee, JulietSocial values and cultural imagination: approaches to tobacco prevention among Asian migrants and immigrantsW033
Leegwater, MargotEthics and the struggle to get data: experiences in RwandaW086
Leer, LarsSocial movements in Mexico and the making of rights W012
Lefkaditou, Theodora Capoeira: from an illegal and marginalized social practice to Brazilian immaterial cultural heritageW039
Leitner, BrigitteTurning points on the way to healthW072
Lemee, CaroleSocial practices of memory: communication and social creativityW067
Lenart, Severin'We are Swazis but South Africa is our place!' Neo-traditionalisation, culture and locality in a Swazi chiefdom in South Africa W037
Letizia, ChiaraConcepts of secularism in contemporary NepalW051
Leuchter, NoaCreating other options: negotiating Israeli nationality through imagined mobilityW035
Lewicki, PawelThe 'Big Bang' at the EU-Commission: stakes in the struggles in everyday life of civil servants in Brussels after the 'enlargement' 2004 and 2007W100
Lewis, SueMaking smoking history for our children? Imagined futures versus situated presents in the North East of EnglandW033
Lewis-Pardoe, ElizabethThe Ephrata Cloister: piety and power in PennsylvaniaW034
Leze, SamuelListening to French workers's suffering: how to pacify the crisis in labour managementW123
Lidauer, MichaelThe EU in the field: dynamics of election observationW100
Liebelt, ClaudiaThe 'Mama Mary' of the white city's black underside: reflections on a Filipina domestic workers' block rosary in Tel Aviv, IsraelW032
Lindh de Montoya, MonicaGlobalizing microfinance and crisis: international best practice meets local practice in BosniaW096
Lino e Silva, MoisesExploring indigeneity in a Brazilian favelaW027
Lins Ribeiro, GustavoIs an egalitarian global anthropology possible? The problem of hegemony and flowsW082
Lipman, PaulineActivist Anthropology linking research, social action, and social movements in ChicagoW045
Lipp, ThorolfPicturing intangible cultural heritage W066
Lipphardt, VeronikaHuman biological diversity in times of crisisIW006
Lockyer, JoshuaAnthropology, utopianism, and ecotopiaW019
Lofranco, Zaira TizianaRe-shaping the 'right to the house' across shifting political systems: legal measures and the experience of the displaced SarajevansW092
Löfving, StaffanDemocracy/violence: metamorphoses of Colombian state powerW103
Lorenzi, Elisabeth'Bike every day, celebrate it once a month.' Critical Mass, sustainable urban mobility, and the importance of social articulationsIW005
Lóring-Palacios, José-ManuelCartography is not but ethnocartography: the globalization idea in cartographyW066
Loum, ConstantineAIDS in Gulu Northern Uganda: ethnography of anti-retroviral therapy (ART) and health perceptions in managing HIV/AIDS in childrenW055
Lourenço, InêsGender and power: Brahma Kumaris spirituality and Hinduism in PortugalW014
Loussouarn, ClaireBeyond the morality of mobility: casino gambling among Chinese migrants in LondonW001
Low, SethaEngaged anthropology: its diversity and dilemmasW004
Lowenkron, Laura'All against paedophilia': representation, denunciation and sensitizing strategiesW048
Lozano-Méndez, ArturScenarios of crises and imaginative responses in "Eden of the East" animationW061
Lucas, RaymondArchitecture and anthropology: thresholds and crossings between disciplinesW047
Ludvigsen, BodilWho cares? Implications of the carrying state on the social relations of elderly DanesW102
Luning, SabineCrisis what crisis? Seeing Africa like a mining companyW075
Luse, AgitaNew ideologies versus old practices? The politics of being mentally ill in LatviaW123
Lyarskaya, ElenaPioneers of the field: women in Soviet Siberian studiesW105
Macdonald, CharlesCan anarchism be a critical point in the new anthropological imagination? W082
Machado-Borges, ThaïsFemale garbage scavengers in southeastern Brazil: exploring the interstices between materiality and invisibilityW118
Mader, ElkeMy name is Khan: crisis, media and imagination W068
Main, IzabellaHealth, illness and crisis from perspective of Polish female migrantsW081
Maleszka, MichalWar trauma memories and contemporary identities of Warmia-Masuria region (Poland)W067
Mangiameli, GaetanoThe habits of water: how trees became natural and crocodiles became harmlessIW007
Manke, DanielaThe handling of dementia in Germany: relatives between care for others and self careW102
Manuylov, AlexanderPractices and discourses of transmigrant community in the field of private entrepreneurship: case of Greeks from Tsalka in AdygheaW109
Mapril, José'Here we're poor, right?!' Crisis, life-course and migration between Portugal and BangladeshPlenary C
Marghescu, GeorgetaDo Istro-Romanian culture have a(ny) future? W065
Marino, SaraMan and technology: how technology affects socializationW120
Markkula, Johanna'Any port in a storm': responding to crisis in the world of shippingPlenary C
Marlog, VanessaComplexity and hybridity in moving pictures as a challenge for Visual AnthropologyW049
Martinez, DoloresMommie dearest: gender, J-horror films and their remakesW061
Martins, FilipeYouth and family in Cape Verde: practical relations beyond moral crisisW028
Martins, HumbertoShared environments: animals, humans, trees (and machines) in natural protected areas W075
Masse, CédricImagining a different kind of globalisation in Portugal: responses to crises from social movementsW012
Mateos Cortés, Laura SelenePracticing anthropology through intercultural and interdisciplinary mediation: a reflexive ethnography of an 'interculturalizing' higher education institution in MexicoW042
Matera, VincenzoImagined identities. the emergence of modern mimetic subjectivities in global imaginative horizonsW036
Mateus, ElsaSocial life of a biological therapyW055
Mathews, GordonA crisis of asylum: Hong Kong and elsewhereW061
Matosevic, AndreaIndustry forging masculinity: 'tough men', hard labor and aspects of class identityIW001
Mattalucci, ClaudiaFraming abortion as crisis: an ethnography of pro-life Catholic activism in Milan (Italy)W032
Mattes, DominikOf docile bodies and problematic persons: providing and living with antiretroviral medicines in urban TanzaniaW091
Matthews, AnneMixed messages? An examination of some cultural and socio-political concerns raised by international guidelines on infant feeding for women who are HIV positiveW056
Mattioli, FabioIf power is an image: Skopje 2014W084
Maurstad, AnitaCod ontologiesW038
Mazzullo, NuccioForest paths and roads as ways of perceiving the environment: the Sámi case in Finnish LaplandW064
McCaffery, NickUnwanted seductions: dealing with the wrong type of tourist at HopilandW069
McCarthy, EliseNegotiating competition and cooperation in the Irish corporate responsibility movementW096
McDonald, EdwardThe Ethnographical Survey of Ireland and imperial science: an invisible genealogy in the history of anthropology & Irish ethnographyIW004
McLaughlin, JaniceA crisis in the genes? Children and young people's responses to processes of medical labelling through paediatric geneticsW093
McLean, StuartTo Hel and back: transversality and difference in accounts of otherworld journeysW003
McLoughlin, Ruth States of awareness: adult survivors of child abuse in Ireland's industrial school systemW052
Meier zu Biesen, CarolineThe social life of a medicine: "Artemisia annua" - the transformation of a Chinese plant to a global pharmaceuticalW091
Meinert, LotteStill studying the situation: young Ugandans figuring the futureW060
Melchior, IngeThe interaction between private and public memories in EstoniaW067
Mescoli, ElsaQt'a al-bhar bach toulli rajl (Crossing the sea to become a man): imagined trips of aspiring migrants from Morocco to ItalyW036
Mets, TriinuHouse of dreams: imagining medieval masculinity at a living history site in crises-time LatviaW088
Michelutti, Lucia'Post-secular socialism'? Religion and identity politics in Hugo Chavez's revolutionary VenezuelaW051
Micollier, EvelyneAt the margins of paradigms in medicines: treatments and research in chronic diseases in China todayW072
Middelthon, Anne-LiseGeneration of knowledge: a communal achievementW052
Mihailova, PaulinaQuality assurance: a mechanism for generating trust in HE on a global knowledge marketW096
Miklavcic, AlessandraCrisis and imagination in Indian psychiatry: practicing 'domestic' care at a First Episode Psychosis clinic in South IndiaW106
Miles-Watson, JonathanWorshipping with ghosts: historical presence in the contemporary landscapes of Shimla's churchesW119
Milgram, B. LynneMobilizing urban margins and livelihoods: resituating street vending and legality in the northern PhilippinesW053
Milicia, Maria Teresa'La Difesa della Razza': the imaginary invention of the Italian EmpireW022
Miller, DanielA brief theory of digital anthropologyIW003
Miller, Kara E.Reading the Landscape: Public Art as Dialogue in a Reforming New OrleansW017
Miquel, AlejandroEthnicity versus citizenship? An approach from a tourist economy, Mallorca (Spain)W115
Mock, JohnDepopulation and aging: a crisis in stasis in rural JapanW061
Moeran, BrianAnchorage, relay and flowW007
Moes, JeroenCompeting discourses on Europe: the divided case of EstoniaW011
Mollona, MassimilianoThe financial crisis: a view from a Brazilian barrioIW001
Monteiro, BrunoSense of class: carnality and location in working class experienceW048
Montoya, AinhoaThe cloak of democracy: unintelligible violence and the shadow state in post-war El SalvadorW103
Montoya, MiguelReconstructing the nation: Venezuela's twenty-first century socialism and the creation of 'The Greatest Amount of Happiness for All'W117
Moore, RolandSocial values and cultural imagination: approaches to tobacco prevention among Asian migrants and immigrantsW033
Morales, IsabelSocio-cultural influence of immigration in informal caregiving at elderlyW102
Moreau, DelphineImagination through ordinary crisis - The protection of the Nantez' spending spreeW106
Morel Journel, ChristelleFrom industrial to post-industrial city: imaginary conflicts in Firminy (France)W050
Morell, Marc'The sun in the neighbourhood is only for those who can pay for it': fleshing out the residential dimension of class in Ciutat de MallorcaW053
Morosanu, Roxana"We will have our own SOHO": reconversion and the construction of the 'exotic' in central BucharestW050
Moser, SebastianThe bottle-collectors: outlining a new urban phenomenon in German citiesW053
Moss, LennyOn human biology, natural detachment and socio-cultural compensationIW007
Müller, DominikSocial problems, perceptions of disorder and the struggle for a 'full implementation' of Islamic Law and Order by the Youth Wing of the Islamic Party of Malaysia (Dewan Pemuda PAS)W046
Munda, Satya NarayanA Munda village, Gabherya, Jharkhand, India: a study in anthropology of the right to health, issues of citizenship, power, and governanceW119
Murer, JeffreyDefensive fantasies: discursive enactments of exclusion and identity in imagining EuropeW011
Murphy, DavidAt the heart of Europe: the limits of expression in far-right music scenesW015
Murphy, FionaReaching into Pandora’s Box: the place of hope in the space of traumaW016
Mursic, RajkoMore ethnography! Will miraculous mantra help in the times of global crisis? Critical assessment of the anthropological orthodoxyW082
Mutti, ValentinaComing of age in postcolonial island: school children and imaginative worlds in contemporary political crisis of MadagascarW093
Mycock, AmyCultivating community, gardening anthropology: permaculture, local food and engaged research.W019
Nakhshina, MariaLifestyle migration on the White Sea coast in north-western Russia: divergent views on rural lifeW116
Narotzky, SusanaClass revisited: social analysis, the organic intellectual and the production of classIW001
Nashif, EsmailReading the Palestinian Islamic novelW002
Nekorjak, MichalSpatial and social exclusion of Czech Roma: deprived urban localities and segmentation of local educational marketsW099
Nell, CorneliaFood, movement and change in a remote Andean community in BoliviaW010
Neri, GiovannaState food or status food? Notes on food and imagination policies in Ciudad de la Habana (Cuba)W010
Neveling, PatrickSome remarks on the scalar structurations of capitalism and the anthropology of the twentieth century global systemW035
Neyzi, LeylaPostmemories of 1915: how Turks, Kurds and Armenians in Turkey narrate past traumaW067
Nic Craith, MáiréadIntercultural memoirs and Irish anthropology IW004
Niculae, SimonaReframing forests and identities in a Transylvanian villageW075
Niedźwiedź, Anna'Popular Catholicism' in Ghanaian contextsW032
Nielsen, HenrikNatural resource extraction, CSR and human rights in West AfricaW125
Nielsen, MortenAntithesis without thesis: virtuality and its negation in Maputo, Mozambique W003
Nieswand, BorisYouth Welfare Practices, Ethnicity and the Pragmatics of Inclusion. W059
Nilsson, JohanNew Drinkers, New PlacesIW004
Norbye, Anne-Katrine B.Innovative traditions in new marketsW096
Noret, JoelFamily dynamics and funerals in southern BeninW028
Norman, KarinPrishtina places: shifting experiences of the cityW084
Nowicka, EwaRoma/Gypsy tradition: a sociocultural capital or a burden?W099
Nugent, StephenReflections on the spirit level: anthropology and the eating classIW001
Nustad, Knut GImagining fish and rivers in Aurland, NorwayW038
Nyqvist, AnettePractices of a role model in the nexus of statecraft and market-makingW096
O'Byrne, RyanEmpowering study for refugee background studentsW045
O'Kane, DavidLand reform, civil society and the state in Eritrea and elsewhereW090
O'Rourke, DianeEmpowering study for refugee background studentsW045
Oakley, RobinThe peculiar anthropological imagination and the Heroic PoetsW076
Ochs, LionelLooking at anthropologyW042
Ohm, BrittaThe absence of the investigated and the presence of the spectacular state on commercial Turkish televisionW043
Oldenburg, SilkeAnalyzing conflict: juvenile lifeworlds in Goma, DR CongoW093
Olesen, Bodil'Passing through the gate as one': a house and its people in Bamako, MaliW028
Oloyede, Olajide OloyedeThe making of an African medicine: SutherlandiaW091
Olwig, Mette FogAcquiring 'social resilience' through global and local organizations in the face of flooding in Northern GhanaW083
Onneweer, MaartenThe elusive resources of Kitui, postscripts of a colonial crisis W075
Onnis, StefanoDoes the present disability discourse and politics produce the social stigma? Analizing a paradox, through an ethnographic fieldwork in Rome, ItalyW101
Oomen, JanusThe medical examiner and the asylum seekerW081
Oosterbaan, MartijnUndocumented Christian place-making in the post-industrial European cityW053
Orlic, OlgaRe-creating sense of belonging to community through cultural practices: example of Lumbarda´s CarnivalW037
Orr, DavidCompeting imaginations in the care of mental illness: locating the limits of psychiatry in Cuzco, PeruW106
Orviska, LuciaUnderstanding the circulation of trust and mistrust in the finance world (and imagining the alternatives to prevent the crisis?)W096
Osorio, FranciscoMobile rewards: a critical review of the Mobiles for Development (M4D) literatureW068
Otto, MargretConcepts of peace in a post-conflict period, Sudan 2009W078
Ouattara, Fatoumata Are anthropological data always useful for public health programs? The experience of case review audits for obstetrical care in Burkina FasoW026
Oustinova-Stjepanovic, GalinaIncomplete mystics: religious failure among Roma Muslims in urban MacedoniaW005
Padron Hernandez, MariaCreating difference in Cuba's dual economyW096
Page, Sarah-JaneYoung adults, religious authorities and sexuality: a multifaith discussionW034
Pálsson, GísliEnsembles of biosocial relations and the study of humansIW007
Palutan, GiovannaCrisis and imagination: the power of narrative momentsW011
Panella, CristianaThe creation of Illegality and the rhetoric of cultural heritage: the illicit trade of 'Djenne Terracottas' in Mali, West AfricaW092
Papa, CristinaCommodification of traditional knowledge, local subjectivities, and changing social networks: evidence from rural peripheries in EuropeW095
Papadaniel, YannisEnjoying the death of the others? Some anthropological reflections around the volunteer work with dying patientsW013
Pardo, ItaloDangerous governance: second class citizens and the progressive jeopardy to public health in south ItalyW070
Parisi, RosaThe policies of citizenship as social exclusion W059
Park, Hyun-GwiRooted in movement: on the conceptual displacements in the study of diasporas and migrantsW001
Park, Sung-Joon'Free treatment': drug shortages, total planning, and therapeutic markets in mass HIV/AIDS treatment programs in UgandaW091
Parke, ElizabethNing Ying's cinematic handscrolls and roads of BeijingW064
Pasieka, Agnieszka'But please, don't write what we told you': priestly characters in a Polish rural communityW034
Patriarca, MadalenaReimagine the 'human' in medicine: 'crisis rhetoric' and the social and political transformation of contemporary psychiatric careW106
Pedersen, Marianne HolmMaking place in Copenhagen: local lives and ritual performances among Iraqi refugeesW037
Peleikis, AnjaPlaygrounds of history, shrines of memory: guided tours as performances of citizenship in memorial museumsW071
Pelican, MichaelaInternational migration - virtue or vice? Different perspectives from CameroonW001
Pellegrini, PatriciaWhat about fish feelings? An inquiry about how fish farmers and researchers approach fish welfare W038
Penitsch, RegineThe 'Arabs versus African' dichotomy in the Darfur conflictW078
Peperkamp, EstherLeisure and locality in the lives of Polish labour migrants to the NetherlandsW037
Peralta, ElsaRemembering and forgetting the empire: addressing trauma through arts and literatureW067
Pereira, CláudiaMarketing the colonial past: Gaudde dances in Goan tourismW022
Perkins, ClareThe husbandry of technology: ethnographically understanding changing agricultural engagements by UK farm familiesW112
Pernarcic, RadharaniEmerging awareness: the relation and intertwinement between imagination-of-bridging and the imagination-of-becomingW088
Pernes, RalucaThe reinvention of tradition: negotiating land law in periurban GhanaW092
Pero, DavideRace, class and nation in contemporary 'progressive' politicsW059
Perzanowski, AndrzejMissing communityW037
Peters, RebeccaThe meanings of mobilities: claims to authoritative knowledge of the local and the global in the Angolan development experienceW001
Peterson, Mark AllenDiscussion paper: media rewards - some preliminary reflectionsW068
Petridou, EliaDressing the body for a close embrace: movement, authenticity and shoes in Argentine tangoW041
Petrovici, NorbertConsuming the City: Centrality and Class in a Eastern European CityW017
Phillimore, PeterAnthropology and the problem of comparison: shaping public health policy in four Mediterranean countriesW026
Phillips, LeonoreLaw, labor and privilege: the nature of German labour immigration in the last decadeW115
Phocas, FlorenceWhat about fish feelings? An inquiry about how fish farmers and researchers approach fish welfare W038
Picard, DavidUncanny StrangersW104
Picard, David'Being a Model for the World': Performing Creoleness in La ReunionW116
Piella-Vila, AnnaChildlessness, kinship and elderly peopleW102
Pietilä, TuulikkiThe politics of embodied aesthetics: Kwaito and house music in South AfricaW020
Pina-Cabral, JoaoThe personal name as a category of comparisonW007
Pine, FrancesSpaces of loss, spaces of hopeW016
Pink, SarahContested rewards: the rewards of ethnographic media practiceW068
Pinxten, RikCosmopolitanism in EuropeW117
Plainer, ZsuzsaWhat to give in return? - handling suspicion in a Roma community from RomaniaW044
Planchou, CelineBringing back the children: Native American communities and child welfare since the 1970sW069
Plinska, WeronikaCultural creativity as an interaction between 'centre' and 'periphery' in PolandW015
Podjed, DanFrom zero to hero: the power of online social networksW120
Polczyk, PatrycjaAspects of disabilityW101
Pons, ChristophePrestige and transgression: intimacy with Jesus and social religious changes in the Faroe IslandsW063
Postill, JohnMobile rewards: a critical review of the Mobiles for Development (M4D) literatureW068
Potkonjak, SanjaAutoethnography, folklore and national emancipation: 'the temptation of experience' in the work of Kata JajnčerovaW105
Pottier, JohanCosmopolitan and authentic? The emergence of a Bangladeshi cuisine in London's East EndW018
Povedák, IstvánFrom Virgin Mary as Patroness of Hungary to the Goddess of HungariansW034
Povedák, KingaFrom rock concerts to liturgy: the role of contemporary Christian music in Catholic communitiesW032
Powell, Mark'You can't jump from yesterday to tomorrow without going through today': contested notions of essence and identity in the Eastern CaribbeanW027
Poźniak, AgnieszkaNuns from Rybno: new charismatic convent within the Polish CatholicismW032
Poźniak, Agnieszka'To dive in Christ': a topography of religious experienceW034
Pozniak, KingaMemories and generation in 'model socialist town'W008
Praet, Istvan'Humanity' among the Chachi and other so-called indigenous people: reviewing core concepts of anthropology and biologyIW007
Pranaitytė-Wergin, LinaThe triumph of death? The living and the dead among Lithuanian rural CatholicsW013
Prato, Giuliana B.When the state fails: mobilization of social networks, systems of exchange and access to health care in AlbaniaW070
Procter, AndreaOur homeland, our assets: Inuit rights, governance, and mining in Nunatsiavut, CanadaW125
Pusceddu, Antonio MariaLagging behind: the quest for 'development' in highland Epirus (Greece)W112
Quilet, EdwigeWhat about fish feelings? An inquiry about how fish farmers and researchers approach fish welfare W038
Ramirez-Goicoechea, EugeniaLife in the making: epigenesis, biocultural environments and human becomings IW007
Ramos, Max Ruben'The broken spirit': suffering and emotions in evangelic liturgical servicesW002
Rancew-Sikora, DorotaPolish sea imagination and practicesW087
Ranta-Owusu, Eija MariaIntroducing Suma Qamaña: the contested construction of indigenous knowledge in Bolivia's state transformation W012
Rastas, AnnaFrom descriptions of minorities to writing our (future) history togetherW052
Raubisko, IevaViolence, morality and state in a zone of counter-terrorismW103
Rausch, ChristophNostalgias of peace and development: global actors in the heritage valorization of modern architecture in Asmara, EritreaW100
Read, UrsulaMadness, medication and miracles: family, state and community approaches to the control and cure of people with severe mental illness in rural GhanaW106
Recalde, AranzazuFrom 'illegal' aliens to 'legal' nationals of the MERCOSUR in Argentina Recent experiences of Peruvians, Paraguayans and Bolivians in La Plata cityW092
Redeker-Hepner, TriciaThe grammar of intolerance: the cultural politics of human rights in transnational EritreaW090
Reeves, MadeleineResidence regimes and the illegalisation of migrant labour in urban RussiaW092
Regnier, DenisDescent, tombs and avoidance of marriage with slave descendants in Southern Betsileo, MadagascarW028
Rêgo, XimeneThe street, the square and the stairway: informal ways to manage the differenceW053
Remtilla, AliaaHome alone: keeping home the same in wake of the migration of othersW001
Renkin, HadleyCaging difference: Budapest pride and the re-bordering of belongingW017
Repic, JakaDeath or exile: social memory and narratives of political exile in Slovenian diaspora in ArgentinaW067
Reuter, ThomasDoing anthropology in Indonesia under Suharto and beyond: a critical reflection on the impact of state repression and development agendas on the production of anthropological knowledgeW004
Rey, PascalThe wiseman and the governmentW075
Rey Vasquez, CarlaEmpowering study for refugee background studentsW045
Rezacova, Vendula'Contraceptives are killing us through the women': Interrogating difference in local constructions of the AIDS pandemic in South AfricaIW006
Rice, JamesMedicine, bureaucracy and culture: the construction of disability and disability pensioners in IcelandW101
Richards, PaulWar as rite: anthropological theory and its applicationPlenary A
Richardson, TanyaReturning Sasyk to the sea: the politics of water and the unmaking of Soviet modernity in Southern UkraineW087
Richters, AnnemiekResolutions of war-generated crises through the mediation of sociotherapy: The travelling of the therapeutic community model from England to RwandaW106
Rickard, JoshuaTelling our stories: representations of political violence in Palestine as constructs for community cohesionW048
Riggan, JenniferThe intimate state: Eritrean teachers navigating the carceral nationW090
Rikou, ElpidaCreating contexts, hosting encounters: a proposition from visual arts for reframing the art of anthropologyW052
Rimoldi, LucaRemembering Pirelli-Bicocca: memories and dreams of the 'Autunno Caldo'W008
Ringel, FelixDifferences in temporal reasoning: the future of the past, moral education and generational clashes in an East German townW008
Robinson, Jude'They used to save me twos and that, but they never gave us fags': morality and access to cigarettes among adolescents in the Midlands, UKW033
Rodeghiero, LuciaThe choice of the terrain: problems, dilemmas and resources of being an 'halfy'W006
Roig, ToniEngagement and creative labour in new media practicesW068
Roitman, SoniaWalls, fences and barriers: urban social inequalities and lack of integrationW053
Romanek, DevorahConstructed, commemorated and contested narratives and histories: the modern museum and digital accessW071
Ronsbo, HenrikThe ethics of teamsW086
Roque, Ricardo'The heads of our heroes': colonial crisis and the collecting of human remainsW022
Rosales, Marta"Out of water?" Material culture, migration and the positioning strategies of a group of adolescents in a neighbourhood of LisbonW122
Rossmanith, NadjaThe Girl Guide Association of Cyprus: girl's and women's perceptions and resulting actions of the Cypriot conflict and other crisesW093
Roth, ClaudiaChanges in reciprocity practices between generations: the case of urban Burkina FasoW028
Roussou, EugeniaSpirituality within religion: gendered responses to a Greek spiritual revolutionW014
Rubbers, BenjaminHow to remain a 'father' in times of privation? Respect and reciprocity in the families of Gécamines workers, D.R. CongoW028
Rubel, Sasha(Re:)Image-ining possession: digital media and the crisis of ritual frameworksW003
Runnel, Pille'Generation C'? The internet usage practices among the young peopleW068
Russell, AndrewMaking smoking history for our children? Imagined futures versus situated presents in the North East of EnglandW033
Russo, ConcettaCaring citizenship. imagination, politics, and irony in a psychiatric mental health community (Havana, Cuba)W106
Rutert, BrittaBioprospecting in South Africa: new hopes, old troublesW121
Rycroft, DanielAnthropology as satyagraha (truth force): Elwin in pre-independence IndiaW082
Rytter, MikkelPakistani diaspora and the quest for wellbeingW081
Sagli, GryPoverty, disability and access to health and rehabilitation services in the People's Republic of ChinaW101
Saiz-Lopez, Amelia"Crisis, what crisis?" Chinese life inside the diasporaW061
Saka, ErkanThe EU process assemblage and senior Turkish journalistsW043
Salnikova, NataljaIntangible heritage between maintenance and profitW039
Salome, GiovannaIn search of sense: the social construction of a catastrophe in MartiniqueW098
Salverda, TijoElite power: in defenceW079
Samson, JudithThe hippie pilgrimage to the Black Madonna of CzestochowaW032
Samuels, AnnemarieAfter the tsunami: making sense of the past, the present and the future in Banda Aceh, IndonesiaW016
San Cornelio, GemmaEngagement and creative labour in new media practicesW068
Sanz Abad, JesúsBetween 'honouring' and 'making things': the social meaning of remittances sent by Ecuadorian migration in SpainW018
Sarabando, AndreiaImagining the nation in the New Zealand Centennial Exhibition W039
Sarcinelli, Alice SophieChildren's voices, expression and silence: approaching Roma's transformations in Italy from children standpointW093
Sarradon-Eck, AlineThe care-providers at the margins of the conventional medicineW072
Savage, RebeccaTowards the Ethnography of Filmic Space: Engaging with the Trans-national Imaginary of a Mexican Migrant Community Through Event Video W049
Schäuble, MichaelaAnimating dreams and memoriesW088
Schirripa, PinoMarket of health in time of crises: biomedical drugs, traditional remedies and plural medical system in Mekelle, EthiopiaIW006
Schmidt, DonatellaCrisis and imagination: the power of narrative momentsW011
Schneidermann, NannaBack to the future: representing town and village in popular music culture in Gulu, Northern UgandaW060
Schubert, Violeta‘You need people, everyone needs people’: resilience, resourcefulness and the ‘struggle for life’ in Macedonia IW005
Schueler, SebastianTransnational prayer chains: the religious self between nation, narration, and imaginationW063
Schulte-Tenckhoff, IsabelleAlevism, religious tolerance and minority rights - with special reference to SwitzerlandW005
Schultz, UlrikeGoing "Home" or Staying "Home": Southern Sudanese Migrants in Khartoum after the CPA W036
Schwell, AlexandraFortress Austria: why the Army still guards a Schengen internal borderW111
Schwinghammer, AlexanderImagination through disturbance? A story about web-emergent communitiesW049
Seabra Lopes, DanielMetamorphoses of credit productsW096
Sedlenieks, KlavsSurviving permanent rapid change: Montenegrin culture of changeW046
Seidel, KatjaThe concept of genocide: international definition and local applicability in the fight for justicePlenary C
Sekerdej, KingaThe good innocent nation facing the civilization of death: interpreting pro-life movement in contemporary PolandW016
Serov, SergeyRespondents' mistrust as an additional source of information at studying social and cultural adaptation of the African migrants in MoscowW044
Shore, CrisHow do international organisations socialise their members? Anthropology, the EU and the Europeanisation of European elites W100
Sieveking, NadineConstructing African performative arts as a new resource for development and transformationW029
Sikic-Micanovic, LynetteExperiences of crisis among homeless people in CroatiaW113
Silva, LuísTourism promotion and social stratification in rural areas: the case of two 'Historic Villages of Portugal'W112
Simon Tarmo, VendelinThe art of care giving and receiving between grandparents and grandchildren in Rufiji, TanzaniaW102
Simoni, ValerioGlobalising relational idioms and the trials of inequality: Friendships in touristic CubaW035
Siniscalchi, ValeriaGood, clean and fair: the Slow Food movement and the moral economy of foodW092
Sjölander-Lindqvist, AnnelieThe paradox of environmental protection: denaturalizing the Scandinavian wolf through enhancement practicesW075
Skalník, PetrThe state and the anthropologies of the stateW082
Skarbo, Kristine"Mother Earth nourishes us": the development of an alternative farmer's market in Cotacachi, Ecuador W019
Skinner, JonathanDancing with informants: the participant observer versus the observing participantW045
Sliwinski, AliciaWhat's lucky about a disaster? On gifts, chance and envyW098
Smart, AlanImagining crisis: the social construction of sequence in series of crisesW046
Smith, Gina GertrudBeing Senegalese, Sufi, Black, and FrenchW005
Smith, KatherineAnxieties of Englishness and participation in democracyW115
Sokołowski, Łukasz LeszekWaiting for exhale in front of the TV screen: few words about social tactics of soap opera audienceW120
Somda, DominiqueA landscape made of suspicions: the memory of the slavery in Anôsy (South of Madagascar)W067
Song, HoonThe name of the betweenW007
Souralová, AdélaSpatial and social exclusion of Czech Roma: deprived urban localities and segmentation of local educational marketsW099
Soysal, LeventIntroduction: how to understand the world city?W084
Speier, AmyAmerican reproductive tourists in the Czech Republic: seeking lower costs and anonymityW024
Speirs, JenniferBeing eradicated: anonymous semen donors and their imagined childrenW074
Spiegel, Andrew 'Mugsy'Public challenges to anthropology in 21st century South Africa: collaborative approaches, class distinctions and 'progressive' forces W004
Spyrou, SpyrosViewing the political through tradition and prophesy: Greek Cypriot children's imaginative responses to political crisisW093
Stacul, JaroSelling freedom in post-socialist PolandW039
Stadler, KatharinaCaucasian heartbeats: examining rhythm holisticallyW020
Stahlmann, FriederikeLegitimacy as an indicator of peace?W078
Stan, SabinaCorruption, class formation and the anthropology of neoliberalismIW001
Steffen, VibekeConsultation with spirits - constructions of crisis and the problem of meaningIW006
Stock, InkaBringing up children in transit: the life of African migrant women with their children in MoroccoW054
Stoichita, Victor A.Technologies of musical enchantment: understanding 'manele' in neo-liberal RomaniaW020
Stoiciu, GabrielVirtual space and the diversification of student protest formsW012
Stolnicu, Maria AngelaImagining locality: posted workers, immigrants for one yearW116
Straczuk, JustynaIn search of the heart of Europe: on the new eastern borders of EUW011
Strating, AlexEthics in conflict in- and outside academia: professional anthropologists versus anthropological professionalsW086
Streissler, AnnaMulticultural education in times of crisis, an intervention project in AustriaW093
Subremon, HeleneElectrical failure at home: living beyond chaos. W019
Sujoldžić, AnitaThe politics of CarnivalW015
Sumiala, JohannaGlobalized fears: circulating imaginaries of violence on YouTubeW066
Sunier, ThijlStyles of religious leadership among Muslims in EuropeW051
Susser, IdaThe state and the framing of the anthropology of AIDSW082
Suter Reich, VirginiaAlevis and the dilemma of the ban of minarets in SwitzerlandW005
Sutiniene, Irena(Re)construction of social memory for national identity politics:from heroic Middle Ages to HolocaustW067
Svolkinas, LinasThe structure of informal authority in Danish alternative community ChristianiaW079
Sykes, KarenThe 'state' of anthropology in Papua New GuineaW082
Szabó, Árpád TöhötömWhere are the tourists? Shifting production, changing localities in a Szekler villageW112
Szawarska, DorotaGlobal crisis across time and space: the case of elderly Sakhalin Korean repatriates in South KoreaW061
Szymanska-Matusiewicz, GrazynaGender and family in contemporary Hanoi - the dusk of patrilinearity? W089
Tantchou, Josiane'Taking the floor' through internet: case study analysis from MoroccoW120
Tapaninen, Anna-MariaBlood ties and relatedness: family reunification in Finland through DNA testingW111
Tarabusi, FedericaCivil society in Bosnia Herzegovina: between imagination and practicesW083
Tassan, ManuelaA new semantics of nature: the extractive reserve as strategic powerW075
Tassi, NicoThe Return of the Gods: perceptions of Bolivian socialist state among indigenous highlandersW051
Teisenhoffer, ViolaThe power of submission: personal growth and the issue of power among Umbanda practitioners in ParisW014
Tellez, VirtudesWorking on stigmatized people: negotiating suspicion and mistrustW052
Tenhunen, SirpaCulture, conflict and translocal communication: mobile technology and politics in rural West Bengal, IndiaIW003
Thedvall, RenitaOrganising for 'fair' markets: the case of the Fairtrade Labelling Organisation InternationalW096
Thiessen, IlkaCanada's multiculturalism and its health implications for Indigenous Peoples: the case of British ColumbiaW070
Thorkelson, EliStubbornness and utopian politics in contemporary French universitiesIW005
Thorner, SabraIndigenizing digital technologies, imagining cultural futures: Ara Irititja reshapes new media in contemporary AustraliaIW003
Throop, JasonEthical modalities of being and humans rights discourse in Yap, FSMW035
Thubauville, SophiaThe one who walks is a cow, the one who sits is a bull: identities of women in a patrilinear society in southern EthiopiaW089
Tikka, MinttuGlobalized fears: circulating imaginaries of violence on YouTubeW066
Tocheva, DetelinaThe economic crisis as a source of religious identity in contemporary Russian OrthodoxyW062
Toledo, AnaBiological citizenship, medicalization and other forms of care: the case of Spanish coeliac associationsW070
Tornatore, Jean-LouisLe territoire des friches: art, culture et localitéW050
Trigano, SandraL'imaginaire urbain stéphanois au travers de la création artistique localeW050
Trnka, SusannaEurope, the world and the Czechs: place, time and belonging in contemporary accounts of the Velvet RevolutionW008
Trulsson, AsaCultivating the sacred: gender, power and ritualisation in women's-only spacesW014
Truninger, MonicaCooking with Bimby and the workings of creativity: a visual ethnography of a demonstrationW010
Tucek, GerhardTransfer of historical oriental-music-therapy-perspectives into modern clinical understanding in AustriaW041
Tucker, Hazel(Re)Constructing Cappadocia? Museum mediated memories and the interpretations of the shared past within the World Heritage Site of Göreme W071
Turcot DiFruscia, KimThe cunning of communication: human resources management, the flexible self and the invention of 'work rage'W123
Uimonen, PaulaDigital dramas, online liminality and the state of creolization in TanzaniaIW003
Üllen, SandaImagining Bosnia between past and future: memories, home and belonging in a post-conflict societyW008
Umbres, Radu GabrielBuilding on trust: open-ended contracts and the creation of sociality in the time of neoliberalismW023
Unnithan, MayaInfertility and ARTs in a globalising India: medicalisation, ethics, agencyW024
Usacheva, VeronicaEurope and Russia: common values and uncertain futureW011
Uusihakala, Katja'Rhodesian altars': remembering and remaking home in an ex-Rhodesian diaspora communityW018
Vacchiano, FrancescoChildren on the wave: minors, migration, and the new European 'southern frontier'W054
Vailati, AlexNegotiating social change: visual anthropology and educationW049
Vaisman, NoaShedding our selves: ontologies, DNA and becoming a subject IW007
Valdebenito, CarolinaHow religious aspects influence the Jewish disability's conceptualizationW101
Valenta, MarkhaA moving sight: lining up for Mumbai's Siddhivinayak templeW119
van der Horst, HiljeMaterialities of longing and loss: cherished items in the homes of Turkish-Dutch householdsW122
van Ede, YolandaScreening Japanese Virtues through flamenco: gender and the domestication of a global danceW041
van Wyk, BrianRecreational use of ARVs: imagination or crisis?W091
Vaqué, ValentinRebuilding indentity in former heavy industrial cities: comparison between Bilbao, Nowa Huta and the Black CountryW118
Vardaki, EliaIs the historic centre of Athens in a state of exception?W103
Vargas, CristinaPlaces and cult of the dead in Piedmont: what funerary culture for the future?W013
Vasantkumar, ChristopherThe 'routes of the nation': intersecting trajectories and imaginings of Tibetan migration in northwest China and north IndiaW001
Vasile, MonicaHope stronger than anguish: timber traders imagining the future in times of crisis IW005
Vasquez, PaulaThe physical embodiment of political protest in VenezuelaW048
Vasquez del Aguila, ErnestoPishtacos: fat-stealing murderers and structural Inequalities among rural and low income migrants in PeruW081
Velea, RamonaEcotourism or culture for sale: constructing the 'European indigenous people'W095
Velpry, LiviaFrom the asylum to the secteur and beyond: the rhetoric of the 'psychiatric crisis' in FranceW106
Venkatesan, SoumhyaDifference and repetition in Hindu worshipW003
Vereni, PietroDiversly globalized Rome: criticizing the global city theory through a visual representation of the cultural dimensions of globalizationW066
Vespeira de Almeida, SóniaThe anthropologist as suspect - when the past isn't such a foreign countryW044
Veteto, JamesGardening for Paradise at Mountain Gardens, Katuah Bioregion, USAW019
Vidra, ZsuzsannaThe altering meanings of 'Gypsy-ness' and the changing regimes of otheringW059
Viegas, SusanaTerritorial belonging: historicizing intermediation in ethnographies of indigenous land claims (Brazil)W007
Vietti, FrancescoEURO-STIL: the story of a Moldovan transnational familyW113
Vigh, HenrikPrecarious prospectsW060
Villanucci, AlessiaMekelle as a 'market of therapies': healers dealing with social and political transformationsW121
Vinodrai, ArjunClara Gallini: a career spanning six decades of Italian anthropologyW105
Vium, ChristianAftout Essahili - ethnographic investigations into large-scale urban water provision in Nouakchott, MauritaniaW087
Vivod, MariaHeroes of yesterday, war criminals of today: the Serbian paramilitary units fifteen years after the armed conflict of former YugoslaviaW110
Voell, StephaneTraditional law in Kvemo Kartli and the reaction of the stateW109
Vohnsen, Nina HolmThe abduction of Danish labour market policy: on the interdependency of knowing and acting; what pragmatism teaches us about the validity of our beliefsW047
Vomastkova, KlaraSpatial and social exclusion of Czech Roma: deprived urban localities and segmentation of local educational marketsW099
Vucinic-Neskovic, VesnaWhen actors become (the) public: two cases of doing anthropology across the new state borders in Southeastern EuropeW004
Vuorela, UllaHilma Granqvist, a posthumously appointed grandmother of new anthropology in FinlandW105
Wadolowska, AnnaConstruction of the swine influenza epidemic as a state of crisis in MexicoW055
Wagner, Kim'Not knowing the country': indigenous secrets and colonial panic in late nineteenth-century IndiaW022
Waller, NicholasIt's just stuff: reflections on the material culture of the Apsáalooke (Crow)W018
Walsh, SarahThe Little Disciples Project: how the children of Trancredo Novish negotiate their life pathsW118
Walter, FlorianOn the road with Maruch: the promises and limits of open, non-linear hypermedia documents in anthropological work after the crisis of representation and Web2.0W049
Way, JenniferNeither here nor there: the diasporic nation of IrelantisIW004
Ween, GroClever fish? Exploring ongoing conversations with salmon in Tana River, NorwayW038
Weiss, NerinaGiving voice or becoming a mouthpiece?W086
Weissensteiner, MonikaWhen 'imagination' fails and 'crisis' demands: evidence of torture in European asylum proceedings W111
Werczberger, RachelSpirituality, charisma and gender in a Jewish spiritual renewal community in IsraelW014
Wergin, CarstenEnter the tourism-dispositif: human/environment interaction and its consequences for a small island ecologyW125
Werneck, AlexandreFrom 'absence of the state' to the 'state of exception': the conversion of the emotion regarded to 'militias' from welfare into fearW048
Weszkalnys, GisaHope and oil: managing the future in the Gulf of GuineaIW005
Whitelaw, GavinTrinkets and trash: convenience stores and the poetics of paracapitalism in contemporary JapanW096
Widlok, ThomasMobility as crisis: the political economy of migration and the phenomenology of movementW035
Widmer, AlexandraHuman biological diversity in times of crisisIW006
Wijngaarden, VanessaCosmopolitan savages: the challenging art of selling African culture to touristsW095
Willems, RoosDreaming up the best of both worlds : Senegalese candidate migrants' imaginations of a life 'away from home'W036
Witeska-Młynarczyk, AnnaTransition as estrangement: alternative history of political change in Poland lived by a former Security Officer W113
Wolf, AngelikaHealth finance diversities: implementing mutual health insurance in SenegalIW006
Wonneberger, Astrid"We´ll claim the new streets for our community!" The meaning of locality amidst waterfront renewal in DublinW037
Woroniecka-Krzyzanowska, DorotaWhere will be the place called home? Reconciling competing localities in times of sequential crisisW016
Wrenn, CarolCrises in tribal women's empowerment in Orissa, IndiaW076
Wulff, HelenaRe-imagining Ireland: ethnographic fictions by contemporary writersIW004
Yalamala, ReddisekharaIncorporating a New Generation of Indian AnthropologistsW076
Yamakawa, SayumiHow has Christianity become 'tradition', while the traditional dance has become 'culture' in northern Namibia? W041
Yamashita, ShinjiImagining Japan 2050: a multicultural scenario and Filipina migrants’ dreamsW061
Yazici, BernaInequality on the road: mapping the divisions on the highway that connects the continentsW064
Yessenova, SauleshThings that matter: resource curse, production-sharing agreements, and the spectacle of FDI in post-Soviet KazakhstanW075
Yildirim, UmutA pool-map, terrorist flowers, and the funeral houses: on violence and spectral sovereigntyW103
Yip, AndrewYoung adults, religious authorities and sexuality: a multifaith discussionW034
Zaban, HilaJerusalem of go(l)d: imagination and western immigration in the neighborhood of Baka in JerusalemW017
Zakharova, EvgeniaPresent-day customary law in urban Georgia and the response of the state (using the example of Tbilisi)W109
Zanini, Giulia'My foreign baby is growing inside me': the case of Italians seeking donated gametes outside national bordersW024
Zanini, Roberta ClaraRevitalizing 'community': new perspectives on an old notionW007
Zoettl, Peter Anton'Participatory video' as means of reflection and self-reflection upon image and identity of reemerging indigenous groups of northeastern BrazilW049
Zola, LiaShamanism and tradition: assessing spiritual revival and traditional economy in the Sakha RepublicW062
Zontini, ElisabettaGrowing old in a transnational social field: negotiating change and accessing care between home and host communitiesW102
Zuckerhut, PatriciaHouseholds in Europe: from production to consumption W112
Ødegaard, Cecilie VindalBeyond law and borders: Peruvian traders, contradictory state agendas and the reproduction of 'Illegibility'W092
Øian, HogneTo kill or not to kill …? Non-consumptive angling in Norwegian rivers and questions of the nature and authenticity of the fishW038