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Media Studies

Indigenous Media Futures: An Introduction

The Road Forward

Digital Sutures: Experimental Stop-Motion Animation as Future Horizon of Indigenous Cinema

<em>ARCTICNOISE</em> and Broadcasting Futures: Geronimo Inutiq Remixes the Igloolik Isuma Archive

Television is not Radio: Theologies of Mediation in the Egyptian Islamic Revival

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

Generative Hope in the Postapocalyptic Present

Sounds of Democracy: Performance, Protest, and Political Subjectivity

Rethinking Sovereignty through Hashtag Publics: The New Body Politics

Inhabiting Media: An Anthropology of Life in Digital Speed

Seeing (from) Digital Peripheries: Technology and Transparency in Kenya’s Silicon Savannah

The Future of Price: Communicative Infrastructures and the Financialization of Indian Tea

#Indebted: Disciplining the Moral Valence of Mortgage Debt Online

Anthropology Electric

The Sociopolitical Lives of Dead Bodies: Tibetan Self-Immolation Protest as Mass Media

Photography and Photo-Elicitation after Colonialism

Santería Copresence and the Making of African Diaspora Bodies

The Closet, Its Conventions, and Anti-Racist Criticism

Dreamwork: Cell Phone Novelists, Labor, and Politics in Contemporary Japan

Ethnography Is, Ethnography Ain't

Piracy, Circulatory Legitimacy, and Neoliberal Subjectivity in Brazil

The Modernity of Manual Reproduction: Soviet Propaganda and the Creative Life of Ideology

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

The Cross Politics of Ecuador's Penal State

American Stiob: Or, What Late-Socialist Aesthetics of Parody Reveal about Contemporary Political Culture in the West

Cosmopolitanism, Remediation, and the Ghost World of Bollywood

Branding the Mahatma: The Untimely Provocation of Gandhian Publicity

Moscow's Echo: Technologies of the Self, Publics, and Politics on the Russian Talk Show

Coincidence and Consequence: Marianism and the Mass Media in the Global Philippines

Code Is Speech: Legal Tinkering, Expertise, and Protest among Free and Open Source Software Developers