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  • F Full Access

Contents:

ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO REVIEWERS

    1. R Acknowledgment to Reviewers

Editors' Introduction

    1. R Editors' Introduction
      1. John M. Conley
        Justin B. Richland

SYMPOSIUM ON ILLEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY

    1. R Illegal Anthropology: An Introduction
      1. Kedron Thomas
        Rebecca B. Galemba
    2. R Land and Law in Marijuana Country: Clean Capital, Dirty Money, and the Drug War's Rentier Nexus
      1. Michael Polson
    3. R On and Off the Record: The Production of Legitimacy in an Argentine Border Town
      1. Ieva Jusionyte
    4. R Smugglers, Fayuqueros, Piratas: Transitory Commodities and Illegality in the Trade of Pirated CDs in Mexico
      1. José Carlos G. Aguiar

COMMENTARY

    1. R The Nature of Illegality Under Neoliberalism and Post-Neoliberalism
      1. Carmen A. Ferradás

DIRECTIONS

    1. R Illegality and Invisibility at Margins and Borders
      1. Rebecca B. Galemba
    2. R The Problem with Ethics
      1. G. Derrick Hodge
    3. R Meeting the "Godfather“: Fieldwork and Ethnographic Seduction in a Chinese Nightclub
      1. John Osburg

CLOSING COMMENT

    1. R The Study of Illegality and Legality: Which Way Forward?
      1. Josiah McC. Heyman

ARTICLES

    1. R State Transparency after the Neoliberal Turn: The Politics, Limits, and Paradoxes of India's Right to Information Law
      1. Aradhana Sharma
    2. R Performing the Court: Public Hearings and the Politics of Judicial Transparency in Argentina
      1. Leticia Barrera
    3. R Sovereignty in Postcolonial Aotearoa New Zealand: Ambiguities, Paradoxes, and Possibilities
      1. Jonathan Barrett
        Luke Strongman

BOOK REVIEWS

    1. R Life in Debt: Times of Care and Violence in Neoliberal ChileClara Han (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012)
      1. Nathalie Koc-Menard
    2. R In My Mother's House: Civil War in Sri LankaSharika Thiranagama (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011)
      1. Mark Whitaker
    3. R Transnationalism Reversed: Women Organizing Against Gender Violence in BangladeshElora Halim Chowdhury (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2011)
      1. Tarini Bedi
    4. R Between the Guerrillas and the State: The Cocalero Movement, Citizenship and Identity on the Colombian AmazonMaría Clemencia Ramírez (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2011)
      1. Diana Bocarejo
    5. R Being Maasai, Becoming Indigenous: Postcolonial Politics in a Neoliberal WorldDorothy Hodgson (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2011)
      1. Gabrielle Lynch
    6. R Performing South Africa's Truth Commission: Stages of TransitionCatherine M. Cole (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009)
      1. Lars Buur
    7. R Instituting Nature: Authority, Expertise, and Power in Mexican ForestsAndrew S. Mathews (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2011)
      1. Jeremy M. Campbell
    8. R Toward an Anthropology of Government: Democratic Transformations and Nation Building in WalesWilliam R. Schumann (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
      1. Emma Crewe
    9. R Red Tape: Bureaucracy, Structural Violence, and Poverty in IndiaAkhil Gupta (Durham: Duke University Press, 2012)
      1. Gemma John
    10. R Secularism, Soviet Style: Teaching Atheism and Religion in a Volga RepublicSonja Luehrmann (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2011)
      1. Julie McBrien
    11. R I Say to You: Ethnic politics and the Kalenjin in KenyaGabrielle Lynch (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011)
      1. Scott Matter

REVIEW ESSAY: Sex Offenses and the Imaginaries of Punitive Reason

    1. R Sex Panic and the Punitive StateRoger N. Lancaster (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011). Hound Pound Narrative: Sexual Offender Habilitation and the Anthropology of Therapeutic InterventionJames B. Waldram (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012)
      1. Gillian Harkins