Leading Workshops and Hosting Evening Get-Together
Students, alumni and faculty are representing Fielding well at the Society for Applied Anthropology’s annual meeting, taking place in Philadelphia from April 3-7.
From 5:30 to 7:30 on Friday, April 6, an informal social get together will introduce Fielding folks to prospective students at Finn McCool’s Ale House. Our scholar-practitioners can be found presenting in a variety of conference sessions, as well. See the schedule below for details.
The Loews Philadelphia Hotel
1:30-3:20 Friday, Washington A
Cruzando Puentes: Crossing Cultural Bridges to Sustainable Futures
Chaired by faculty members David Blake Willis and Connie Corley and student Diyana Dobberteen
- Student Linda Urban, Crossing Cultural and Perceptual Bridges: In Communities and within Researchers
- Diyana Dobberteen, Abundant Culture, Shrinking Options: Boyle Heights and Gentrification in 2017
- Student Wayne Chang, What Makes a Community?: Visual Mapping of Support Structures and Social Systems for Sustainable Futures in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, California, USA; and Attributing Forgiveness in Resilience and Posttraumatic Growth in Recovering Gang Members to Develop Sustainable Futures
- Connie Corley, Cruzando Puentes: Crossing Cultural Bridges to Sustainable Futures
David Blake Willis, A Visual Ethnography of Boyle Heights: Questioning Sustainable Futures and Pasts
- Student Eliza Von Baeyer, The Bridge from a Contentious Present to a Sustainable Future for Boyle Heights: The Importance of Visual and Social Media Narratives
- Discussants: Student Claude Cloutier and Alumni Marc Hanlan
8-9:50 am Wednesday, Anthony
Student Shelli Hendricks, Measuring the Effectiveness of an International Sea Turtle Internship Program in Developing Future Leaders
Noon to 1:30 Wednesday, Franklin
Resilience and Sustainability (Risk & Disaster TIG)
Wayne Chang, Effective Social Media Use in the Response Phase of a Disaster by Distant Spontaneous Volunteers to Organize the Initial Chaos to Build a Sustainable Future
1:30-3:20 Wednesday, Tubman
Organizational Culture, Practices, and Change (Business TIG)
Claude Cloutier and Marc Hanlan, A Healthy and Distributively Just Organization Is a Sustainable Organization: What Is Healthy Distributive Justice?
3:30-5:20 Wednesday, Regency C1
Care and the State
Chair: Student Kimberly Cantergiani
- Alumna Colette Street, Where Is the Love? And Why Creating Sustainable Futures for Families Post CPS Case Closure Can’t Work Without It
- Kimberly Cantergiani, Women, Children, Violence and Homelessness: A Case Study of a Sustainable Systems-Based Program
See the SfAA website for more information on the meeting.