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Contents:

EDITORS' NOTES

    1. R EDITORS' NOTES
      1. ANNE ALLISON
        CHARLES PIOT

FUTURES OF NEOLIBERALISM

    1. R BLACKOUTS AND PROGRESS: Privatization, Infrastructure, and a Developmentalist State in Jimma, Ethiopia
      1. DANIEL MAINS
    2. R PIRACY, CIRCULATORY LEGITIMACY, AND NEOLIBERAL SUBJECTIVITY IN BRAZIL
      1. ALEXANDER S. DENT
    3. R WITCHCRAFT, BUREAUCRAFT, AND THE SOCIAL LIFE OF (US)AID IN HAITI
      1. ERICA CAPLE JAMES
    4. R BEFORE (AND AFTER) NEOLIBERALISM: Tacit Knowledge, Secrets of the Trade, and the Public Sector in Egypt
      1. JULIA ELYACHAR
    5. R THE GLOBAL UNIVERSITY, AREA STUDIES, AND THE WORLD CITIZEN: Neoliberal Geography's Redistribution of the "World"
      1. TOM LOOSER

IMMUNOLOGY

    1. R INTRODUCTION
      1. A. DAVID NAPIER
    2. R NONSELF HELP: How Immunology Might Reframe the Enlightenment
      1. A. DAVID NAPIER
    3. R IMMUNOLOGY, THE HUMAN SELF, AND THE NEOLIBERAL REGIME
      1. PAUL CLOUGH
    4. R ON METAPHOR: Reciprocity and Immunity
      1. MICHAEL M. J. FISCHER
    5. R IMMUNOLOGY, A DUBIOUS ALLY OF ANTHROPOLOGY? A Comment on David Napier's "Nonself Help: How Immunology Might Reframe the Enlightenment"
      1. ANNE MARIE MOULIN
    6. R THE OTHER WHO IS ALSO ONESELF: Immunological Risk, Danger, and Recognition
      1. NANCY SCHEPER-HUGHES
    7. R THE VIRAL INTIMACIES OF ETHNOGRAPHIC ENCOUNTERS: Prolegomenon to a Thought Experiment in the Play of Metaphors
      1. GEORGE E. MARCUS
    8. R IMMUNOLOGY AND THE BETWEEN
      1. PAUL STOLLER

BOOK REVIEWS

    1. R Crooked Stalks: Cultivating Virtue in South India by Anand Pandian
      1. JONATHAN SPENCER
    2. R Pigeon Trouble: Bestiary Biopolitics in a Deindustrialized America by Hoon Song
      Wild Dog Dreaming: Love and Extinction by Deborah Bird Rose

      1. EBEN S. KIRKSEY