Friday March 04, 2011. 09:00 am. Anthropology Reading Room, 4th floor, Hale Science Building
9:15 Joe Bryan, University of Colorado
"War by other means? The US Military, development and humanitarianism in eastern Nicaragua."
10:15 Ilana Feldman, George Washington University
"Life Lived in Relief: Humanitarian effects, political claims and Palestinian refugee community"
11:30 Deirdre Conlon, Emerson College
"Gagging Orders: Asylum Seekers and Paradoxes of Freedom and Protest in Liberal Societies."
12:30 Lunch Break
1:30 Carole McGranahan, University of Colorado
"Sympathy for the Devil: The CIA, Tibet, and Covert Humanitarianism"
2:30 Susan Bibler Coutin and Connie McGuire, University of California at Irvine
"Transnational alienage and foreignness: Deportees and foreign service officers in Central America."
3:45 Elizabeth Dunn, University of Colorado
"Notes Towards an Anthropology of Nothing: Humanitarianism and the Void in the Republic of Georgia."
4:45 Melissa Caldwell, University of California at Santa Cruz
"Getting to No: The Practices of Refusal in Moscow's Assistance Community."
5:45 End of Conference