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Recent conference presentations:

Clockwork discipline, imperial infinity and out-of-timeness: Dissonant temporalities within a British child migration project. In a panel: Projects and Project Temporalities: Timelines, phases, aftermaths. August 30, 2019. At the Biennial Conference of the Finnish Anthropological Society.

Displacement and Dissolution of Relatedness: Reflections on dismemberment in the case of British child migrants to colonial Southern Rhodesia. In a panel: Dismemberment: Movement, Personhood and Collectivity. November 14, 2018. At the 2018 American Anthropological Association Annual General Meeting in San Jose, California.

Revising and Re-Voicing a Silenced Past: Transformative intentions in a public apology to the British child migrants. In a panel convened by Katja Uusihakala & Timo Kaartinen: Vulnerable pasts. April 21, 2018. At the SANT/FAS 2018 Conference: Vulnerabilities. Uppsala, Sweden.