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Biopolitics and the war on fat : AE Forum

    1. R Weighty subjects: The biopolitics of the U.S. war on fat
      1. Susan Greenhalgh
    2. R Commentary: Biopolitical injustice and contemporary capitalism
      1. Peter Benson

Articles

    1. R The athlete's body and the global condition: Tongan rugby players in Japan
      1. Niko Besnier
    2. R Conversion, continuity, and moral dilemmas among Christian Bidayuhs in Malaysian Borneo
      1. Liana Chua
    3. R Accidents of equity and the aesthetics of Chinese offshore incorporation
      1. Bill Maurer
        Sylvia J. Martin
    4. R Documentary disorders: Managing medical multiplicity in Maputo, Mozambique
      1. Ramah McKay
    5. R The biopolitics of hospitality in Greece: Humanitarianism and the management of refugees
      1. Katerina Rozakou
    6. R Creating model consumers: Producing ethnicity, race, and class in Asian American advertising
      1. Shalini Shankar
    7. R The psychic life of biopolitics: Survival, cooperation, and Inuit community
      1. Lisa Stevenson
    8. R Configuring the authentic value of real food: Farm-to-fork, snout-to-tail, and local food movements
      1. Brad Weiss

Book Reviews

    1. R Pretty Modern: Beauty, Sex, and Plastic Surgery in Brazil by Alexander Edmonds
      1. DONNA GOLDSTEIN
    2. R Unveiling Secrets of War in the Peruvian Andes by Olga M. González
      1. LINDA J. SELIGMANN
    3. R The Tour Guide: Walking and Talking New York by Jonathan R. Wynn
      1. NATALIE ALVAREZ
    4. R Isma'ili Modern: Globalization and Identity in a Muslim Community by Jonah Steinberg
      1. DAROMIR RUDNYCKYJ
    5. R Cultured States: Youth, Gender, and Modern Style in 1960s Dar es Salaam by Andrew Ivaska
      1. DANIEL MAINS
    6. R Ethnographic Sorcery by Harry G. West
      1. NAOMI HAYNES
    7. R Recreating Japanese Men edited by Sabine Frühstück and Anne Walthall
      1. CYNTHIA DICKEL DUNN
    8. R ¡Venceremos?: The Erotics of Black Self-Making in Cuba by Jafari S. Allen
      1. KRISTINA WIRTZ
    9. R Reservation Reelism: Redfacing, Visual Sovereignty, and Representations of Native Americans in Film by Michelle H. Raheja
      1. LEIGHTON C. PETERSON
    10. R New Organ within Us: Transplants and the Moral Economy by Aslihan Sanal
      1. MONIR MONIRUZZAMAN
    11. R Hip Hop Desis: South Asian Americans, Blackness, and a Global Race Consciousness by Nitasha Tamar Sharma
      1. RAYMOND CODRINGTON
    12. R Shari'a Politics: Islamic Law and Society in the Modern World edited by Robert W. Hefner
      1. ERIN E. STILES
    13. R Fallen Elites: The Military Other in Post-Unification German by Andrew Bickfor
      1. JASON JAMES
    14. R Cultures of Migration: The Global Nature of Contemporary Mobility by Jeffrey H. Cohen and Ibrahim Sirkeci
      1. LOURDES GUTIÉRREZ NÁJERA
    15. R Money and Violence: Financial Self-Help Groups in a South African Township by Erik Bähre
      1. EMILY MARGARETTEN
    16. R The Gender of Memory: Rural Women and China's Collective Past by Gail Hershatter
      1. SHANSHAN DU
    17. R The Paradox of Relevance: Ethnography and Citizenship in the United States by Carol J. Greenhouse
      1. GEORGE E. MARCUS
    18. R Ordinary Ethics: Anthropology, Language, and Action edited by Michael Lambek
      1. RENA LEDERMAN
    19. R Insectopedia by Hugh Raffles
      1. DAVID MCDERMOTT HUGHES
    20. R Out of Place: Madness in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea by Michael Goddard
      1. RICHARD SCAGLION
    21. R Gangs, Politics and Dignity in Cape Town by Steffen Jensen
      1. DEBORAH DURHAM
    22. R Learning to Speak, Learning to Listen: How Diversity Works on Campus by Susan E. Chase
      1. BONNIE URCIUOLI
    23. R Social Anthropology and Human Origins by Alan Barnard
      1. KIRK ENDICOTT
    24. R Picturing Islam: Art and Ethics in a Muslim Lifeworld by Kenneth M. George
      1. JESSICA WINEGAR
    25. R Vodou Nation: Haitian Art Music and Cultural Nationalism by Michael Largey
      1. WILLIAM HOPE
    26. R Being There: Learning to Live Cross-Culturally edited by Sarah H. Davis and Melvin Konner
      1. JOYCE D. HAMMOND