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Violence

Making Art from Uncertainty: Magic and Its Politics in South African Rugby

Witness: Humans, Animals, and the Politics of Becoming

Socialities of Indignation: Denouncing Party Politics in Karachi

"Xenophobia" in South Africa: Order, Chaos, and the Moral Economy of Witchcraft

Why Ethnography Matters: On Anthropology and Its Publics

Beyond Fact or Fiction: On the Materiality of Race in Practice

Affect and Rearticulating the Racial “Un-Sayables”

Existential Damages: The Injury of Precarity Goes to Court

A Kidnapping in Basra: the Struggles and Precariousness of Life in Post-invasion Iraq

Excelente Zona Social

Witchcraft, Bureaucraft, and the Social Life of (US) Aid in Haiti

“Somehow it Happened”: Violence, Culpability, and the Hindu Nationalist Community

Violence, Just in Time: War and Work in Contemporary West Africa

Ecologies of Empire: On the New Uses of the Honeybee

The Cross Politics of Ecuador's Penal State

Physical Training, Ethical Discipline, and Creative Violence: Zones of Self-Mastery in the Hindu Nationalist Movement

From the Enemy's Point of View: Violence, Empathy, and the Ethnography of Fakes

The Songs of the Siren: Engineering National Time on Israeli Radio

Fathers, Sons, and the State: Discipline and Punishment in a Wolof Hinterland

El Campo: Faciality and Structural Violence in Farm Labor Camps

Getting by the Occupation: How Violence Became Normal during the Second Palestinian Intifada

The Humanitarian Politics of Testimony: Subjectification through Trauma in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict

The Coolie

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

"Survival is Your Business": Engineering Ruins and Affect in Nuclear America

The City as Barracks: Freetown, Monrovia, and the Organization of Violence in Postcolonial African Cities

Circulation, Accumulation, and The Power of Shuar Shrunken Heads

Mediating Infanticide: Theorizing Relations between Narrative and Violence

Displacing Violence: Making Pentecostal Memory in Postwar Sierra Leone

Of Children and Jinn: An Inquiry into an Unexpected Friendship during Uncertain Times