Jonah S. Rubin

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Richard Handler on Anthropology and Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Education

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Richard Handler on Anthropology and Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Education

On today's show, Prof. Richard Handler discusses his role in founding the Global Development Studies program at the University of Virginia and the ways anthropo... More

Rituals of Mourning in the Public Sphere: A #AAA2012 Panel Review

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Rituals of Mourning in the Public Sphere: A #AAA2012 Panel Review

How do various emotional responses emerge out of rituals of public mourning? This was the question examined in various contexts by the panel “Mass Mourning: Obj... More

How to Research Affect Ethnographically: A #AAA2012 Panel Review

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How to Research Affect Ethnographically: A #AAA2012 Panel Review

How are anthropologists and other ethnographers to study the seemingly ephemeral and slippery category of affect? This was the question taken up by the three pr... More

Physical Training, Ethical Discipline, and Creative Violence: Zones of Self-Mastery in the Hindu Nationalist Movement: Supplemental Material

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Physical Training, Ethical Discipline, and Creative Violence: Zones of Self-Mastery in the Hindu Nationalist Movement: Supplemental Material

Editorial OverviewIn the February 2010 issue of Cultural Anthropology, Arafaat A. Valiani examines projects of self-mastery within neighborhood physical trainin... More

Sympathy, State Building, and the Experience of Empire: Supplemental Material

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Sympathy, State Building, and the Experience of Empire: Supplemental Material

Editorial FootnotesCultural Anthropology has published many essays on postcolonialism. See Anand Pandian's essay "Pastoral Power in the Postcolony: On the Biopo... More