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(CFP 2015 AAA Panel) Shifting Obligations and Moral Relations of Care: The Extra and The Ordinary

CFP 2015 AAA Panel

Shifting Obligations and Moral Relations of Care: The Extra and The Ordinary

(Send abstracts by April 6)

Panel Organizers:

Laura Heinemann, PhD, MSW – Creighton University – LauraHeinemann@creighton.edu

Alexander Rödlach, PhD, MagTheol – Creighton University – roedlach@creighton.edu

 

Panel Abstract:

CFP: AAA 2015 panel: Health systems in the Global South: new ethnographic approaches

CFP: Health systems in the Global South: new ethnographic approaches

2015 American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting

Organizers: Adrienne Strong (Washington University in St. Louis) and Summer Wood (New York University)

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