Volume 93, #3

Summer 2020

Gender Panics in the Global South

Edited by
Jennifer Cole and Erin V. Moore

phone: 202-994-3215  e-mail: ifer@gwu.edu



Volume 93, #3 • Summer 2020




Gender Panics in the Global South

Jennifer Cole and Erin V. Moore |  Introduction

Kimberly Walters |  Moral Security: Anti-trafficking and the Humanitarian State in South India

Erin V. Moore  |  What the Miniskirt Reveals: Sex Panics, Women’s Rights and Pulling Teeth in Urban Uganda

Kathleen Rice  |  Working Women in Rural South Africa: Conflicts and Contradictions

Pinky Hota  |  Social Thought & Commentary: Populist Panics: Sex as Excess in Right Wing India



Amanda Poole  |  Time with/out Telos: Eritrean Refugees’ Precarious Choice of Im/possible Futures in Ethiopia and Beyond

Stavroula Pipyrou  |  Displaced Children and the Violence of Humanitarianism in Cold War Italy

Elana Shever  |  Becoming Stone: On the Coming-into Being of Fossils in the American West

Austin Zeiderman  |  Concrete Peace: Building Security through Infrastructure in Colombia



Jon Abbink  |  Daniel Mains’s Under Construction: Technologies of Development in Ethiopia

Genevieve LeMoine |  Janne Flora’s Wandering Spirits: Loneliness and Longing in Greenland

Davorn Sisavath  |  Leah Zani’s Bomb Children: Life in the Former Battlefields of Laos

Syed Mohammad Ali  |  Mubbashir A. Rizvi’s The Ethics of Staying: Social Movements and Land Rights Politics in Pakistan

Katja Rieck  |  Amira Mittermaier’s Giving to God: Islamic Charity in Revolutionary Times

Cati Coe  |  Charles Piot with Kodjo Nicolas Batema’s The Fixer: Visa Lottery Chronicles

Kaya Naomi Williams  |  Rebecca Louise Carter’s Prayers for the People: Homicide and Humanity in the Crescent City

William Lempert  |  Miyarrka Media’s Phone & Spear: A Yuta Anthropology

Nicholas L. Caverly  |  Noelle Stout’s Dispossessed: How Predatory Bureaucracy Foreclosed on the American Middle Class

David Kieran  |  Sarah Wagner’s What Remains: Bringing America’s Missing Home From the Vietnam War