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Globalization

Consuming Interests: Water, Rum, and Coca-Cola from Ritual Propitiation to Corporate Expropriation in Highlands Chiapas

The Allure of the Transnational: Notes on Some Aspects of the Political Economy of Water in India

Pesticides in Coca-Cola and Pepsi: Consumerism, Brand Image, and Public Image in a Globalizing India

Fijian Water in Fiji and New York: Local Politics and a Global Commodity

Circulation, Accumulation, and The Power of Shuar Shrunken Heads

Good Gifts for the Common Good: Blood and Bioethics in the Market of Genetic Research

Remediation and Local Globalizations: How Taiwan's "Digital Video Knights-Errant Puppetry" Writes the History of the New Media in Chinese

Technologies of the Voice: FM Radio, Telephone, and the Nepali Diaspora in Kathmandu

Cultural Sovereignty in a Global Art Economy: Egyptian Cultural Policy and the New Western Interest in Art from the Middle East

Activist Research v. Cultural Critique: Indigenous Land Rights and the Contradictions of Politically Engaged Anthropology

Due Diligence and "Reasonable Man," Offshore

Situating Global Capitalisms: A View from Wall Street Investment Banks

Eritrea Goes Global: Reflections on Nationalism in a Transnational Era

Subsumption or Consumption? The Phantom of Consumer Revolution in 'Globalizing China'

Material Consumers, Fabricating Subjects: Perplexity, Global Connectivity Discourses, and Transnational Feminist Research

Democratizing Dance: Institutional Transformation and Hegemonic Re-Ordering in Postcolonial Jamaica

Thug Realism: Inhabiting Fantasy in Urban Tanzania

The Global Situation

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

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

Interesting Friends and Faux Amis: An Introduction to New Directions in French Anthropology

At Home but Not at Home: Filipina Narratives of Ambivalent Returns

“A Broke-Up Mirror”: Representing Bajan in Print

Rimbaud's House in Aden, Yemen: Giving Voice(s) to the Silent Poet

"I Know All about Emma Lazarus": Nationalism and Its Contradictions in Congressional Rhetoric of Immigration Restriction

Anthropology and Politics in Studies of National Character

Students, Natives, Colleagues: Encounters in Academia and in the Field

Shadowboxing in the Mangrove

Spatial Reconfigurations, Imagined Geographies, and Social Conflicts in Cartagena, Colombia

Diversity with a Difference: Adat and the New Order in Aru (Eastern Indonesia)