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Volume 90, #4 • Fall 2017

 

SPECIAL COLLECTION:

Reciprocal Radicalizing: Commemorating
the Work of James A. Boon

 

INTRODUCTION: The Dilemmas of Appreciation

by Ian Whitmarsh, University of California San Francisco
and Alexander S. Dent, George Washington University

 

ARTICLES:

Lévi-Strauss’s Last Laugh—Encore, Encore: A Medley-essay in L’Entre-deux
James A. Boon, University of Princeton

In Search of Adventure: Simmel and Similar Adventures Among (Maya) Ruins
Quetzil E. Castañeda, Indiana University Bloomington

Functionalists Write II: Weird Empathy in Malinowski’s Trobriand Ethnographies
Leo Coleman, Hunter College

Some Winks
Talia Dan-Cohen, Washington University In St. Louis

The Devil in the Deal: Notes Toward an Anthropology of Confidence
Alexander S. Dent, George Washington University

Cutting It Short: James Boon’s Circumcision
Sander Gilman, Emory University

Aftershocks of Relativity
Carol Greenhouse, University of Princeton

New Bedford, Capital of the Nineteenth Century?
John D. Kelly, University of Chicago

A Boon for Old Times
Benjamin Lee, The New School
and Edward LiPuma, University of Miami

Immanent Human(ism)s: Engagements with James A. Boon
Neni Panourgiá, The New School

James Boon: Appreciation and an Invitation
James Peacock, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Witnessing Chimpanzee–Human Closeness: Jane Goodall at Gombe and Since
Daniel A. Segal, Pitzer College

What’s Mine Isn’t (and Neither is What’s Yours): Desire as Debt, the Lacanian Lack, and the Boonian Gift
Ian Whitmarsh, University of California San Francisco

 

Volume 90, #4

Fall 2017

SPECIAL COLLECTION:

Reciprocal Radicalizing: Commemorating the Work
of James A. Boon