SEA 2017 meeting posters

Poster Presentations

 

Kristina Baines                       A Day for a Day: Reciprocal Labor and Indigenous Selfhood

 

Brieanne Berry                        Social Capital and the Reuse Economy

 

Ruth Dike                               Gendered Politics of Food-Related Labor in Morocco

 

Éric Gagnon Polin                   Poverty Reduction Programs in Quebec’s Neoliberal Economy

 

Julia Caroline Greer                Obligation and Lending in Benin

 

Megan Hinrichsen                   The Narrative of Microfinance, Well-Intentioned Debt, and the Individualization of Social Problems in Quito, Ecuador

 

Jane Horan                              Where ‘financialization hits the ground’…: The Auckland Housing Market, second homes, and the illusions implicated in price as value

 

Sibel Kitamura                        What is Islamic Finance?: Ambiguity of the Economic and Possibility of Sociological and Anthropological Research

 

Dolores Koenig                       Manatali Resettlement: 30 Years Later

 

Roger Ivar Lohmann               Capitalism Meets Its Match: Failed Mimesis of Market Economics Among the Asabano of Papua New Guinea

 

Brandon Lundy                       Can Small Engines Drive the Car? Sourcing Economic Development in Precarious States

 

Jean Maier                              Money, Exchange Rates and Sustainability

 

Caitlin Manderski                   Long Term Recovery after the ABC Day Care Fire in Hermosillo, Sonora

 

Jane Marshall                          Investing in My Self: Rehabilitation, Personhood, and Practices of Entrepreneurship among Ex-prisoners in Gulu, Northern Uganda

 

Arthur Murphy                      Fire and Water: Comparing Recovery after Two Disasters in Sonora, Mexico

 

Daniel Murphy                       “It’s like placing a bet”: Debt, Inequality, and the Financialization of Indigenous Developmentalism in Highland Ecuador

 

Tomomi Naka                         What is the Best Use of Money as Faithful Believers? Conservative Mennonites and their Financial Discussions

 

Caela O’Connell                      Penciling Out Change: The Complex Calculus of Farming and Fertilizer Use

 

Joseph Quick                          “Nowadays if you don’t have credit, you don’t have anything”: The Financialization of Indigenous Developmentalism in Highland Ecuador

 

Ieva Snikersproge                    Stock Market Layoffs: Finance, Employment, and the Struggle against Time

 

Bram Tucker                           Are There Basic Relationships Between Economies and Supernatural Cosmologies? A Cross-Cultural Study of Native North America, Africa, And Madagascar

 

Zach Tuomey                         Neoliberal Reforms, NAFTA, and the Buena Vista Copper Mine: A Disaster 450 Years in the Making