- Volume 65, #1//January 2023The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Commensurabilities; Frontier Commodities; Police Strikes in Colonial and Postcolonial Bureaucracies; and Victims and Unforgiveness.
CSSH celebrates Sarah E. Vaughn, whose recent book has received the Duke University Press Scholars of Color First Book Award and the 2022 Julian Steward Award!
CSSH brings Sarah E. Vaughn and Alice Rudge into conversation on “the afterlives of innovation, of care, of collaborations with human and non-human partners, and of failed attempts to know and control” in the geographically distant sites of Guyana, West Africa, and Southeast Asia.
The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Engineering Ecology; Care; Islam and the Historical Imagination; and Icons and Independence.
We celebrate Gina Tam, whose CSSH essay was shortlisted for the Routledge Area Studies Interdisciplinarity Award, and a new manuscript by Jessica Marglin.
Barbara Metcalf describes the frustrations and breakthroughs over nearly forty years that brought her to the conclusions in her 2022 CSSH article, “A Sovereign and Virtuous Body: The Competent Muslim Woman’s Guide to Health in Thanawi’s Bihishtī Zēwar(1905).”
CSSH celebrates the latest book by Geneviève Zubrzycki!
CSSH awards the 2022 Jack Goody Prize to Matthew Shutzer, for his outstanding article “Subterranean Properties: India’s Political Ecology of Coal, 1870–1975” (CSSH 63-2).
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