1. From the Editors / Note de la rédaction
  2. Naomi McPherson, Alicia Sliwinski
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. Social Justice, the Graph of Zorro and the Outsider
  2. Adrian Tanner
  3. pp. 3-12
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  1. Real Queer: “Authentic” LGBT Refugee Claimants and Homonationalism in the Canadian Refugee System
  2. David A.B. Murray
  3. pp. 21-32
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  1. Migrant Intimacies: Mobilities-in-Difference and Basue Tactics in Queer Asian Diasporas
  2. Dai Kojima
  3. pp. 33-44
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  1. “And I Am Also Gay”: Illiberal Pragmatics, Neoliberal Homonormativity and LGBT Activism in Singapore
  2. Robert Phillips
  3. pp. 45-54
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  1. Sex for Law, Sex for Psychiatry: Pre-Sex Reassignment Surgical Psychotherapy in Turkey
  2. Aslı Zengin
  3. pp. 55-68
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  1. Colonizing Surveillance: Canada Constructs an Indigenous Terror Threat
  2. Craig Proulx
  3. pp. 83-100
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  1. Fault-Lines and Fishing: Bioregulation as Social Struggle on Island Newfoundland
  2. Wayne Fife
  3. pp. 101-116
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  1. The Anthropology of Historical Photography in a Protected Area: Life and Death in Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta
  2. Trudi Lynn Smith
  3. pp. 117-133
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  1. Sharing Identity through Indigenous Tourism: Osoyoos Indian Band’s Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre
  2. Katie Bresner
  3. pp. 135-150
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  1. Médecine autochtone sud-africaine (muti) et innovation biopharmaceutique: connaître l’umhlonyane
  2. Julie Laplante
  3. pp. 151-162
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  1. Kava Hangover and Gold-standard Science
  2. S. (Apo) Aporosa, Matt Tomlinson
  3. pp. 163-175
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  1. Blaming the Poor and Legitimizing Coercive Loan Recovery Strategies: Unveiling the Dark Side of NGO Practices in Bangladesh
  2. H M Ashraf Ali
  3. pp. 177-191
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  1. La rue comme héroïne: expériences punk et skinhead en France
  2. Jérôme Beauchez
  3. pp. 193-204
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  1. La morale du shoot. Responsabiliser les injecteurs de drogues?
  2. Fabrice Fernandez
  3. pp. 205-216
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  1. Faire la fête à un grand esprit: les paradoxes du centième anniversaire de Claude Lévi-Strauss
  2. Jocelyn Gadbois
  3. pp. 217-227
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  1. Children of the Greek Civil War: Refugees and the Politics of Memory by Loring M. Danforth, and Riki Van Boeschoten (review)
  2. Othon Alexandrakis
  3. pp. 239-240
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  1. Debt: The First 5,000 Years by David Graeber (review)
  2. Karl Schmid
  3. pp. 244-246
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  1. L’universel à vue d’œil by Sophie Houdart (review)
  2. Sylvie Brosseau
  3. pp. 246-247
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  1. Innu Nikamu – L’Innu chante : Pouvoir des chants, identité et guérison chez les Innus by Véronique Audet (review)
  2. Hugo Ferran
  3. pp. 248-250
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  1. La marchandisation de Dieu. L’économie religieuse by Lionel Obadia (review)
  2. Andrée-Ann Métivier
  3. pp. 250-251
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  1. Errata
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  1. We’re Here and We’re Queer!”: An Introduction to Studies in Queer Anthropology
  2. Michelle Walks
  3. pp. 13-16
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  1. « Nous sommes ici, et nous sommes queer ! » : Une introduction aux études en anthropologie queer
  2. Michelle Walks
  3. pp. 17-20
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