(x-posted at http://www.SfAApodcasts.net)
I’ve posted the tentative schedule of the 2008 SfAA Podcasts. I say it’s tentative because timely publication of the blog posts and audio is dependent on the speakers to an extent- I need them to submit their bio info for the post as well as electronic versions of the papers and PowerPoints (this is optional, but I encourage it). It’s also tentative because I may publish podcasts early if I have extra time to work on the editing. I chose the order based on the ease of coordinating with speakers and the amount of editing involved with the audio files.
Here is the (very) tentative schedule of podcasts for the 68th Annual Meeting of the Society of Applied Anthropology (SfAA).
14 April 2008 Presidential Plenary Session in Honor of John van Willigen: The Art and Science of
Applied Anthropology in the 21st Century
17 April 2008 Preparing Applied Anthropologists for the 21st Century, Part I
21 April 2008 Preparing Applied Anthropologists for the 21st Century, Part II
24 April 2008 Working with Governmental Agencies, Part I
28 April 2008 Working with Governmental Agencies, Part II
5 May 2008 The Scholar-Practitioner in Organizational Settings
8 May 2008 For Love and Money: Employment Opportunities in Medical Anthropology (SMA)
12 May 2008 COPAA International Invited Speaker
15 May 2008 Embodied Danger: The Health Costs of War and Political Violence (SMA)
22 May 2008 Mobile Work, Mobile Lives: Cultural Accounts of Lived Experiences
26 May 2008 Practitioners Rise to the Challenge: A Discussion of Methods in Business
29 May 2008 The Flawed Economics of Resettlement and Its Impoverishing Effects: What Can Social Scientists Do?
2 June 2008 Visualizing Change: Emergent Technologies in Social Justice Inquiry and Action,
Part I: Digital Storytelling and PhotoVoice
5 June 2008 Visualizing Change: Emergent Technologies in Social Justice Inquiry and Action,
Part II: Participatory Mapping and Visual Arts
12 June 2008 SMA Plenary Session: The Political Construction of Global Infectious Disease
16 June 2008 Anthropology Engages Immigration Reform
19 June 2008 Anthropology of the Consumer