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【AAA】 August AnthroSource eDigest

2013.08.30

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American
Ethnologist

City &
Society

Cultural
Anthropology


 

American
Ethnologist

The judicialization of biopolitics: Claiming
the right to pharmaceuticals in Brazilian courts (pages
419-436)

JOÃO BIEHL
Volume 40, Issue 3

How to do things to children with words:
Language, ritual, and apocalypse in pediatric HIV
treatment in Botswana (pages 437-451)

BETSEY BEHR BRADA
Volume 40, Issue 3

The social aesthetics of eligibility: NGO aid
and indeterminacy in the Greek asylum process (pages
452-466)

HEATH CABOT
Volume 40, Issue 3

On Christianity and ethics: Rupture as
ethical practice in Ghanaian Pentecostalism (pages
467-479)

GIRISH
DASWANI
Volume 40, Issue
3

Recovering debts: Microfinance loan officers
and the work of "proxy-creditors" in India (pages
480-493)

SOHINI KAR
Volume 40, Issue 3

Accounting for silence: Inheritance, debt,
and the moral economy of legal redress in China and
Japan (pages 494-507)

YUKIKO KOGA
Volume 40, Issue 3

Clean fake: Authenticating documents and
persons in migrant Moscow (pages 508-524)

MADELEINE REEVES
Volume 40, Issue 3

The photographer's body: Populism,
polarization, and the uses of victimhood in Venezuela
(pages 525-539)

ROBERT
SAMET
Volume 40, Issue
3

Reckoning with press freedom: Community
media, liberalism, and the processual state in Caracas,
Venezuela (pages 540-554)

NAOMI SCHILLER
Volume 40, Issue 3

The poetics of village space when villages
are new: Settlement form as history making in Papua,
Indonesia (pages 555-570)

RUPERT STASCH
Volume 40, Issue 3



City & Society

Special Issue Editors' Note (pages
157-158)

JOSHUA BARKER,
MIEKE DE GELDER and SHERI GIBBINGS
Volume 25, Issue 2

Introduction to Special Issue: Figuring the
Transforming City (pages 159-172)

JOSHUA BARKER, ERIK HARMS and
JOHAN LINDQUIST
Volume 25,
Issue 2

The New Normal: The Figure of the Condo Owner
in Toronto's Regent Park (pages 173-194)

SHARON KELLY
Volume 25, Issue 2

The Boss: Conspicuous Invisibility in Ho Chi
Minh City (pages 195-215)

ERIK HARMS
Volume 25, Issue 2

Emissaries of the Modern: The Foreign Teacher
in Urban China (pages 216-234)

ERIC S. HENRY
Volume 25, Issue 2

Unseen Powers and Democratic Detectives:
Street Vendors in an Indonesian City (pages
235-259)

SHERI
GIBBINGS
Volume 25, Issue
2

A Detective Story Writer: Exploring Stockholm
as It Once Was (pages 260-270)

ULF HANNERZ
Volume 25, Issue 2

Afterword: How the Figure Figures (pages
271-277)

MICHAEL
LAMBEK
Volume 25, Issue
2





Cultural
Anthropology

TOC (pages i-ii)
Volume 28, Issue 3

EDITORS' NOTE (pages 369-371)
NNE ALLISON and CHARLES
PIOT
Volume 28, Issue 3

MEXICAN GENOMICS AND THE ROOTS OF RACIAL
THINKING (pages 372-395)

JOHN HARTIGAN
Volume 28, Issue 3

T/RACING BELONGING THROUGH CUBAN TOURISM
(pages 396-419)

L.
KAIFA ROLAND
Volume 28,
Issue 3

BEYOND FACT OR FICTION: On the Materiality of
Race in Practice (pages 420-442)

AMADE M'CHAREK
Volume 28, Issue 3

SITTING AT THE KITCHEN TABLE: Fieldnotes from
Women of Color in Anthropology : Introduction: Gender,
Race, and Anthropological Practice (pages
443-463)

TAMI NAVARRO,
BIANCA WILLIAMS and ATTIYA AHMAD
Volume 28, Issue 3

NOTES ON CULTURAL CITIZENSHIP IN THE BLACK
ATLANTIC WORLD (pages 464-474)

KAMARI M. CLARKE
Volume 28, Issue 3

SHIFTING MULTICULTURAL CITIZENSHIP: Trinidad
Orisha Opens the Road (pages 475-489)

N. FADEKE CASTOR
Volume 28, Issue 3

CUBAN CABILDOS, CULTURAL POLITICS, AND
CULTIVATING A TRANSNATIONAL YORUBA CITIZENRY (pages
490-503)

AMANDA D.
CONCHA-HOLMES
Volume 28,
Issue 3

BLACK ATLANTIC VISIONS: History, Race, and
Transnationalism in Ghana (pages 504-518)

BAYO HOLSEY
Volume 28, Issue 3

RACIAL SITUATIONS: Nationalist Vindication
and Radical Deconstructionism (pages 519-526)

DEBORAH A. THOMAS
Volume 28, Issue 3

DNA ETHNICITY AS BLACK SOCIAL ACTION? (pages
527-536)

ALONDRA
NELSON
Volume 28, Issue
3

BLACK ISRAELITES: DNA and then Some (pages
537-539)

JOHN L.
JACKSON JR.
Volume 28,
Issue 3

AFFECT AND REARTICULATING THE RACIAL
"UN-SAYABLES" (pages 540-543)

WAHNEEMA LUBIANO
Volume 28, Issue 3

THE CLOSET, ITS CONVENTIONS, AND ANTI-RACIST
CRITICISM (pages 544-546)

ROBYN WIEGMAN
Volume 28, Issue 3

RACE IN AFRICA TODAY: A Commentary (pages
547-551)

JEMIMA
PIERRE
Volume 28, Issue
3

RACE/SEX THEORY 'TOWARD A NEW AND MORE
POSSIBLE MEETING' (pages 552-555)

JAFARI S. ALLEN
Volume 28, Issue 3

NIGGA: The 21st-Century Theoretical Superhero
(pages 556-563)

MARK
ANTHONY NEAL
Volume 28,
Issue 3

PLAYLISTS: What Our Grads and Recent Grads
Are Reading (pages 564-571)

NICOLA BULLED, JENNA GRANT,
JESSICA LOCKREM, SPENCER OREY, MICHAL RAN-RUBIN and
JONAH RUBIN
Volume 28,
Issue 3




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