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#Review: Remediation in Rwanda

In her new book, Kirsten Doughty provides us with an ethnographic account of the paradoxes, contradictions and omissions of remediation processes in …


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#review: anthropology and law

The task of reviewing Mark Goodale’s Anthropology and Law: A Critical Introduction  was weird, in a fractal way. The book itself, the …


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Ethnography on Trial

Victoria Phaneuf, Lauren Penney and Lindsey Feldman in southern Louisiana in 2013 while conducting research on the midrange effects of the Deepwater …


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