Roundtable


Reviewed by: Association for Political and Legal Anthropology

(6-0485) Empathy Matters: Teaching Interventions in a Time of Intensive Inequality and Division

Sunday, December 3
12:15 PM - 2:00 PM

Of interest to: Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students, Those Involved in Mentoring Activities

Nora Haenn

Associate Professor
North Carolina State University

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Madelaine B Adelman

Professor
Arizona State University

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    Madelaine B Adelman

    Professor
    Arizona State University

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      Madelaine B Adelman

      Professor
      Arizona State University

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        Michelle A Marzullo

        Chair and Professor
        California Institute of Integral Studies

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          Mark A Schuller

          Northern Illinois University

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            Melanie A. Medeiros

            Assistant Professor
            SUNY, Geneseo

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              Jen Sandler

              University of Massachusetts, Amherst

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