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Friday, October 28 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Keyword Roundtable: Encounter ←→ Listening ←→ White Supremacy

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Keyword Panelists
  • Audra Simpson → Encounter
  • Roshanak Kheshti → Listening
  • Hannah Appel → White Supremacy


Amy Kennemore

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Amy Kennemore

Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology, University of California, San Diego
Amy Kennemore received a M.A. in Latin American Studies from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte in 2012. Her Master’s thesis considered the political framework of plurinationalism in Bolivia through an examination of recent tensions between indigenous autonomy and... Read More →

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Hannah Appel

Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles
I am an economic anthropologist interested in the daily life of capitalism, the private sector in Africa, and the re-emergent dialogue between economics and anthropology. My research and teaching interests are guided by the economic imagination. How can we expand the field of... Read More →
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Roshanak Kheshti

Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies and Affiliate Faculty in Critical Gender Studies, University of California, San Diego
Roshanak Kheshti is associate professor of ethnic studies and affiliate faculty in the Critical Gender Studies Program at the University of California, San Diego, and associate editor of the Journal of Popular Music Studies. She is the author of Switched on Bach (Bloomsbury Academic... Read More →
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Audra Simpson

Associate Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University
My primary research is energized by the problem of recognition, by its passage beyond (and below) the aegis of the state into the grounded field of political self-designation, self-description and subjectivity. This work is motivated by the struggle of Kahnawake Mohawks to find... Read More →

Friday October 28, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm PDT
iHouse Great Hall