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    1. R TOC

RACE THEORY/ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY

    1. R EDITORS' NOTE
      1. ANNE ALLISON
        CHARLES PIOT
    2. R MEXICAN GENOMICS AND THE ROOTS OF RACIAL THINKING
      1. JOHN HARTIGAN
    3. R T/RACING BELONGING THROUGH CUBAN TOURISM
      1. L. KAIFA ROLAND
    4. R BEYOND FACT OR FICTION: On the Materiality of Race in Practice
      1. AMADE M'CHAREK
    5. R SITTING AT THE KITCHEN TABLE: Fieldnotes from Women of Color in Anthropology
      1. TAMI NAVARRO
        BIANCA WILLIAMS
        ATTIYA AHMAD

CULTURAL CITZENSHIP IN THE BLACK ATLANTIC WORLD

    1. R NOTES ON CULTURAL CITIZENSHIP IN THE BLACK ATLANTIC WORLD
      1. KAMARI M. CLARKE
    2. R SHIFTING MULTICULTURAL CITIZENSHIP: Trinidad Orisha Opens the Road
      1. N. FADEKE CASTOR
    3. R CUBAN CABILDOS, CULTURAL POLITICS, AND CULTIVATING A TRANSNATIONAL YORUBA CITIZENRY
      1. AMANDA D. CONCHA-HOLMES
    4. R BLACK ATLANTIC VISIONS: History, Race, and Transnationalism in Ghana
      1. BAYO HOLSEY

ROUNDTABLE

    1. R RACIAL SITUATIONS: Nationalist Vindication and Radical Deconstructionism
      1. DEBORAH A. THOMAS
    2. R DNA ETHNICITY AS BLACK SOCIAL ACTION?
      1. ALONDRA NELSON
    3. R BLACK ISRAELITES: DNA and then Some
      1. JOHN L. JACKSON
    4. R AFFECT AND REARTICULATING THE RACIAL "UN-SAYABLES“
      1. WAHNEEMA LUBIANO
    5. R THE CLOSET, ITS CONVENTIONS, AND ANTI-RACIST CRITICISM
      1. ROBYN WIEGMAN
    6. R RACE IN AFRICA TODAY: A Commentary
      1. JEMIMA PIERRE
    7. R RACE/SEX THEORY 'TOWARD A NEW AND MORE POSSIBLE MEETING‘
      1. JAFARI S. ALLEN
    8. R NIGGA: The 21st-Century Theoretical Superhero
      1. MARK ANTHONY NEAL
    9. R PLAYLISTS: What Our Grads and Recent Grads Are Reading
      1. NICOLA BULLED
        JENNA GRANT
        JESSICA LOCKREM
        SPENCER OREY
        MICHAL RAN-RUBIN
        JONAH RUBIN