All titles for this issue (vol 90, #2) link to abstracts.

 

Volume 90, #2 • Spring 2017

 

SPECIAL COLLECTION

Producing Ebola: Creating Knowledge
In and About an Epidemic

INTRODUCTION:

Catherine Bolten & Susan Shepler | Producing Ebola: Creating Knowledge In
and About an Epidemic

ARTICLES:

Annie Wilkinson | Emerging Disease or Emerging Diagnosis? Lassa Fever and
Ebola in Sierra Leone

Mary H. Moran | Missing Bodies and Secret Funerals: The Production of “Safe and Dignified Burials” in the Liberian Ebola Crisis

Adam Goguen & Catherine Bolten | Ebola Through a Glass, Darkly: Ways of Knowing the State and Each Other

Susan Shepler | “We Know Who is Eating the Ebola Money!”: Corruption, the State, and the Ebola Response

SOCIAL THOUGHT & COMMENTARY:

Fred Martineau, Annie Wilkinson & Melissa Parker | Epistemologies of Ebola: Reflections on the Experience of the Ebola Response Anthropology Platform

Adia Benton | Ebola at a Distance: A Pathographic Account of Anthropology’s Relevance

 


BOOK REVIEWS:

Cristina T. Bejarano on Megan Crowley-Matoka’s Domesticating Organ Transplant: Familial Sacrifice and National Aspiration in Mexico

M.W. Amarasiri de Silva & Steven M. Albert on Tom Widger’s Suicide in Sri Lanka: The Anthropology of an Epidemic

Susan Ellison on Daniel M. Goldstein’s Owners of the Security and Survival
in the Informal City

Haidy Geismar on Shannon Lee Dawdy’s Patina: A Profane Archaeology

Cindy Horst on Cathrine Besteman’s Making Refuge: Somali Bantu Refugees
and Lewiston, Maine

Maurice Rafael Magaña on Ulrich Oslender’s The Geographies of Social Movements: Afro-Colombian Mobilization and the Aquatic Space

Leila Sinclair-Bright on Shannon Morreira’s Rights After Wrongs: Local Knowledge and Human Rights in Zimbabwe

Tyler Zoanni on Shanti Parikh’s Regulating Romance: Youth Love Letters,
Moral Anxiety, and Intervention in Uganda’s Time of AIDS

Volume 90, #2

Spring 2017

SPECIAL COLLECTION
Producing Ebola: Creating Knowledge In and About an Epidemic