SPECIAL COLLECTION:

Energopower and Biopower
in Transition

 

Introduction by Dominic Boyer

Volume 87, #2

Spring 2014

Most titles for this issue (vol 87, #2) link to article abstracts.
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Volume 87, #2 • Spring 2014

 

SPECIAL COLLECTION

Energopower and Biopower in Transition

 

Dominic Boyer  |  Energopower: An Introduction

Catherine Alexander & Joshua O. Reno |  From Biopower to Energopolitics in England’s Modern Waste Technology

Gökçe Günel |  Ergos: A New Energy Currency

Cymene Howe  |  Anthropocenic Ecoauthority: The Winds of Oaxaca

Hannah Knox  |  Footprints in the City: Models, Materiality and the Cultural Politics of Climate Change

Douglas Rogers |  Energopolitical Russia: Corporation, State, and the Rise of Social and Cultural Projects

Imre Szeman  |  On Energopolitics

 

ARTICLES:

Heather Hindman & Robert Oppenheim  |  Lines of Labor and Desire: “Korean Quality” in Contemporary Kathmandu

Nancy J. Burke |  Local Biologies and Ecologies of Screening: Tracing the Aftereffects of the “Shanghai Study”

 

POLYGLOT PERSPECTIVES:

Matei Candea  |  “There is Something”: Charlie Galibert's Corsica

 

NEW RELEASE BOOK REVIEWS:

Allison Alexy  |  Anne Allison’s Precarious Japan

Courtney Handman |  Matthew Engelke’s God’s Agents: Biblical Publicity in Contemporary England

Jane Monnig Atkinson  |  Renato Rosaldo’s The Day of Shelly’s Death: The Poetry
and Ethnography of Grief

Alex Khasnabish  |  Janet Roitman’s Anti-Crisis

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

Florence E. Babb |  Susan Frohlick’s Sexuality, Women, and Tourism: Cross-Border Desires through Contemporary Travel

C.W. Anderson |  Dominic Boyer’s The Life Informatic: Newsmaking in the Digital Era

Jin-Heon Jung |  Sonia Ryang’s Reading North Korea: An Ethnological Inquiry