AiT Panel Two: The State, Citizenship, and Identity

The Department of Anthropology at UCI is pleased to be holding our 12th annual graduate student conference, Anthropology in Transit, on February 7-8, 2020. 

Our conference, Stories-so-far: Spatial Knowledges and Imaginaries, explores ideas of circulatory space, spatial margins and centers, placemaking, and practices of spatial justice and resistance. By centering space and place as critical fields of inquiry, we hope to rethink how space has been theorized, mapped, and practiced. Conversations during the conference will continue in the post-conference "Spatial Stories" digital working group.  

This essay will serve as an archive for Panel Two: The State, Citizenship, and Identity.

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February 3, 2020

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Kaitlyn Rabach, Kaitlyn Rabach, Gina Hakim, Jessica Slattery and Danielle Yorleny Tassara. 3 February 2020, "AiT Panel Two: The State, Citizenship, and Identity ", Center for Ethnography, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 21 February 2020, accessed 5 May 2021.