Stam, K., Nelson, A., & A. Woodworth (2019). “Experiences of Resettlement and Religious Identity for Bhutanese-Nepali Refugee Families for Bhutanese-Nepali Refugee Families in the United States.” Accepted at Society for Applied Anthropology but unable to travel to Albuquerque to present.
Stam, K. (2019). “A Love Triangle, A Rocket Festival, and An Albino Squirrel: Creative Writing using the Thai Epic Poem Nang Ai PhaDaeng. Lao Studies Association. Cornell University. June 13-15.
Stam, K. (2018). “Wing of Crow: Writing memoir as an anthropologist.” AAA meetings. San Jose, CA. Nov. 14-18.
Stam, K. (2018). “Collecting and Archiving Photos of Resettled Refugees in Utica, NY,” WCILCOS Conference at Cornell University. Sept. 26-28.
Stam, K. (2018). “Perspectives on Religious Identity, Caste, and Culture for Bhutanese-Nepali Families in the U.S.” The Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies Conference. Kathmandu, Nepal. July 25-27.
Stam, K. & Doe Doe Keh (2018). Video: Our Utica. Displacements Online Conference. Society for Cultural Anthropology. April 19. (https://displacements.jhu.edu/)
Stam, K. (2017). “Secondary Migration Among Bhutanese-Nepali Refugees in Utica, NY.” Nepal and Himalayan Studies Conference. Boulder, CO: University of Colorado. Sept. 1-4.
Stam, K. (2017). “Refugees Starting Over in Utica, NY,” in session, New Refugee Communities. Southeast Asian American Studies. Lowell, MA: University of Mass at Lowell. July 27-29.
Stam, K. (2016). “Asian Utica” in the panel, “Places, Identities, and Cultural Politics in Asia and Asian Diaspora,” New York Conference on Asian Studies. Utica College. Sept 23-24. Utica, NY.
Stam, K. (2016). “The Faces of Refugee Resettlement in Central New York,” in the panel, “Migration, Community, and Culture in the Northeast.” The New England Anthropological Association. April 22. Saratoga Springs, NY.
Stam, K. (2016). “The Information Landscape of Bhutanese-Nepali Refugees in the U.S.: A case study of multicultural Utica, NY.” Himalayan Studies Conference. Austin, TX. Feb. 25-28.
Stam, K. (2015). “Trust and Identity for Bhutanese-Nepali Refugees in the U.S.” Panel: Reflections from the Field: Methods and Research. Annual Conference on South Asia. University of Wisconsin, Madison. Oct. 24-5.
Stam, K. (2015). “Snapshots of Resettlement: Stories of Asian Refugees in Upstate NY.” Asian Studies Association Conference, Global Asia: Social, Cultural, and Political Spaces. Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY. Oct 16-17.
Stam, K. and Kingston, L. (2015). “Resettled Refugee Perspectives on Community, Social Support, and Citizenship: Case Study Comparing Two Asian Groups in Utica, NY” 75th Annual Meeting of the Society of Applied Anthropology: Continuity and Change, Pittsburgh, PA, March 24-28.
Kingston, L. and Stam, K. (2015). “Recovering from Statelessness: Resettled Karen and Bhutanese-Nepali Refugees Reflect on Lack of Legal Nationality.” Western Political Science Association. Las Vegas, NV.
Stam, K. (2014). “Cultural Adaptation for a Bhutanese-Nepali Community in Utica, NY.” Himalayan Studies Conference. New Haven, CT, Yale University. March 15-18.
Stam, K. and Acharya, D. (2013). “Yogurt and Black Jack: Bhutanese-Nepali Refugees and Work in Upstate New York.” American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. Nov. 24, 2013.
Kingston, L., and Stam, K. (2013). “Online Advocacy: A Web Analysis of Human Rights NGOs,” International Studies Association (ISA), 54th Annual Convention, San Francisco, April 3-6, 2013.
Stam, K. (2012). “Refugees in the U.S.: What we can learn about refugee life from Facebook photos.” American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, San Fran, CA. Nov. 15.
Stam, K. (2012). “Kapow! Bringing online courses alive!” Technologies in Education Conference, College of St. Rose, Albany, NY. May 17-18.
Stam, K. (2011). “How Thais Remember and Forget the Deceased: Understanding the Creation, Content, and Meaning of Northeast Thai Memorial Books,” American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, November 16-20.
Stam, K. and Canale, A. (2011). “Teaching Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) using Collaborative Online Tools,” Empire State College, Center for Distance Learning, Saratoga Springs, NY.
Stam, K. (2010). “Using the Internet to Study Culture and Ethnicities of the Mekong Region: Websphere Analysis Research Methodology,” Changing Ways of Life of Ethnicities in the Mekong Region, Ubon Ratchatani University, Thailand. Nov. 11-12.
Guzman, I., Galvez, S., Stam, K and Stanton, J. (2010). “Information Security Practices in Latin America: The case of Bolivia” for publication in the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems. Lima, Peru. Aug.
Stam, K. (2010). “Northeast Thai-Lao Cremation Volumes.” The Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, March 25-28.
Stam, K. and Washburn, T. (2009). “Gender and Sexuality in Second Life: Implications for Educators,” Association of Internet Researchers Conference. Milwahkee, WI. Oct 8-11.
Stam, K. and Washburn, T. (2009). “Ain’t Nothin’ like the First Time: Educators’ Initial Experiences in Second Life,” Conference on Instructional Technologies Conference, May 20.
Stam, K. Guzman, I, and Stanton, J. (2009). “The Use of Inoculation Theory and Online Social Networking for Enhancing Attractiveness of IT Occupations,” ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference. Limerick, Ireland. May 28-30.
Stam, K. (2009). “Tibetan Women Marry All of the Brothers: Using Examples from Afar to Bring Ideas Home”Annual Regional Conference, Live Locally, Learn Globally: Discover Change in Distance Education hosted by the Center for Distance Learning at Empire State College on April 24-25.
Stam, K. (2009). “Thai Cremation Volumes: A Unique Genre.” Northeast Anthropological Association, Providence, RI. March 13-14.
Guzman, I., Stam, K., and Stanton, J. (2008). “Encouraging occupational choice in information technology through social networks and online collaboration.” At the Association for Computing Machinery’s Computer-Supported Cooperative Work Conference, Nov 8-12, San Diego, CA.
Stam, K., Guzman, I. and Scialdone, M. (2008). “What to do with Geeks and Nerds?: A Collaborative Website Analysis Workshop.” Third Annual iConference, iFutures: Systems, Selves, Society. UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, Feb 28-Mar 1.
Stam, K. and Guzman, I. (2007). Studying Popular Culture Through Home-Made (Open-source) Internet Scrapbooks and Archives. Philadelphia, PA. Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association Conference – Nov 2.
Stam, K. (2007). Video, “Feeling at Home with a Webcam” to Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning presentation by Steve Schneider at the Conference on Instructional Technology, Plattsburgh, May.
Scialdone, M., Stam, K., and Perretta, H. (2007). “Ethnography Goes High Tech.” Northeastern Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, Ithaca, NY. May.
Stam, Kathryn and Perretta, Heather (2006). “The Virtual Ethnographer’s Toolkit,” at the International Institute for Social History in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Sept.
Stam, Kathryn (2006). “History on a Print Shop Floor: The Role of Thai Cremation/Funeral Volumes in Contemporary Life,” Northeast Anthropological Association Annual Meetings in Mar/Apr.
Stam, Kathryn (2005). “’What’s your Password?’: Using Ethnographic Methods to Study Information Technology in Work Organizations.” American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, Washington, DC. Dec 2.
Stam, Kathryn (2005). “A Decade of HIV/AIDS Prevention with Rural Thai Women” Paper presented at the Northeast Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, Lake Placid, NY., April 4-6.
Stanton, J., Yamodo, I., and Stam, K. (2005). “The Madness of Crowds: Employees Beliefs about Information Security in Relation to Security Outcomes”, paper presented at the Security Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 30-31.
Stanton, J.M, Jolton, J., Mastrangelo, P., and K. Stam (2004). “Behavioral Information Security: Two End User Survey Studies of Motivation and Security Practices.” Americas Conference on Information Systems, Socio-Technical Dimensions in IS Security Track, NYC, Aug. 6-8.
Stanton, J. M., Stam, K. R., Guzman, I., & Caldera, C. (2003). Examining the linkage between organizational commitment and information security. Proceedings of the IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Conference, Washington, DC.
Caldera, C., Guzman, I., Stam, K. R., Vijayasri, V., Yamodo, I., & Stanton, J. M.. Conflict and Cooperation: Occupational Subculture of IT Employees (2004) . Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
Guzman, I., Stanton, J., Stam, K., and V. Vijayasri (2004). “A Qualitative Study of the Occupational Subculture of Information Systems Employees in Organizations.” Paper presented at the Conference of the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Management Information Systems. “Careers, Culture, and Ethics in a Networked Environment.” Tucson, Arizona.
Stanton, J.M., C. Caldera, I. Guzman, A. Isaac, P. Lin, M. Mathur, J. Seymour, C. Spitzmueller, K. Stam, I. Yamodo, and N. Zakaria (2003). “Behavioral Information Security: An Overview, Research Agenda, and Preliminary Results” Paper presented at the Security Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada.
Stanton, J.M., Marcinkowski, S., and K. Stam (2003). “Behavioral Information Security: Defining the Criterion Space.” Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology 2003 Symposium.
Zakaria, N., Stam, K., and J. M. Stanton (2003). “Exploring Security and Privacy Issues in Hospital Information Systems: An Information Boundary Theory Perspective.” Poster presented at the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Foundations of Informatics, Washington, D.C.
Maticka-Tyndale, E., Elkins, D., Rujkarakorn, D., Dole, L., Stam, K., and M. Elkins (1996). “Field-based programmes for reduction of sexual transmission of HIV in Northeast Thailand. Paper presented at the IXth International Conference on AIDS. Vancouver, B.C.
Elkins, D., Rujkarakorn, D., Kuyyakanond, T., Somboonsook, B., and K. Stam (1995). “A Condom Promotion and Distribution Campaign for HIV Prevention in Northeast Thailand.” Poster presented at International Conference on AIDS, Chieng Mai, Thailand.