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Walls, Fences, and Barriers: Anthropology on the Border

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Volume 7 , Number 1
March 2019

Sallie Han and Jason Antrosio – Open Anthropology.
“Build the Wall!”: Post-Truth on the US–Mexico Border
Hilary Parsons Dick – American Anthropologist. Vol 121, Issue 1: 179-185 (2019)
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Steel Walls and Picket Fences: Rematerializing the U.S.–Mexican Border in Ambos Nogales
Randall H. McGuire – American Anthropologist. Vol 115, Issue 4: 1466-1480 (2013)
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Toward Estimating Geographic Origin Of Migrant Remains Along The United States–Mexico Border
M. Katherine Spradley – Annals of Anthropological Practice. Vol 38, Issue 1: 101-110 (2014)
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Engaging with the Immigrant Human Rights Movement in a Besieged Border Region: What Do Applied Social Scientists Bring to the Policy Process
Josiah McC. Heyman, Maria Cristina Morales, and Guillermina Gina Núñez – NAPA Bulletin. Vol 31: 13-29 (2009)
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Making Violence Visible at the US/Mexico Border: Review of the Exhibitions Fencing In Democracy and State of Exception/Estado de Excepción, and the Film El Mar La Mar
Amahl Bishara and Naomi Schiller – Visual Anthropology Review. Vol 33, Issue 2: 195-200 (2017)
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Beyond Surveillance and Moonscapes: An Alternative Imaginary of the U.S.–Mexico Border Wall
Margaret E. Dorsey and Miguel Diaz-Barriga – Visual Anthropology Review. Vol 26, Issue 2: 128-135 (2010)
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Framing Visual Politics: Photography of the Wall in Palestine
Nayrouz Abu Hatoum – Visual Anthropology Review. Vol 3, Issue 1: 18-27 (2017)
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The Writing on the Walls: The Graffiti of the Intifada
Julie Peteet – Cultural Anthropology. Vol 11, Issue 2: 135-159 (1996)
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Uprooting Identities: The Regulation of Olive Trees in the Occupied West Bank
Irus Braverman – Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Vol 32, Issue 2: 237-264 (2009)
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“I Will Not Die on This Street’: Thinking Things Over in Conflicted Belfast
Matthew McCoy – Ethos. Vol 46, Issue 4: 421-439 (2018)
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Book Review Essay: The Ethnography of Contradiction: Studying Post-Unification Germany
Roberta Fiske-Rusciano – American Anthropologist. Vol 102, Issue 2: 358-360 (2000)
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Book review of Steffen Kohn’s Mediating Mobility: Visual Anthropology in the Age of Migration
Christiane Brosius – Visual Anthropology Review. Vol 34, Issue 2: 166-168 (2018)
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Time and the Migrant Other: European Border Controls and the Temporal Economics of Illegality
Ruben Andersson – American Anthropologist. Vol 116, Issue 4: 795-800 (2014)
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The Wall and the Chicken
Faedah M. Totah – Anthropology News. Vol 58, Issue 2: e183-e186 (2017)
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