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Issue 26.3, August 2011


The August issue of Cultural Anthropology features seven articles that span topics including labor activism in the Caribbean, Hindu nationalism in India, clean energy in the U.K., stem cell research in Denmark, and creative practice in educational contexts in Israel and the U.S. The August issue also includes a book review by John Law, "The Explanatory Burden: An Essay on Hugh Raffles' Insectopedia."

August issue supplemental pages include interviews with Ruch Chaturvedi, Sonja Luehrmann, and Brad Weiss, as well as author commentary from Eitan Wilf.