P01Adding Value: Anthropology and the Study of Global Flows
P03Activist scholarship with Indigenous peoples in the global south
P04Precarity of labour in the resource extraction industries
P08Is biculturalism possible? The theory and ethnography of the bicultural adept
P09Valuing destabilisation, resistance, and agency in a continuing and changing Papua New Guinean anthropology [Roundtable]
P10Valuing research on musical traditions and performance practices
P11Drinking from the same well - the value of anthropology in the study of public health.
P13A return to facts: the value of positive knowledge in ethnography
P14Anthropology and the labour theory of value: history, present and future
P17Gender, Sexuality and Beyond: Valuing Queer Anthropology
P18#MeToo, revelatory moments, and structural invisibility in anthropology [Roundtable]
P20Life and Death, Sacred and Secular: Thinking With and Beyond Species in a More-Than-Human World
P21Digital Futures: Cultural creativity and sustainability in the post-digital age
P22Valuing the Anthropology of Mental Health in Australia
P23The value of protest in contemporary society [Panel + Roundtable]
P24Contradictory values: reconciling self-determinism among the normative paradigms of contemporary Australia
P25Applied Anthropology Supporting Locally Led Development Outcomes
P26Tourist Value: Reconfiguring Value and Social Relations in Diverse Tourism Ecologies
P28Stuff of substance: Valuing the tangible in transient states
P29Shifting north: values in and of an anthropology of Europe
P30Queer Comparisons: Gender and Sexuality in island Southeast Asia and the Pacific
P31Theory as reproduction: Reflections on the history of doing feminist anthropology in Australia [ROUNDTABLE] CLOSED
P32Values through practice in Southeast Asian societies
P33Gender, research and evaluating 'value': the impact of/in ethnography with visual materials
P34Anthropology of corruption and its relationship with symbols and values
P35It's Elemental: anthropologies of fundamental things
P36What do they value? Anthropological perspectives on health-related professions
P38Storying (against/beyond/through) environmental crisis [Roundtable]
P39Is the social drama still relevant? Balancing practice and theory in the twenty-first century.
P40Is the dismantling of western epistemology the greatest value anthroplogy can offer?
P42Care as virtue, task and value: is an all-encompassing 'anthropology of care' viable?