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Conference Program: Alternative States: Cities, Companies, and Corporations (Durham NC, May 3-4)

Cross-Posted from H-Empire

*Alternative States: Cities, Companies, and Corporations*

Borderwork(s) Humanities Lab

FHI, Bay 5, Smith Warehouse

Duke University


*Saturday, May 3

9:30-10 Introductions*

Mark Peterson (UC Berkeley)

Phil Stern (Duke)

*10-12 Session I*

Chair: Ed Balleisen (Duke)

Will Pettigrew (University of Kent), “English Corporate Structure and the 

Refraction and Reflection of Governance”

Helen Paul (Southampton University), “Quasi-public enterprises which 

Visiting Faculty in Cultural Anthropology

College of the Atlantic seeks a full-time visiting faculty member in Cultural Anthropology to teach a wide range of classes in anthropology, ethnographic research methods, and social theory. This is a fixed one year replacement position for the 2014-2015 academic year. We are especially interested in faculty whose work intersects with the study of religion(s) and religious practices and who could teach one to two courses in those areas.