- Volume 65, #3//July 2023The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Extended Enslavements; Governing Culture; and Hidden Lives of States.
CSSH bestows this year’s Jack Goody Award upon Koh Choon Hwee for her article “The…
The Hindu/Han Letters: Audrey Truschke and Gina Anne Tam discuss the prospects for new India-China comparisons
CSSH congratulates Hedwig Waters upon the publication of her new book.
The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Extended Enslavements; Governing Culture; and Hidden Lives of States.
The Double Act: Ali-Reza Bhojani and Morgan Clarke discuss the merits and surprises of collaborative research
Ali-Reza Bhojani and Morgan Clarke take us behind the scenes of their collaborative work as a textualist and anthropologist studying religious authority.
CSSH celebrates the recent awards of Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky and Lori Allen!
The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Religious Authority and Authorizing Religion; Marked Bodies and (Un)making Kin; Time-Space of Postcolonial Africa; and Fabulations of Emptiness and Fullness.
Congratulations to Mareike Winchell and Shozab Raza!
Agnieszka Pasieka follows up with former fieldwork consultants (far-right activists in Italy), prompting reflection on the limits of ethnographic knowledge production.
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