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Saturday, October 29 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Keyword Roundtable: Prosthetic ←→ Body ←→ Cyborg

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Keyword Panelists
  • S. Lochlann Jain → Prosthetic
  • Karen Nakamura → Body
  • Cassandra Hartblay → Cyborg
Heather Thomas

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Heather Thomas

Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology, University of California, Irvine
I am a PhD Candidate in Anthropology at UC Irvine. My research explores the formation and maintenance of autistic communities and networks online and offline.

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Cassandra Hartblay

Postdoctoral Scholar with the Collaboratory for Ethnographic Design (CoLED), University of California, San Diego
Cassandra Hartblay is a cultural and medical anthropologist, social theorist, and multimedia storyteller. Her work focuses on Russia and the Russian-speaking former Soviet Union. Dr. Hartblay's approach to theory is informed by global justice movements and medical anthropology especially... Read More →
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S. Lochlann Jain

Associate Professor of Anthropology, Stanford University
Professor Jain's research is primarily concerned with the ways in which stories get told about injuries, from car crashes to lung cancer, from mountain climbing deaths to space shuttle explosions. Figuring out the political and social significance of these stories has led her to... Read More →
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Karen Nakamura

Robert and Colleen Haas Distinguished Chair of Disability Studies and Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
Karen Nakamura is a cultural and visual anthropologist whose research focuses on disability, sexuality, and minority social movements in contemporary Japan. Her first book, Deaf in Japan, was on sign language, identity, and deaf social movements. She recently finished a second... Read More →

Saturday October 29, 2016 2:00pm - 2:50pm PDT
iHouse Great Hall