Conference Presentations

March 28th, 2013

Avery-Natale, Edward. “Narratives of Transition Within a Subculture: A Case
Study of Nomadic Punks.” Presented at the American Popular Culture
Association / American Culture Association Annual Conference. Washington,
D.C.

April 20th, 2011

Avery-Natale, Edward.  “The Physical Presentation of Resistance among Anarcho-Punks in Philadelphia.”  Presented at the American Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association Annual Conference.  San Antonio, Texas.

January 15th, 2010

Avery-Natale, Edward.  “We’re Here, We’re Queer, We’re Anarchists: The Nature of Identification and Subjectivity Among Black-Blocs.”  Presented at the North American Anarchist Studies Network Conference.  Toronto, Canada.

November 22nd, 2009

Avery-Natale, Edward.  “Narratives of Entrance into Anarcho-Punk in Philadelphia.”  Presented at the North American Anarchist Studies Network Conference. Hartford, Connecticut.

July 12th, 2009

Avery-Natale, Edward.  “The God Metaphor: The Origins of the Belief in God and Religious Thought in Evolutionary Linguistics.”  Presented at the Northeastern Evolutionary Psychology Conference.  Oswego, New York.

April 4th, 2008

Avery-Natale, Edward.  “Explanations for Attitudes Regarding Immigration in an Enlarging European Union, 2002 – 2004.”  Presented at the 2008 Sociology Graduate Student Conference, Temple University.  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

November 6th, 2004

Natale, Edward.  “The Effect of Musical Preference on Political Attitudes and Voting Behavior.”  Presented at the 2004 Society for Applied Sociology meeting.  Bethesda, Maryland.

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