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Affect and Embodiment

Gravity’s Reverb: Listening to Space-Time, or Articulating the Sounds of Gravitational-Wave Detection

You-Will-Kill-Me-Beans: Taste and the Politics of Necessity in Humanitarian Aid

Last Chance Incorporated

Taking Love Seriously in Human-Plant Relations in Mozambique: Toward an Anthropology of Affective Encounters

The Charge against Electricity

Export-Quality Martyrs: Roman Catholicism and Transnational Labor in the Philippines

Attuning to the Chemosphere: Domestic Formaldehyde, Bodily Reasoning, and the Chemical Sublime

Totalitarian Tears: Does the Crowd Really Mean It?

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

Santería Copresence and the Making of African Diaspora Bodies

Cast Aside: Boredom, Downward Mobility, and Homelessness in Post-Communist Bucharest

Some Carry On, Some Stay in Bed: (In)convenient Affects and Agency in Neoliberal Nicaragua

Managing Hate: Political Delinquency and Affective Governance in Germany

Affect and Rearticulating the Racial “Un-Sayables”

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

Post/Socialist Affect: Ruination and Reconstruction of the Nation in Urban Vietnam

Thinking About the Secular Body, Pain, and Liberal Politics

Is There a Secular Body?

On Affective Labor in Post-Fordist Italy

Fingeryeyes: Impressions of Cup Corals

Gifts Intercepted: Biopolitics and Spirit Debt

Mediating Kinship: Country, Family, and Radio in Northern Australia

Potato Ontology: Surviving Postsocialism in Russia

Sympathy, State Building, and the Experience of Empire

The Elegiac Addict: History, Chronicity, and the Melancholic Subject

Consuming Class: Multilevel Marketers in Neoliberal Mexico

Watching U.S. Television From the Palestinian Street: The Media, the State and Representational Interventions

The Humanitarian Politics of Testimony: Subjectification through Trauma in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict

Getting by the Occupation: How Violence Became Normal during the Second Palestinian Intifada

An Acoustic Register, Tenacious Images, and Congolese Scenes of Rape and Repetition