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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Anthropological Institute

Volume 18, Number 1, 1 March 2012

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Demonic trade: debt, materiality, and agency in Amazonia
pp. 140-159(20)
Author: WALKER, HARRY

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Anthropology and its many modernities: when concepts matter
pp. 160-178(19)
Author: THOMASSEN, BJØRN

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What's up, Doctor Goffman? Tell us where the action is!
pp. 179-190(12)
Author: HANDLER, RICHARD

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Extensionism and the nature of kinship
pp. 191-193(3)
Author: SHAPIRO, WARREN

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Challenging the dominant narratives on Rwandan history
pp. 194-196(3)
Author: TAYLOR, CHRISTOPHER

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Liquidated: an ethnography of Wall Street – By Karen Ho
pp. 201-202(2)
Author: CARRIER, JAMES G.

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Social anthropology and human origins – By Alan Barnard
pp. 204-205(2)
Author: INSOLL, TIMOTHY

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The origin of our species – By Chris Stringer
pp. 206-207(2)
Author: BARNARD, ALAN

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Apprenticeship in critical ethnographic practice – By Jean Lave
pp. 209-210(2)
Author: MARCHAND, TREVOR H.J.

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The masons of Djenné– By Trevor H.J. Marchand
pp. 210-211(2)
Author: MELHUISH, CLARE

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Islam and modernity in Turkey – By Brian Silverstein
pp. 230-231(2)
Author: LINDISFARNE, NANCY

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Visibly Muslim: fashion, politics, faith – By Emma Tarlo
pp. 231-232(2)
Author: LANDES, DAVID J.

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Books and films received
pp. 242-245(4)

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