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Volume 95, #4 • Fall 2022
Nataša Gregorič Bon | Restoring Pasts and Enriching Futures in Albania
Katie Kilroy-Marac | Hoarding and the Substance of Kinship
Manissa M. Maharawal | Tech-Colonialism: Gentrification, Resistance, and Belonging in San Francisco’s Colonial Present
Bruce O’Neill | The Digital Underground: Public Life Beneath the Streets of Bucharest, Romania
Amal Sachedina | Assimilating the Heterogeneity of Migrant Populations through a National Past: Transforming a Shiʿa Minority Community in Post-Nationalist Oman
Mariann Vaczi | Provincializing Global Sport: Modernity, Capitalism, and the Politics of Difference in the Age of Super Leagues
Yazan Doughan on Sarah Muir’s The Routine Crisis: An Ethnography of Disillusion
Amrita Ibrahim on Rashmi Sadana’s The Moving City: Scenes from the Delhi Metro and the Social Life of Infrastructure
Anne Meneley on Rose Wellman’s Feeding Iran: Shi`i Families and the Making of the Islamic Republic
Kristin V. Monroe on Juan M. del Nido’s Taxis vs. Uber: Courts, Markets, and Technology in Buenos Aires
Diana Pardo Pedraza on Kimberly Theidon’s Legacies of War: Violence, Ecologies, and Kin
Volume 95, #3
The Terms of Culture
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