New Issue of Focaal, on Historical Anthropology

Announcing the latest issue of Focaal – Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology has recently been published. This special issue is titled Anthropologies in, of, and for the world, and is edited by Graeme MacRae.

Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal:
www.journals.berghahnbooks.com/focaal

Current Issue, Focaal 71

THEME SECTION
Knowledge production and the politics of positionality in globalized and neoliberalized times
Graeme MacRae
http://bit.ly/1F9x9i9

Anthropology and the “imaginators” of future European universities
Susan Wright
http://bit.ly/1bKQWsn

Imagining globalization in anthropology: Diversity, equality, and the politics of knowledge
Thomas Reuter
http://bit.ly/1Ixt60g

Peripheral vision as anthropological critique: How perspectives from the margins can illuminate the exploits of twenty-first-century global capitalism
Cris Shore and Susanna Trnka
http://bit.ly/1bKR0sc

ARTICLES
Indigenizing “civil society” in Serbia: What local fund-raising reveals about class and trust
Marek Mikuš
http://bit.ly/1bKR0Zj

Which community for cooperatives? Peasant mobilizations, the Mafia, and the problem of community participation in Sicilian co-ops
Theodoros Rakopoulos
http://bit.ly/1E2xMVu

Local capitalism and neoliberalization in a Shenzhen former lineage village
Anne-Christine Trémon
http://bit.ly/1GZsDzA

Assemblages of sovereignty and anti-sovereign effects on the Irish border
Lorenzo Cañás Bottos
http://bit.ly/1F2WKIe

“Ginger is a gamble”: Crop booms, rural uncertainty, and the neoliberalization of agriculture in South India
Daniel Münster
http://bit.ly/1Ixtfkb

Single mothers in Osh: Well-being and coping strategies of women in the aftermath of the 2010 conflict in Kyrgyzstan
Aksana Ismailbekova
http://bit.ly/1cKbN0z

FocaalBlog
This new Blog aims to accelerate and intensify anthropological conversations beyond what a regular academic journal can do, and to make them more widely, globally, and swiftly available. www.FocaalBlog.com

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