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Ethnic identity in historical perspective: the case of Igbo migrants in Jos, Nigeria[1979] Cambridge anthropology 5 (2): 17-32
  • M Anikpo
maps, tables, bibliogr.
Reversals of perspective in the search for legitimacy: history becomes myth again[1979] Cambridge anthropology 5 (2): 47-53
  • A Strathern
bibliogr.
Anthropological fieldwork: forerunners and inventors: a rejoinder to Paul Sillitoe [comment on 'To Mer, Mabuiag, Muralug and Moresby: the Torres straits expedition', by P. Sillitoe][1976] Cambridge anthropology 3 (2): 22-5
  • P Jorion
bibliogr.
To Mer, Mabuiag, Muralug and Moresby: the Torres straits expedition[1976] Cambridge anthropology 3 (2): 1-21
  • P Sillitoe
illus., map, bibliogr.
Who is afraid of the ontological wolf? Some comments on an ongoing anthropological debate2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (1): 2-17
  • Eduardo Viveiros de Castro
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674
Remaking the public good: a new anthropology of bureaucracy2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (1): 18-34
  • Laura Bear
  • Nayanika Mathur
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674introduction to special section
The marketization of HIV/AIDS governance: public-private partnerships and bureaucratic culture in Pakistan2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (1): 35-48
  • Ayaz Qureshi
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Remaking the public good: a new anthropology of bureaucracy'
Consensus for whom? Gaming the market for Atlantic bluefin tuna through the empire of bureaucracy2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (1): 49-64
  • Jennifer E. Telesca
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Remaking the public good: a new anthropology of bureaucracy'
Ways of knowing: freedom of information, access to persons and 'flexible' bureaucracy in Scotland2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (1): 65-80
  • Gemma John
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Remaking the public good: a new anthropology of bureaucracy'
De-judicialization, outsourced review and all-too-flexible bureaucracies in South African land restitution2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (1): 81-96
  • Olaf Zenker
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Remaking the public good: a new anthropology of bureaucracy'
Papering over the gaps: documents, infrastructure and political experimentation in highland Peru2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (1): 97-112
  • Annabel Pinker
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Remaking the public good: a new anthropology of bureaucracy'
Strategies of navigation: migrants' everyday encounters with Italian immigrantion bureaucracy2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (1): 113-28
  • Anna Tuckett
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Remaking the public good: a new anthropology of bureaucracy'
Do animists become naturalists when converting to Christianity? Discussing the ontological turn2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 3-19
  • Aparecida Vilaça
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674
Why revisit intimacy?2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 20-5
  • Aslı Zengin
  • Sertaç Sehlikoglu
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674introduction to special section 'Intimacy revisited'
Intimacy and belonging in Cuban tourism and migration2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 26-41
  • Valerio Simoni
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Intimacy revisited'
Bordering intimacy: the fight against marriages of convenience in Brussels2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 42-58
  • Maïté Maskens
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Intimacy revisited'
Labours of inter-religious tolerance: cultural and spatial intimacy in Croatia and Turkey2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 59-76
  • Jeremy W. Walton
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Intimacy revisited'
Intimate publics, public intimacies: natural limits, creation and the culture of Mahremiyet in Turkey2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 77-89
  • Sertaç Sehlikoglu
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Intimacy revisited'
Intimate events: the correctness of affective transactions in northeast Brazil2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 95-105
  • Matan Shapiro
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Intimacy revisited'
Intimacy through the ethnographic lens2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 106-10
  • Nico Besnier
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comment on special section 'Intimacy revisited'
Introduction and reply2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 111-15, 132-9
  • Michael Banner
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Anthropology and moral philosophy: a symposium on Michael Banner's The ethics of everyday life'
The ethics of suffering in everyday life2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 115-18
  • Lesley A. Sharp
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comment on M Banner in this issue, 111-15; in special section 'Anthropology and moral philosophy: a symposium on Michael Banner's The ethics of everyday life'
Ethical narrative and moral theory2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 118-21
  • Richard Madsen
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comment on M Banner in this issue, 111-15; in special section 'Anthropology and moral philosophy: a symposium on Michael Banner's The ethics of everyday life'
Specifying the relationship between social anthropology and moral theology2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 121-5
  • John H. Evans
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comment on M Banner in this issue, 111-15; in special section 'Anthropology and moral philosophy: a symposium on Michael Banner's The ethics of everyday life'
The ethics of everyday life: the next word2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 125-8
  • A. Derrick Lemons
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comment on M Banner in this issue, 111-15; in special section 'Anthropology and moral philosophy: a symposium on Michael Banner's The ethics of everyday life'
Reading Michael Banner on moral theology and social anthropology2015 Cambridge anthropology 33 (2): 128-32
  • Thomas J. Csordas
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comment on M Banner in this issue, 111-15; in special section 'Anthropology and moral philosophy: a symposium on Michael Banner's The ethics of everyday life'
Governing through the brain: neuropolitics, neuroscience and subjectivity2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (1): 3-23
  • Joelle Abi-Rached
  • Nikolas Rose
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674
The time of epidemics2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (1): 24-31
  • Christos Lynteris
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674introduction to special section 'Epidemic events and processes'
Sick weather ahead: on data-mining, crowd-sourcing and white noise2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (1): 32-46
  • Carlo Caduff
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Epidemic events and processes'
From purgatory to sentinel: 'forms/events' in the field of zoonoses2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (1): 47-61
  • Frédéric Keck
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Epidemic events and processes'
Epidemics as events and as crises: comparing two plague outbreaks in Manchuria (1910-11 and 1920-21)2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (1): 62-76
  • Christos Lynteris
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Epidemic events and processes'
Epidemic projectification: AIDS responses in Uganda as event and process2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (1): 77-94
  • Lotte Meinert
  • Susan Reynolds
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Epidemic events and processes'
The event of DOTS and the transformation of the tuberculosis syndemic in India2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (1): 95-113
  • Jens Seeberg
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Epidemic events and processes'
Relevance and realities of anthropological critiques of epidemiology2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (1): 114-20
  • Ezra J. Barzilay
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674afterword to special section 'Epidemic events and processes'
How do religions end? Theorizing religious traditions from the point of view of how they disappear2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 2-15
  • Joel Robbins
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674with comments and reply, 16-25
What if a religion is not made to last?2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 16-18
  • Aparecida Vilaça
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comments on J Robbin in this issue, 2-15, with reply by author, 23-5
The sense of an ending2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 18-20
  • Simon Coleman
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comments on J Robbin in this issue, 2-15, with reply by author, 23-5
Constructing continuity2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 20-1
  • Máire Ní Mahonaigh
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comments on J Robbin in this issue, 2-15, with reply by author, 23-5
But whose categories are these?2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 21-3
  • Don Seeman
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comments on J Robbin in this issue, 2-15, with reply by author, 23-5
On morality, time and religious disappearance2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 23-5
  • Joel Robbins
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674reply to comments in this issue, 16-23
Talk and practice: ethics and an individual in contemporary South India2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 26-41
  • Soumhya Venkatesan
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674
Introduction to 'Risks, ruptures and uncertainties: dealing with crisis in Asia's emerging economies'2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 42-8
  • Kirsten W. Endres
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section
'My generation had it all easy': accounts of anxiety and social order in post-Mao Nanjing2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 49-64
  • Roberta Zavoretti
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Risks, ruptures and uncertainties: dealing with crisis in Asia's emerging economies'
Marriage as crisis: revisiting a major dispute among Hadhramis in Indonesia2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 65-80
  • Martin Slama
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Risks, ruptures and uncertainties: dealing with crisis in Asia's emerging economies'
Ficticious kinship: intimacy, relatedness and boundaries in the life of Hanoi's migrant domestic workers2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 81-96
  • Minh T.N. Nguyen
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Risks, ruptures and uncertainties: dealing with crisis in Asia's emerging economies'
Downgraded by upgrading: small-scale traders, urban transformation and spatial reconfiguration in post-reform Vietnam2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 97-111
  • Kirsten W. Endres
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Risks, ruptures and uncertainties: dealing with crisis in Asia's emerging economies'
Suspition and the economy of trust among Palestinian refugees in Lebanon2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 112-27
  • Leonardo Schiocchet
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Risks, ruptures and uncertainties: dealing with crisis in Asia's emerging economies'
In vitro anthropos: new conception models for a recursive anthropology?2013 Cambridge anthropology 31 (1): 3-39
  • Sarah Franklin
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674with comments by H Landecker and C Thompson and reply
Introduction. 'Seeing' environmental process in time. Questions of evidence and agency2013 Cambridge anthropology 31 (1): 40-50
  • David Sneath
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Climate histories and environmental change: evidence and its interpretation'
The ice as argument. Topographical mementos in the High Arctic2013 Cambridge anthropology 31 (1): 51-67
  • Kirsten Hastrup
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Climate histories and environmental change: evidence and its interpretation'