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Visual Anthropology, Art, & Politics

Playlists: Cinematic Anthropology

Photography and Photo-Elicitation after Colonialism

Beyond Fact or Fiction: On the Materiality of Race in Practice

Material Interventions: Indonesian DIY Fashion and the Regime of the Global Brand

From Socialist Modern to Super-Natural Organicism: Cosmological Transformations Through Home Decor

A Properly Political Concept of Love: Three Approaches in Ten Pages

Settlement's Secret

Response to Orin Starn: "Here Come the Anthros (Again): The Strange Marriage of Anthropology and Native America

The Bellwether Ewe: Recent Developments in Ethnographic Filmmaking and the Aesthetics of Anthropological Inquiry

Here Come the Anthros (Again): The Strange Marriage of Anthropology and Native America

The Rhythmic Beat of the Revolution in Iran

Cosmopolitanism, Remediation, and the Ghost World of Bollywood

Ethics, Iconoclasm, and Qur'anic Art in Indonesia

Objects of Love and Decay: Colonial Photographs in a Postcolonial Archive

Conforming Disconformity: “Mestizaje”, Hybridity, and the Aesthetics of Mexican Nationalism.

Violence and the Rhetoric of Images

Latinizing Culture: Art, Museums, and the Politics of U.S. Multicultural Encompassment

Identity Dub: The Paradoxes of an Indian American Youth Subculture (New York Mix)

Generation X: Anthropology in a Media-Saturated World

Originality in the Postcolony: Choreographing the Neoethnic Body of Philippine Ballet

Karaoke as Modern Lhasa, Tibet: Western Encounters with Cultural Politics

Animated Indians: Critique and Contradiction in Commodified Children's Culture

Representing Violence and “Othering” Somalia

What Became Authentic Primitive Art?

On Telling/Selling a Book by Its Cover

Refractions of the Field at Home: American Representations of Hindu Holy Men in the 19th and 20th Centuries

Ethnographic Showcases, 1870–1930

Photojournalism, Anthropology, and Ethnographic Authority

The Theatricality of History Making and the Paradoxes of Acting

Masochism, Spectacle, and the “Broken Mirror” Clown Entrée: A Note on the Anthropology of Performance in Postmodern Culture