‘A Can of Worms: Open Data, Replication and Evidence-Making in Global Health.’ Ethox Centre, University of Oxford, UK. 15 May 2019. (E. Sanders)
Discussant. Workshop on ‘Bureaucratizing Science.’ University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA. 6 May 2019. (T. Sanders)
‘Trustworthy knowledge? Social Sciences, Public Policy and Global Environmental Change.’ Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Co-sponsored by the Departments of Anthropology & Geography. 22 March 2019.
Keynote Lecture. ‘Uncomfortable Grounds: Some Thoughts on Trump, Marching for Science and Climate Change.’ McMaster Anthropology Society Annual Symposium. McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada. 9 March 2019. (T. Sanders)
‘Open Data, Global Health and Specificities of Knowledge.’ SBHS Seminar, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, 21 January 2019. (E. Sanders).
‘Accounting for Opacity: Anthropological Conundrums in an Age of Openness.’ 15th biennial conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists, Stockholm University, Sweden, 14–17 August 2018.
‘Knowledge Puzzles and Paradoxes: How Anthropological Knowledges on Climate Change (Don’t) Move.’ 15th biennial conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists, Stockholm University, Sweden, 14–17 August 2018.
‘Opening a Can of Worms: Replication, Reduction and the Production of Evidence in Global Health.’ Workshop on ‘Mapping Morality in Global Health.’ Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities. University of Cambridge, UK, 26–27 June 2018. (E. Sanders)
Better Science Ideathon. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. 23 April 2018.
‘Openness.’ Workshop on ‘Words and Worlds: A Lexicon for Dark Times.’ Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, 22–23 September 2017. (T. Sanders)
Discussant. Workshop on ‘Ethnographic Approaches to Willful Blindness,’ co-sponsored by the Department of Social Anthropology & Conservation, University of Kent, and Department of Anthropology, London School of Economics. Canterbury Cathedral Lodge, Kent, 16–17 June 2017. (T. Sanders)
‘Can Anthropologists Give Good Advice? Climate Change, Policy-Relevant Science and Neoliberal Governance’. 115th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Minneapolis, MN 16–20 November 2016.
‘Experiments in Collaboration: Producing (Anthropological?) Knowledge on Global Change Science’. Society for Cultural Anthropology Biennial Meeting, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 13–14 May 2016.
‘Collaborations in Climate Change Research.’ Paper prize-winners’ workshop of the British Sociological Association’s Climate Change Study Group, University of Nottingham. 15 March 2016.
‘Doing Research in the Anthropocene: What Role for Anthropology?’ Department of Anthropology, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT. 8 October 2015. (T. Sanders)
‘Trustworthy Knowledges? Social Sciences and the Climate Change Challenge’. School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Yale University, New Haven, CT. 5 October 2015.
‘Trustworthy Knowledges? Social Sciences and the Climate Change Challenge’. Department of Anthropology, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. 2 October 2015.
‘Climate Change and the Optics of Evil’. 113th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington DC. 3–7 December 2014.
‘Magic, Religion and Science: Putting Evidence to Work.’ Café Scientifique, Streetsville, Ontario, 23 November 2014.
‘Can the Anthropologist Speak? Representing Others in the Anthropocene’. Workshop on ‘The Ethnographic Pact: New Frontiers of Representation in the Anthropology of Suffering and Inequality.’ Centre for Ethnography, UTSC, Ontario. 7–8 November 2014.
‘Managing Planet Earth: Anthropology and the Climate Change Challenge’. Conference on ‘Transfusion and Transformation: the Creative Potential of Interdisciplinary Knowledge Exchange.’ Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University, UK, 15–17 July 2014.
‘Accountability and the Academy: A Critical Exploration of Human Dimensions of Climate Change Research’. Conference on ‘Transfusion and Transformation: the Creative Potential of Interdisciplinary Knowledge Exchange’. Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University, UK, 15–17 July 2014.