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Ethnography

Stories and Cosmogonies: Imagining Creativity Beyond "Nature" and "Culture"

The Elegiac Addict: History, Chronicity, and the Melancholic Subject

Incitements to Discourse: Illicit Drugs, Harm Reduction, and the Production of Ethnographic Subjects

The Coolie

The End(s) of Ethnography: Social/Cultural Anthropology's Signature Form of Producing Knowledge in Transition

Four Genealogies for a Recombinant Anthropology of Science and Technology

Versions of the Dead: Kalunga, Cuban-Kongo Materiality, and Ethnography

Governmentality, Language Ideology, and the Production of Needs in Malagasy Conservation-Development

Displacing Violence: Making Pentecostal Memory in Postwar Sierra Leone

Ethnography and American Studies

Activist Research v. Cultural Critique: Indigenous Land Rights and the Contradictions of Politically Engaged Anthropology

Ethnography in the Forest: An Analysis of Ethics in the Morals of Anthropology

Due Diligence and "Reasonable Man," Offshore

Discipline and the Arts of Domination: Rituals of Respect in Chimborazo, Ecuador

Living Ethnological Exhibits: The Case of 1886

Domestic Exceptions: Evans-Pritchard and the Creation of Nuer Patrilineality and Equality

"Local Theory": Nature and the Making of an Amazonian Place

Emotional Liberty: Politics and History in the Anthropology of Emotions

The Theft of Carnaval: National Spectacle and Racial Politics in Rio de Janeiro

The Book in the Coffin: On the Ambivalence of “Informants”

The Politics of Discursive Authority in Research on the “Invention of Tradition”

Resisting Identities: A Found Theme

Maya Hackers and the Cyberspatialized Nation-State: Modernity, Ethnostalgia, and a Lizard Queen in Guatemala

“These Are the Stories That the Dogs Tell”: Discourses of Identity and Difference in Ethnography and Science Fiction

Hope to Die a Dope Fiend

The Ethnographer's Textual Presence: On Three Forms of Anthropological Authorship

Beyond Writing: Feminist Practice and the Limitations of Ethnography

A Note from the Journal Editor

The Ethnography of Natural Selection in the 1990s

Response to David B. Edwards's “Afghanistan, Ethnography, and the New World Order”: On the Involuntary Redrawing of Our Subject Matter