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Affect and Embodiment

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

The Dundus and the Nation

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

Stamping the Earth with the Name of Allah: Zikr and the Sacralizing of Space among British Muslims

Embodied Trademarks: Mimesis and Alterity on American Commercial Frontiers

Performance and Imagination: Toward an Anthropology of the Spectacular and the Mundane

Ayurvedic Interiors: Person, Space, and Episteme in Three Medical Practices

The Misplaced Legacy of Gregory Bateson: Toward a Cultural Dialectic of Knowledge and Desire

Sarcophagus: Chernobyl in Historical Light

Cyborg Anthropology

Missing Emotion: The Limitations of Cultural Constructionism in the Study of Emotion

Genre and Embodiment: From Brazilian Capoeira to the Ethnology of Human Movement

Eating Chinese Medicine

The Ethnography of Natural Selection in the 1990s

Somatic Modes of Attention

The Body of One Color: Indian Wrestling, the Indian State, and Utopian Somatics

Commitment and Contextual Study in Anthropology

Individualism, Holism, and the Market Mentality: Notes on the Recollections of a Chinese Entrepreneur

Out of Anthropology: The Anthropologist as an Object of Dramatic Representation

The Decomposition of an Event

Interpretation and Vision: A Critique of Cryptopositivism

Male-Female Separation and Forms of Society

Exceptional Experiences in Everyday Life

Picturing Aborigines: A Review Essay on After Two Hundred Years: Photographic Essays on Aboriginal and Islander Australia Today. Edited by Penny Taylor for the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 1988

Toward an Experience-Near Anthropology

Sexuality and Cargo Cults: The Politics of Gender and Procreation in West New Britain

Consuming Desires: Strategies of Selfhood and Appropriation

Tactility and Distraction

Fictions that Save: Migrants' Performance and Basotho National Culture

What Does Anybody Want?: Desire, Purpose, and the Acting Subject in the Study of Culture