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Volume 8 , Number 2
July 2020

Sallie Han and Jason Antrosio – Open Anthropology.
Reflections on Hope as a Category of Social and Psychological Analysis
Vincent Crapanzano – Cultural Anthropology. Vol 18, Issue 1: 3-32 (2003)
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Book review of R.R. Marett’s Faith, Hope, and Charity in Primitive Religion
F.W. Schmidt – American Anthropologist. Vol 35, Issue 1 168-173 (1933)
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Economy of Dreams: Hope in Global Capitalism and Its Critiques
Hirokazu Miyazaki – Cultural Anthropology. Vol 21, Issue 2: 147-172 (2006)
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Fighting for Justice, Dying for Hope on the Protest Line in Colombia
Lesley Gill – North American Dialogue. Vol 9, Issue 2: 9-13 (2006)
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Barack Obama's Campaign of Hope: Unifying the General and the Personal
Hirokazu Miyazaki – Anthropology News. Vol 49, Issue 8: 5-8 (2008)
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Book review of Cheryl Mattingly’s The Paradox of Hope: Journeys through a Clinical Borderland
Jill Rowe – Ethos. Vol 40, Issue 2: 1-2 (2012)
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“Make Sure Somebody Will Survive from This”: Transformative Practices of Hope among Danish Organ Donor Families
Anja M.B. Jensen – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Vol 30, Issue 3: 378-394 (2016)
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The Meaning of the Present: Hope and Foreclosure in Narrations about People with Severe Brain Damage
Eleonor Antelius – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Vol 21, Issue 3: 324-342 (2007)
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The Makeup of Destiny: Predestination and the Labor of Hope in a Moroccan Emigrant Town
Alice Elliot – American Ethnologist. Vol 43, Issue 3: 488-499 (2016)
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The Hope Crusades: Culturalism and Reform in the Arab World
Mayssoun Sukarieh – PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Vol 35, Issue 1: 115-134 (2012)
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Freezing Seeds and Making Futures: Endangerment, Hope, Security, and Time in Agrobiodiversity Conservation Practices
Rodney Harrison – Culture, Agriculture, Food, and Environment. Vol 39, Issue 2: 80-89 (2017)
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Clinging to Hope through Education: The Consequences of Hope for Rural Laborers in Telangana, India
Tanya Jakimow – Ethos. Vol 44, Issue 1: 11-31 (2016)
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The Complicity of Hope
Ayse Parla – Political and Legal Anthropology Review Series: Emergency for Turkish Democracy. (2017)
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Mobilizing Hope: Beyond the Shame-Based Model in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict
Ronit Avni – American Anthropologist. Vol 108, Issue 1: 205-214 (2006)
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Generative Hope in the Postapocalyptic Present
William Lempert – Cultural Anthropology. Vol 33, Issue 2: 202-212 (2018)
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