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Final: NAPA at the 2011 AAA in Montreal

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NAPA 2011 AAA PROGRAM

Montréal

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

12:00-13:45

2-0080   MARKETING’S TIDEMARKS, LEGACIES FROM ANTHROPOLOGY: TRACING THE FUTURE OF SENSORY MARKETING  Timothy de Waal Malefyt, George E Marcus, and Paul Stoller 

14:30-16:30

WORKSHOP

2-0400   Ideas and Techniques for Organizing An Ethnographic Field School  James Tim M Wallace and George Gmelch       

16:00-17:45

2-0465   LINKING TOURISM PAST WITH ITS PRESENT: REFLECTIONS AND DIRECTIONS Heidi J Nicholls, James Tim M Wallace, and Valene Smith

 20:00-21:45

2-0830   ANTHROPOLOGICAL LEGACIES AND CURRENT TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL SERVICE-LEARNING AND STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS  Eric T Miller, Margaret A Perkinson

 Thursday, November 17, 2011

08:00-10:00

WORKSHOPS

10:15-12:00

3-0425   TRACING THEORY: APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND THE USE OF THEORY IN PUBLIC HEALTH INTERVENTIONS  Mark C Edberg

10:30-12:30

WORKSHOPS

11:45-15:45

3-0515   NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PRACTICE OF ANTHROPOLOGY (NAPA) GOVERNING COUNCIL MEETING James Tim M Wallace 

13:00-15:00

WORKSHOP

3-0615   Marketing the Anthropological Lens Rita M Denny and Patricia L Sunderland  

13:30-17:30

WORKSHOP

3-0630   Introductory Participatory Design Workshop: Overview and Introduction to Methods Nancy Fried Foster 

13:45-15:30

3-0705  TIDEMARKS AND FRONTIERS: ANTHROPOLOGY IN DISABILITY STUDIES Devva Kasnitz

13:45-17:30

3-0830   THE TROUBLE WITH ‘YOUTH AT RISK’: HOW CAN ANTHROPOLOGY DECONSTRUCT PATHOLOGIZING CATEGORIES WHILE REMAINING A CONSTRUCTIVE PARTNER TO PRACTITIONERS WORKING TO ALLEVIATE SOCIAL SUFFERING?  Julia Kirst, Marguerite Souliere, Jean J Schensul and Lynn M Nybell

15:30-17:30

3-0905   Hanging Out Your Shingle: Practical, Strategic and Ethical First Steps for Anthropological Contract Work Part 2 Ken C Erickson and Stephanie Paladino           WORKSHOP

Friday, November 18, 2011

08:00-09:45

4-0110   LIBRARY ETHNOGRAPHY: NEGOTIATING INFORMATION’S LEGACIES AND REVOLUTIONS Andrew D Asher and Nancy Fried Foster

08:00-11:45

INVITED SESSION

4-0270   THE LEGACIES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF BUSINESS ANTHROPOLOGY – PART 1 Elizabeth K. Briody, Christina Wasson and Melissa Cefkin

10:30-12:30

4-0520   The UN/Civil Society Interface: Walking and Working the UN Corridors  Eva Friedlander PhD and Pamela J Puntenney PhD

11:00-16:00

EXPO

4-0525   EMPLOYER EXPOSITION  Cathleen E Crain, Kathleen Terry-Sharp, and Angel Jackson-White

12:15-13:30

4-0620   EVALUATION ANTHROPOLOGY INTEREST GROUP BUSINESS MEETING  Eve C Pinsker

13:00-15:00

WORKSHOPS

13:45-15:30

4-0805   THE LEGACIES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF BUSINESS ANTHROPOLOGY – PART 2 Ann T Jordan, Elizabeth K. Briody and Eric J Arnould PhD

 

13:45-15:45

WORKSHOP

4-0870   “It’s Who You Know: Using Networking Techniques and Strategies to Increase Your Networking Success.”  Sabrina Nichelle Scott, Jen A Cardew Kersey, Edward Liebow

15:30-17:30

WORKSHOPS

18:15-19:30

Saturday, November 19, 2011

08:00-09:45

09:00-10:00

WORKSHOP

5-0265   Anthropologists In Evaluation: An Introduction to Concepts and Practical Applications Mary Odell Butler and Lenora Bohren

10:30-12:30

WORKSHOP

5-0450   Tourism Research Workshop: Theoretical Frameworks, Approaches and Practices  Quetzil E Castaneda and James Tim M Wallace

12:15-13:30

13:00-15:00

WORKSHOP

5-0550   Stress Management and Building Self-Esteem for Students and Beginning Professionals  Teresita Majewski

13:30-15:30

WORKSHOP

5-0560   Presenting Yourself In Professional Life  Cathleen E Crain, Nanthaniel Tashima and Mark C Edberg

13:45-15:30

ROUNDTABLE

5-0635   BOUNDARIES, TIDEMARKS, AND LEGACIES OF ETHNOGRAPHIC METHODS IN EVALUATION ANTHROPOLOGY: A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION Mary Odell Butler, Eve C Pinsker, and Carol Hafford

Sunday, November 20, 2011

10:15-12:00

12:15-14:00

 

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