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Affect, Embodiment and Sense Perception

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Homepage_slug_rhizome_art Editorial Introduction: Recent trends in social theory have placed great importance on “affect” for both analytic and political reasons, but the term is somewhat vague and ambiguous. For example, it has been described as felt bodily intensity that is: different from emotion and language; pre-social, but not asocial; material—or somehow pertaining to matter; dynamic and e... More...

Somatic Modes of Attention

The Body of One Color: Indian Wrestling, the Indian State, and Utopian Somatics

Cancer Butch

An Acoustic Register, Tenacious Images, and Congolese Scenes of Rape and Repetition

Fingeryeyes: Impressions of Cup Corals

Issue 29.1, February 2014

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Homepage_slug_29-1_cover_for_web_jpg With the February 2014 issue, Cultural Anthropology goes fully open access. This means that the journal is now freely available to anyone anywhere who has access to the Internet (rather than just those who can afford the fees that allow them to get behind the paywall of a commercial press), thereby returning publishing to the commons, where academic life begins. We wish to thank all those who h... More...