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Volume 89, #1 • Winter 2016





Carwil Bjork-James on Marisol de la Cadena’s Earth Beings: Ecologies of Practice
Across Andean Worlds


Nicolas Howe on Eben Kirksey’s Emergent Ecologies


Girish Daswani on Webb Keane’s Ethical Life: Its Natural and Social Histories






Lesley Jo Weaver on Veena Das’s Affliction: Health, Disease, Poverty


Shunsuke Nozawa on Jason Danely’s Aging and Loss: Mourning and Maturity in Contemporary Japan


Nigel Rapport on Michael Jackson’s Harmattan: A Philosophical Fiction




Frederick Klaits on Andrea C. Abrams’s God and Blackness: Race, Gender,
and Identity in a Middle-Class Afrocentric Church


Lauren E. Deal on Rebekah Park’s The Reappeared: Argentine Former
Political Prisoners


Robert Phillips on Moshe Shokeid’s Gay Voluntary Associations in New York: Public

Sharing and Private Lives


Anar Parikh on Ahmed Afzal’s Lone Star Muslims: Transnational Lives and the South
Asian Experience in Texas




Estella Carpi on Diana Allan’s Refugees of the Revolution: Experiences of
Palestinian Exile


Justin T. McDaniel on Andrew Alan Johnson’s Ghosts of the New City: Spirits, Urbanity,
and the Ruins of Progress in Chiang Mai


Netta van Vliet on Ilana Feldman’s Police Encounters: Security and Surveillance in
Gaza under Egyptian Rule


Volume 89, #1

Winter 2016


To Bind and To Bound: Commensuration Across Boundries