This post builds on the research article “Lonely Drinking Fountains and Comforting Coolers: Paradoxes of Water Value and Ironies of Water Use,” which was published in the November 2011 issue of the Society’s peer-reviewed journal, Cultural Anthropology.
Cultural Anthropology has published other articles on the concept of community, such as Brian Keith Axel’s “The Context of Diaspora” (2004), René T. A. Lysloff’s “Musical Community on the Internet: An On-line Ethnography” (2003), and Mei Zhan’s “Does It Take a Miracle? Negotiating Knowledges, Identities, and Communities of Traditional Chinese Medicine” (2001).
Cultural Anthropology has also published numerous articles about the United States, including Jessica R. Cattelino’s “The Double Bind Of American Indian Need-Based Sovereignty” (2010), Jake Kosek’s “Ecologies of Empire: On the New Uses of the Honeybee” (2010), Joseph Masco’s “‘Survival is Your Business’: Engineering Ruins and Affect in Nuclear America” (2008), and Daniel Rosenblatt’s “The Antisocial Skin: Structure, Resistance, and “Modern Primitive” Adornment in the United States” (2008).
Select Additional Works by the Author
“Local Politics and a Global Commodity: Fijian Water in Fiji and New York” Cultural Anthropology 22.4(2007): 685-706. *Reissued 2010 in a Cultural Alnthropology virtual issue on Water*
"The Hau of Other Peoples' Gifts" Ethnohistory 52.1(2005): 29-46.
Represented Communities: Fiji and World Decolonization. Co-authored with John D Kelly. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
"Nation and Decolonization: Towards a New Anthropology of Nationalism." Co-authored with John D. Kelly. Anthropological Theory 1.4(2001): 419-437.
Neither Cargo nor Cult: Ritual Politics and the Colonial Imagination in Fiji. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1995.
"Panopticon in Poona: An essay on Foucault and Colonialism" Cultural Anthropology10.1(1995): 85-98.
“Why ‘Water Wally’? Envisioning the Environmental Good in Singapore”