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The Pacific

In the Shadow of the Palm: Dispersed Ontologies among Marind, West Papua

Crisis Effects

Generative Hope in the Postapocalyptic Present

Untidy Times: Alexis Wright, Extinction, and the Politics of Apprehension

An Urban Frontier: Respatializing Government in Remote Northern Australia

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

Kinky Empiricism

The Face of Money: Currency, Crisis, and Remediation in Post-Suharto Indonesia

Fijian Water in Fiji and New York: Local Politics and a Global Commodity

Tracking Properness: Repackaging Culture in a Remote Australian Town

Diversity with a Difference: Adat and the New Order in Aru (Eastern Indonesia)

Doors of Perception: Power and Representation in Bali

Threats to Difference in Colonial Fiji

The Agent in the Gift: Hidden Exchange in Inner New Guinea

Embedded Aesthetics: Creating a Discursive Space for Indigenous Media

At Play in the Fields (and Borders) of the Imaginary: Melanesian Transformations of Forgetting

First Contact with God: Individualism, Agency, and Revivalism in the Duke of York Islands

Photojournalism, Anthropology, and Ethnographic Authority

The Theatricality of History Making and the Paradoxes of Acting

The Decomposition of an Event

Male-Female Separation and Forms of Society

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

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

Race and Reflexivity: The Black Other in Contemporary Japanese Mass Culture

Representing Culture: The Production of Discourse(s) for Aboriginal Acrylic Paintings

"EXCUSE ME, EVERYTHING IS NOT ALL RIGHT": On Ethnography, Film, and Representation

Of Cannibals, Tourists, and Ethnographers

The Tasaday, Which and Whose? Toward the Political Economy of an Ethnographic Sign

Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson in Bali: Their Use of Photography and Film

Dialogic Editing: Interpreting How Kaluli Read Sound and Sentiment