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Culture/Theory

Further Reflections

Cultural Citizenship and Educational Democracy

At Play in the Fields (and Borders) of the Imaginary: Melanesian Transformations of Forgetting

Anthropology and Multiculturalism: What is Anthropology That Multiculturalists Should Be Mindful of It?

Changing Israeli Landscapes: Buildings and the Uses of the Past

Protestant Theories and Anthropological Knowledge: Convergent Models in the Ecuadorian Sierra

Commitment and Contextual Study in Anthropology

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

Myth, History, and Political Identity

Postmodernism and the Public Sphere: Implications for an Historical Ethnography

Speculations upon the Origin of Elementary Structures

Interpretation and Vision: A Critique of Cryptopositivism

Beyond “Culture”: Space, Identity, and the Politics of Difference

National Geographic: The Rooting of Peoples and the Territorialization of National Identity Among Scholars and Refugees

Space for Everything (A Commentary)

The Postmodern Crisis: Discourse, Parody, Memory

Autoconstruction in Working-Class Brazil

Anthropology As Cultural Critique: Inserts for the 1990s Cultural Studies of Science, Visual-Virtual Realities, and Post-Trauma Polities

The Premature Demise of Postmodern Urbanism

Death and Memory: From Santa María del Monte to Miami Beach

A Broad(er)side to the Canon Being a Partial Account of a Year of Travel among Textual Communities in the Realm of Humanities Centers and Including a Collection of Artificial Curiosities

Toward an Experience-Near Anthropology

Against Ethnography

Consuming Desires: Strategies of Selfhood and Appropriation

Tactility and Distraction

American Academic Journal Editing in the Great Bourgeois Cultural Revolution of Late 20th-Century Postmodernity: The Case of Cultural Anthropology

Representing Culture: The Production of Discourse(s) for Aboriginal Acrylic Paintings

What Does Anybody Want?: Desire, Purpose, and the Acting Subject in the Study of Culture

The Scholastic Point of View

Our Master, Our Brother: Lévi-Strauss's Debt to Rousseau