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Social Class and Citizenship

"Empty Cradles" and the Quiet Revolution: Demographic Discourse and Cultural Struggles of Gender, Race, and Class in Italy

Second Lines, Minstrelsy, and the Contested Landscapes of New Orleans Afro-Creole Festivals

Raymond Williams, George Stocking, and Fin-de-Siècle U.S. Anthropology

Anthropology and Politics in Studies of National Character

Spatial Reconfigurations, Imagined Geographies, and Social Conflicts in Cartagena, Colombia

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

The Dundus and the Nation

Of Birds and Gifts: Reviving Tradition on an Indonesian Frontier

Representing Violence and “Othering” Somalia

The Signifying Crab

Sarcophagus: Chernobyl in Historical Light

Cultural Citizenship and Educational Democracy

Of Mimicry and Marginality: Comments on Anna Tsing's “From the Margins”

From the Margins

Landlords and the Devil: Class, Ethnic, and Gender Dimensions of Central American Peasant Narratives

The Other in Chamula Tzotzil Cosmology and History: Reflections of a Kansan in Chiapas

Gifts, Bribes, and Guanxi: A Reconsideration of Bourdieu's Social Capital

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

Whose History? Whose Voice? Myth and Resistance in the Rise of the New Left in Mexico

Race, Rubbish, and Resistance: Empowering Difference in Community Politics

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

Culture and Categorization in a Turn-of-the-Century Barcelona Elite

Avant-gardism as a Mode of Culture Change

Bombay Talkies, the Word and the World: Salman Rushdie's Satanic Verses

Does the Working Class Have a Culture in the Anthropological Sense?

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

Incestuous Twins and the House Societies of Insular Southeast Asia

The Irony of Stereotypes: Toward an Anthropology of Ethnicity

Talk and Real Talk: The Voices of Silence and the Voices of Power in American Family Life

The Evolution of Ethnic Markers