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Issue 29.3, August 2014

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The August 2014 issue of Cultural Anthropology features seven original articles spanning animal-welfare activism in India (Naisargi Dave), global-health initiatives as a plan for humanity (Tobias Rees), the concept of the signature in particle physics (Arpita Roy), Santería body logics in Cuba (Aisha Beliso De-Jesús), Franco-Malagasy marriages and French immigration politics (Jennifer Cole), Lemba reckonings of their genetic Jewishness (Noah Tamarkin), and the politics of Cherokee Freedman civil rights and Cherokee sovereignty (Circe Sturm).

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