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    ISBN: 9781789206913
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 218 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality: Social and Cultural Perspectives 46
    DDC: 362
    Abstract: After the revolution of 2011, the electoral victory of the Islamist party ‘Ennahdha’ allowed previously silenced religious and conservative ideas about women’s right to abortion to be expressed. This also allowed healthcare providers in the public sector to refuse abortion and contraceptive care. This book explores the changes and continuity in the local discourses and practices related to the body, sexuality, reproduction and gender relationships. It also investigates how the bureaucratic apparatus of government healthcare facilities affects the complex moral world of clinicians and patients.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on Transliteration -- Introduction: Situating Abortion: Islam, the Arab countries and the Tunisian Exception -- Chapter 1. Putting Abortion into Question: Debates, Actors and Stakes after the Revolution -- Chapter 2. Female Bodies, Contraception and Reproductive Norms -- Chapter 3. Reproductive Governance, Moral Regimes and Unwanted Pregnancies -- Chapter 4. Imagining Early Pregnancy: Ontologies of the Foetus and the Moral Perception of Abortion -- Conclusion -- Glossary -- References -- Index --
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9781789204889
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 282 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Keywords: faith and religion;evangelical christian;christianity;ethnography;cultural anthropology;historical context;cosmological;global health;trinidad;satan and illness;physical illness;mental health;physical health;nuanced approach;local subjects;worldwide networks;spiritualism;spirit;small village;christianity and health;faith healing;intense emotion;experiments;villages;adventures;human struggles;life struggle;trinidadian village;moral orders;global context
    Abstract: What role might the Devil have in health and illness? The Devil is Disorder explores constructions of the body, health, illness and wider misfortune in a Trinidadian village where evangelical Christianity is growing in popularity. Based on long-term ethnography and locating the village in historical and global context, the book takes a nuanced cosmological approach to situate evangelical Christian understandings as shaping and being shaped by their context and, in the process, shaping individuals themselves. As people move from local to global subjects, health here stretches beyond being a matter of individual bodies and is connected to worldwide flows and networks, spirit entities, and expansive moral orders.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- PART I: VILLAGE, SPIRITS, AND MORAL ORDER -- Chapter 1. Trinidad village -- Chapter 2. The material and other worlds -- Chapter 3. Cosmological crafting and story-telling -- PART II: DISORDER AND THE DEVIL -- Chapter 4. The body and health -- Chapter 5. The Devil in the body -- Chapter 6. Healing the body -- Chapter 7. The body in the village and in the State -- Chapter 8. The Devil is disorder -- Conclusion: Job, justice and moral order -- Appendix: Churches in the Village -- References -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789206548
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 292 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Ethnography, Theory, Experiment 8
    DDC: 306.850972
    Keywords: gregoria;mexico;prejudice;persecution;judgement;social issues;social justice;methodological approach;urban anthropology;ethnographic data;family history;ethnography;mexico city barrio;pentecostalism;masculinity;state formation;fluid environments;left radical politics;northern europe;academic articles;research;interviews;family;bildungsroman;realistic;criminal investigation;money and power;engaging;intense;complex;diplomacy;violent communities
    Abstract: The Children of Gregoria portrays a struggling Mexico, told through the story of the Rosales family. The people entrenched in the violent communities that the Rosales belong to have been discussed, condemned, analyzed, joked about and cheered, but rarely have they been seriously listened to. This book highlights their voices and allows them to tell their own stories in an accessible, literary manner without prejudice, persecution or judgment.
    Description / Table of Contents: Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Cast of Characters -- Chapter 1. The House in Ruins -- Chapter 2. The Doña and the Dons -- Chapter 3. Walking the Razor’s Edge -- Chapter 4. Infidelity -- Chapter 5. Earning Respect by Fucking Shit Up -- Chapter 6. Jail -- Chapter 7. Calling Down The Saints -- Chapter 8. Extortion -- Chapter 9. Cancer -- Chapter 10. Flight -- Chapter 11. The future -- Afterword -- Appendix I: For anthropologists: Editing Dogme Ethnography -- Appendix II: Manifesto for a Dogme Ethnography -- Glossary -- References -- Index --
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  • 4
    ISBN: 9781789206227
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 214 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Pacific Perspectives: Studies of the European Society for Oceanists 7
    Abstract: Focusing on the small island of Paama, Vanuatu, and the capital, Port Vila, this book presents a rare and recent study of the ongoing significance of urbanisation and internal migration in the Global South. Based on longitudinal research undertaken in rural ‘home’ places, urban suburbs and informal settlements over thirty years, this book reveals the deep ambivalence of the outcome of migration, and argues that continuity in the fundamental organising principles of cultural life – in this case centred on kinship and an ‘island home’ – is significantly more important for urban and rural lives than the transformative impacts of migration and urbanisation.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Urbanisation and Migration: Rapid Change but Enduring Patterns -- Chapter 2. Subsistence Realities, Material Dreams: Rural Lives and Livelihoods -- Chapter 3. It’s Like We Live in Town Already: Island Social Organisation -- Chapter 4. The Everyday Ordinariness of Mobility: Persistent Patterns of Rural Outmigration -- Chapter 5. I Just Came to Visit My Kin: The Evolution of Urban Permanence -- Chapter 6. Friends, Lovers and Stranger Danger: Urban Social Worlds -- Chapter 7. Living on Money: Urban Economic Life -- Conclusion. Fluidity and Flexibility: A Generation of Paamese Migration and Urban Experiences -- Glossary -- References -- Index --
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  • 5
    ISBN: 9781789206623
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 250 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Anthropology of Media 9
    Abstract: Deriving from innovative new work by six researchers, this book questions what the new media's role is in contemporary Africa. The chapters are diverse - covering different areas of sociality in different countries - but they unite in their methodological and analytical foundation. The focus is on media-related practices, which require engagement with different perspectives and concerns while situating these in a wider analytical context. The contributions to this collection provide fresh ethnographic descriptions of how new media practices can affect socialities in significant but unpredictable ways.
    Description / Table of Contents: Acknowledgements -- Introduction: A Social Science Perspective on Media Practices in Africa: Social Mechanisms, Dynamics and Processes -- Jo Helle-Valle and Ardis Storm-Mathisen -- Part I: Economy -- Chapter 1. Digital Development Imaginaries, Informal Business Practices and the Platformisation of Digital Technology in Zambia -- Wendy Willems -- Chapter 2. Botswana’s Digital Revolution: What’s in it? -- Ardis Storm-Mathisen and Jo Helle-Valle -- Part II: Gender and Social Relations -- Chapter 3. Bolingo ya face: Digital Marriages, Playfulness and the Search for Change in Kinshasa -- Katrien Pype -- Chapter 4. Texting Like A State: Knowledge and Change in a National mHealth Programme -- Nanna Schneidermann -- Chapter 5. New Ways of Making Ends Meet? On Batswana Women, Their Uses of the Mobile Phone and Connections through Education -- Ardis Storm-Mathisen -- Part III: Localities and New Media -- Chapter 6. The Public Inside Out: Facebook, Community and Banal Activism in a Cape Town Suburb -- Nanna Schneidermann -- Chapter 7. From No Media to All Media: Domesticating New Media in a Kalahari Village -- Jo Helle-Valle -- Afterword: The Electronic Media in Africa, with an Addendum from Mauritius -- Thomas Hylland Eriksen -- Index --
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  • 6
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    ISBN: 9781789205664
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 290 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Keywords: faith and religion;brazilian spiritualist christian order vale;europe;establishing relationships;vale do amanhecer;therapeutic;spirit guides;spirituality;spiritualism;body and self;self awareness;merging boundaries;crossed lines;spirit animal;religious themes;occult;jesus christ;wellbeing;psychic;mediums;ghosts;spirits;phenomenon;mythical;political;politics;extensive fieldwork;amanhecer;brazil
    Abstract: The Brazilian Spiritualist Christian Order Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) is the place where the worlds of the living and the spirits merge and the boundaries between lives are regularly crossed. Drawing upon over a decade of extensive fieldwork in temples of the Amanhecer in Brazil and Europe, the author explores how mediums understand their experiences and how they learn to establish relationships with their spirit guides. She sheds light on the ways in which mediumistic development in the Vale do Amanhecer is used for therapeutic purposes and informs notions of body and self, of illness and wellbeing.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Note on Translations -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Ways to Embody the Divine in Brazil -- Chapter 2. Vale do Amanhecer -- Chapter 3. Spirits in Transition: The Multidimensional Self -- Chapter 4. Jaguars of the Dawn: The Transhistorical Self -- Chapter 5. Disobsessive Healing -- Chapter 6. Mediumship -- Chapter 7. Learning Spirit Mediumship: Ways of Knowing -- Chapter 8. Spiritual Routes -- Chapter 9. Therapeutic Trajectories -- Conclusion -- Appendix -- Glossary -- References -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789206371
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 246 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Integration and Conflict Studies 21
    DDC: 305.89632206626
    Abstract: Known as highly mobile cattle nomads, the Wodaabe in Niger are today increasingly engaged in a transformation process towards a more diversified livelihood based primarily on agro-pastoralism and urban work migration. This book examines recent transformations in spatial patterns, notably in the context of urban migration and in processes of sedentarization in rural proto-villages. The book analyses the consequences that the recent change entails for social group formation and collective identification, and how this impacts integration into wider society amid the structures of the modern nation state.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on Language and Transcriptions -- Introduction -- Part I: Taariihi: Mobility and Group Formation in Historical Perspective -- Chapter 1. The Wodaabe in Niger: Structure as Historical Process -- Chapter 2. A History of Migrations: Placemaking Processes in Diachronic Perspective -- Part II: Duuniyaaru: Spaces of Social Interaction -- Chapter 3. Inter-ethnic Relations: The Balance of Integration and Conflict -- Chapter 4. A Meta-ethnic Social Space: The Continuum of Identity and Difference -- Part III: Ladde: Transformations in the Pastoral Realm -- Chapter 5. From Nomadic Pastoralism to Sedentarization and Economic Diversification -- Chapter 6. Consequences of the New Spatial Strategies -- Part IV: Si’ire: Appropriating the City -- Chapter 7. New Resources in the Urban Space -- Chapter 8. Social Interaction in the City -- Chapter 9. The Translocal Dimension of Urban Migration -- Part V: Gassungol Wodaabe: The Translocal Network of the Ethnic Group -- Chapter 10. The Translocal Community and Social Reproduction -- Chapter 11. Cultural Change and the Reproduction of Difference -- Conclusion -- References -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789206838
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 350 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Anthropology of Media 10
    Abstract: Theorising Media and Conflict brings together anthropologists as well as media and communication scholars to collectively address the elusive and complex relationship between media and conflict. Through epistemological and methodological reflections and the analyses of various case studies from around the globe, this volume provides evidence for the co-constitutiveness of media and conflict and contributes to their consolidation as a distinct area of scholarship. Practitioners, policymakers, students and scholars who wish to understand the lived realities and dynamics of contemporary conflicts will find this book invaluable.
    Description / Table of Contents: Preface -- Philipp Budka -- PART I: KEY DEBATES -- Introduction: Anthropological Perspectives on Theorising Media and Conflict -- Birgit Bräuchler and Philipp Budka -- Chapter 1. Transforming Media and Conflict Research -- Nicole Stremlau -- PART II: WITNESSING CONFLICT -- Chapter 2 Just a ‘Stupid Reflex’? Digital Witnessing of the Charlie Hebdo Attacks and the Mediation of Conflict -- Johanna Sumiala, Minttu Tikka and Katja Valaskivi -- Chapter 3. The Ambivalent Aesthetics and Perception of Mobile Phone Videos: A (De-)Escalating Factor for the Syrian Conflict -- Mareike Meis -- PART III: EXPERIENCING CONFLICT -- Chapter 4. Banal Phenomenologies of Conflict: Professional Media Cultures and Audiences of Distant Suffering -- Tim Markham -- Chapter 5. Learning to Listen: Theorising the Sounds of Contemporary Media and Conflict -- Matthew Sumera -- PART IV: MEDIATED CONFLICT LANGUAGE -- Chapter 6. Trolling and the Orders and Disorders of Communication in ‘(Dis)Information Society’ -- Jonathan Paul Marshall -- Chapter 7. ‘Your Rockets Are Late. Do We Get a Free Pizza?’: Israeli-Palestinian Twitter Dialogues and Boundary Maintenance in the 2014 Gaza War -- Oren Livio -- PART V: SITES OF CONFLICT -- Chpapter 8. What Violent Conflict Tells Us about Media and Place-Making (and Vice Versa): Ethnographic Observations from a Revolutionary Uprising -- Nina Grønlykke Mollerup -- Chapter 9. An Ayuujk ‘Media War’ over Water and Land: Mediatised Senses of Belonging between Mexico and the United States -- Ingrid Kummels -- PART VI: CONFLICT ACROSS BORDERS -- Chapter 10. Transnationalising the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Media Rituals and Diaspora Activism between California and the South Caucasus -- Rik Adriaans -- Chapter 11. Stones Thrown Online: The Politics of Insults, Distance and Impunity in Congolese Polémique -- Katrien Pype -- PART VII: AFTER CONFLICT -- Chapter 12. Mending the Wounds of War: A Framework for the Analysis of the Representation of Conflict-Related Trauma and Reconciliation in Cinema -- Lennart Soberon, Kevin Smets and Daniel Biltereyst -- Chapter 13. Going off the Record? On the Relationship between Media and the Formation of National Identity in Post-Genocide Rwanda -- Silke Oldenburg -- Chapter 14. From War to Peace in Indonesia: Transforming Media and Society -- Birgit Bräuchler -- Afterword -- John Postill -- Index --
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  • 9
    ISBN: 9781789206999
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    Pages: 214 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: EASA Series 39
    DDC: 301.092
    Abstract: Moshe Shokeid narrates his experiences as a member of AD KAN (NO MORE), a protest movement of Israeli academics at Tel Aviv University, who fought against the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories, founded during the first Palestinian Intifada (1987-1993). However, since the assassination of Prime Minister Rabin and the later obliteration of the Oslo accord, public manifestations of dissent on Israeli campuses have been remarkably mute. This chronicle of AD KAN is explored in view of the ongoing theoretical discourse on the role of the intellectual in society and is compared with other account of academic involvement in different countries during periods of acute political conflict.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: On Memory -- Chapter 1. A Personal Note -- Chapter 2. The First Palestinian Intifada -- Chapter 3.Intellectuals/Academics Engagement in the Public Forum -- Chapter 4. Israeli Academics’ Political Involvement Prior to the First Intifada -- Chapter 5. The Founding of AD KAN -- Chapter 6. Opening the Sealed Box of AD KAN -- Chapter 7. The Working of a Protest Organization -- Chapter 8. The Media Coverage -- Chapter 9. The Moving Scene from Afar and Near -- Chapter 10. The Senate Debacle -- Chapter 11. Raising the PLO Presence on Campus -- Chapter 12. Towards the Last Stage -- Chapter 13. The Aftermath: When Prophecy Fails -- Chapter 14. Listening to AD KAN Veterans -- Chapter 15. Past and Present Israeli Protestors Reconsidered -- Chapter 16. Israeli and other Critics’ Commentary on the Continuing Occupation -- Chapter 17. Israeli Society 2018: An Anthropological Perspective -- Epilogue -- References -- Index --
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  • 10
    ISBN: 9781789205503
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 244 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: WYSE Series in Social Anthropology 10
    Abstract: We are said to be suffering a narcissism epidemic when the need for collective action seems more pressing than ever. The traits of Selfishness and selflessness address the ‘proper’ and ‘improper’ relationship between one’s self and others. The work they do during periods of social instability and cultural change is probed in this original, interdisciplinary collection. Contributions range from an examination of how these concepts animated the eighteenth-century anti-slavery campaigners to a dissection of the way middle-class mothers’ experiences illustrate gendered struggles over how much and to whom one is morally obliged to give.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations, Figures and Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Self, Selfish, Selfless -- Linda L. Layne -- Chapter 1. Taking the Measure of ‘Selfishness’ and ‘Selflessness’ in the Early Twenty-First-Century US and UK -- Linda L. Layne -- Chapter 2. ‘Sentiment Has Struggled with Selfishness’: Selfishness, Sensibility and Gender in the Late Eighteenth-Century British Antislavery Campaign -- G.J. Barker-Benfield -- Chapter 3. Selfless Advocacy? Profeminist Men’s Movements in Late Twentieth-Century Britain -- Lucy Delap -- Chapter 4. ‘Doing the Right Thing for My Child’: Self Work and Selflessness in Accounts of British ‘Full-Term’ Breastfeeding Mothers -- Charlotte Faircloth -- Chapter 5. Sexism, Separatism and the Rhetoric of Selfishness: Single Mothers by Choice in the US and UK -- Susanna Graham and Linda L. Layne -- Chapter 6. Selfish Masturbators? The Experience of Danish Sperm Donors and Alternatives to the Selfish/Selfless Divide -- Sebastian Mohr -- Chapter 7. Inroads into Altruism -- Marilyn Strathern -- Chapter 8. On Being Selfish – Or Not: Explorations of an Idea from the Mountains of Oaxaca and the Alaskan Tundra -- Barbara Bodenhorn -- Conclusion: Starting Points: Modest Contributions to the History and Anthropology of Moralities and Ethics -- Linda L. Layne -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789205541
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    Pages: 248 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: EASA Series 38
    Abstract: Using examples from Poland, Elżbieta Drążkiewicz explores the question of why states become donors and individuals decide to share their wealth with others through foreign aid. She comes to the conclusion that the concept of foreign aid requires the establishment of a specific moral economy which links national ideologies and local cultures of charitable giving with broader ideas about the global political economy. It is through these processes that faith in foreign aid interventions as a solution to global issues is generated. The book also explores the relationship linking a state institution with its NGO partners, as well as international players such as the EU or OECD.
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction -- Chapter 1. From Recipient to Donor -- Chapter 2. To the West through the East and Back -- Chapter 3. Global Education: Discovering Africa for Polish Aid -- Chapter 4. Moral Economy of Foreign aid: Religion and Institutions -- Chapter 5. The Mission -- Chapter 6. Vocation, Profession or Private Enterprise -- Chapter 7. The System – The Hope for the Better Future -- Conclusion: Institutionalised Dreams -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789206869
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    Pages: 142 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Studies in Social Analysis 10
    Keywords: finance and economics;money and banking;sociology;budgeting;british jeweler;blood money;germanic law;cosmopolitical;moscow russia;western kenya;havana;quotidian;materialism;abstraction;empirical interpretation;morality;study of money;ethics of money;anthropology;anthropologist;case studies;theoretical interpretation;quantitative nature;monetary systems;kenyan village;conceptual diversity;socialist havana
    Abstract: Traditionally viewed as an abstraction, the quantitative nature of money is essential in evaluating the relationship between monetary systems and society. Money Counts moves beyond abstraction, exploring the conceptual diversity and everyday enactment of money’s quantity. Drawing from case studies including British jewelers, blood-money payments in Germanic law codes, and the quotidian use of money in cosmopolitical Moscow, a Western Kenyan village, and socialist Havana, the chapters in this volume offer new theoretical and empirical interpretations of money’s quantitative nature as it relates to abstraction, sociality, materiality, freedom, and morality.
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: The Quality of Quantity: Monetary Amounts and Their Materialities -- Sandy Ross, Mario Schmidt, and Ville Koskinen -- Chapter 1. Is Gold Jewelry Money? -- Peter Oakley -- Chapter 2. Injury and Measurement: Jacob Grimm on Blood Money and Concrete Quantification -- Anna Echterhölter -- Chapter 3. Five Thousand, 5,00, and Five Thousands: Disentangling Ruble Quantities and Qualities -- Sandy Ross -- Chapter 4. “Money is Life:” Quantity, Social Freedom, and Combinatory Practices in Western Kenya -- Mario Schmidt -- Chapter 5. Money and Morality of Commensuration: Currencies of Poverty in Post-Soviet Cuba -- Martin Holbraad -- Chapter 6. ‘Money on the Street’ as a Hoard: How Informal Moneylenders Remain Unbanked -- Martin Fotta -- Chapter 7. What is Money? A Definition Beyond Materiality and Quantity -- Emanuel Seitz -- Afterword -- Nigel Dodd --
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    ISBN: 9781789207132
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    Pages: 320 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Forced Migration 39
    Abstract: Questioning what shelter is and how we can define it, this volume brings together essays on different forms of refugee shelter, with a view to widening public understanding about the lives of forced migrants and developing theoretical understanding of this oft-neglected facet of the refugee experience. Drawing on a range of disciplines, including sociology, anthropology, law, architecture, and history, each of the chapters describes a particular shelter and uses this to open up theoretical reflections on the relationship between architecture, place, politics, design and displacement.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Introduction: Places of Partial Protection: Refugee Shelter since 2015 -- Tom Scott-Smith -- Part I: Shelter, Containment and Mobility -- Chapter 1. Moving, Containing, Displacing: The Shipping Container as Refugee Shelter -- Hanna Baumann -- Chapter 2. At the Edge: Containment and the Construction of Europe -- Cetta Mainwaring -- Chapter 3. Shifting Shelters: Migrants, Mobility and the Making of Open Centres in Malta -- Marthe Achtnich -- Chapter 4. Moria: Anti-shelter and the Spectacle of Deterrence -- Daniel Howden -- Chapter 5. Moria Hotspot: Shelter as a Politically Crafted Materiality of Neglect -- Polly Pallister-Wilkins -- Chapter 6. Architectures of Trauma: Forced Shelter and the Impact of Immigration Detention -- Petra Molnar -- Chapter 7. Settling the Unsettled: Forced Shelter in the Negev Desert -- Renana Ne’eman -- Part II: Shelter, Resistance and Solidarity -- Chapter 8. The Contingent Camp: Struggling for Shelter in Calais, France -- Maria Hagan -- Chapter 9. Sounding the Shelter, Voicing the Squat: The Sonic Politics of Refugee Shelter in Athens -- Tom Western -- Chapter 10. Redignifying Refugees: A Critical Study of Citizen-Run Shelters in Athens -- Ashley Mehra -- Chapter 11. A More Personal Shelter: How Citizens Are Hosting Forced Migrants in and Around Brussels -- Robin Vandevoordt -- Chapter 12. Life in the Aluminium Whale: A Study of Berlin’s ICC shelter -- Holly Young -- Chapter 13. Structures to Shelter the Mind: Refugee Housing and Mental Wellbeing in Berlin -- Esther Schroeder Goh -- Part III: Architecture, Design and Displacement -- Chapter 14. Protection or isolation? Humanitarian Evacuees in Australian Quarantine Stations -- Benjamin Thomas White -- Chapter 15. Silos in Trieste: A Historical Shelter for Displaced People -- Roberta Altin -- Chapter 16. Flexible Shelters, Modular Meanings: The Lives and Afterlives of Danish ‘Refugee Villages’ -- Zachary Whyte and Michael Ulfstjerne -- Chapter 17. Shelter as Cladding: Resourcefulness, Improvisation and Refugee-Led Innovation in Goudoubo Camp -- Craig Martin, Jamie Cross, and Arno Verhoeven -- Chapter 18. Adhocism, Agency and Emergency Shelters: On Architectural Nuclei of Life in Displacement -- Irit Katz -- Chapter 19. Social Media, Shelter and Resilience: Design in Za’atari Refugee Camp -- Diane Fellows -- Chapter 20. Confinement, Power and Permanence in Informal Refugee Spaces: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon -- Faten Kikano -- Chapter 21. From Emergency Shelter to Community Shelter: Berlin’s Tempelhof Refugee Camp -- Toby Parsloe -- Conclusion: Towards Better Shelter: Rethinking Humanitarian Sheltering -- Mark E. Breeze -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789206753
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    Pages: 290 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Methodology & History in Anthropology 38
    DDC: 211.8095484
    Abstract: Exploring lived atheism in the South Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, this book offers a unique insight into India’s rapidly transforming multi-religious society. It explores the social, cultural, and aesthetic challenges faced by a movement of secular activists in their endeavors to establish atheism as a practical and comprehensive way of life. On the basis of original ethnographic material and engaged conceptual analysis, Total Atheism develops an alternative to Eurocentric accounts of secularity and critically revisits central themes of South Asian scholarship from the hitherto marginalized vantage point of radically secular and explicitly irreligious atheists in India.
    Description / Table of Contents: Acknowledgments -- Note on Translation -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Mental Revolution: Becoming an Atheist in Word and Deed -- Chapter 2. Professions: Narratives of Eminent Masculinity -- Chapter 3. Propagation: Enacting Atheism in Oratory and Debate -- Chapter 4. Programs (1): Eradicating Superstition through Magic -- Chapter 5. Programs (2): Humanism and the Unmaking of Caste -- Chapter 6. A Way of Life: Marriage and the Gender of Atheism -- Conclusion -- References -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789206173
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    Pages: 206 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Dislocations 29
    DDC: 305.5234095491
    Abstract: Following the hidden lives of the global “1%”, this book examines the networks, social practices, marriages, and machinations of the elite in Pakistan. In doing so, it reveals the daily, even mundane, ways in which elites contribute to and shape the inequality that characterizes the modern world. Operating in a rapidly developing economic environment, the experience of Pakistan’s wealthiest and most powerful members contradicts widely held assumptions that economic growth is leading to increasingly impersonalized and globally standardized economic and political structures.
    Description / Table of Contents: Acknowledgements -- Note on Anonymity -- Introduction: Making Money in an Unequal and Unstable World -- Chapter 1. Middle Class Woman in an Elite Man’s World -- Chapter 2. Creating and Protecting an Elite Class -- Chapter 3. Old Money, New Money -- Chapter 4. Making an Elite Family -- Chapter 5. The Elite Network -- Chapter 6. The Culture of Exemptions -- Conclusion: What Pakistan’s Elite Reveals About Global Capitalism -- References -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789206586
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    Pages: 218 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Egalitarianism 1
    Keywords: cultural anthropology;ideologies;social issues;social justice;left wing;pink tide;latin america;state power;state control;political parties;state corporatization;voice of the people;brazil;ecuador;neoliberal state;public action;indigenous political demands;civic;politics;history;career;retrospective;engaging;business;egalitarian;political ideologies;caribbean;latin american;egalitarian movements;anthropology;political participation;corporate power;anthropological perspective;political science
    Abstract: The left-wing Pink Tide movement that swept across Latin America seems now to be overturned, as a new wave of free-market thinkers emerge across the continent. This book analyses the emergence of corporate power within Latin America and the response of egalitarian movements across the continent trying to break open the constraints of the state. Through an ethnographically grounded and localized anthropological perspective, this book argues that at a time when the regular structures of political participation have been ruptured, the Latin American context reveals multiple expressions of egalitarian movements that strive (and sometimes momentarily manage) to break through the state’s apparatus.
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: The Pink Tide, Egalitarianism and the Corporate State in Latin America -- Marina Gold and Alessandro Zagato -- Chapter 1. State Corporatization and Warfare in Mexico -- Alessandro Zagato -- Chapter 2. Political Parties, Big Business, Social Movements and the ‘Voice of the People’: Views from Above and Below on the Crisis Created by the 2016 Coup in Brazil -- John Gledhill and Maria Gabriela Hita -- Chapter 3. The election of MAS, iIs Egalitarian Potential, and Its Contradictions: Lessons from Bolivia -- Leonidas Oikonomakis -- Chapter 4. What is in the ‘People’s Interest’? Discourses of Egalitarianism and ‘Development as Compensation’ in Contemporary Ecuador -- Erin Fitz-Henry and Denisse Rodriquez -- Chapter 5. The Neoliberal State and Post-Transition Democracy in Chile. Local Public Action and Indigenous Political Demands -- Francisca de la Maza Cabrera -- Chapter 6. More State? On Authority and the Conditions for Egalitarianism in Venezuela -- Luis Angosto-Ferrández -- Chapter 7. Egalitarian and Hierarchical Tensions in Cuban Self-Employed Ventures -- Marina Gold -- Chapter 8. Social Banditry and the Legal in the Corporate State of Peru -- Cecilie Vindal Ødegaard -- Conclusion: Egalitarianism and Dynamics of Oppression: Constitutive Processes -- Alessandro Zagato and Marina Gold -- Afterword: Towards the Era of the Post-Human -- Bruce Kapferer -- Index --
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  • 17
    ISBN: 9781789206081
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 212 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Abstract: As an ethnography of Central Australian singing traditions and ceremonial contexts, this book asks questions about the vitality of the cultural knowledge and practices highly valued by Warlpiri people and fundamental to their cultural heritage. Set against a discussion of the contemporary vitality of Aboriginal musical traditions in Australia and embedded in the historical background of this region, the book lays out the features of Warlpiri songs and ceremonies, and centers on a focal case study of the Warlpiri Kurdiji ceremony to illustrate the modes in which core cultural themes are being passed on through song to future generations.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations, Maps and Figures -- Foreword by Otto Jungarrayi Sims -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on Text -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Song and ceremony in Indigenous Australia -- Chapter 2. Yuendumu: a brief social history -- Chapter 3. Warlpiri songs: rights, genres and ceremonial contexts -- Chapter 4. Kurdiji, a ceremony for ‘making young men’ -- Chapter 5. Holding Warlpiri songs: addressing musical endangerment -- Conclusion -- Appendix of songs from the Kurdiji ceremony -- Glossary of Warlpiri words -- References -- Index --
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  • 18
    ISBN: 9781789206432
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    Pages: 346 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Romani Studies 3
    DDC: 305.8914/9704
    Keywords: analysis of roma identity;roma identity in contemporary europe;portrait of contemporary roma life;collapse of communism;anti migrant and anti roma sentiment;politics of identity;historically disadvantaged and racialized minorities;political theory;postcolonial studies;cultural studies;gender studies;art history;feminist critique;anthropology;volume three;thoughtful;compelling ; Aufsatzsammlung
    Abstract: Thirty years after the collapse of Communism, and at a time of increasing anti-migrant and anti-Roma sentiment, this book analyses how Roma identity is expressed in contemporary Europe. From backgrounds ranging from political theory, postcolonial, cultural and gender studies to art history, feminist critique and anthropology, the contributors reflect on the extent to which a politics of identity regarding historically disadvantaged, racialized minorities such as the Roma can still be legitimately articulated.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations -- Foreword: Roma, Jews and European History -- Malachi H. Hacohen -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- PART I: INTRODUCTIONS -- Introduction: The Roma in Contemporary Europe: Struggling for Identity at a Time of Proliferating Identity Politics -- Huub van Baar with Angéla Kóczé -- Chapter 1. Decolonizing Canonical Roma Representations: The Cartographer with an Army -- Huub van Baar -- PART II: SOCIETY, HISTORY AND CITIZENSHIP -- Chapter 2. The Impact of Multi-faceted Segregation on Roma Collective Identity and Citizenship Rights -- Júlia Szalai -- Chapter 3. Reflections on Socialist-Era Archives in Hungary and Shifting Romani Identity -- Nidhi Trehan -- Chapter 4. Gendered and Racialized Social Insecurity of Roma in East Central Europe -- Angéla Kóczé -- PART III: EUROPE AND THE CHALLENGE OF 'ETHNIC MINORITY GOVERNANCE' -- Chapter 5. Governing the Roma, Bordering Europe: Europeanization, Securitization and Differential Inclusion -- Huub van Baar -- Chapter 6. Ethnic Identity and Policymaking: A Critical Analysis of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies -- Iulius Rostas -- PART IV: GENDER AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS -- Chapter 7. Intersectional Intricacies: Romani Women’s Activists at the Crossroads of Race and Gender -- Debra L. Schultz -- Chapter 8. Can the Tables Be Turned with a New Strategic Alliance? The Struggles of the Romani Women’s Movement in Central and Eastern Europe -- Violetta Zentai -- PART V: ART AND CULTURE -- Chapter 9. Ethnicity Unbound: Conundrums of Culture in Representations of Roma -- Carol Silverman -- Chapter 10. Identity as a Weapon of the Weak? Understanding the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture – An Interview with Tímea Junghaus and Anna Mirga-Kruszelnicka -- Tina Magazzini -- Chapter 11. A ‘Gypsy Revolution’: The Ongoing Legacy of Delaine & Damian Le Bas -- Annabel Tremlett and Delaine Le Bas -- Epilogue: The Challenge of Recognition, Redistribution and Representation of Roma in Contemporary Europe. -- Angéla Kóczé and Huub van Baar -- Index --
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  • 19
    ISBN: 9781789206647
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 252 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality: Social and Cultural Perspectives 45
    Abstract: Miscarriage is a significant women's health issue. Research has consistently shown that one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage. This collected volume explores miscarriage in diverse historical and cultural settings with contributions from anthropologists, historians and medical professionals. Contributors use rich ethnographic and historical material to discuss how pregnancy loss is managed and negotiated in a range of societies. The book considers meanings attached to miscarriage and how religious, cultural, medical and legal forces impact the way miscarriage is experienced and perceived.
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: Ambiguities and Navigations -- Susie Kilshaw -- Chapter 1. Does Twenty-First-Century Technology Change the Experience of Early Pregnancy and Miscarriage? -- Pedro Melo and Ingrid Granne -- Chapter 2. The Meanings of Miscarriage in Twentieth-Century Britain -- Rosemary Elliot -- Chapter 3. Alleviating the Ambiguities Around Miscarriage: Discursive Tactics in Cameroon and Romania -- Erica van der Sijpt -- Chapter 4. Some Babies Cannot be Stopped from Falling: Miscarriage in Pakistani Punjab -- Kaveri Qureshi -- Chapter 5. God’s Design; Thwarted Plans: Women’s Experience of Miscarriage in Qatar and England -- Susie Kilshaw -- Chapter 6. ‘It Felt like the Longest Time of my Life’: Using Foetal Dopplers at Home to Manage Anxiety about Miscarriage -- Aimee Middlemiss -- Chapter 7. Miscarriages and its Resulting Losses during Commercial Surrogacy in India -- Sayani Mitra -- Chapter 8. Unwitnessed Ceremonies: Funeral Services for Pre-24-Week Pregnancy Losses in England -- Karolina Kuberska -- Conclusions -- Susie Kilshaw -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789206470
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 204 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: New Directions in Anthropology 45
    DDC: 306.4819097282
    Abstract: There are beastly forces in Belize. Forces that are actively involved in making paradise impossible. On the Nervous Edge of an Impossible Paradise is a collection of seven stories about local lives in the fictional village of Wallaceville. They turn rogue in the face of runaway forces that take the form and figure of a Belize beast-time, which can appear as a comic mishap, social ruin, tragic excess, or wild guesses. Inciting the affective politics of life in the region, this fable of emergence evokes the unnerving uncertainties of life in the tourist state of Belize.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Writing Stories of Make-Belize -- Chapter 1. “For the Time is at Hand”: Beast-Time Somet’ings -- Chapter 2. Impossible Tropics -- Chapter 3. Richie’s Tourists -- Chapter 4. Nowhere Paradise -- Chapter 5. Belize Ephemera -- Chapter 6. Belize Blues -- Chapter 7. Parca’s Picks -- Epilogue: Belize Fabulations -- Glossary -- References -- Index --
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  • 21
    ISBN: 9781789205626
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 236 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Dislocations 28
    Abstract: Informed by Eric Wolf’s Peasant Wars of the Twentieth Century, published in 1969, this book examines selected peasant struggles in seven Latin American countries during the last fifty years and suggests the continuing relevance of Wolf’s approach. The seven case studies are preceded by an Introduction in which the editors assess the continuing relevance of Wolf’s political economy. The book concludes with Gavin Smith’s reflection on reading Eric Wolf as a public intellectual today.
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: Fifty Years of Peasant Wars in Latin America -- Lesley Gill, Leigh Binford and Steve Striffler -- Chapter 1. The Right Hand of the Party: The Role of Peasants in Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution -- Aaron Kappeler -- Chapter 2. Rebellion, Revolution, and Reversal in Ecuador’s Countryside -- Steve Striffler -- Chapter 3. At the Crossroads of Power -- Lesley Gill -- Chapter 4. The Catholic Church, Peasants and Revolution in Northern Morazán, El Salvador -- Leigh Binford -- Chapter 5. Peasants, Drugs and War in Rural Mexico -- Casey Walsh -- Chapter 6. Peasant Wars in Brazil -- Cliff Welch -- Chapter 7. Forgetting Peasants: History, “Indigeneity,” and the Anthropology of Revolution in Bolivia -- Forrest Hylton -- Afterword: Reflection: Reading Eric Wolf as a Public Intellectual Today -- Gavin Smith -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789206791
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 214 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Interspecies Encounters 2
    Keywords: world history;man and animal;animal domestication;history of;animals and landscape;tofa;eastern saian mountains;embracing unpredictability;cultural ethnography;ethnographic studies;wild tame dichotomy;recognizing sentience;animal rights;animal intelligence;encouraging autonomy;relationships with animals;religion;land acknowledgement;reinventing our relations;herder hunters;historical tribe;unpredictable times;southern siberia;soiot;recent scholarship;anthropology
    Abstract: Responding to recent scholarship, this book examines animal domestication and offers a Soiot approach to animals and landscapes, which transcends the wild-tame dichotomy. Following herder-hunters of the Eastern Saian Mountains in southern Siberia, the author examines how Soiot and Tofa households embrace unpredictability, recognize sentience, and encourage autonomy in all their relations with animals, spirits, and land features. It is an ethnography intended to help us reinvent our relations with the earth in unpredictable times.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Notes on Transliteration and Translation -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Mirrored Homes -- Chapter 2. Sacred Enfolding -- Chapter 3. Dreaming of Deer -- Chapter 4. Khainak between Worlds -- Chapter 5. In the Society of Horses -- Chapter 6. Reading Wolves -- Conclusion -- References -- Index --
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  • 23
    ISBN: 9781789206395
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 212 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: The Human Economy 7
    Abstract: South Africa was one of the first countries in the Global South that established a financialized consumer credit market. This market consolidates rather than alleviates the extreme social inequality within a country. This book investigates the political reasons for adopting an allegedly self-regulating market despite its disastrous effects and identifies the colonialist ideas of property rights as a mainstay of the existing social order. The book addresses sociologists, political scientists, anthropologists and legal scholars interested in the interaction of economy and law in contemporary market societies.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on Transliteration -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Borrowing in the South African Consumer Credit Market -- Chapter 2. Raising the Storm of a Free Consumer Credit Market -- Chapter 3. The Institutional Framework: Implementing a Consumer Credit Market -- Chapter 4. Legislator’s Reactions to the Consumer Credit Market Crisis 2012-2014 -- Chapter 5. The Model of Rational Action in the South African Consumer Credit Market -- Conclusion: The Missed Options of the South African Consumer Credit Market -- References -- Index --
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  • 24
    ISBN: 9781789206197
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 234 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Anthropology at Work 1
    Abstract: Drawing on extended ethnographic studies of management consultancies in the Oslo region of Norway, this book seeks to find a richer understanding of their role in contemporary work life and the attraction their practices exert on people. The author shows that management consultancy is an arena of meaning that should be analysed as a ‘cultural space’. With a detailed investigation into consultancy as a cultural phenomenon, Henningsen argues that its services can be viewed as a ‘micro-utopian’ vision which can lead to a happier working environment for individuals.
    Description / Table of Contents: Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Management consultants and the primacy of process -- Chapter 2. In the liminoid space of process consultancy -- Chapter 3. Rituals of disclosure -- Chapter 4. Enacting utopia -- Chapter 5. Process and the flow of energy -- Conclusion -- References -- Index --
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  • 25
    ISBN: 9781789206814
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 230 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Worlds in Motion 7
    DDC: 305.896604
    Abstract: Studying the im/mobility trajectories of West Africans in the EU, this book presents a new approach to West African migrants in Europe. It argues that a migration lens is not necessarily the best starting point to understand these dynamic im/mobility processes. Rather than seeing migrancy as the primary marker of their lives, this book positions these trajectories in a wider social script of mobility and discusses how African migrants are confronted with rigid mobility regimes, but also how they manage to transgress and circumvent them.
    Description / Table of Contents: Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Part I: Navigations -- Chapter 1. Worlding Departures -- Chapter 2. Moving through Affective Circuits -- Chapter 3. Navigating Webs of Facilitation/Control -- Chapter 4. ‘The System’ -- Part II: Re-viewing Europe -- Chapter 5. In Place/Out of Place -- Chapter 6. The Multiple -- Conclusion -- Glossary -- References -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789207170
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 182 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    DDC: 305.895
    Abstract: Exploring notions of activism and space as narrated by Karen displaced persons and refugees in the Thai-Burma borderlands, this book looks beyond refugees as passive victims or a ‘humanitarian case’. Instead, the book examines the active engagement the Karen have with their persecution and displacement and their subsequent emplacement in the borderlands. A key focus of the book is to look at this engagement in terms of spaces of solidarity – constructed through patterns of activism, paths of connectivity and processes of cultural recovery. The book also studies the spatial configuration of borderlands, examining the impact of cross-border activities and their inter-related nature.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Maps -- Introduction: Spaces of Solidarity -- Chapter 1. Movements across space: The Thai-Burma borderlands as a social construct -- Chapter 2. From buffer zone to friendship bridge: The contemporary context of the Thai-Burma borderlands -- Chapter 3. By the shade of a tree: Scales of resistance, patterns of activism -- Chapter 4. This story is not for myself: Paths of connectivity/networks of solidarity -- Chapter 5. ‘Symbolic anchors of community’: Processes of cultural recovery -- Conclusion: The Space Between -- References -- Index --
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  • 27
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    ISBN: 9781789206708
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 326 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Studies in Linguistic Anthropology 1
    Abstract: Minds are rhetorical. From the moment we are born others are shaping our capacity for mental agency. As a meditation on the nature of human thought and action, this book starts with the proposition that human thinking is inherently and irreducibly social, and that the long rhetorical tradition in the West has been a neglected source for thinking about cognition. Each chapter reflects on a different dimension of human thought based on the fundamental proposition that our rhetoric thinks and acts with and through others.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: (Homo Rhetoricus) -- Part I: Theoretical Prerequisites -- Chapter 1. Starting Points -- Chapter 2. Homo Rhetoricus as a Creature of Presence -- Chapter 3. Representation and the Semiotic Circuit -- Part II: Evolution and Development of Homo Rhetoricus -- Chapter 4. Becoming Human: The Evolution of Homo Rhetoricus -- Chapter 5. Becoming Human: The Development of Homo Rhetoricus -- Chapter 6. The Languaging of Homo Rhetoricus -- Part III: Discourse and Social Ontology -- Chapter 7. Language in the World of Homo Rhetoricus -- Chapter 8. Institutions and Document Acts -- Chapter 9. The Lifeworlds of Homo Rhetoricus -- Chapter 10. Setting Up for ‘Setting Off’ Homo Rhetoricus -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Index --
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  • 28
    ISBN: 9781789204827
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 230 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Explorations in Heritage Studies 2
    Keywords: Heritage Formation; Heritage Use; Heritage Contestation; Social Movements; Heritiage Activism; Contested Heritage; Dissonant Heritage
    Abstract: Heritage processes vary according to cultural, national, geographical, and historical contexts. This volume is unique in that it is dedicated to approaching the analysis of heritage through the concepts of social movements. Adapting the latest developments in the field of social movements, the chapters examine the formation, use and contestation of heritage by various official, non-official and activist players and the spaces where such ongoing negotiations and contestation take place. By bringing social movements into heritage studies, the book advocates a shift of perspective in understanding heritage, one that is no longer bound by (at times arbitrary) divisions such as those assumed between the state and people or between experts and non-experts.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of illustrations -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Negotiation, Strategic Action and the Production of Heritage -- Ali Mozaffari and Tod Jones -- Chapter 1. Understanding Heritage Activism: Learning from Social Movement Studies -- Tod Jones, Ali Mozaffari, and James M. Jasper -- Chapter 2. ‘The Past is Always New’: A Framework for Understanding the Centrality of Social Media to Contemporary Heritage Movements -- Tod Jones, Transpiosa Riomandha and Hairus Salim -- Chapter 3. The Exemplary Foreigner: Cultural Heritage Activism in Regional China -- Gary Sigley -- Chapter 4. Heritage Activism in Singapore -- Terence Chong -- Chapter 5. Riverscape as Biocultural Heritage: A Local Indigenous Social Movement Contests a National Park in Nepal -- Sudeep Jana Thing -- Chapter 6. Heritage for Whom? Caste and Contestation Among Sri Lanka’s Dumbara Rata Weavers -- Aimée Douglas -- Chapter 7. Heritage Activism and the Media (Framing) in Iran -- Ali Mozaffari --
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  • 29
    ISBN: 9781789201192
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 236 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Anthropology of Media 8
    Keywords: Lifestyle Blogs, Microcelebrity, Malaysia, Bloggers, Influencers, Consumerism, Asia
    Abstract: Combining theoretical and empirical discussions with shorter ́thick descriptioń case studies, this book offers an anthropological exploration of the emergence in Malaysia of lifestyle bloggers ́ precursors to current social media ́microcelebritieś and ́influencers.́ It tracks the transformation of personal blogs, which attracted readers with spontaneous and authentic accounts of everyday life, into lifestyle blogs that generate income through advertising and foreground consumerist lifestyles. It argues that lifestyle blogs are dialogically constituted between the blogger, the readers, and the blog itself, and challenges the assumption of a unitary self by proposing that lifestyle blogs can best be understood in terms of the ́dividual self.́
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Brief Chronology of Personal and Lifestyle Blogging in Malaysia -- Introduction: Anthroblogia: Participant Observation and Blogging in Malaysia -- Chapter 1. The Blog as Assemblage: Agency and Affordances -- Chapter 2. January 2006: Blogwars, Hit Sluts and Authenticity in the Personal Blogosphere -- Chapter 3. The Blogger and Her Blog: (Dis)Assembling the Dividual Self -- Chapter 4. May 2007: Assembling Genres -- Chapter 5. Assembling Blogs and Bloggers -- Chapter 6. April 2007: Voicy Consumers and Negotiating Networked Publics -- Chapter 7. Assembling a Blog Market -- Chapter 8. January 2009: Negotiating the Authentic Advertorial -- Chapter 9. Assembling Lifestyles -- Chapter 10. October 2009: Regional Blogmeet -- Conclusions: The Dividual Self and Emergence of the Lifestyle Blog -- References -- Index --
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  • 30
    ISBN: 9781789201239
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 334 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Museums and Collections 11
    Keywords: Museum Ethnography, Smithsonian, Natural History, National Museum of Natural History, Deep Time Exhibit, Curation
    Abstract: Extinct Monsters to Deep Time is an ethnography that documents the growing friction between the research and outreach functions of the museum in the 21st century. Marsh describes participant observation and historical research at the Smithsoniańs National Museum of Natural History as it prepared for its largest-ever exhibit renovation, Deep Time. As a museum ethnography, the book provides a grounded perspective on the inner-workings of the world́s largest natural history museum and the social processes of communicating science to the public.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations and Table -- Foreward -- Jennifer Shannon -- Prologue: Fieldnotes from the Badlands -- Acknowledgments -- List of Abbreviations -- Chronology A: Lists of Relevant Leadership -- Chronology B: Geologic Time Scale -- Chronology C: Fossil Exhibits Timeline -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Increase and Diffusion: Early Fossil Exhibits and a History of Institutional Culture -- Chapter 2. Group Dynamics: Exhibit Meetings and Expertise -- Chapter 3. Group Dynamics: The Roots of Team Frictions and Complementarities -- Chapter 4. Content Development: Debates about Interconnected Processes and Static Things -- Chapter 5. Content Development: The Roots of Interpretive Frictions and Complementarities -- Chapter 6. Diffusion and Increase: Shifts in Institutional Culture from Modernization to Now -- Chapter 7. Conclusion -- Chapter 8. Coda: The Natiońs T-rex -- Appendix A: Consent Form -- Appendix B: Interview Questionnaires -- Sample Team Interview Questionnaire -- Sample Oral History Interview Questionnaire -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index --
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  • 31
    ISBN: 9781789201437
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 392 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Environmental Anthropology and Ethnobiology 24
    Abstract: Contemporary public discourses about the ocean are routinely characterized by scientific and environmentalist narratives that imagine and idealize marine spaces in which humans are absent. In contrast, this collection explores the variety of ways in which people have long made themselves at home at sea, and continue to live intimately with it. In doing so, it brings together both ethnographic and archaeological research ́ much of it with an explicit Ingoldian approach ́ on a wide range of geographical areas and historical periods.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations -- List of Tables -- Foreword -- Bonnie McCay -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: At Sea in the Twenty-First Century -- Tanya J. King and Gary Robinson -- Chapter 1. Moving Beyond the ́Scapé to Being in the (Watery) World, Wherever -- Hannah Cobb and Jesse Ransley -- Chapter 2. Working Grounds, Producing Places, and Becoming at Home at Sea -- Penny McCall Howard -- Chapter 3. Reexamination Brazilian Mounds: Changed Views of Coastal Societies -- Daniela Klokler and MaDu Gaspar -- Chapter 4. Seamless Archaeology: The Evolving Use of Archaeology in the Study of Seascapes -- Caroline Wickham-Jones -- Chapter 5. Moving Along: Wayfinding, Following, and Nonverbal Communication across the Frozen Seascape of East Greenland -- Sophie C©Þcilie Elixhauser -- Chapter 6. Drawing Gestures: Body Movement in Perceiving and Communicating Submerged Landscapes -- Cristi©Łn Simonetti -- Chapter 7. Exploration of a Buried Seascape: The Cultural Maritime Landscapes of Tremadoc Bay -- Gary Robinson -- Chapter 8. Fish Traps of the Crocodile Islands: Windows on Another World -- Bentley James -- Chapter 9. A Community-Based Approach to Documenting and Interpreting the Cultural Seascapes of the Recherche Archipelago, Western Australia -- David Guilfoyle, Ross Anderson, Ron ́Doć Reynolds, and Tom Kimber -- Chapter 10. Recognized Seaworthy: Resistance and Transformation among Icelandic Fisherwomen -- Margaret Willson and Helga Tryggvad©đttir -- Chapter 11. ́It Is Windier Nowadayś: Coastal Livelihoods and Seascape-Making in Qeqertarsuaq, West Greenland -- Pelle Tejsner -- Chapter 12. Home-Making on Land and Sea in the Archipelagic Philippines -- Olivia Swift -- Chapter 13. Fishing for Food and Fun: How Fishing Practices Mediate Physical and Discursive Relationships with the Sea in Carteret County, North Carolina, US -- No©±lle Boucquey and Lisa Campbell -- Chapter 14. Sea Nomads: Sama-Bajau Mobility, Livelihoods, and Marine Conservation in Southeast Asia -- Natasha Stacey and Edward H. Allison -- Chapter 15. Formal and Informal Territoriality in Ocean Management -- Tanya J. King -- Afterword: At Home on the Waves? A Concluding Comment -- Tim Ingold -- Glossary -- Index --
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  • 32
    ISBN: 9781789201215
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 210 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Keywords: Bedouin, World Heritage, Heritage Protection, Petra, Jordan, UNESCO
    Abstract: Petra, Jordan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985, and the semi-nomadic Bedouin inhabiting the area were resettled as a consequence. The Bedouin themselves paradoxically became UNESCO Masterpieces of Oral and Intangible Heritage in 2005 for the way in which their oral traditions and everyday lives relate to the landscape they no longer live in. Being Bedouin Around Petra asks: How could this happen? And what does it mean to be Bedouin when tourism, heritage protection, national discourse, an Islamic Revival and even New Age spiritualism lay competing claims to the past in the present?
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: In the Presence of Things -- Chapter 1. Preserving Heritage ́ Marketing Bedouinity -- Chapter 2. Taming Heritage -- Chapter 3. The Shameful Shaman -- Chapter 4. Dealing with Dead Saints -- Chapter 5. The Allure of Things -- Chapter 6. Ambiguous Materialities -- Conclusion -- References -- Index --
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  • 33
    ISBN: 9781789201291
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 358 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Keywords: Refugees, Germany, Asylum Seekers, Political Asylum, Cultural Diversity, Refugee Crisis
    Abstract: The arrival in 2015 and 2016 of over one million asylum seekers and refugees in Germany had major social consequences and gave rise to extensive debates about the nature of cultural diversity and collective life. This volume examines the responses and implications of what was widely seen as the most significant and contested social change since German reunification in 1990. It combines in-depth studies based on anthropological fieldwork with analyses of the longer trajectories of migration and social change. Its original conclusions have significance not only for Germany but also for the understanding of diversity and difference more widely.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures and Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Making, Experiencing and Managing Difference in a Changing Germany -- Jan-Jonathan Bock and Sharon Macdonald -- PART I: MAKING GERMANS AND NON-GERMANS -- Chapter 1. Language as Battleground: ́Speakinǵ the Nation, Lingual Citizenship and Diversity Management in Post-unification -- Germany -- Uli Linke -- Chapter 2. Diversity and Unity: Political and Conceptual Answers to Experiences of Differences and Diversities in Germany -- Friedrich Heckmann -- Chapter 3. Jews, Muslims and the Ritual Male Circumcision Debate: Religious Diversity and Social Inclusion in Germany -- G©œkce Yurdakul -- PART II: POTENTIAL FOR CHANGE -- Chapter 4. Islam, Vernacular Culture and Creativity in Stuttgart -- Petra Kuppinger -- Chapter 5. ́Neuk©œlln Is Where I Live, It́s Not Where Ím Froḿ: Children of Migrants Navigating Belonging in a Rapidly Changing -- Urban Space in Berlin -- Carola Tize and Ria Reis -- Chapter 6. The Post-migrant Paradigm -- Naika Foroutan -- PART III: REFUGEE ENCOUNTERS -- Chapter 7. New Yeaŕs Eve, Sexual Violence and Moral Panics: Ruptures and Continuities in Germanýs Integration Regime -- Kira Kosnick -- Chapter 8. Solidarity with Refugees: Negotiations of Proximity and Memory -- Serhat Karakayal♯ł -- Chapter 9. Negotiating Cultural Difference in Dresdeńs Pegida Movement and Berlińs Refugee Church -- Jan-Jonathan Bock -- PART IV: NEW INITIATIVES AND DIRECTIONS -- Chapter 10. Interstitial Agents: Negotiating Migration and Diversity in Theatre -- Jonas Tinius -- Chapter 11. Articulating a Noncitizen Politics: Nation-State Pity vs. Democratic Inclusion -- Damani J. Partridge -- Chapter 12. The Refugees-Welcome Movement: A New Form of Political Action -- Werner Schiffauer -- Conclusion: Refugee Futures and the Politics of Difference -- Sharon Macdonald -- Index --
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  • 34
    ISBN: 9781789201390
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 238 p. , 9.00 6.00 in.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Ethnography, Theory, Experiment 7
    Keywords: Global Pentecostalism, Global Evangelicalism, Christianity in Melanesia, Christianity in Africa, Anthropology of Pentecostalism, Anthropology of Christianity, Global Christianity
    Abstract: Co-authored by three anthropologists with lonǵterm expertise studying Pentecostalism in Vanuatu, Angola, and Papua New Guinea/the Trobriand Islands respectively, Going to Pentecost offers a comparative study of Pentecostalism in Africa and Melanesia, focusing on key issues as economy, urban sociality, and healing. More than an ordinary comparative book, it recognizes the changing nature of religion in the contemporary world ́ in particular the emergence of ́non-territoriaĺ religion (which is no longer specific to places or cultures) ́ and represents an experimental approach to the study of global religious movements in general and Pentecostalism in particular.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Acknowledgements -- PART I: INTRODUCTIONS -- Introduction: Going to ́Pentecost́: Outline of an Experiment -- Interlude: Locations in 'Pentecost' -- Reading Guide -- PART II: PRESENTATIONS FROM 'PENTECOST' -- Chapter 1. Borders in ́Pentecost́: Creating Protected Spaces -- Chapter 2. Reconfiguring Life and Death: A New Moral Economy in ́Pentecost́ -- Chapter 3. Anti-relativist Nostalgias and The Absolutist Road -- PART III: THEORIES FROM 'PENTECOST' -- Chapter 4. Borders and Abjections: Approaching Individualism in ́Pentecost́ -- Chapter 5. Engaging with Theories of Neoliberalism and Prosperity -- Chapter 6. Ruptures and Encompassments: Towards an Absolute Truth -- PART IV: COMMENTS -- Chapter 7. Comparison Re-placed -- Matei Candea -- Chapter 8. Pentecostalism and Forms of Individualism -- Joel Robbins -- Chapter 9. Life at The End of Time: A Note on Comparison, 'Pentecost' and the Trobriands -- Bj©ırn Enge Bertelsen -- Chapter 10. Wealth versus Money in Pentecost: Why Is Money Good? -- Knut Rio -- Chapter 11. ́Pentecost́ in The World -- Birgit Meyer -- Index --
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  • 35
    ISBN: 9781785339950
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 158 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Asian Anthropologies 9
    Keywords: Legitmation, Chinese Divination, Anthropology of China, Superstition, Fortune Telling, Contemporary China
    Abstract: Having long been stigmatized as an immoral and even illegal ́superstitioń, the popular practice of divination is experiencing a revival in contemporary China. Fate Calculation Experts explores how diviners attempt to achieve legitimation in a society which identifies strongly with modernity, science, and rationality. As well as associating with modern knowledge production systems, diviners build a positive social image for their occupation via claims to moral authority and appeals to ́traditioń. Beyond matters of image management, divinerś efforts towards legitimation also figure in the social relationships and fundamental cultural values they develop in their practice.
    Description / Table of Contents: Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. The Social and Political Status of Divination in China -- Chapter 2. The Practice of Divination and Diviners -- Chapter 3. Typical Customers of Divination -- Chapter 4. The Moral Discourses of Divination -- Chapter 5. Divination as an Aspect of ́Traditional Culturé -- Chapter 6. Divination as Counselling -- Chapter 7. The Professionalization of Divination through Associations -- Conclusion -- References -- Index --
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  • 36
    ISBN: 9781789204841
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 288 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    DDC: 200.9
    Keywords: Black Atlantic; Atlantic Studies; Transatlantic Anthropology; Transatlantic History; Religion; Mobility; Belonging; Cultural Heritage; Placemaking
    Abstract: Focusing on mobility, religion, and belonging, the volume contributes to transatlantic anthropology and history by bringing together religion, cultural heritage and placemaking in the Atlantic world. The entanglements of these domains are ethnographically scrutinized to perceive the connections and disconnections of specific places which, despite a common history, are today very different in terms of secular regimes and the presence of religion in the public sphere. Ideally suited to a variety of scholars and students in different fields, Atlantic Perspectives will lead to new debates and conversations throughout the fields of anthropology, religion and history.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Introduction: Ethnographic Perspectives on the Atlantic -- Markus Balkenhol, Ruy Llera Blanes, and Ramon Sarró -- Chapter 1. Silent Histories: Deadly Chinos and the Memorialization of a Chinese Imaginary through Afro-Cuban Religions -- Diana Espíríto Santo -- Chapter 2. Of Revelation and Re-Creation: Christian Miracles and African Traditions in the Atlantic -- Roger Sansi -- Chapter 3. Peruvian Israelites: Territorial Narratives and Religious Connections across the Atlantic -- Carmen González Hacha -- Chapter 4. Defending What’s Ours: Asserting Land Rights through Popular Catholicism in a Brazilian Quilombo -- Katerina Chatzikidi -- Chapter 5. Emergent Atlantics: Black Evangelicals’ Quest for a New Moral Geography in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil -- Bruno Reinhardt -- Chapter 6. The Universal Church of the Kingdom of God in Portugal: Avoiding Stigmas and Building Bridges -- Claudia Swatowiski -- Chapter 7. Our Lady of Fátima in Brazil, Iemanjá in Portugal: Afro-Brazilian Religions across the Atlantic -- Clara Saraiva -- Chapter 8. Eight Movements and a Coda on the Baroque Atlantic -- Mattijs van de Port -- Chapter 9. The Spirit(s) of New Orleans: Community Healing through Commemoration -- Roos Dorsman -- Chapter 10. Imaging the African Diaspora: Cultural Heritage, Religion, and Belonging in the Netherlands -- Markus Balkenhol -- Chapter 11. Places of No History in Angola -- Ruy Llera Blanes -- Chapter 12. Slavery Histories from the Hinterland: Making Indigenous Heritage Landscapes in Western Burkina Faso -- Laurence Douny -- Chapter 13. A Prophetic Enclave: Religious Heritage and Environmental History in Northern Angola -- Ramon Sarró and Marina Temudo -- Conclusion: From the Atlantic Point of View: Some Concluding Thoughts -- Ramon Sarró -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789203523
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 168 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    DDC: 305.23096894
    Keywords: world studies;zambia;social analysis;economics;social upheaval;neoliberalism;globalism;zambian children;unmonitored children;child relationships;child studies;linguistics;ethnography;ethnographics;rural african life;growing up in rural africa;children;sociology
    Abstract: Growing up with social and economic upheaval in the peripheries of global neoliberalism, children in rural Zambia are presented with diverging social and moral protocols across homes, classrooms, church halls, and the streets. Mostly unmonitored by adults, they explore the ambiguities of adult life in playful interactions with their siblings and kin across gender and age. Drawing on rich linguistic-ethnographic details of such interactions combined with observations of school and household procedures, the author provides a rare insight into the lives, voices, and learning paths of children in a rural African setting.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Growing Up in Han’gombe Village -- Chapter 1. Approaching Children’s Perspectives: Reflections on Fieldwork -- Chapter 2. “Know a Dead Man’s Feet by his Child” Family Life in a Changing Society -- Chapter 3. “Is That How You Insult in Your House?” Linguistic Agency among Hang’ombe Children -- Chapter 4. The Distant Power of School: Academic Practices in Daily Life -- Conclusion: Past and Future Perspectives -- References -- Index --
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  • 38
    ISBN: 9781789203325
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 340 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Politics of Repair 1
    Keywords: Connection Between Tinkering and Innovation; Ethnography of Repair and Brokkenness; Politics of Failure; Indigenous Ways of Solving Problems; Responses to Failure and Wrongdoings
    Abstract: Exploring some of the ways in which repair practices and perceptions of brokenness vary culturally, Repair, Brokenness, Breakthrough argues that repair is both a process and also a consequence which is sought out—an attempt to extend the life of things as well as an answer to failures, gaps, wrongdoings, and leftovers. This volume develops an open-ended combination of empirical and theoretical questions including: What does it mean to claim that something is broken? At what point is something broken repairable? What are the social relationships that take place around repair? And how much tolerance for failure do our societies have?
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Illustrations -- Introduction: Insiders’ Manual to Breakdown -- Francisco Martínez -- Head, Hand, Heart: On Contradiction, Contingency and Repair -- Caitlin DeSilvey -- Chapter 1. Underwater, Still Life: Multi-species Engagements with the Art Abject of a Wasted American Warship -- Joshua O. Reno -- Beyond the Sparkle Zones -- Kathleen Stewart -- Chapter 2. “Till Death Do Us Part”: The Making of Home Through Holding onto Objects -- Tomás Errázuriz -- “The Lady is Not There”: Repairing Tita Meme as a Telecare User -- Tomás Sánchez Criado -- Chapter 3. In the House of Un-Things: Decay and Deferral in a Vacated Bulgarian Home -- Martin Demant Frederiksen -- Undisciplined Surfaces -- Mateusz Laszczkowski -- Chapter 4. A Ride on the Elevator. Infrastructures of Brokenness and Repair in Georgia -- Tamta Khalvashi -- Don’t Fix the Puddle: A Puddle Archive as Ethnographic Account of Sidewalk Assemblages -- Mirja Busch and Ignacio Farías -- Chapter 5. What is in a Hole? Voids out of Place and Politics below the State in Georgia -- Francisco Martínez -- Maintaining Whose Road? -- Agnieszka Joniak-Lüthi -- Chapter 6. Dirtscapes: Contest over Value, Garbage and Belonging in Istanbul -- Aylin Yildirim Tschoepe -- Repairing Russia -- Michał Murawski -- Chapter 7. Village Vintage in Southern Norway: Revitalisation and Vernacular Entrepreneurship in Culture Heritage Tourism -- Sarah Holst Kjær -- A Story of Time Keepers -- Jérôme Denis and David Pontille -- Chapter 8. Keeping Them “Swiss”. The Transfer and Appropriation of Techniques for Luxury Watch Repair in Hong-Kong -- Hervé Munz -- Lost Battles of De-bobbling -- Magdalena Crăciun -- Chapter 9. Small Mutinies in the Comfortable Slot: The New Environmentalism as Repair -- Eeva Berglund -- Why Stories About the Broken Down Snowmobiles Can Teach You A Lot About the Life in the Arctic Tundra -- Aimar Ventsel -- Chapter 10. The Imperative of Repair: Fixing Bikes – For Free -- Simon Batterbury and Tim Dant -- Repair and Responsibility: The Art of Doris Salcedo -- Siobhan Kattago -- Chapter 11. Repair and (Re)creation: Broken Relationships and a Path Forward for Austrian Holocaust Survivors -- Katja Seidel -- Living Switches -- Wladimir Sgibnev -- Chapter 12. Brokenness and Normality in Design Culture -- Adam Drazin -- And Then You See Yourself Disappear (in Iceland) -- Jason Pine -- Epilogue: This Mess We’re In, Or Part Of -- Patrick Laviolette -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789203547
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 170 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Worlds in Motion 6
    DDC: 304.8
    Keywords: European Union; Mobility; Structured Inequalities; Spatial Choices and Practices; Habitus
    Abstract: French sociologist and anthropologist Pierre Bourdieu’s relevance for studies of spatiality and mobility has received less attention than other aspects of his work. Here, Deborah Reed-Danahay argues that the concept of social space, central to Bourdieu’s ideas, addresses the structured inequalities that prevail in spatial choices and practices. She provides an ethnographically informed interpretation of social space that demonstrates its potential for new directions in studies of mobility, immobility, and emplacement.  This book traces the links between habitus and social space across the span of Bourdieu’s writings, and places his work in dialogue with historical and contemporary approaches to mobility.
    Description / Table of Contents: Preface -- Introduction: Bourdieu, Social Space, and Mobility -- Chapter 1. Bourdieu’s World-Making -- Chapter 2. A Sense of One’s Place -- Chapter 3. Landscapes of Mobility -- Chapter 4. The Nation-State and Thresholds of Social Space -- Chapter 5. The European Union as Social Space -- Conclusion: Toward an Ethnography of Social Space -- References -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789203585
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 260 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Dislocations 26
    Keywords: China; Domestic Dislocation in the Contemporary Countryside; Dispossession; Red Capitalism; Socialist Sovereignty
    Abstract: Chinese citizens make themselves at home despite economic transformation, political rupture, and domestic dislocation in the contemporary countryside. By mobilizing labor and kinship to make claims over homes, people, and things, rural residents withstand devaluation and confront dispossession. As a particular configuration of red capitalism and socialist sovereignty takes root, this process challenges the relationship between the politics of place and the location of class in China and beyond.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on Transliteration -- Introduction: The Countryside as Home -- PART I: HISTORY, POLITICS, PLACE -- Chapter 1. The Big Village -- Chapter 2. Genealogies Revealed and Concealed -- PART II: GENDER, GENERATION, KINSHIP -- Chapter 3. Reproducing Kin across Generational Divides -- Chapter 4. Gendered Aspirations in Marriage -- PART III: LABOR, LOCATION, PRECARITY -- Chapter 5. Fields, Food, and the Market -- Chapter 6. Dangerous Domesticities -- Conclusion: Claims, Belonging, and the Home -- Postscript: Home as Workplace -- References -- Index --
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  • 41
    ISBN: 9781789201567
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 100 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Series Statement: Critical Interventions: A Forum for Social Analysis 18
    Keywords: critique of current populist movements;different anthropological experiences;integral to western democratic systems;exclusionary essentialisms;paradox of democracy;political accountability and historical consciousness;populist movements;populist rhetoric;populism
    Abstract: Does populism indicate a radical crisis in Western democratic political systems? Is it a revolt by those who feel they have too little voice in the affairs of state or are otherwise marginalized or oppressed? Or are populist movements part of the democratic process? Bringing together different anthropological experiences of current populist movements, this volume makes a timely contribution to these questions. Contrary to more conventional interpretations of populism as crisis, the authors instead recognize populism as integral to Western democratic systems. In doing so, the volume provides an important critique that exposes the exclusionary essentialisms spread by populist rhetoric while also directing attention to local views of political accountability and historical consciousness that are key to understanding this paradox of democracy.
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: Populism and its Paradox -- Bruce Kapferer and Dimitrios Theodossopoulos -- Chapter 1. From “The People” to “The Citizens”: The Possibilities and Limitations of Populist Discourse in Argentina -- Victoria Goddard -- Chapter 2. The Brazilian Crisis and the Ghosts of Populism -- John Gledhill -- Chapter 3. Lurching between Consensus and Chaos: Shades of Populism in Australian Indigenous Policy -- Melinda Hinkson and Jon Altman -- Chapter 4. Populism’s Claims: The Struggle between Privilege and Equality -- Susana Narotzky -- Chapter 5. How Populism Works -- Michael Herzfeld --
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  • 42
    ISBN: 9781789201772
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 288 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Keywords: Southern African Development;Legacy of Colonialism;Development Models;South Africa;Zimbabwe;Economic development;Rethinking and Unthinking;Coloniality;Inequality;Poverty
    Abstract: Development has remained elusive in Africa. Through theoretical contributions and case studies focusing on Southern Africa’s former white settler states, South Africa and Zimbabwe, this volume responds to the current need to rethink (and unthink) development in the region. The authors explore how Africa can adapt Western development models suited to its political, economic, social and cultural circumstances, while rejecting development practices and discourses based on exploitative capitalist and colonial tendencies. Beyond the legacies of colonialism, the volume also explores other factors impacting development, including regional politics, corruption, poor policies on empowerment and indigenization, and socio-economic and cultural barriers.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Abbreviations -- List of Tables and Figures -- Introduction: Rethinking and Unthinking Development in Africa -- Busani Mpofu and Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni -- PART I: THEORY, CONCEPTS AND DISCOURSE -- Chapter 1. Rethinking Development in the Age of Global Coloniality -- Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni -- Chapter 2. Rethinking and Reclaiming Development in Africa -- Vusi Gumede -- Chapter 3. Elusive Solutions to Poverty and Inequality: From ‘Trickle Down’ to ‘Solidarity Economy’ -- Tidings P. Ndhlovu -- PART II: DEVELOPMENT, URBANISM AND POVERTY -- Chapter 4. Urban Poverty in Zimbabwe: Historical and Contemporary Issues -- Rudo Barbra Gaidzanwa -- Chapter 5. Theory of Poverty or Poverty of Theory?: A Decolonial Intervention on Urban Poverty in South Africa -- Raymond Nyapokoto and Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni -- PART III: EMPOWERMENT, REGIONALISM, IDENTY AND DEVELOPMENT -- Chapter 6. The ‘Native Returns’: Assessing and Re-imagining Indigenisation and Black Economic Empowerment as Development Projects in the ‘Post-colony’ -- Tamuka Charles Chirimambowa and Tinashe Lukas Chimedza -- Chapter 7. Ethno-Politics and Regionalism in Post-colonial Zimbabwe: The Matabeleland Development Question and the Imperative for Development Redress after the Crisis -- Vusilizwe Thebe -- Chapter 8. The Politics of Land Ownership in South Africa: Self-Perceptions and Identities of Backyard Dwellers within the Coloured Community -- Wendy Isaacs-Martin -- PART IV: DEVELOPMENT, SOCIAL POLICY AND AFRICAN FAMILIES -- Chapter 9. Understanding the Conceptualisation of African Families: A Social Policy Development Poser in South Africa -- Busani Mpofu -- Chapter 10. Socio-economic and Cultural Barriers to Marital Unions and HIV Incidence Correlates: A Public Policy Poser for South Africa? -- Busani Ngcaweni -- Chapter 11. Old Persons Cash Grant Pay-out Days: How Beneficiaries Become Victims of Abuse in South Africa -- Gloria Sauti -- Afterword: End of Development and Rise of Decoloniality as the Future -- Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni and Busani Mpofu -- References -- Index --
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  • 43
    ISBN: 9781789203387
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 188 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Keywords: West Africa; Water Economy; Drinking Water; Water Distribution; Water Vendors
    Abstract: Water, Life, and Profit offers a holistic analysis of the people, economies, cultural symbolism, and material culture involved in the management, production, distribution, and consumption of drinking water in the urban context of Niamey, Niger. Paying particular attention to two key groups of people who provide water to most of Niamey’s residents - door-to-door water vendors, and those who sell water in one-half-liter plastic bags (sachets) on the street or in small shops – the authors offer new insights into how Niamey’s water economies affect gender, ethnicity, class, and spatial structure today.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Why Water? Why Now? -- Chapter 1. Situating Water in the 21st Century -- Chapter 2. Historical Urban Development in Niamey -- Chapter 3. Accessing Water in Niamey -- Chapter 4. Water Delivery Vendors in Niamey -- Chapter 5. “Pure Water” in Niamey -- Chapter 6. Fluid Materialism in Niamey -- Conclusion -- References -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789203400
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 186 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    Keywords: portrait of alpine settlement;resistance to outsiders and modernization;two way process of research;villagers embrace four small children;act as participant observers;intrusion of observation;distorts ordinary life observed;challenges of multi vocality;economy;culture;history;ethnographic enterprise
    Abstract: In Sometime Kin, Sandra Wallman paints the portrait of an Alpine settlement – its history, economy and culture, and its unusual resistance to outsiders and modernization. Against this, her journal shows the villagers embracing her four small children and acting as participant observers in the two-way process of research. This project happened more than forty years ago and involved a uniquely large fieldwork family, but its insights have wider significance. The book argues that the intrusion of observation inevitably distorts the ordinary life observed, that the challenges of multi-vocality and “truth” are always with us, and that memory is the bedrock of every ethnographic enterprise.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Perspectives -- Chapter 2. Setting -- Chapter 3. Boundaries -- Chapter 4. Population -- Chapter 5. Children -- Chapter 6. School -- Chapter 7. Money and Property -- Chapter 8. Work -- Chapter 9. Animals -- Chapter 10. Marie -- Chapter 11. Caterina -- Chapter 12. Margherita -- Chapter 13. Martin -- Chapter 14. Twenty-five Years On -- Ethnographer’s Epilogue -- Cast of Characters -- Glossary -- References -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789202021
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 212 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    DDC: 306.4/60995
    Keywords: Pacific Rim;Ethnographic Studies of Plant Materials;Anthropology of Design and Material Culture;New Materialities;Making
    Abstract: How does design and innovation shape people’s lives in the Pacific? Focusing on plant materials from the region, How Materials Matter reveals ways in which a variety of people – from craftswomen and scientists to architects and politicians – work with materials to transform worlds. Recognizing the fragile and ephemeral nature of plant fibres, this work delves into how the biophysical properties of certain leaves and their aesthetic appearance are utilized to communicate information and manage different forms of relations. It breaks new ground by situating plant materials at the centre of innovation in a region.
    Description / Table of Contents: Acknowledgements -- List of Illustrations -- Introduction: Materials and Design -- PART I: MATERIALS UNDER THE MICROSCOPE -- Chapter 1. On the Materials of Mats -- Chapter 2. Materials on the Move -- Chapter 3. What’s in a Plant Leaf? -- PART II: MATERIALS: DESIGN: TRANSFORMATION -- Chapter 4. Of Canoes and Troughs -- Chapter 5. Enclosures and Disclosures -- PART III: MATERIAL FUTURES -- Chapter 6. Returning Cultural Knowledge in a Digital Design Context -- Chapter 7. Material Histories and the Changing Nature of Museum Collections -- Conclusion: Towards a New Understanding of Materiality -- Bibliography -- Index --
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    ISBN: 9781789203301
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 236 p.
    Edition: 1st edition
    DDC: 306.09
    Keywords: Indigenous Peoples; European State Powers; Hybridization and Power Relations; Colonial History; Archaeological Data
    Abstract: Colonial encounters between indigenous peoples and European state powers are overarching themes in the historical archaeology of the modern era, and postcolonial historical archaeology has repeatedly emphasized the complex two-way nature of colonial encounters. This volume examines common trajectories in indigenous colonial histories, and explores new ways to understand cultural contact, hybridization and power relations between indigenous peoples and colonial powers from the indigenous point of view. By bringing together a wide geographical range and combining multiple sources such as oral histories, historical records, and contemporary discourses with archaeological data, the volume finds new multivocal interpretations of colonial histories.
    Description / Table of Contents: List of illustrations -- Chapter 1. Introduction: In Search of Indigenous Voices in the Historical Archaeology of Colonial Encounters -- Tiina Äikäs and Anna-Kaisa Salmi -- Chapter 2. The Sounds of Colonization: An Examination of Bells at Point Pearce Aboriginal Mission Station/Burgiyana, South Australia -- Madeline Fowler, Amy Roberts, and Lester-Irabinna Rigney -- Chapter 3. Colonization, Sámi Sacred Sites and Religious Syncretism, c. AD 500–1800 -- Inga-Maria Mulk and Tim Bayliss-Smith -- Chapter 4. Seeking the Indigenous Perspective: Colonial Interactions at Fort Saint Pierre, French Colonial Louisiane (1719–29) -- LisaMarie Malischke -- Chapter 5. Clockwork Porridge: An Archaeological Analysis of Everyday Life in the Early Mining Communities of Swedish Lapland in the Seventeenth Century -- Risto Nurmi -- Chapter 6. “Not on Bread but on Fish and By Hunting”: Food Culture in Early Modern Sápmi -- Ritva Kylli, Anna-Kaisa Salmi, Tiina Äikäs and Sirpa Aalto -- Chapter 7. Landscapes of Resilience at the Cut Bank Boarding School, Montana -- William A. White and Brandi E. Bethke -- Chapter 8. Conflicts in Memory and Heritage: Dakota Perspectives on Historic Fort Snelling, Minnesota -- Katherine Hayes -- Chapter 9. Discussion: Colonialism Past and Present: Archaeological Engagements and Entanglements -- Carl-Gösta Ojala -- Chapter 10. Perspectives on Indigenous Voices and Historical Archaeology -- Alistair Paterson and Shino Konishi -- Afterword -- Alistair Paterson and Shino Konishi -- Index --
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