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Poland Daily
May 2017

Poland Daily

Economy, Work, Consumption and Social Class in Polish Cinema

Mazierska, E.
The Dance of Nurture
June 2017

The Dance of Nurture

Negotiating Infant Feeding

Van Esterik, P. & O'Connor, R. A.
Stories Make the World
June 2017

Stories Make the World

Reflections on Storytelling and the Art of the Documentary

Most, S.
Organic Cinema
June 2017

Organic Cinema

Film, Architecture, and the Work of Béla Tarr

Botz-Bornstein, T.
The Bressonians
July 2017

The Bressonians

French Cinema and the Culture of Authorship

Morari, C.
Travel and Representation
July 2017

Travel and Representation

Lean, G., Staiff, R., & Waterton, E. (eds)
Mad Mädchen
July 2017

Mad Mädchen

Feminism and Generational Conflict in Recent German Literature and Film

McCarthy, M.
The Women's Liberation Movement
July 2017

The Women's Liberation Movement

Impacts and Outcomes

Schulz, K. (ed)
Transborder Media Spaces
July 2017

Transborder Media Spaces

Ayuujk Videomaking between Mexico and the US

Kummels, I.
Gender, Violence, Refugees
August 2017

Gender, Violence, Refugees

Buckley-Zistel, S. & Krause, U. (eds)
Living Before Dying
August 2017

Living Before Dying

Imagining and Remembering Home

Davies, J.
Fertility, Conjuncture, Difference
August 2017

Fertility, Conjuncture, Difference

Anthropological Approaches to the Heterogeneity of Modern Fertility Declines

Kreager, P. & Bochow, A. (eds)
Images from Paradise
August 2017

Images from Paradise

The Visual Communication of the European Union's Federalist Utopia

Salgó, E.
A Goddess in Motion
August 2017

A Goddess in Motion

Visual Creativity in the Cult of María Lionza

Canals, R.
House of the Waterlily
August 2017

House of the Waterlily

A Novel of the Ancient Maya World

Carmean, K.
Cultural Borders of Europe
August 2017

Cultural Borders of Europe

Narratives, Concepts and Practices in the Present and the Past

Andrén, M., Lindkvist, T., Söhrman, I. & Vajta, K. (eds)
Power in Practice
September 2017

Power in Practice

The Pragmatic Anthropology of Afro-Brazilian Capoeira

González Varela, S.
Culture Change and Ex-Change
September 2017

Culture Change and Ex-Change

Syncretism and Anti-Syncretism in Bena, Eastern Highlands, Papua New Guinea

Knapp, R.
Spanish Lessons
September 2017

Spanish Lessons

Cinema and Television in Contemporary Spain

Smith, P. J.
Foucault's Orient
September 2017

Foucault's Orient

The Conundrum of Cultural Difference, From Tunisia to Japan

Lazreg, M.
The Anthropology of the Fetus
October 2017

The Anthropology of the Fetus

Biology, Culture, and Society

Han, S., Betsinger, T. K., & Scott, A. B. (eds)
Mimesis and Pacific Transcultural Encounters
October 2017

Mimesis and Pacific Transcultural Encounters

Making Likenesses in Time, Trade, and Ritual Reconfigurations

Mageo, J. & Hermann, E. (eds)
Moral Engines
October 2017

Moral Engines

Exploring the Ethical Drives in Human Life

Mattingly, C., Dyring, R., Louw, M., & Schwarz Wentzer, T. (eds)
Eastern Europe Unmapped
October 2017

Eastern Europe Unmapped

Beyond Borders and Peripheries

Kacandes, I. & Komska, Y. (eds)
The Voice of Prophecy
October 2017

The Voice of Prophecy

And Other Essays

Ardener†, E.
Gender in Georgia
October 2017

Gender in Georgia

Feminist Perspectives on Culture, Nation, and History in the South Caucasus

Barkaia, M. & Waterston, A. (eds)
Selfhood and Recognition
November 2017

Selfhood and Recognition

Melanesian and Western Accounts of Relationality

Galuschek, A.
Bishkek Boys
November 2017

Bishkek Boys

Neighbourhood Youth and Urban Change in Kyrgyzstan’s Capital

Schröder, P.
Vital Diplomacy
November 2017

Vital Diplomacy

The Ritual Everyday on a Dammed River in Amazonia

Nahum-Claudel. C.
PC Worlds
November 2017

PC Worlds

Political Correctness and Rising Elites at the End of Hegemony

Friedman, J.
Cyprus and its Conflicts
November 2017

Cyprus and its Conflicts

Representations, Materialities, and Cultures

Doudaki, V. & Carpentier, N. (eds)
Cultural Topographies of the New Berlin
November 2017

Cultural Topographies of the New Berlin

Bauer, K. & Hosek, J. R. (eds)
Singing Ideas
December 2017

Singing Ideas

Performance, Politics, and Oral Poetry

Ní Shíocháin, T.
Contrarian Anthropology
December 2017

Contrarian Anthropology

The Unwritten Rules of Academia

Nader, L.
Returning Life
December 2017

Returning Life

Language, Life-Force and History in Kilimanjaro

Myhre, K. C.
Staging Citizenship
December 2017

Staging Citizenship

Roma, Performance, and Belonging in EU Romania

Szeman, I.
Visitors to the House of Memory
December 2017

Visitors to the House of Memory

Identity and Political Education at the Jewish Museum Berlin

Bishop Kendzia, V.
The Witness as Object
January 2018

The Witness as Object

Video Testimony in Memorial Museums

Jong, S. de
Cutting Cosmos
January 2018

Cutting Cosmos

Masculinity and Spectacular Events among the Bugkalot

Mikkelsen, H. H.
The Ethics of Seeing
January 2018

The Ethics of Seeing

Photography and Twentieth-Century German History

Evans, J., Betts P., & Hoffmann, S.-L. (eds)
After Difference
February 2018

After Difference

Queer Activism in Italy and Anthropological Theory

Heywood, P.
Money at the Margins
February 2018

Money at the Margins

Global Perspectives on Technology, Financial Inclusion and Design

Maurer, B., Musaraj, S., & Small, I. (eds)
World Heritage Craze in China
March 2018

World Heritage Craze in China

Universal Discourse, National Culture and Local Memory

Yan, H.
Ambiguous Transitions
March 2018

Ambiguous Transitions

Gender, the State, and Everyday Life in Socialist and Postsocialist Romania

Massino, J.
Heading for the Scene of the Crash
March 2018

Heading for the Scene of the Crash

The Cultural Analysis of America

Drummond, L.
Lessons in Perception
April 2018

Lessons in Perception

The Avant-Garde Filmmaker as Practical Psychologist

Taberham, P.
Burgundy
April 2018

Burgundy

A Global Anthropology of Place and Taste

Demossier, M.
Dreams Made Small
April 2018

Dreams Made Small

The Education of Papuan Highlanders in Indonesia

Munro, J.
The Virago Story
April 2018

The Virago Story

Assessing the Impact of a Feminist Publishing Phenomenon

Riley, C.
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Editors: Laurence Grove, University of Glasgow
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Volume 10/2017, 2 issues p.a. (spring, autumn)
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Girlhood Studies

Girlhood Studies

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Editor-in-Chief: Claudia Mitchell, McGill University

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Journeys

Journeys

The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing

Editors: Maria Pia Di Bella, CNRS-IRIS-EHESS, Paris and Brian Yothers, University of Texas at El Paso

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