Smith-Nonini speaks at anthropology conference

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Sandy Smith-Nonini, assistant professor of anthropology, was a presenter on an invited panel at the American Anthropological Association’s annual meeting in New Orleans Nov. 20-24. Her paper, “Back to ‘The Jungle:’ Processing Migrants in North Carolina Meatpacking Plants,” reported on an ethnographic project she did in collaboration with the North Carolina Occupational Safety and Health Project (NCOSH), which focused on workplace hazards affecting the predominantly migrant Latino workforce in poultry and pork plants in Duplin County.