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Volume 9 , Number 1
March 2021

Michael C. Ennis-McMillan and Cathy Lynne Costin, Co-Editors – Open Anthropology.
Signs in Human Hands: A Model for the Intonated Object
Emily S. K. Anderson – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. Volume 21, Issue 1:166-179 (2012)
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Cruising through uncertainty: Cell phones and the politics of display and disguise in Inhambane, Mozambique
Julie Soleil Archambault – American Ethnologist. Volume 40, Issue 1:88-101 (2013)
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Toward an Archaeology of Secrecy: Power, Paradox, and the Great Gods of Samothrace
Sandra Blakeley – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. Volume 21, Issue 1:49-71 (2012)
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#Ferguson: Digital protest, hashtag ethnography, and the racial politics of social media in the United States
Yarimar Bonilla and Jonathan Rosa – American Ethnologist. Volume 42, Issue 1:4-17 (2015)
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Siting, Sighting, and Citing the Dead
Douglas K. Charles and Jane E. Buikstra – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. Volume 11, Issue 11:13-25 (2008)
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Texting Amor: Emerging Intimacies in Textually Mediated Romance among Tzotzil Mayan Youth
Lourdes de León – Ethos. Volume 45, Issue 4:462-488 (2017)
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The Masked Face
John J. Honigmann – Ethos. Volume 5, Issue 3: 263-280 (1977)
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Strangership and Social Media: Moral Imaginaries of Gendered Strangers in Rural China
Tom McDonald – American Anthropologist. Volume 121, Issue 1:76-88 (2018)
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Material Culture and Diasporic Experiences: A Case of Medieval Hanse Merchants in the Baltic
Magdalena Naum – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. Volume 26, Issue 1:72-86 (2015)
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No Black Public Sphere in White Public Space: Racialized Information and Hi-Tech Diffusion in the Global African Diaspora
Helán Enoch Page – Transforming Anthropology. Volume 8, Issues 1&2:111-128 (1999)
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The Semiotics of Gunung Kawi: Materializing Affiliation at Ancient and Modern Balinese Temples
John W. Schoenfelder – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. Volume 21, Issue 1:147-165 (2012)
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Selfie Love: Public Lives in an Era of Celebrity Pleasure, Violence, and Social Media
Jesse Weaver Shipley – American Anthropologist. Volume 117, Issue 2:403-413 (2015)
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An Overview of Telemedicine: The Virtual Gaze of Health Care in the Next Century
Arushi Sinha – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 14, Issue 3:291-309 (2000)
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Remote or Mobile Work as an Occasion for (Re)structuring Professional and Personal Identities
Perri Strawn – NAPA Bulletin. Volume 30, Issue 1:89-101 (2008)
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Being in Two Spaces at Once: Virtual Meetings and Their Representation
Christina Wasson – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Volume 16, Issue 1:103-130 (2006)
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