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Volume 5 , Number 3
October 2017

Jason Antrosio and Sallie Han – Open Anthropology.
Deprovincializing Trump, Decolonizing Diversity, and Unsettling Anthropology
Jonathan Rosa and Yarimar Bonilla – American Ethnologist. Vol 44, Issue 2:201-208 (2017)
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Reflections on Teaching Social Violence in an Age of Genocide and a Time of War
Alisse Waterston and Antigona Kukaj – American Anthropologist. Vol 109, Issue 3:509-518 (2007)
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Pathologies of Power: Health, Human Rights, and the New War on the Poor
Paul Farmer – North American Dialogue. Vol 6, Issue 1:1-4 (2003)
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Book review of Paul Farmer, et al (editors) Reimagining Global Health: An Introduction; João Biehl and Adriana Petryna (editors) When People Come First: Critical Studies in Global Health
Craig R. Janes – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Vol 28, Issue 4:b11-b15 (2014)
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The BlackLight Project and Public Scholarship: Young Black Women Perform against and through the Boundaries of Anthropology
Aimee Cox – Transforming Anthropology. Vol 17, Issue 1:51-64 (2009)
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Engaging Opportunities in Urban Revitalization: Practicing Detroit Anthropology
Sherylyn Briller and Andrea Sankar – Annals of Anthropological Practice. Vol 37, Issue 1:156-178 (2013)
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Producing the Middle Class: Domestic Tourism, Ethnic Roots, and Class Routes in Brazil
Audrey Ricke – The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology.
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Introduction: Toward an Anthropology of Affect and Evocative Ethnography
Ian Skoggard and Alisse Waterston – Anthropology of Consciousness. Vol 26, Issue 2:109-120 (2015)
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Book Review of Alisse Waterston's My Father's Wars: Migration, Memory, and the Violence of a Century
Paul Stoller – American Ethnologist. Vol 41, Issue 4:775-777 (2014)
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On Moving Words
Aimee Cox and Dana-Ain Davis – Transforming Anthropology. Vol 21, Issue 1:1-3 (2013)
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Ethnography Is, Ethnography Ain't
John L. Jackson Jr – Cultural Anthropology. Vol 27, Issue 3:480-497 (2012)
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Review of Michael Wesch’s An Anthropological Introduction to YouTube
Willow Scobie – American Anthropologist. Vol 113, Issue 4:661-662 (2011)
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Book review of Norma Mendoza-Denton’s Homegirls: Language and Cultural Practice among Latina Youth Gangs
Hilary Parsons Dick – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 22, Issue 2:E108-E111 (2012)
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The Semiotic Hitchhiker's Guide to Creaky Voice: Circulation and Gendered Hardcore in a Chicana/O Gang Persona
Norma Mendoza-Denton – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 21, Issue 2:261-280 (2011)
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Standardization, Racialization, Languagelessness: Raciolinguistic Ideologies across Communicative Contexts
Jonathan Rosa – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 26, Issue 2:162-183 (2016)
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