1. How Does Superstition Become Intangible Cultural Heritage in Postsocialist China?
  2. Gao Bingzhong
  3. pp. 551-572
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  1. From Metaphors of Empire to Enactments of State: Popular Religious Movements and Health in Rural North China
  2. Mikkel Bunkenborg
  3. pp. 573-602
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  1. Dissemination of Law and Access to Justice at the Village Level: A Case Study of Barefoot Lawyers in the Villages of China
  2. Ying Xing
  3. pp. 603-633
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  1. Everyday Hygiene in Rural Henan
  2. Lili Lai
  3. pp. 635-659
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  1. Grassroots Perspectives on Relocation: Threats and Opportunities
  2. Anna Lora-Wainwright
  3. pp. 661-689
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  1. “Black Land,” “Sick Land,” and “Lost Land”: Dianchi Xiaocun’s Topography and the Problem of a Resistance Approach
  2. Zhu Xiaoyang, Jean Lin
  3. pp. 691-720
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  1. Intangible Cultural Heritage and New Communities of Knowledge Production: An Analysis Based on Village Studies
  2. Li Li
  3. pp. 721-740
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  1. Erratum
  2. p. 743
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  1. Guest Editor’s Introduction: The Local Intimacies of China’s Rural-Urban Divide
  2. Lili Lai
  3. pp. 543-550
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 741-742
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