Discussing New Reproductive Technologies at Annual Meeting

We’re pleased to share this blog post from special AN reporter Marianne Butler. She reports here on sessions about reproductive technology. Vignettes of foetuses being asked to serve as “expert witnesses” in determining when life begins, through the reproduction of the “socially dead” and the tracing of reproductional debris, to an elision of counting embryos and counting … Continue reading Discussing New Reproductive Technologies at Annual Meeting

Committee on Minority Issues in Anthropology Sponsors Session on Disability

Today’s guest blog post comes from Devva Kasnitz (Society for Disability Studies) and highlights an upcoming panel discussion entitled “Tidemarks and Frontiers: Disability in Anthropology“. This discussion will be held on Thursday, November 17, 2011 from 10:15-12:00pm. Thanks Devva! In Montreal, the Committee on Minority Issues in Anthropology (CMIA) is pleased to sponsor a panel … Continue reading Committee on Minority Issues in Anthropology Sponsors Session on Disability