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Contents:

CALL FOR PAPERS

    1. R CALL FOR PAPERS

ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO REVIEWERS

    1. R Acknowledgment To Reviewers

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION

    1. R Editor's Introduction
      1. Elizabeth Mertz

ARTICLES

    1. R The Normativity of Numbers: World Bank and IMF Conditionality1
      1. Gerhard Anders

CHIEFS, SOVEREIGNTY, AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE

    1. R Commoners, Kings, and Subaltern: Political Factionalism and Structured Inequality in Lesotho
      1. David Turkon
    2. R Negotiating Difference: Discourses of Indigenous Knowledge and Development in Ghana
      1. Thomas Yarrow

THE TRIAL AS CENTRAL ETHNOGRAPHIC MOMENT

    1. R Keeping the Peace: A Tale of Murder and Morality in Postapartheid South Africa
      1. Michal Ran-Rubin
    2. R Adjudicating the Salvadoran Civil War: Expectations of the Law in Romagoza
      1. Jonah Rubin
    3. R A Quest for Justice in Cuzco, Peru:Race and Evidence in the Case of Mercedes Ccorimanya Lavilla
      1. Laura A. Bunt

DIRECTIONS

    1. R Analyzing the Trial: Interdisciplinary Methods
      1. Robert Burns
        Marianne Constable
        Justin Richland
        Winnifred Sullivan

BOOK REVIEWS

    1. R Law as Culture: An Invitation by Lawrence Rosen
      1. Mary Riley
    2. R Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject by Saba Mahmood
      1. Gabrielle Clark
    3. R Political Violence and Trauma in Argentina by Antonius C.G.M. Robben
      1. Noa Vaisman
    4. R Neoliberalism as Exception: Mutations of Citizenship and Sovereignty by Aihwa Ong
      1. Timothy K. Choy
    5. R Routine Violence: Nations, Fragments, Histories by Gyanendra Pandey
      1. Haley Duschinski
    6. R Role and Image of Law in India: The Tribal Experience by Vasudha Dhagamwar
      1. Mona Bhan
    7. R The Cultural Lives of Capital Punishment: Comparative Perspectives by Austin Sarat and Christian Boulanger
      1. Mateo Taussig-Rubbo

REVIEW ESSAY - Property and Equality

    1. R Property and Equality – Volume I: Ritualisation, Sharing, Egalitarianism by Thomas Widlok and Wolde Gossa Tadesse
      Property and Equality – Volume II: Encapsulation, Commercialisation, Discrimination by Thomas Widlok and Wolde Gossa Tadesse

      1. A. Scott Catey

REVIEW ESSAY - Writing as a Magical Act: Tracing Histories of Violence and Cocaine in Colombia

    1. R Law in a Lawless Land: Diary of a Limpieza in Columbia by Michael Taussig
      My Cocaine Museum by Michael Taussig

      1. Karen Ann Faulk

REVIEW ESSAY - The Invisible Realm in Neoliberal Africa

    1. R Kupilikula: Governance and the Invisible Realm by Harry G. West
      Global Shadows: Africa in the Neoliberal World Order by James Ferguson

      1. Jan Newberry