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Contents:

EDITORIAL

    1. R Extraordinary Intersections
      1. Aimee Cox
        Dana-Ain Davis

BLACK QUEER ANTHROPOLOGY

    1. R Always Toward a Black Queer Anthropology
      1. Shaka McGlotten
    2. R Masculinity Lockdown: The Formation of Black Masculinity in a California Public High School
      1. Damien M. Schnyder
    3. R "Brides“ without Husbands: Lesbians in the Afro-Brazilian Religion Candomblé
      1. Andrea Stevenson Allen
    4. R Situating Black, Situating Queer: Black Queer Diaspora Studies and the Art of Embodied Listening
      1. Lyndon K. Gill
    5. R Ordinary Intersections: Speculations on Difference, Justice, and Utopia in Black Queer Life
      1. Shaka McGlotten

VERA GREEN AWARD ESSAY

    1. R The Remembering St. Petersburg Oral History Project: Youth Empowerment and Heritage Preservation Through a Community Museum
      1. Alisha R. Winn

SEEING DIFFERENTLY, ACTING BRAVELY: CONSIDERING THE OUTSIDER WITHIN ANTHROPOLOGY AND ACTIVISM

    1. R Caroline Bond Day (1889–1948): A Black Woman Outsider Within Physical Anthropology
      1. Anastasia C. Curwood
    2. R Palestine Statement: Justice for Palestine: A Call to Action from Indigenous and Women of Color Feminists
      1. Rabab Abdulhadi
        Ayoka Chenzira
        Angela Y. Davis
        Gina Dent
        G. Melissa Garcia
        Anna Romina Guevarra
        Beverly Guy-Sheftall
        Premilla Nadasen
        Barbara Ransby
        Chandra Talpade Mohanty
        Waziyatawin

BOOK REVIEWS

    1. R IN/EQUALITY: An Alternative to AnthropologyPem Davidson Buck. Palo Cedro, CA: CAT Publishing Inc., 2010. viii +229pp. (Paper US$36.00))
      1. Pem Davidson Buck
        Antoinette T. Jackson
    2. R Race, Place and Globalization: Youth Culture in a Changing WorldAnoop Nayak. Oxford, UK, and New York, NY: Berg Publishers(distributed by New York University Press), 2003. ix +208pp. (Cloth US$109.00; Paper US$42.95))
      1. Anoop Nayak
        Julio Cammarota
    3. R The Devil Behind the Mirror: Globalization and Politics in the Dominican RepublicSteven Gregory. Berkeley, CA, and London, UK: University of California Press, 2007. xii +285pp. (Cloth US$60.00; Paper US$26.95))
      1. Steven Gregory
        Erica Lorraine Williams
    4. R Economies of Desire: Sex and Tourism in Cuba and the Dominican RepublicAmalia L. Cabezas. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2009. xii +218pp. (Cloth $71.50; Paper US$25.95))
      1. Amalia L. Cabezas
        Lauren A. Hayes
    5. R Violence in the City of Women: Police and Batterers in Bahia, BrazilSarah J. Hautzinger. Berkeley, CA, and London, UK: University of California Press, 2007. xxii +342pp. (Cloth US$58.00; Paper US$25.95))
      1. Sarah J. Hautzinger
        Patrice Schuch
    6. R Colonial Memory and Postcolonial Europe: Maltese Settlers in Algeria and FranceAndrea L. Smith. New Anthropologies of Europe Series. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2006. xi +269pp. (Cloth US$65.00; Paper US$24.95))
      1. Andrea L. Smith
        Victoria M. Phaneuf
    7. R Conscripts of Modernity: The Tragedy of Colonial EnlightenmentDavid Scott. Durham, NC, and London, UK: Duke University Press, 2004. ix +279pp. (Cloth US$84.95; Paper US$23.95))
      1. David Scott
        Jacob Campbell