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Volume 88, #2 • Spring 2015



Kinship Chronotopes


Danilyn Rutherford |  About Time: Introductory Discussion for Kinship Chronotopes

Janet McIntosh  |  Autochthony and “Family”: The Politics of Kinship in White Kenyan Bids to Belong

Patrick Eisenlohr  |  Mediating Disjunctures of Time: Ancestral Chronotopes in
Ritual and Media Practices

Nicholas Harkness |  Basic Kinship Terms: Christian Relations, Chronotopic Formulations, and a Korean Confrontation of Language

Christopher Ball |  Avoidance as Alterity Stance: An Upper Xinguan Affinity Chronotope

Shunsuke Nozawa  |  Phatic Traces: Sociality in Contemporary Japan

Asif Agha  |  Chronotopic Formulations and Kinship Behaviors in Social History



Erica Weiss |  Beyond Mystification: Hegemony, Resistance, and Ethical Responsibility in Israel

Jason De León, Cameron Gokee & Ashley Schubert |  “By the Time I Get to Arizona”: Citizenship, Materiality, and Contested Identities Along the US—Mexico Border

John Hartigan  |  Plant Publics: Multispecies Relating in Spanish Botanical Gardens

Işılay Gürsu  |  “If You Do Not Visit, We Will Take It Away”: An Analysis of Communication Campaign for Italian Cultural Heritage

Rogers Tabe Egbe Orock  |  Elites, Culture, and Power: The Moral Politics of “Development” in Cameroon



Bjørn Enge Bertelsen |  Juan Obarrio’s The Spirit of the Lawsin Mozambique

Barbara Andersen  |  Alice Street’s Biomedicine in an Unstable Place: Infrastructure
and Personhood in a Papua New Guinean Hospital



Natalie Newton  |  Eng-Beng Lim’s Brown Boys and Rice Queens: Spellbinding Performance in the Asias

Volume 88 #2

Spring 2015


Kinship Chronotopes

Edited by Christopher Ball and Nicholas Harkness