Videos of Presentations

Keynote by Asif Agha, Professor, Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania: Pecuniary media and participation frameworks from Cowries to Bitcoin

Panel 1: Scales of Participation and Community (Un)Belonging

Lynnette  Arnold, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Brown University, & Hilary Parsons Dick, Associate Professor, Historical and Political Studies, Arcadia University: From Distant Brother to Dangerous Animal: A Transnational Participation Framework of Migrant Interpellation

Maria Khachaturyan, Postdoctoral Researcher, Helsinki University Humanities Programme, University of Helsinki: Knowing is belonging: recognitional deixis and emergence of common ground in religious conversion

Hanna Lantto, Postdoctoral Researcher, Foreign Languages and Translation Studies, University of Eastern Finland: Participation and personal investment in reclaiming an ethnic label

Panel 2: Institutions and the Regimentation of Participation

E. Summerson Carr, Associate Professor, Social Service Administration, University of Chicago: Lay Participation and the Rhetorical Production of (In)expertise

Elina I. Hartikainen, Core Fellow, Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies: Making Participatory Democracy: Reconciling Deliberation and Hierarchy in an Afro-Brazilian Religious Meeting

Irina Piippo, Postdoctoral Researcher, Finnish, Finno-Ugrian and Scandinavian Studies, University of Helsinki: Your language or mine? – Politics of Participation in Immigrant Integration Training Classrooms

Keynote by Celia Lury, Director, Center for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick: People Like You: shifters as figures of speech

Panel 3: The Participatory Logics of Mass Media

Asif Agha, Professor, Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania: Pecuniary Media, Advertisements and Political Tracts

Andrew Graan, University Lecturer, Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Helsinki: Reflections on Mass Publicity and the Politics of Participation