Volume 90, #3

Summer 2017

Obituaries Without Biographies: Death and Healthcare in Roma Camps in Rome

by Lorenzo Alunni

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All titles for this issue (vol 90, #3) link to abstracts


Volume 90, #3 • Summer 2017



Obituaries Without Biographies: Death and Healthcare in Roma Camps in Rome

by Lorenzo Alunni



Jenna Grant |  How to Rename a Hospital: Biomedical Technologies and New Combinations of Business and Charity in Cambodian Public Health

Richard Kernaghan  |  Oblivious Title: On the Political Time of Land Tenure in Postwar Peru

Hikmet Kocamaner  |  Strengthening the Family through Television: Islamic Broadcasting, Secularism, and the Politics of Responsibility in Turkey

Minhua Ling |  Returning to No Home: Educational Remigration and Displacement in Rural China

Georgina Ramsay  |  Forced Childlessness and Ruptured Personhood: The Politics of Motherhood for Central African Refugee Women Resettled in Australia

Yuezhu Sun  |  Among a Hundred Good Virtues, Filial Piety is the First: Contemporary Moral Discourses on Filial Piety in Urban China

Naomi Zucker  |  Visions Of Care: Medicalization and Public Patienthood In Sao Paulo, Brazil



Joshua Holst on Mike Plunkett’s Salero



Richard Handler | Joseph Mitchell — WIth Variations
on Joseph Mitchell’s “Man—With Variations”: Interviews with Franz Boas and Colleagues, 1937



Dana Burton on Joshua A. Bell and Erin L. Hasinoff, eds. The Anthropology of Expeditions: Travel, Visualities, Afterlives

Aaron Corn on Daniel Fisher’s The Voice and Its Doubles: Media and Music in Northern Australia

Emilio Dirlikov on Katherine A. Mason’s Infectious Change: Reinventing Chinese Public Health After an Epidemic

Sami Hermez on Kristin V. Monroe’s The Insecure City: Space, Power, and Mobility in Beirut

Ira Jacknis on Robert Oppenheim’s An Asian Frontier: American Anthropology and Korea, 1882–1945

Alessandro Monsutti on Noah Coburn’s Losing Afghanistan: An Obituary for the Intervention

Eileen Moyer on Gisli Palsson’s Nature, Culture, and Society: Anthropological Perspectives on Life

Devin Proctor on Donna J. Haraway’s Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene