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Flexible Citizenship in Dubai: Neoliberal Subjectivity in the Emerging 'City-Corporation'

The Songs of the Siren: Engineering National Time on Israeli Radio

Panopticon in Poona: An Essay on Foucault and Colonialism

Lonely Drinking Fountains and Comforting Coolers: Paradoxes of Water Value and Ironies of Water Use

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

Sovereignty: An Introduction

Sincerity, “Modernity,” and the Protestants

Knowing One's Place: National Language and the Idea of the Local in Eastern Indonesia

Liberating Sick Birds: Poststructuralist Perspectives on the Biopolitics of Avian Influenza

Participatory Discrepancies and the Power of Music

The Wild Indoors: Room-Spaces of Scientific Inquiry

Threats to Difference in Colonial Fiji

Gender, Modernity, and Eroticized Internationalism in Japan

Beyond Copyright and Technology: What Open Access Can Tell Us about Precarity, Authority, Innovation, and Automation in the University Today

Anthropology of/in Circulation: The Future of Open Access and Scholarly Societies

Geeks, Social Imaginaries, and Recursive Publics

Designing Digital Infrastructure: Four Considerations for Scholarly Publishing Projects

Journey to the Center of the Earth: The Caribbean as Master Symbol

Of Children and Jinn: An Inquiry into an Unexpected Friendship during Uncertain Times

A Magical Reorientation of the Modern: Professional Organizers and Thingly Care in Contemporary North America

Anthropology, Theology, and Critical Pedagogy: A Conversation with Jean Comaroff and David Kyuman Kim

Toward an Anthropology of Landmines: Rogue Infrastructure and Military Waste in the Korean DMZ

Trials of Identity in America

Chemo-Ethnography: An Introduction

The Emergence of Multispecies Ethnography: A Special Guest-Edited Issue of Cultural Anthropology

"Then What Have I to Do with Thee?": On Identity, Fieldwork, and Ethnographic Knowledge

Maasai on the Lawn: Tourist Realism in East Africa

Spaces of Dispersal

Becoming a Force in the Zone: Hedonopolitics, Masculinity, and the Quest for Respect on Haiti’s Streets