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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
Reversals of perspective in the search for legitimacy: history becomes myth again [1979] Cambridge anthropology 5 (2): 47-53
  • A Strathern
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
To Mer, Mabuiag, Muralug and Moresby: the Torres straits expedition [1976] Cambridge anthropology 3 (2): 1-21
  • P Sillitoe
Held in suspense: promise, threat and revocability as modalities of governance 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (1): 1-16
  • Fernando Montero
  • Luciana Chamorro
  • Syantani Chatterjee
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Subjects of aspirations: populist governance in post-revolutionary Nicaragua 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (1): 34-51
  • Luciana Chamorro
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Doing Barzakh, making Boza: betwixt and between migration and immigration in Tangier 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (1): 17-33
  • A. George Bajalia
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Aane Wala Hai: waiting for the arrival of the state 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (1): 52-68
  • Syantani Chatterjee
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Waiting for dignity housing: slum redevelopment, cruel governance and unaccounted time Hyderabad 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (1): 69-86
  • Indivar Jonnalagadda
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Afterword: thoughts on governance, punctuation and authoritarian populism 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (1): 87-97
  • Maria José de Abreu
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Discreet diplomacy: practices of secrecy in transnational think tanks 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (1): 98-117
  • Adrienne Sörbom
  • Christina Garsten
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Accountabilities in the NHS: coercion, finance and responsibility 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (1): 118-36
  • Piyush Pushkar
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Susan Drucker-Brown (1936-2023) 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (2): vii
  • Marilyn Strathern
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Introduction: technologies and infrastructures of trust 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (2): 1-14
  • Anna Weichselbraun
  • Ramah McKay
  • Shaila Seshia Galvin
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Refuge: vital trust beyond the human 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (2): 15-32
  • Kate McClellan
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Humanitarian technologies of trust 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (2): 33-50
  • Julie Billaud
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
When partners are suspect(s): trust, transparency, and racialised suspition in global health infrastructures 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (2): 51-70
  • Cal Biruk
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Trust as affective infrastructure: constructing the firm/community boundary in resource extraction 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (2): 71-86
  • Adela Zhang
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Essentialising medicines: trust, markets, and industrial origins in pharmaceutical 'track and trace' programmes 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (2): 87-104
  • Ramah McKay
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Afterword. Trust: too much, too little, never enough 2023 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 41 (2): 105-11
  • Andrea Ballestero
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Introduction 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 1-17
  • Meádhbh McIvor
  • Michael Edwards
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
The grace in hierarchy: seniors, God, and the sources of life in southern Ethiopia 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 18-33
  • Julian Summerschúh
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
An unaccontable love: healing and sacrifice in post-genocide Rwanda 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 34-50
  • Nofit Itzhak
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Always something missing: giving without intention among Sino-Taiwanese Protestants and others 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 51-67
  • Gareth Breen
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
The Orthodox Charismatic gift 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 68-83
  • Giuseppe Tateo
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
The charism of the Christian left. Dissidence as habit in a time of bi-polar theopolitics 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 84-103
  • Neena Mahdev
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Commensuration. The Semantics of Bwan among three generations of Wa and Lahu prophets 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 104-20
  • Hans Steinmüller
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Afterword: amazing grace 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (1): 121-8
  • Vincent Lloyd
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
States of feeling: public servants’ affective and emotional entanglements in the making of the state 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (2): 1-20
  • Luisa Enria
  • Pauline Jarroux
  • Sophie Andreetta
  • Susanne Verheul
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
A state of relief: feelings, affect and emotions in instantiating the Malawi state in disaster relief 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (2): 21-35
  • Tanja D. Hendricks
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Granting ‘human dignity’: how emotions and professional ethos make public services 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (2): 36-53
  • Sonja Andreeta
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Reaching 'the vulnerable' by working from the heart? Community case workers in Zimbabwe 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (2): 54-71
  • Saana Hansen
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Fear at work: bureaucratic and affective encounters between primary school teachers and their ‘chiefs’ in postcolonial Benin 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (2): 72-87
  • Pauline Jarroux
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Seeing Fidel in the sky: unruly affects in the making of the state in rural Cuba 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (2): 88-105
  • Marie Aureille
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Bequeathing a world: ecological inheritance, generational conflict, and dispossession 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (2): 106-23
  • Kath Weston
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Christian modernisation in Amazonia: emerging materialism in Shuar Evangelicals’ healing practices 2022 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 40 (2): 124-42
  • Christian Tym
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Introduction 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (1): 1-17
  • Liana Chua
  • Omri Grimberg
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
We were there: rethinking truth with Midiativistas in Rio de Janeiro 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (1): 18-36
  • Raffaella Fryer Moreira
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
The anthropologist's video camera: forced displacement and production of audio-visual witnessing in Northern Sudan 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (1): 37-54
  • Valerie Hänsch
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Committee as witness: ethics review as technology of collective attestation 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (1): 55-71
  • Rachel Douglas-Jones
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Witnessing and testimony as event: Israeli NGOs, Palestinian witnesses, and the undoing of human rights bureaucracy 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (1): 93-110
  • Omri Grinberg
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
The aesthetics and publics of testimony: participation and agency in architectural memorializations of the 1993 Solingen arson attack 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (1): 72-92
  • Eray Çaylı
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Witnessing the unseen: extinction, spirits, and anthropological responsibility 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (1): 111-29
  • Liana Chua
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Witnessing: virtual conversations 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (1): 130-42
  • Asale Angel-Ajani
  • Carolyn J. Dean
  • Meg McLagan
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Afterword: for a synaesthetics of seeing 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (1): 143-9
  • Naisargi N. Dave
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Introduction. Beyond revolution: reshaping nationhood through senses and affects 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (2): 1-18
  • Miriam Lamrani
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
The lived temporalities of prognosis: fixing and unfixing futures 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (2): 138-55
  • Dikaios Sakellarious
  • Narelle Warren
  • Nina Nissen
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Vandalism as symbolic reparation: imaginaries of protest in Nicaragua 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (2): 19-38
  • Ileana L. Selejan
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
Laughing with, laughing at: humor and revolution in the 2019 Venice pavillions of Chile and Egypt 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (2): 39-58
  • Alkisti Efthymiou
  • Chrisolua Lionis
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716
The democratic grotesque: distortion, liminality, and dissensus in postrevolutionary Tunisia 2021 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 39 (2): 59-77
  • Charis Boutieri
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-] 2047-7716