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In November of 2019, Crackdown held a panel at the American Anthropological Association Conference in Vancouver. As drug users, we’ve gotten familiar with what it feels like when anthropology is done to us, when we are its subjects – its Guinea pigs. But in this panel we talk about what it looks like when anthropology is done with us, in partnership.
Garth talks to Crackdown Editorial Board members Jeff Louden and Laura Shaver, and Crackdown Science Advisor Ryan McNeil, about Methadose. Then, Garth leads a discussion with Danya Fast, Research Scientist at the BC Centre on Substance Use and Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at UBC; Helena Hansen, Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at NYU Grossman School of Medicine; and Andrea López, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Maryland.