Only papers that have been accepted by panel convenors will be shown here.
Only papers that have been accepted by panel convenors will be shown here.
Only papers that have been accepted by panel convenors will be shown here.
Digital transitions - 'clouding out' participation in digital cultural documentation in VanuatuDigital transitions - 'clouding out' participation in digital cultural documentation in Vanuatu
Negotiating digital afterlives and ghosts in the machine: reflections on a Warlpiri case study
Returning Research: The Morphy Audiovisual Archive Project
Archiving the Legacy: the Aboriginal Artists Agency and Research Databases
The Algorithm as Human: a cross-disciplinary discussion of anthropology in an increasingly data-driven world
A 'small data' case study: Data visualisation and its usefulness in the analysis of a string figure corpus
Digital biopolitics and the spatialization of the Flemish State
Dissident consumers or conscientious subjects? Reflections on the neoliberal state and the digital communities of Point Hacks and Prize Pigs.
Social Media & Aboriginal Identity in Cape York Peninsula
Facebook and political space in India : A digital ethnography
(P02) Between state, market and religion: industrialisation, development and religious actors in the Global South
Religious Space, Development Space: case study of a Catholic Faith-Based Organisation and garment factory workers in Cambodia
Working While it's still Daylight: Christianity and development in East Malaysia
State of Spirituality: The Indian Gurus' Realm as Quasi-Governance
REPOLITICISING SUICIDE: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACH TO SUICIDE PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION
Women, autoimmunity and support worlds: exploring identity, gender and moralisation in regional Queensland
Reversing the accountability - NGOs and state dynamics in the hostile financial contexts: impacts on the life of people living with HIV in Bali Province, Indonesia
Where there is Water: Exploring water management, the social formation and Sinhalese Buddhism in Polonnaruwa District of Sri Lanka
Comparing policy cultures of carbon neutral cities
The useful potential of rejectamenta: rubbish and thingness in Warlpiri domestic space
Translating Solidarity: the effects of translation on Social Solidarity Economy policy
Settler colonial citizenship in Palestine: aspirations and imaginations
Photographs telling more than a thousand words: Representations of Adnyamathanha Aboriginal identities and Australian statehood through photographic collections
China and Antarctica: Hot ambitions in an icy climate
Kamlahri: A bonded child labour system in Nepal
Extending the Limitations of Global Care Chains (GCC): Care Transnationalisation from Australia to the Philippines
'Consider it joy': the interplay between gratitude and loss for migrant Christians in suburban Melbourne
Shifting States of Identity: The Identity Work of Foreign Academics
Encountering the Church in a Witch Camp in Ghana: Religious Actors and Marginalised People in the Global South
Hta from the heart: decolonising pwa k'nyaw knowledge
Pilgrim experiences on the east coast Sri Lanka
Urban religion in Colombo, Sri Lanka
ORAL NARRATIVES: DEFINITIONS AND UNDERLYING VALUES
"Local action not state control!" The oscillations and contradictions of new farmers in Tasmania, growing stateless veggies and multinational meat.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em: organic farming and new methods of regulatory oversight in China
Imagining the producer: State promotion and non-state certification of quinoa growers in Southern Peru
Tomatoes in transition: The multidirectional policies of the Spanish Danish tomato chain
• Food in/security in Indonesia: ethnographies of a post-rice state.
Post-State Food Security: Farmer and Consumer Movements in Java, Indonesia
Tomorrow's Seeds: A Penan Transition to Horticultural Society in Sarawak, Malaysia.
(P06) Subjectivity and Victimhood: Exploring the constitutive relationship between states and victims in the aftermath of violence.
"The struggle isn't over": Reforming health systems and redefining victimhood in Myanmar's southeastern borderlands
Challenges to transnational families after Indonesia's 1998 ethnic violence: narratives of exiled Chinese-Indonesian women
Constructing Collective Victimhood: The State in Memories of Religious Violence
Dealing Effectively with Memory Issues in Cult-Related Violent Hurt: An Analysis of Inter-cult and Innocent Victimhood in Rivers State (Nigeria).
Exploring how Greek Cypriot war victims in the Australian Diaspora have coped with relatives being Missing Persons since 1974
Negotiating Within The Intractable - a study of university students in Kashmir
State Constructions of History and Historical Constructions of Indigeneity
The State and volunteering in front-line welfare services.
In the world that sewers proposed
State of Abandonment: Mobility and Liminality among the Fixed Gers of Ulaanbaatar
Metabolic infrastructures of the city and the peri-urban: Socio-nature along the urban canals of Gurgaon
Whereupon the Road to Erewhon
Electronic Waste and the Tyranny of Distance: An Excavation of Digital Infrastructure in Central Australia
Lifestyle migration: searching for the Good Life
Rural Subjectivities: Understanding the Embodied Demands of Global Capitalism
Brewing beyond the state: Beer, anarchism and confluent labour.
Drinking the divine: wine, religiosity, and the nation-state
Eating the Favela: The Good Life in Contemporary Brazil
Fear of a Free Lunch: Urban gift economies and the right to the city
Food Culture: a question of nation?
Food during pregnancy: a sole, social or state choice
Performing the Nation through Food: Celebrating Yalda in New Zealand
Resistance and the Garden: Food cultivation, public housing and the state
Seeing the State through the Denheath Custard Square
Sharing As Resistance: Autonomous Food Spaces in Barcelona
Stone Age Economics: The Paleo Diet, Populism and Resistance in Australia
Wild food fermentations and the challenges of regulation
Bakunin and paperwork
Colonialism, Capitalism, Accumulated Violence and the Intermedia Problematic of State History
Anarchic Principles and Exploratory, Autonomous Living Among Itinerant Boat Dwellers Known as Continuous Cruisers (CC'ers) on London's Waterways
Floating Tomatoes and Agri-Anarchy on Myanmar’s Inle Lake
The convergence of power and energy in the fossil fuel State
Senses of the past: Ritual, embodiment and ethics in the government of the East German 'dictatorship'
The sense(s) of ritual: emotions and power
After Silence: Public Secrecy and the Sensory Poetics of Rape Remembrance in Post-War Bosnia
'Just like the diggers did': Sensing sacrifice at Camp Gallipoli
Markers of resistance: Discarded cigarette stubs and packets as everyday sensory resistance
Chronic pain and Mao: envisioning the state in southwest China
Intimate tonguing: taste the power
Speaking Senses to Power: Ethnographies of Smell, Waste and Local Activism
Tobacco-in-person? Members of the Public, Representatives of the Parties and Green-Badged Media under suspicion at the 7th Conference of the Parties to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
Crafting the ballet body: a touching analysis
Beyond the pathological consumer: enskilled vision, body ideals and looking good in a London School
Theocracy and Anthropocracy: A Turkish Case Study
Christian Theocracies and Islamic Secularities in Indonesian Papua
'God's chosen people': Christianity, politics and identity formation in the Indo-Burma borderlands
Dakwah systematisation: the viability of Islamic education in the post-colonial present
Between Heaven and Earth: Religious things in a relational perspective
5Rythms in Sydney: Bricolage and Wellbeing
Making 'Creatives' from the Outside In: Art, Religion, and Urban Renewal in Australia
Turkish state cultural programmes and Islamic arts education in Istanbul
Offerings to Gods: Siberian Summer Festival and Cultural Revitalization in the Sakha Republic (Yakutia)
Policy or prophecy? Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) in the end of days
Seeking the State: Appropriating Bureaucratic Symbolism and Wealth in the Margins of Southeast Asia
Post-neoliberal social assistance and the outcast poor in Indonesia
Participatory governance and poverty reduction in Indonesia: The preliminary findings from the village law implementation
Contradictions and Consequences on Status Stipulation of Desa Adat and Desa Wisata in the Case of Tengger Indigenous People, Indonesia
Marginalization by Law : Adat and Traditional Communities and Their Laws in Indonesia
The Shifting State and LGBT Exclusion: The case of Indonesia
Kadazan and the State: Reimagining the Sabahan ethnic landscape
Post Deforestation in Sarawak, Malaysia: A Contested Site as a Shifting Landscape
Marginality in state-centric lifeworlds: Cases from the Bornean borderlands
Marginality in a transnational maritime space: exclusion, irregularity, and invisibility of Bajau Laut in archipelagic Southeast Asia
Race, Privilege and Chinese-ness in Multiracial Singapore
At the Margins: Muslim Belonging and Identity in Contemporary Myanmar
Reflections on shame and ethnographic 'failure'
'Thanks, but no thanks': field-site rejection - methodological and epistemological considerations.
When my fieldsite closed down: Going beyond ethnographic dead ends
Social Media Ethnography Dilemmas - Justifying a Narrative Approach
How should non-indigenes decolonise anthropology? Methodological limits and workarounds during ethnographic fieldwork in Aotearoa New Zealand
Researching a non-intervention: Sustainable development, inscriptions of (de)politicisation and postcolonial states
Learning from the uncontrollable: Ethnographic altercations, positionality, and the attempt to do no harm while researching the sex industry in Northern Thailand
Illusions and disillusions: Dilemmas of anthropological fieldwork
'At home' with ethnography: Coming to terms with discomfort and positionality in a familiar research space
The Revival of Tālāb: Mughal Oases, Urban Catchments, and Water Dystopia in New Delhi
Negotiating States of Water: Producing Illegibility, Bureaucratic Arbitrariness, and Distributive injustices in Delhi
Against chlorine, outside the state: fresh water as the substance of autonomy
Hydro-sociality of irrigation in Bangladesh: a case of the "blind men and the elephant" and a crisis of interpretation.
Neoextractivism in hydrosocial territories: Resistance and defense of the Páramo of Kimsakocha, Ecuador
The Political Ecology of Community Owned Aquatic Resources and Hydro Hazards in the Bay of Bengal Delta
Revering Rivers as Hindu Nationalism: Exploring the Deep Play and Cultural Politics of the Namami Brahmaputra and Sindhu Darshan River festivals on the Himalayan Borders of India.
Changing North Australian hydroscapes - Indigenous attitudes to dams and water diversions
Of blood and water: flows, blockages and intimate hydro-sociality over the Volta River and Lake, Ghana
Indigenous Communities, Hydropower Projects, and the Indian State: Critical Reflections on Northeast India
Responses of the People to the Hydropower Sarkar in Uttarakhand Himalayas
Changing dwellings in shifting waters. An ethnography of Belgian houseboats inhabitants.
Social Closure: Agreements and the role of government in mine closure
Broken Promise Man: Aboriginal Engagements with Miners and the State in Australia's North
A Present Absence: The Ambiguous Role of "the State" in Queensland's Unconventional Gas Boom
Constitution Through Neglect: The PNG LNG Project and the Impact of an Absent State
The Pacification of Porgera
Ambivalence, Tension and Enthusiasm: land owners and local government at the Lihir gold mine, PNG
Refracted responsibilities. The role of the state in planning for the Frieda River Mine, PNG.
Giving away the river, again? Comparisons between the Ok Tedi and Frieda Mines
France, New Caledonia and medium and large-scale mining projects: comparing political and extractive relations to nickel mining sector with Papua New Guinea
Of Kings, God and Vigorous Presidents: an Indigenous Quest for Meaning and Minerals in the Bolivian Andes
Free, Prior and Informed Consent Processes as a Site for Contesting Power: The case study of Pascua Lama and the Memorandum of Understanding.
Swedish Mining Industry and Government Perspectives on Indigenous Rights: Complacency and Uncertainty
Metamorphoses: texts, materials, images
'Snapping up' and speaking out on prison metamorphosis
Imagining the ageing body at home: State strategies and everyday tactics
How the da Vinci robot transforms bodies
Feeling our way forward
Transforming and misrepresenting the driver's body
Implantable Medical Devices and Indigenous Australian bodies
Molecular metamorphoses: The half-healths produced by gene therapy
The god within - Zoomorphic healing and experiences on the east coast of Sri Lanka
(P17) Healthy states?: reflections on wellbeing and statecraft in NZ and the Pacific (a panel in honour of Julie Park)
Health research and the creation of a Pacific citizenry in New Zealand
Keeping healthy: traditional medicine use in rural Malaysian communities
Moral economy and moral capital in the community of clinical practice
Policy versus lived experience: Creating the concept of a 'good' parent through oral health policy
The mutilating oral health policies of Aotearoa New Zealand.
Shifting, shifty and shifted: states in health
"I pray so that my dead mother will forgive me". Islamic ontology of the dead and "relational projects" in Senegal.
"We keep on moving": the comings and goings of Buddhist and Hindu lives
A country of (online) memory: remembering and forgetting war dead in Vietnam
Becoming 'Other': Dying Before Death to Truly Live
Caring for the dead
Counting and accounting for death in Papua New Guinea: contrasting state and local perspectives on dying and the dead
Life Stories, Death Stories: Narratives of death and dying in the liminal space of Residential Aged Care
Managing Death in a Place Where Death Doesn't Exist
Material mediations of the dead - as Buddhas, ancestors, antecedents, and angels - in contemporary Japan
Navigation of life, detachment, separation and death for the 'dog lover' within the New South Wales greyhound racing community.
Parenthood following miscarriage: The kinship consequences of death before birth
They Deserve to Die: Duterte's EJK Dead
Mission Controls in Tuvalu
Subjugating Savage Island: Political and Religious Change on Niue, 1846-1974
Shamanic Society Against the Colonial State
The Church was here before the State: Kerewo Christianity at the Margins of the Papua New Guinea State
Were the ancestors Christian too? Oksapmin perspectives on conversion
Missionary, mother, and chief: Representing ancestors in centenary celebrations in Ranongga (Solomon Islands)
Rescuing Honiara: Asserting Village Authority in the Solomon Islands State
The Japanese New Religious Movement in South Korea- Tenrikyo
Kava Bowl Theology: Mediation and Negotiation between Indigenous Spirituality and Christian Religiosity
Mola'a Revisited. Reef Panpipes
Connecting with the inner-landscapes of Aotearoa/New Zealand: taonga pūoro, musical improvisation, and wayfaring through acoustic Aotearoa/New Zealand
Aboriginal arts and changes of its acceptance in different 'states'
The medicine in the movement: State, practitioner and participant understandings of 'dance therapy' in South Australia
Hip-Pop: The 'Underground' Versus the 'Mainstream' in the Mid 2000s Adelaide and Melbourne Hip Hop Scenes
States of engagement: Genealogies of listening in Australian hip hop
The anthropology of hip hop - multiculturalism and the power of self-expression
The Politics and Possibilities of Hip Hop
Black women heroes and speculative fiction: An exercise in creative anthropology
Goth and the Popular Imagination: Negotiations of Meaning and Cultural Identities in Practice
People, Platforms & Practice: Human-non-Human Relationships in Electronic Music Production
Vigilante trolling as entertaining social justice
(P21) Legitimate Extraction? Exploring the actors and institutions that enable extractive industries
Kenya's New Oil: Rethinking Brokers, Translators and Mediators
Legitimate extraction and the mythology of Corporate Social Responsibility
The Church and the Mine: Silence or prophetic speech?
The Moral Case for Coal: Intergenerational Morality amongst Australian Coal Lobbyists
The role of sustainability standards in legitimating mining companies' social performance
Who is 'from the community' here?
(P22) Crafting alternatives: contesting representation and artistic expression in visual anthropology.
African medical alternatives, power dynamics and communication
Collaborative ethnographic filmmaking with young people in Aotearoa New Zealand
Ownership as Research: Working Collaboratively to Explore Sensory Knowing
Subverting the norm: deaf filmmaking and visual expression.
The Split Loyalties of Ethnography: Solving a Murder
"The afterimages of a hibakusha: War memories, nuclear politics, visual activism, and narrativity in Japan
(P24) Dreaming in black and white: how the dreams of indigenes and non-indigenes about each other shape our social encounters
Dream, Affect and Action: Ambiguity and hesitation in social encounters from eye of the dream
Dreaming makes us human: incorporating our dreams into our fieldwork
Lost in translation? Dreaming, social process, and the artefacts of memory
Dreaming about each other: subobjectivity in the field of dreams.
Law and Passion: Legality of extra-legal killings of alleged blasphemers in Pakistan
There's an Act for That: Jumping the Scales of Law in Papua New Guinea
Women's Yarning Circles: a gender-specific bail program in one southeast Queensland Indigenous sentencing court, Australia
"…And then there was law": justice in dispute among Amazonian Urarina
Mutilation - a body of law, a body in law
Modes of corruption: conceptions of the human condition and political positioning in Venezuela
In the Museum of Corruption: Democracy, Morality, and Civic Virtue in Military Ruled Thailand.
The emergence of the discourse of corruption: local governments perspective and indigenous policies in southern Chile.
"Forward Together - Not One Step Back!": Finding inspiration, solidarity and power in North Carolina's protests
A decade after collapse: Iceland's shifting social, political & economic state
Acting on activism. Alternative shifting of the postsocialist state in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine
Conflict and change: Cases from a project
CONTEXTUALISING THE ADIVASIS STRUGGLE IN THE INDIAN STATE
Development, Violence and Resistance in India; ethnography from the movements against nuclear energy in Kudankulam and Jaitapur
Suburban Dissent: The anatomy of a community protest and political resistance
The potent presence of absence: the mobilisation of victims' rights organisations in contemporary Spain.
(P28) The parasitical interplay of state formation: governance and dynamics of power among local, national and global institutions in timor-leste
Complaining to "the culture" or to "the state"? Justice and conflict resolution from below in Timor-Leste
Local Governance Complexes in State Formation in Timor‑Leste
Ambivalent 'Indigeneities' in an Independent Timor-Leste
Timor-Leste: From the Lens of Binary Oppositions
Who owns the dead?: the governance of dead bodies in independent Timor-Leste
A study in 'Stealthy Freedom': a discursive psychology of 'posts' and 'displays' in India's campus politics and beyond
Beyond Cynicism and Performance: State Secrecy and False Confidence in China's National College Entrance Examination
Citizen, User, Map, Stack: A bureaucratic response to planetary scale computing
Conspiracy Theories: Is There a Paranoid Style in Chinese Politics?
Epic modes of veridiction and authoritarianism in the "new Turkey"
How Big Business is Re-Defining Illness and Health: Fabrication of a Block Buster Drug Market
How do Men Embody the State? Conspiracies and Violence in Contemporary Turkey
Navigating the newsmakers' jianghu: Stateless subjectivity in China's state-controlled press
Politics of "Othering" and the 'art of government': the case of Japan
The 'indispensable' criterion of truth: Impossible lies and incredulous lives in contemporary Iran
The Body Snatchers: Rumor and State in Southwest China
The Conspiracy Theory Meme as a Tool of Cultural Hegemony: A Critical Discourse Analysis
(P30) (Re)productive regulations: biopolitics, regulatory frameworks, and women's reproductive lives
From Motherhood to Welfare
Social infertility, family engineering and reproductive rights in Indonesia
Educating Rashmi: Regulating Life Through the Seductive Possibilities of Motherhood
Reproductive modernity through self-regulation: preferences for non-biomedical and non-hormonal contraceptives among recently delivered middle class women in urban Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Reproductive Citizenship: Law, Gender and Assisted Reproduction in Greece
(P31) States of Colonisation: Archaeological Perspectives on the Colonisation of Indigenous Australia
The Queensland Native Police and strategies of recruitment on the Queensland Frontier 1849-1901
Between a rock and a soft place? Exploring emotional states of colonialism in Australia's farmlands, through the materiality of Aboriginal stone artefacts.
The odd broken bottle: using auto-ethnographic perspectives in archaeological practice to illuminate the settler-colonial silences, segregations and entanglements
The Archaeology of Indigenous Hybrid Economies in Western Arnhem Land
Complying to Moral Panic: Ayahuasca and the Sensationalist Media
Encounters and interactions of medicalised and non-medicalised care in rural Costa Rica
Ethnicity and sightlessness: cosmological disabilities
Incommensurable Futures and Displaced Lives: Refugees and Sovereignty as Control over Time
Limits, Thresholds, and Getting Lost in Liminal Spaces: Transitioning from Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) to Adult Mental Health (AMHS)
The tangle; double binds and no good choices. Domestic violence reflecting the broader exploitation of women through capitalism, paternalism, and the Law.
When Complaints and Compliance Thwart Care and Other Paradoxes of the 'Shadow State'
Feeling home in nursing home
Something this intimate can only be discussed publicly: When HIV prevention encounters hlonipha (the Zulu custom of expressing respect through avoidance)
Making Good(s): Health, Care, Entrepreneurship
Being known, valued and respected: Emotional intimacy and affective relationships between perinatal women and peer facilitators in the PeARS study
What is 'Safe Sex'? Divergent Explanatory Models Amongst Young Adults in Sydney
Breaking the Silence: The importance of Safe Spaces
Health care interventions in understanding cultural issues surrounding reproduction - a Marshallese case study of post radio-active fallout since 1954
'We don't want government dowries - we are not cash cows': the interplay between the state, marriage and gender norms in urban Nepal
Blended boundaries: romantic expectations among young, unmarried Muslim men and women
Contemporary Chinese weddings on the internet
Friends and Lovers: Understanding Friendship in Swakopmund, Namibia
Good-looking, hard-working & wealthy: exploring dynamics and experiences of intimacy. love and marriage in Papua New Guinea
Interspecies Affection and Nonhuman Labour in State Projects of Biodiversity Conservation
Peripheral Sexualities: Women's negotiations with honour and dating practice in urban Nepal
State, spouse, and family: Facebook postings by Indonesian transnational women
Virtual Intimacies and Digital Mediations: Observations from India
: The zombification of the 'other': A defining characteristic in a trio of exploitation between African men, western women and relatives home.
Anxious Intimacy: Negotiating Gender and Value among Japanese Retired Couples in Malaysia
Intimate Within Limits: Love, Cross-Border Marriage, and the State in Contemporary Malaysia
Love across state borders: transcontinental polygamy as seen in the Gambia and Guinea-Bissau
Love After the Colony: Intimacy and Intimate Tensions on a Philippine Island
Speculative encounters: the interplay of optimism and genealogy across the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Border.
Un/romantic realities: love migration and notions of femininity and masculinity among African-Australian couples.
'An Acoustemology of Salinity'
Growing up in 'uta (the bush): Experiences of the children of Pacific migrant farmworkers in rural Australia
Heritage Matters: Culture and Development in the Pacific
The new nobility: Tonga's young traditional leaders
(P37) Changing bodies, shifting relationships, and 'the good life': exploring everyday negotiations of chronicity
"Its hard for me but that's nothing on what he goes through": Care, Parkinson's disease, and the search for a good life
Homemaking as a site for futuring dementnia
Human sentience and ideas of empathy: a neuroanthropological study of the sensory lifeworlds of women and men with fibromyalgia
An attitude of hope: Aging bodies and refashioning of community
Fluctuating illness and the value of recognition
Is there room for the 'good life' in Australian obesity education?
Bariatric Surgery, Bio-citizenship, Responsibility and Choice
Long-Tail Claims: where accident and injury compensation meets biomedical and actuarial reductionism
Chronicity and Spatiality: the shifting cultural topography of chronicity in acute illness
(P38) Embodied rituals, symbols and performances: Embodiment as a negotiation of the state, and state negotiations of embodiment
Indigeneity, diaspora and national sports: A preliminary exploration of Pasifika and Indigenous Australian relationships with AFL, rugby league and each other.
Looking Thai, Acting Thai: Embodiment of Thainess among stateless Shan youth in northern Thailand
Masquerading States: transracial embodiment and national imaginaries
Negotiating power and knowledge: How recreational bodybuilders negotiate the knowledge divides created by state legislation of performance and image enhancing drugs (PIEDs).
Performing Femininity in Queer Sydney: Notes from the Field
Shaping and embodying police practices through witch accusations in Chhattisgarh, India
The bush-yarning body: embodied cultural reflection and expression in North West QLD
The state, the individual, and the contest to define the healthy body
Touch-based healing and the embodiment and convergence of spiritual concepts from western and eastern traditions, as accepted practices that resist normative beliefs from state-sponsored healthcare
White Men Can't Dance: The haka as ambiguous embodiment of the bicultural state
(P39) Enactment of Aboriginal self-determination within institutional policy: Case studies in success; gaps or failures
Agency and Self-Determination in Repatriating the Indigenous Dead
The long journey home: Repatriation and the creation of new cultural practices
Success stories abound! Self-determination and Aboriginality in the context of neo-liberalism
A case study in failure: when repatriation is not self-determination
The Aboriginal Heritage Project
Battleship Development: Dams and Irrigation as Culture in the Central Highlands of Madagascar
Power-outage, everyday rhythm of life in Ramadan and the state in Pakistan
Infrastructural Edgelands: Ruination and Regeneration on the Rochdale Canal
The "Chinese Dream" and its infrastructure of desire
Grappling with Flying as a Contributor to Climate Change: Strategies for Critical Scholars Seeking to Contribute to an Ecological Revolution
A Journey through 'Infraspace': The Production of Infrastructure
Materialising the State: the meaning of water infrastructure
"Project of the Century": The technical and the political in northern Cyprus
Tracks of contention: Reconfiguring the political through anti-high-speed rail protest in Italy
Automation, struggle and power in container port infrastructure
FINGER FARMERS: The Unmaking of White Territory and Colonial Subjectivity in Zimbabwe
Hovering bodies out of bounds in the Plurinational state of Bolivia
Arrival infrastructures and accommodation: challenging asylum seekers’ belonging and wellbeing in Norway
Roads to the Future: Infrastructure and Development in South-western Uganda
Engaging Africa's Infrastructure Boom
Inflated Aspirations: Innovation as Development and New Articulations of Entrepreneurialism.
The Flip Side of Development Aspiration: Deficit Discourse in Australian Indigenous Policy
POLLUTION AND THE AESTHETICS OF AUTHORITARIAN ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE IN TUNISIA
Industrialization and the making of 'modern' Bangladesh: history and future
'Deflated aspirationalism': Attitudes to development in the context of chronic suffering
Bringing the country to life: Science and TEK
THE MECHMOUM: A MULTI-SENSORY CHARM IN THE TUNISIAN PHENOMENOLOGY OF ISLAM
The Livingness of Rivers: Legal Fictions, Decolonial Demands, or Uneasy Compromises?
Policy ghosts, dependencies and toxic lingerings: living through mining and militarism
Spencer's Double: The Ghostly Afterlife of a Museum Prop
Encounters with Ghosts; An Ethnographer's dilemma
Agroforestry or Green labor as State profit making.
Green and clean politics in the 'smart' kampungs of Surabaya
Kaitiakitanga ki te Toheroa (Guardianship of Toheroa)
Playing (with) the state: Creative farmers, climate politics, and lowland rice production in Indonesia
Post Deforestation in Sarawak, Malaysia: A Contested Site as a Shifting Landscape
Saving the environment for salvation: Buddhist Environmental Activism in Myanmar
Seeds of Resilience: Urban Agriculture and Food Security in the Pacific
Strategic engagement with the State in an Indigenous Protected Area
The "state" of urban soils : narratives from Brussels
The role of the environment in the sustainable livelihoods of FELDA villages in peri-urban and regional Malaysia.
Where exactly is the state? Anthropology of the everyday state in the margins of the Indian state.
"Emerging Identities"- An Ethnographic Study of the Consequences of the Affirmative Action Policy's Definition of "Tribes" in the Post-Colonial State of India.
Caste of Migrants: Understanding Affirmative Action in the case of Kashmiri Pandits
Affirmative Action Policies of Government of India for the upliftment of the Scheduled Tribes in India
Education through Mother Tongue: A KISS Intervention
Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups and Affirmative Action Policies of the State
Conflicting Policies of Affirmative Action and Identity of the Panika Tribe
Influence of affirmative action on political participation: Case studies from Telangana, In
UNSERVED BY THE TECHNOLOGY: ANALYSIS OF THE PENSION SCHEMES IN UTTAR PRADESH
'Selective' Historical Memory and the State: The Pre-partition 'Forgotten' Spaces in Contemporary Pakistan
A game of hide and seek: gendered ethnographies of the everyday state after communal violence in Ahmedabad, Western India
A New Nepal: the political role of young people in crafting a future Nepal.
Amnesia of Genesis: State Fetishism and Social Scientific Research in Pakistan
Betwixt and Between: Negotiating the Informal State in Lyari, Karachi
Bureaucracy and Feminist Education in India: An (un) easy Relationship
Constructions of 'community' in research on Nepalese commons
Cultivating the Self: The rhythms and delights of pigeon flying in Pakistan
Higher Education, Caste, and 'the things that matter': Contestation and Perpetuation of State agenda in a University campus in India
The state as concept: student narratives from postwar Colombo
Writing the Aftermath: Electoral Politics, Development and Routinisation of Communal Violence in Jammu and Kashmir
Youth, gender justice and middle-class anti-politics in Delhi: A new relationship between feminism and the state?
A brief history of underwater noise pollution: shifting relationships of sound, technology, and other beings in state policies
Antarctic Research in the Anthropocene
The Relationship of Penan Youth with the Post-Logged Forest in Sarawak, Malaysia: A practise-led ethnography of the modes of engagement and value systems in the Anthropocene.
Environmental Degradation and Resistance: Ecomusicology study from the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria
#Covfefe Anyone? Cracking the Trump Code through Narrative Analysis and Semiotic Visualization
'Divorce is an Expensive Business': metaphors of marriage, personhood and nationalism, from the 2014 Scottish independence referendum onwards
'Policing the other' in Mumbai: Informal moral surveillance and the rise of Hindu nationalism in India
The destructive potential of being a shadow wolf
The Wounded Faces of the Legitimate Masculinities
Unfair Trade: The Threat of Protectionism and Free Trade Policy in New Zealand
Where new and old racisms converge: immigration reform and path dependent neoliberalism in Panama.
Are there desirable long-term forms of dependency? Remote Aboriginal communities and the future
Contestation of measles in Sindh Province of Pakistan
Oil palm expansion and state invisibility in PNG
The idea of an eco-city and its implications: A social impact analysis report from anthropological perspective
(P52) Creativity beyond the state: moving peoples and moving creative practices under state influence
From paper to puzzle: reflections on symbols in the design of nanomaterials
Indie Gamers on the Move: A Collision of Creative Drive and State Support
Intangible Cultural Heritage as Soft-Power: Creative initiatives in the instrumentality of dance in borderline situations
Shifting Women's Textile Production in Central Asia
Tunnel Vision: a critique of Australianist anthropology
Regression, repetition, recognition? Governing Indigenous Australian difference today
The (mis)functions of Australian Anthropology: or, the schema of a conceptual dilemma
New subjects or old categories? An ethnographic critique of the intercultural
Eclipsing Rights; Property Rights as Indigenous Human Rights in Australia
'It … should help in a very practical way.'
Avatar or Interlocutor? Indigenous Media and Australian Anthropology
Crossing the sacred threshold - where law, anthropology and bureaucracy collide
ANZAC Day's Shadow March: 'this day is not for you'
'Law's Anthropology' and the Potential for State Consent
An ethnographic perspective of the institutional context of Native Title in Australia
Flows of Knowledge in Native Title
Actuarial States: traces of risk and security in Paraguay
Belonging in the liminality of welfare Denmark
Between States: Boxing and the State in Accra, Ghana
Buying Up the Semi-Periphery: Spanish Citizenship for Sale in the Era of Sovereign Debt
Emmanuel Levinas and the evils of category thinking: Anthropology in a stateless vein
Mapping Utopia: Exceptional States, States of Exception, and the Visualization of Non-Place
'Tenuous at best': Settler belonging and precarity in outback Australia
Australian South Sea Islanders: Home, Identity and Belonging
Belonging in between Australia and Papua New Guinea.
Beyond the indigenous/settler binary in Australian environmental thought and practice
Burning cultures: figures of indigeneity and its others in contemporary bushfire management
Chinese History, Mixed Ancestry and Connections to Country to Northern Australia
Do whitefellas belong in indigenous-settler anthropology?
Exploring the early constructions of space on Milingimbi Mission.
Horticultural labour and precarious belonging: Complexes of race and mobility in the Greater Shepparton 'food bowl'
(Plen01) Roundtable: Roles and Relationships of Anthropological Associations in the Era of the Neoliberal University and Populist Backlash
Only papers that have been accepted by panel convenors will be shown here.