FEATURING:

Imagineering Otherness: Anthropological Legacies in Contemporary Tourism

by Noel B. Salazar

Volume 86, #3

Summer 2013

Most titles for this issue (vol 86, #3) link to article abstracts.
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Volume 86, #3 • Summer 2013

 

FEATURING:

Imagineering Otherness: Anthropological Legacies in Contemporary Tourism

by Noel B. Salazar

 

ARTICLES:

Lydia Boyd  |  The Problem with Freedom: Homosexuality and Human Rights in Uganda

Susanne Cohen  |  Image of a Secretary: A Metapragmatic Morality for Post-Soviet Capitalism

Karen Pennesi  |  Predictions as Lies in Ceará, Brazil: The Intersection of Two Cultural Models

Marina Peterson |  Sound Work: Music as Labor and the 1940s Recording Bans of the American Federation of Musicians

Natasha Pravaz |  Tambor de Crioula in Strange Places: The Travels of an Afro-Brazilian Play Form

Jennifer F. Reynolds |  (Be)laboring Childhoods in Postville, Iowa

David Florido, Beltrán Roca & José Luis Gutiérrez Molina  |  Tightening the Screws: Autonomy, Collective Action, and Violence in Puerto Real During the Second Shipbuilding Restructuring

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

Thomas Abowd  |  Aseel Sawalha’s Reconstructing Beirut: Memory and Space in a Postwar Arab City

Chloe Ahmann |  Mahmood Mamdani’s Define and Rule: Native as Political Identity

Olga Demetriou  |  Yael Navaro-Yashin’s The Make-Believe Space: Affective Geography in a Postwar Polity

Eric Plemons |  Rachel Prentice’s Bodies In Formation: An Ethnography of Anatomy and Surgery Education

María Eugenia Ulfe  |  Kimberly Theidon’s Intimate Enemies: Violence and Reconciliation in Peru