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Volume 93, #4 • Fall 2020

 

All titles for this issue link to abstracts.

 

ARTICLES

Pilar Riaño-Alcalá  |  Stories that Claim: Justice Narratives and Testimonial Practices Among the Wayuu

Carolyn Schwarz  |  Paying for Something Bigger: The Sentiment of Sociality and Health Care Sharing Ministries in the United States

Angela Reyes  |  Real Fake Skin: Semiotics of Skin Lightening in the Philippines

Nadeem Karkabi  |  Self-Liberated Citizens: Unproductive Pleasures, Loss of Self, and Playful Subjectivities in Palestinian Raves

 

SOCIAL THOUGHT & COMMENTARY:

Talia Dan-Cohen  |  I Heart Complexity

Samuele Collu  |  A Therapy of Screens: Psychotherapy and the Visual Apparatus

 

NEW RELEASE BOOK REVIEW:

Jerome Whitington  |  Immanent Futures and the Value of Knowledge

 

BOOK REVIEW ESSAY:

J. Shelby House  |  Viral Ethnographies: Humans, Animals, and One Health Governance in a Zoonotic Age

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

Carolyn Barnes and Peter Benson on Alex Blanchette’s Porkopolis: American Animality, Standardized Life, and The Factory Farm

Eitan Wilf on Andrew Orta’s Making Global MBAs: the Culture of Business and the Business of Culture

M. Ariel Cascio on Elizabeth Fein’s Living on the Spectrum: Austism and Youth in Community

Kathryn A. Mariner on Karla Slocum’s Black Towns, Black Futures: The Enduring Allure of a Black Place in the American West

Alex E. Chávez on Renato Rosaldo’s The Chasers

Erica Caple James on Greg Beckett’s There Is No More Haiti: Between Life and Death in Port-au-Prince

Henri Gooren on Kevin Lewis O’Neill’s Hunted: Predation and Pentecostalism in Guatemala

William Garriott on Jason Pine’s The Alchemy of Meth: A Decomposition

Ernesto Castañeda on Gregory Feldman’s The Gray Zone: Sovereignty, Human Smuggling, and Undercover Police Investigation in Europe

Iselin Åsedotter Strønen on Robert Samet’s Deadline: Populism and the Press in Venezuela

Volume 93, #4

Fall 2020

IN THIS ISSUE:

Carolyn Schwarz’s “Paying for Something Bigger: The Sentiment of Sociality and Health Care Sharing Ministries in the United States”r