Volume 86, Number 1, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Articles

The Private Performance of Salat Prayers: Repetition, Time, and Meaning

pp. 5-34
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From the Cross (and Crescent) to the Cedar and Back Again: Transnational Religion and Politics Among Lebanese Christians in Senegal

pp. 35-75
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Neoliberalism and the New Agora: Exploring Survival, Emergence, and Political Subjectivity Among Pluralized Subaltern Communities in Athens, Greece

pp. 77-105
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Why Did the Soldiers Not Go Home?: Demobilized Combatants, Family Life, and Witchcraft in Postwar Mozambique

pp. 107-132
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Intimate Tourism Markets: Money, Gender, and the Complexity of Erotic Exchange in a Costa Rican Caribbean Town

pp. 133-162
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Culture’s Calling: Mobile Phones, Gender, and the Making of an African Migrant Village in Lisbon

pp. 163-190
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Against Apartheid: Nationalists, Cosmopolitans, and Language Ideology in Northern Namibia

pp. 191-220
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“Things that Involve Sex are Just Different”: US Anti-Trafficking Law and Policy on the Books, in Their Minds, and in Action

pp. 221-255
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Social Thought & Commentary

The Two Faces of Mutuality: Contemporary Themes in Anthropology

pp. 257-275
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Book Review Essay

Three Ethnographies of Escape via Pyramid Schemes

pp. 277-285
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New Release Book Reviews

Recording Culture: Powwow Music and the Aboriginal Recording Industry on the Northern Plains by Christopher A. Scales (review)

pp. 287-291
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What Kinship Is—And Is Not by Marshall Sahlins (review)

pp. 293-301
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Book Reviews

Our Bodies Belong to God: Organ Transplants, Islam, and the Struggle for Human Dignity in Egypt by Sherine Hamdy (review)

pp. 303-308
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Viviendo en el bosque. Un Siglo de investigaciones sobre los makú del Noroeste amazónico by Gabriel Cabrera Becerra (review)

pp. 309-312
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Connected in Cairo: Growing up Cosmopolitan in the Modern Middle East by Mark Allen Peterson (review)

pp. 313-317
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Marriage in Contemporary Japan by Yoko Tokuhiro (review)

pp. 319-323
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Space of Detention: The Making of a Transnational Gang Crisis between Los Angeles and San Salvador by Elana Zilberg (review)

pp. 325-329
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