1. The Symbolism of Black and White Babies in the Myth of Parental Impression
  2. Wendy Doniger
  3. pp. 1-44
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  1. The Predicament of Racial Knowledge: Government Studies of the Freedmen during the U.S. Civil War
  2. Oz Frankel
  3. pp. 45-81
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  1. The Dalit in India
  2. Sagarika Ghose
  3. pp. 83-109
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  1. The Roma: Between a Myth and the Future
  2. Dimitrina Petrova
  3. pp. 111-161
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  1. “Men” Who Would Be Kings: Celibacy, Emasculation, and the Re-Production of Hijras in Contemporary Indian Politics
  2. Gayatri Reddy
  3. pp. 163-200
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  1. The Birth of the Pariah: Jews, Christian Dualism, and Social Science
  2. David Nirenberg
  3. pp. 201-236
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  1. An Ultimate Pariah?: Jewish Social Attitudes toward Jewish Lepers in Medieval Western Europe
  2. Ephraim Shoham-Steiner
  3. pp. 237-268
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  1. Burakumin at the End of History
  2. Ian Neary
  3. pp. 269-294
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  1. Are Kurds a Pariah Minority?
  2. Michael Rubin
  3. pp. 295-330
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  1. Editor’s Introduction
  2. Arien Mack
  3. p. iii
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