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CFP AAA 2014: Discipline, Care and Punish? Anthropological Approaches to Suffering and Well-Being across the Carceral Continuum

Dear Colleagues, 

We are excited to encourage submissions for a AAA 2014 panel entitled "Discipline, Care and Punish? Anthropological Approaches to Suffering and Well-Being across the Carceral Continuum." 

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Consultancy: seeking applied anthropologist with experience in Eastern DRC

Dear H- Med Anthro Readers,

IRC Tanzania is seeking an experienced anthropologist fluent in Swahili or French, with expertise in South Kivu, DRC and interest in studying gender-based violence among camp-based Congolese refugees in Tanzania.

Please help spread the word among colleagues who may fit this profile.

Thanks!

Katelin

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