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Volume 92, #2 • Spring 2019




Meghanne Barker  |  Dancing Dolls: Animating Childhood in a Contemporary Kazakhstani Institution

Annalisa Bolin  |  Dignity in Death and Life: Negotiating Agaciro for the Nation in Preservation Practice at Nyamata Genocide Memorial, Rwanda

Marco Di Nunzio  |  Not My Job? Architecture, Responsibility, and Justice in a Booming African Metropolis

Michele Friedner  |  Praying for Rights: Cultivating Deaf Worldings in Urban India

Aimée Joyce  |  “When the Orthodox Went Away”: Histories of Displacement and Extermination on the Polish/Belarusian Border

Francesca Meloni  |  The Ambivalence of Belonging: The Impact of Illegality on the Social Belonging of Undocumented Youth

Shanshan Lan  |  Reconstructing Blackness in Grassroots Interactions Between Chinese and Africans in Guangzhou

Mikaela Rogozen-Soltar  |  Murabitun Religious Conversion: Time, Depth, and Scale among Spain’s New Muslims

Tom Özden-Schilling  |  Cartographies of Consignment: First Nations and Mapwork in the Neoliberal Era



Lorena Gibson   |  Anthropology as Respair: Anthropological Engagements with Hope and its Others



Hilary Matfess   |  Scott MacEachern’s Searching for Boko Haram: A History of Violence in Central Africa

Samar Al-Bulushi |  Sam Dubal’s Against Humanity: Lessons from the Lord’s Resistance Army

Rebecca L. Upton  |  Ramah McKay’s Medicine in the Meantime: The Work of Care in Mozambique

Nicole Fabricant  |  Susan Helen Ellison’s Domesticating Democracy: The Politics of Conflict Resolution in Bolivia

Lisa Breglia  |  Michael Cepek’s Life in Oil: Cofán Survival in the Petroleum Fields of Amazonia

Regina F. Bendix   |  Graham M. Jones’s Magic’s Reason: An Anthropology of Analogy

Luisa Enria  |  Crystal Biruk’s Cooking Data: Culture & Politics in an African Research World

Alexa Hagerty  |  Isaias Rojas-Perez’s Mourning Remains: State Atrocity, Exhumations, and Governing the Disappeared in Peru’s Postwar Andes

Mary H. Moran  |  Danny Hoffman’s Monrovia Modern: Urban Form and the Political Imagination in Liberia