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Volume 86, #4 • Fall 2013

 

SPECIAL COLLECTION:

Everyday Experiences of the State in the Margins:
Memory, Belonging, Violence

 

INTRODUCTION:
Mariane C. Ferme  |  Localizing the State

Robin Maria DeLugan |  Commemorating from the Margins of the Nation: El Salvador 1932, Indigeneity, and Transnational Belonging

Yuko Okubo  |  From “Contested” Multiculturalism to “Localized” Multiculturalism: Chinese and Vietnamese Youth in Osaka, Japan

Krisjon Olson  |  After the Peace: The Contagion of Violence at the Margins of the Guatemalan State

 

ARTICLES:

Andrew Alan Johnson |  Moral Knowledge and its Enemies: Conspiracy and Kingship in Thailand

Berardino Palumbo  |  A Baron, Some Guides, and a Few Ephebic Boys: Cultural Intimacy, Sexuality, and Heritage in Sicily

Agnes Kedzierska Manzon  |  Humans and Things: Mande “Fetishes” as Subjects

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

Anthony F. Aveni |  John E. Staller & Brian Stross’s Lightning in the Andes and Mesoamerica: Pre-Columbian, Colonial, and Contemporary Perspectives

James S. Bielo  |  Justin G. Wilford’s Sacred Subdivisions: The Postsuburban Transformation of American Evangelicalism

Alice Elliot  |  Hans Lucht’s Darkness Before Daybreak: African Migrants Living on the Margins in Southern Italy Today

David Sutton |  Charles Stewart’s Dreaming and Historical Consciousness in Island Greece

Volume 86, #4

Fall 2013

SPECIAL COLLECTION:

Everyday Experiences of the
State in the Margins: Memory, Belonging, Violence