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Conerly Casey
Associate Professor

2015 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Casey, Conerly. "The Sensory Politics of Armed Conflict in Northern Nigeria." Department of Anthropology and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Syracuse University. Syracuse, NY. 29 Jan. 2015. Lecture. ∆

Casey, Conerly. "Accumulating Knowledge in the Gulf: Perspectives on Communicating and Archiving Across Disciplines." The State of Research in the Gulf. Gulf Studies Center, American University of Kuwait. Salmiya, Kuwait. 16 Mar. 2015. Conference Presentation. ∆ ≠

Casey, Conerly. "Sensory Politics and War: Affective Anchoring and Vitality in Nigeria and Kuwait." Political Subjectivities Workshop. Robert Lemelson Psychocultural Foundation and Columbia University. New York, NY. 31 May 2015. Conference Presentation. ∆

Casey, Conerly. "Mediating Violence: Media, Arts and Bodily Traces of War in Kuwait." Middle East Studies Association. Middle East Studies Association. Denver, CO. 21 Nov. 2015. Conference Presentation. ∆

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

Casey, Conerly. "States of Emergency: Armed Youths and Mediations of Islam in Northern Nigeria." Journal of International and Global Studies 5. 2 (2014): 1-18. Print. «

Book Chapter

Casey, Conerly. "The Art of Suffering: Postcolonial (mis) apprehensions of Nigerian art." Suffering, Art, and Aesthetics. Ed. Ratiba Hadj-Moussa and Michael Nijwahan. New York, NY: Palgrave McMillan Press, 2014. 125-150. Print. «

Casey, Conerly. "Amplifying Memory: Topographies, Collaborations, Mediations in Post-Invasion Kuwait." Genocide and Mass Violence: Memory, Symptom, and Intervention. Ed. Alex Hinton and Devon Hinton. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2014. 83-104. Print. «

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Casey, Conerly. "Media and the Self-fashioning of Islamic Piety in Northern Nigeria." American Anthropological Association Meetings. American Anthropological Association. Washington, D.C.. 3-7 Dec. 2014. Conference Presentation. *

Casey, Conerly. "Affective Traces of War: Memory, Media and Arts in Post-invasion Kuwait." Panel Entitled Perspectives on Memory and Identity Regarding the Iraqi Invasion of Kuwai. Middle East Studies Association. Washington, D.C.. 21-25 Nov. 2014. Conference Presentation. *

Casey, Conerly. "Media and Contours of Islam in the Sensory Politics of Northern Nigeria." Performance of Belonging, Difference and Exclusion in Muslim Africa Workshop. Nordic Africa Institute. Uppsala, Sweden. 5-6 Dec. 2014. Conference Presentation. *

Casey, Conerly. "Bollywood and Spirit Possession in Northern Nigeria." Public Lecture, sponsored by the Anthropology Club. American University of Kuwait. Kuwait City, Kuwait. 6 Jan. 2014. Guest Lecture. *

2013 Submissions

Book Chapter

Casey, Conerly. "Mediating Justice: Youth, Media and Affective Justice in the Politics of Northern Nigeria." Democracy and Prebendalism in Nigeria: Critical Interpretations. Ed. Wale Adebanwi and Ebenezer Obadare. New York, NY: Palgrave Mcmillan Press, 2013. 201-226. Print. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Casey, Conerly . "Bollywood Banned, and the Electrifying Palmasutra." Asian Video Cultures. Brown University. Providence, RI. 26 Oct. 2013. Conference Presentation. ∆

Casey, Conerly. "Media, and Contours of Islam in Northern Nigeria." Performance of Belonging, Difference and Exclusion in Muslim Africa. Nordic Africa Institute. Uppsala, Sweden. 6 Dec. 2013. Conference Presentation. ∆

Casey, Conerly. "Bollywood, Embodiments of Mediated Sensorial, and the Sensory Politics of Northern Nigeria." Society for Psychological Anthropology Meeting. Society for Psychological Anthropology. San Diego, CA. 6 Apr. 2013. Conference Presentation. ∆

Casey, Conerly. "Scalarities of Feeling: Consciousness, and Affective Registers in the Sensory Politics of Northern Nigeria." American Anthropological Association Meeting. American Anthropological Association. Chicago, IL. 20 Nov. 2013. Conference Presentation.

2011 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Casey, Conerly. "Amplifying Memory: Topographies, Collaborations, Mediations in Post-invasion Kuwait." Mind, Medicine and Culture. University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Anthropology and Center for Near East Studies. Los Angeles, CA. 25 Apr. 2011. Lecture. ∆ ≠

Casey, Conerly. "Mediating 'Justice': Youths, Media and Affective Justice in the Politics of Northern Nigeria." Democracy and Prebendal Politics in Nigeria: Critical Reinterpretations. Kayode Fayemi, Governor of Ekiti State, Nigeria, host; Dr. Wale Adebanwi and Dr. Ebenezer Obadare, coorganizers. Eko Hotel, Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria. 10 Sep. 2011. Conference Presentation. ∆ ≠

Casey, Conerly. "Vigilant Attunements: Danger and the Magic-art of Global Media; Current work in person centered ethnography: Tensions Between Subjects and their Milieux." Society for Psychological Anthropology Biennial meetings. Society for Psychological Anthropology; Jacob Hickman, organizer. Sheraton Delfina Hotel, Los Angeles, CA. 2 Apr. 2011. Conference Presentation. ∆

Casey, Conerly. "Tanko: Witchcraft Affliction and Paranoid Schizophrenia; Panel title: Cultural Variability in Schizophrenia: What We Do and Don't Know." Society for Psychological Anthropology Biennial meetings. Society for Psychological Anthropology. Sheraton Delfina Hotel, Los Angeles, CA. 2 Apr. 2011. Conference Presentation. ∆

Casey, Conerly. "Vigilant Attunements: Violence and the Magic-Art of Global Media in Northern Nigeria." Panel title: The Aesthetics of the Global, organized by Bhaskar Sarkar and Bishnu Ghosh. Society for Cinema and Media Studies Annual meetins. New Orleans, LA. 11 Mar. 2011. Conference Presentation. ∆

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Casey, Conerly. “Remembering Genocide: Hypocrisy and the Violence of Local/Global Justice in Northern Nigeria.” Transitional Justice: Global Mechanisms and Local Realities after Genocide and Mass Violence, 2010. 171-199. Print. *

Casey, Conerly. “Hypocrisy, Spatial (In)justice and Youthful Policing in Northern Nigeria.” Justice et Injustices Spatiales, 2010. 201-218. Print. ≠ *