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Experts, Expertise, and Expert Knowledge

Geeks, Social Imaginaries, and Recursive Publics

Third Nature: Making Space and Time in the Great Limpopo Conservation Area

Situating Global Capitalisms: A View from Wall Street Investment Banks

After Culture: Reflection on the Apparition of Anthropology in Artificial Life, a Science of Simulation

Domestic Exceptions: Evans-Pritchard and the Creation of Nuer Patrilineality and Equality

Recent Developments in French Anthropology of France and the Role of the Mission du Patrimoine Ethnologique

How the Anthropology of France Has Changed Anthropology in France: Assessing New Directions in the Field

Emotional Liberty: Politics and History in the Anthropology of Emotions

Latinizing Culture: Art, Museums, and the Politics of U.S. Multicultural Encompassment

The Salt of the Montaña: Interpreting Indigenous Activism in the Rain Forest

The Book in the Coffin: On the Ambivalence of “Informants”

The Politics of Discursive Authority in Research on the “Invention of Tradition”

Commitment and Contextual Study in Anthropology

Millennium

Out of Anthropology: The Anthropologist as an Object of Dramatic Representation

Anthropology and Colonial Discourse: Aspects of the Demonological Construction of Sinhala Cultural Practice

Postmodernism and the Public Sphere: Implications for an Historical Ethnography

Against Ethnography

A Broad(er)side to the Canon Being a Partial Account of a Year of Travel among Textual Communities in the Realm of Humanities Centers and Including a Collection of Artificial Curiosities

Toward an Experience-Near Anthropology

Missing the Revolution: Anthropologists and the War in Peru

American Academic Journal Editing in the Great Bourgeois Cultural Revolution of Late 20th-Century Postmodernity: The Case of Cultural Anthropology

The Scholastic Point of View

Some Quotes as Queries Pertaining to Bourdieu's Own Scholastic Point of View

Reply to Moffatt

The HRAF as Radical Text?

Ethnology Brazilian Style

Our Master, Our Brother: Lévi-Strauss's Debt to Rousseau

The Production of European High Culture in Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Trust as Artificial Curiosity

Montaigne and the Cannibals: Toward a Redefinition of Exoticism