Guichon, Dr. Richard A., U. Nacional del Centro de la Provincia Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina - To aid 'III Paleopathology Association Meeting in South America,' 2009, Necochea, Argentina, in collaboration with Dr. Sheila M.F. Mendonca de Souza
'III Paleopathology Association Meeting in South America'
October 14-16, 2009, Necochea-Quequen, Argentina
Organizers: Richard A. Guichon (Universidad Nacional del Centro) and Sheila Mendoca de Souza
Ninety-two students and professionals from Turkey, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Austria, Portugal, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, the United States, and Argentina made poster and podium presentations and participated in three symposia and six panels.
Griffiths, Dr. Anne, Edinburgh U., Edinburgh, Scotland - To aid conference on anthropological perspectives on law: governmentality, the state, and transnational processes, 2004, Halle, Germany, in collaboration with Drs. F. and K. von Benda Beckmann
'Developing Anthropology of Law in a Transnational World: Governmentality, the State, Transnational Process of Law,' June 9-11, 2005, Edinburgh, Scotland -- Organizers: Dr. Anne Griffiths (Edinburgh University), Franz von Benda Beckman, and Keeta von Benda Beckmann (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology).
Grimson, Dr. Alejandro, U. Nacional de San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina - To aid 'VIII Reunión de Antropología del MERCOSUR: Diversity and Power in Latin America,' 2009, Buenos Aires, in collaboration with Axel Lazzari
'8th Meeting of Anthropology of the Mercosur'
September 29 - October 2, 2009, Buenos Aire, Argentina
Organizers: Alejandro Grimson and Axel Lazzari (Universidad Nacional de San Martín)
'Diversity and Power in Latin America' was the theme for this 8th Meeting of Anthropology of the Mercorsur.
Grine, Dr. Frederick, State U. of New York, Stony Brook, NY - To aid conference on 'What Is Homo? The origin of our genus,' 2006, Stony Brook, in collaboration with Dr. Richard Leakey
'Stony Brook Human Evolution Symposium.' October 3-7, 2006, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York. Organizers: Frederick Grine and Dr. Richard Leakey, Stony Brook University. Stony Brook University has recently begun sponsoring a series of Workshops in Human Evolution. These are modeled along the lines of the Wenner-Gren conferences that were held at Burg Wartenstein, Austria, bringing together small groups of scholars to meet in an informal setting for several days. These workshops seek to address major issues in palaeoanthropology.
Goodale, Dr. Mark R., George Mason U., Arlington, VA - To aid workshop on 'Revolution and New Social Imaginaries in Postneoliberal Latin America,' 2008, CILAS at U. California San Diego, in collaboration with Dr. Nancy Grey Postero
'Revolution and New Social Imaginaries in Postneoliberal Latin America'
May 2-3, 2008, University of California - San Diego, La Jolla, California
Organizers: Mark R. Goodale (George Mason University) and Nancy Grey Postero (University of California - San Diego)
This international conference brought together leading and emerging scholars from the United States, Canada, and Latin America to consider the meaning and implications of the profound social, political, and ideological changes taking place in contemporary Latin America.
Gokcumen, Dr. Omer, Harvard Medical School/ Brigham & Women's Hospital, Boston, MA - To aid workshop on 'Genetic Anthropology at Fine-Scales,' 2009, Honolulu, Hawaii, in collaboration with Dr. Krishna R. Veeramah
'Genetic Anthropology at Fine Scales' Workshop
October 25-26, 2009, Hilton Hawaiian Village, Honolulu, Hawaii
Organizers: Omer Gokcumen (Harvard Medical School) and Krishna Veeramah (University of California-Los Angeles)
The study of genetic variation has proven to be extremely useful for researchers examining anthropological questions. There have been many high-profile studies that have tended to answer questions pertaining to broad scales with regard to both evolutionary time and geographic space.
Goldin, Dr. Liliana, Florida International U., Miami, FL - To aid '70th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology,' 2010, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
'70th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology'
March 24-28, 2010, Merida, Mexico
Organizers: Liliana R. Goldin (Florida International University)
Support from Wenner-Gren was instrumental in funding two panels composed of eleven Latin American scholars from Guatemala and Argentina. The first panel, entitled 'Human Development, Poverty and Inequality in Guatemala,' was composed of members of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
Glantz, Dr. Michelle M., Colorado State U., Fort Collins, CO - To aid conference on Upper Pleistocene prehistory in Central Asia: the emergence of the initial Upper Paleolithic, 2004, Natl. U. of Uzbekistan, in collaboration with Dr. Andrei Krivoshapkin
Glantz, Michelle, Bence Viola, Patrick Wrinn, Tatiana Chikisheva, Anatoly Derevianko, et al. 2008. New Hominin Remains from Uzbekistan. Journal of Human Evolution 55(2):233-237
Gibson, Dr. Mhairi Alexandra, U. of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom - To aid workshop on 'Development and Population Change in 21st Century Africa,' 2010, Addis Ababa U., in collaboration with Dr. Eshetu Gurmu
Gilbert, Dr. Andrew, McMaster U., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - To aid workshop on 'Towards an Anthropology of International Intervention,' 2013, McMaster U.
Preliminary abstract: This workshop proposes to chart new theoretical territory and set a new agenda for an ethnographically-grounded, historically-sensitive anthropology of international intervention in the 21st century. The world has recently witnessed the proliferation of new and ambitious forms of foreign intervention by powerful Western states, guided by rationales and aims that were only nascent during the Cold War.