restricted access   Volume 87, Number 4, Fall 2014

Table of Contents

Special Collection: Islamic Sounds and the Politics of Listening

Introduction: Islamic Sounds and the Politics of Listening

pp. 977-988

Techniques of Inattention: The Mediality of Loudspeakers in Nigeria

pp. 989-1015

Make Some Noise, Drari: Embodied Listening and Counterpublic Formations in Moroccan Hip Hop

pp. 1017-1048

Calling Everyone to Pray: Pluralism, Secularism, and the Adhān in Hamtramck, Michigan

pp. 1049-1077

Refining the Umma in the Shadow of the Republic: Performing Arts and New Islamic Audio-Visual Landscapes in France

pp. 1079-1104


Midwife Radio: The Entangled Trajectories of Global Health Programming, Broadcast Media, and the Indonesian State

pp. 1105-1135

Recovery Narratives, War Stories, and Nostalgia: Street-Based Sex Workers’ Discursive Negotiations of the Exclusionary Regime

pp. 1137-1163

Linguistic Atonement: Penitence and Privilege in White Kenyan Language Ideologies

pp. 1165-1199

“Nothing Has Changed”: Social Continuity and the Gentrification of the Old City of Damascus

pp. 1201-1227

“My Maid Watches It”: Key Symbols and Ambivalent Sentiments in the Production of Television Programming in India

pp. 1229-1256

Social Thought & Commentary

“Picture-Thinking”: Sovereignty and Citizenship in Bangladesh

pp. 1257-1278

Zoonotic Ecosyndemics and Multispecies Ethnography

pp. 1279-1309

Book Reviews

The Culture of Ethics by Franco La Cecla and Piero Zanini (review)

pp. 1311-1313

Consoling Ghosts: Stories of Medicine and Mourning from Southeast Asians in Exile by Jean M. Langford (review)

pp. 1315-1320

Censorium: Cinema and the Open Edge of Mass Publicity by William Mazzarella (review)

pp. 1321-1324

Land, Mobility, and Belonging in West Africa by Carola Lentz (review)

pp. 1325-1328