Volume 90, #4 • Fall 2017

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

             

Claudio Sopranzetti, Oxford University
on Kate Crehan’s Gramsci’s Common Sense: Inequality and Its Narratives

Christopher Jarrett, University of Texas, San Antonio
on Laura Zanotti’s Radical Territories in the Brazilian Amazon: The Kayapó’s Fight for Just Livelihoods

Britt Halvorson, Colby College
on Kimberly Jenkins Marshall’s Upward, Not Sunwise: Resonant Rupture
in Navajo Neo-Pentecostalism

 

             

Sharon Abramowitz, Rutgers University
on Paul Richards’ Ebola: How a People’s Science Helped End an Epidemic

Jessica Chandras, George Washington University
on Sara Dickey’s Living Class in Urban India

Rehenuma Asmi, Allegheny College
on Pardis Mahdavi’s Crossing the Gulf: Love and Family in Migrant Lives

 

             

Raquel Machaquiero, George Washington University
on Bjørn Enge Bertelsen’s Violent Becomings: State Formation, Sociality, and Power in Mozambique

Christine Hegel, Western Connecticut State University
on Laura Guirguis’s Copts and the Security State: Violence, Coercion,
and Sectarianism in Contemporary Egypt

Kevin Lewis O’Neill, University of Toronto
on Susan Bibler Coutin’s Exiled Home: Salvadoran Transnational Youth
in the Aftermath of Violence

Volume 90, #4

Fall 2017

SPECIAL COLLECTION:

Reciprocal Radicalizing: Commemorating the Work
of James A. Boon