Volume 78, Number 3, Summer 2005

Table of Contents

From: Anthropological Quarterly

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Queen of the Chinese Colony: Gender, Nation, and Belonging in Diaspora

pp. 511-542
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The Ethnicity of Caste

pp. 543-584
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Orthodox Hybridities: Anti-Syncretism and Localization in the Evangelical Christianity of Thailand

pp. 585-617
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Terror, Aid and Organization: The Haredi Disaster Victim Identification Teams (ZAKA) in Israel

pp. 619-651
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Social Thought & Commentary

An Empire on a Hill? The Christian Right and the Right to be Christian in America

pp. 653-671
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The Passion of Anthropology in the U.S., Circa 2004

pp. 673-695
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Museums and Globalization

pp. 697-708
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Can Our Loved Ones Rest in Peace? The Memorialization of the Victims of Hostile Activities

pp. 709-723
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New Releases

Oil, Blood and Money: Culture and Power in Nigeria

pp. 725-740
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Theory in Anthropology Since the Enlightenment

pp. 741-749
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The Tragedy of Comedy: Staging Gender in South India

pp. 751-764
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Book Reviews

Chechnya: Life in a War-Torn Society (review)

pp. 765-772
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Reassessing Revitalization Movements: Perspectives from North America and the Pacific Islands (review)

pp. 773-777
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Hindu Kingship and Polity in Precolonial India (review)

pp. 779-782
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Stories About Posts: Vedic Variations Around the Hindu Goddess (review)

pp. 783-787
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