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New journal releases from Berghahn:

Anthropology in Action
Volume 19, Number 2, Summer 2012
Articles on the post-industrial urban neighbourhoods of the U.S.A., the U.K. and Europe, the visual-anthropological method of participatory video in Northeastern Brazil, and improving obstetric care in Burkina Faso. Also including an open letter to World Bank President Kim.

Contributions to the History of Concepts
Volume 7, Number 1, Summer 2012
This issue includes articles on national histories, democracy in the Swedish Parliamentary Debates during the Interwar Years, conceptual history in Korean, the concept of Unnati (Progress) in Hindi, and the concept of nation in East-Central Europe.

Focaal
Volume 2012, Number 63, Summer 2012
This issue focuses on changing flows in anthropological knowledge, with articles about Western anthropologists and Eastern ethnologists, cosmopolitan anthropology, inequality, labor, citizenship, and more.

French Politics, Culture & Society
Volume 30, Number 2, Summer 2012
Special issue on The Rescue of Jews in France and its Empire during World War II: History and Memory, featuring articles on the French resistance and figures who played key roles in aiding the Jews in France during WWII.

Regions & Cohesion
Volume 2, Number 2, Summer 2012
Focuses on themes of water management in North America, social cohesion and migration, and cohesion and governance.

Sibirica
Volume 11, Number 2, Summer 2012
Featuring two extensive articles on cattle economy and environmental perception of sedentary Sakhas in Central Yakuti, and genre differentiation in spontaneous Koriak storytelling.

Theoria
Volume 59, Number 132, September 2012
Part two of a special issue on Freedom and Power. Articles examine the concepts of freedom and power, the dimensions of freedom in Plato’s Laws, and delves into Plato’s analogy between the structure of the soul and the polis.

Transfers
Volume 2, Number 2, Summer 2012
Featuring a Special Section on Global Cycling examining the local meaning of bicycling in West Africa, Finland, Japan, and China. Articles also include reviews of the Gambiocycle, The National Carriage Gallery at the Cobb + Co Museum, and the movie Drive.