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Toward a Fugitive Anthropology: Gender, Race, and Violence in the Field

Another Life is Possible: Black Fugitivity and Enclosed Places

Triggering Change: Police Homicides, Community Healing, and the Emergent Eventfulness of the New Civil Rights

One View from a Deterritorialized Realm: How Black/Queer Renarrativizes Anthropological Analysis

Santería Copresence and the Making of African Diaspora Bodies

Race, Sovereignty, and Civil Rights: Understanding the Cherokee Freedmen Controversy

Genetic Diaspora: Producing Knowledge of Genes and Jews in Rural South Africa

Radmilla's Voice: Music Genre, Blood Quantum, and Belonging on the Navajo Nation

Cuban Cabildos, Cultural Politics, and Cultivating a Transnational Yoruba Citizenry

T/racing Belonging through Cuban Tourism

Notes on Cultural Citizenship in the Black Atlantic World

Shifting Multicultural Citizenship: Trinidad Orisha Opens the Road

Black Atlantic Visions: History, Race, and Transnationalism in Ghana

Race in Africa Today: A Commentary

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

Racial Situations: Nationalist Vindication and Radical Deconstructionism

Race/Sex Theory ‘Toward a New and More Possible Meeting’

Affect and Rearticulating the Racial “Un-Sayables”

The Closet, Its Conventions, and Anti-Racist Criticism

Mexican Genomics and the Roots of Racial Thinking

Sitting at the Kitchen Table: Fieldnotes from Women of Color in Anthropology

The Museum of Resilence: Raising a Sympathetic Public in Post-Welfare Chicago

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

Settlement's Secret

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

We Were Dancing in the Club, Not on the Berlin Wall: Black Bodies, Street Bureaucrats, and Exclusionary Incorporation into the New Europe

"But What If I Should Need To Defecate In Your Neighborhood, Madame?": Empire, Redemption, and the “Tradition of the Oppressed” in a Brazilian World Heritage Site

Good Gifts for the Common Good: Blood and Bioethics in the Market of Genetic Research

Bioethnic Conscription: Genes, Race, and Mexicana/o Ethnicity in Diabetes Research

Third Nature: Making Space and Time in the Great Limpopo Conservation Area