Tag: AAA Conference

#48 The Nature of Anthropology: Andrew Kipnis on China, Funerals, Ethnographic Socialising & Academic Speech

The Familiar Strange , October 13th, 2019


“I think you’d be crazy to go into something like anthropology if you want to learn how to say whatever other people tell you to say – you…


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Participant observation from a first-timer at the AAA conference 2018, San Jose

Ian Pollock , December 2nd, 2018


This first experience of a really big conference makes me want to go to smaller conferences, where it would be easier to find the people who share my…


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Ep. #27 TFS at AAA: Elevator pitches, problem labels, public anthropology, & estrangement in practice – Guest panel with Dr Esteban Gómez & Dr Carie Little Hersh

The Familiar Strange , November 25th, 2018


This month we bring you a special panel episode straight from the AAA (American Anthropological Association) Conference in San José, California. In this episode, our own Julia Brown…


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Inter-topia: Productive tensions within the collisions of techno-utopianism and techno-dystopianism | AAA 2018 Panel

Angela VandenBroek , November 8th, 2018


Are you going to this year’s AAA annual meeting in San Jose? Come check out this great panel and say hello! Panel: Inter-topia: Productive tensions within the collisions of…


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CfP for AAA2018: Inter-topia: Productive tensions within the collisions of techno-utopianism and techno-dystopianism

Angela VandenBroek , March 15th, 2018


Panel Organizers: Jeremy Trombley (SUNY Cortland) and Angela VandenBroek (Binghamton University) Sites of digital technology development are immersed in competing techno-utopian and -dystopian ideolog…


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Why You Should be Networking as an Anthropology Graduate Student

Angela VandenBroek , October 29th, 2016


Download the PDF I won’t make it to the AAA meeting this year as I am focusing on securing money for dissertation research. #GrantWritingFTW! However, I wanted to share…


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Aligned Anxieties: Rethinking Critiques of the Internet through the Anxieties of Web Professionals

Angela VandenBroek , April 20th, 2015


The following is a paper I gave at the 2015 Theorizing the Web Conference on April 18. Below you will find: my presentation with audio, the video of the…


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Storify: Accidentally by Design Panel at #AAA2014

Angela VandenBroek , December 7th, 2014


[View the story “Accidentally by Design #AAA2014″ on Storify]


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It Knows the World: What the Wolfram Language Can Teach Anthropologists about the Problematic Nature of Ontological Approaches (#AAA2014)

Angela VandenBroek , December 6th, 2014


Here is the prezi (with audio) of my presentation from the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting for 2014. It Knows the World: What the Wolfram Language Can Teach Anthropologists…


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“Why I signed” (the petition AGAINST academic boycott of Israeli institutions)

Angela VandenBroek , December 5th, 2014


I have signed the petition against the academic boycott of Israeli institutions by the American Anthropological Association. After signing, I felt as if I had taken my stand…


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#AAA2014 Fashion Post

Angela VandenBroek , December 1st, 2014


  Back by popular demand: #AAA2014 Fashion! I remember the terrifying experience of packing for my first AAA Meeting. So, to help out those first-time AAA-ers, here is…


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#AAA2014 Presentation on Ontology and the Wolfram Language

Angela VandenBroek , November 30th, 2014


I am excited to be attending the American Anthropological Association Meeting again this year! I will also be presenting a paper with a great panel of digital anthropologists,…


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PhD Year One

Angela VandenBroek , June 9th, 2014


I recently finished my first year of my PhD program in anthropology at Binghamton University. Now, I am course complete and working on bibliographies for my qualifying exams….


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Being a Curious Potential — #AAA2013 Presentation

Angela VandenBroek , November 22nd, 2013


This is the presentation I gave at the 2013 American Anthropological Association meeting in Chicago. Turn up on your speakers or headphones because audio is included. Enjoy!


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