Volume 89, Number 4, Fall 2016

Table of Contents

A Special Thanks to Our Peer Reviewers

pp. 1017-1018
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Articles

“I Will Vote What Is in My Heart”: Sierra Leone’s 2012 Elections and the Pliability of “Normative” Democracy

pp. 1019-1047
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Quandaries of Advertising Censorship in South Korea: Freedom-loving Censors, Smart Consumers, and Cynical Sensibility

pp. 1049-1079
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The Proliferation of Men: Markets, Property, and Seizure in Jordan

pp. 1081-1108
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Nation, Nationalism, and Sport: Fijian Rugby in the Local–Global Nexus

pp. 1109-1141
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Insult and Insecurity: Discernment, Trust, and the Uncanny in Two US Pentecostal Communities

pp. 1143-1173
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Latour’s AIME, Indigenous Critique, and Ontological Turns in a Mexican Psychiatric Hospital: Approaching Registers of Visibility in Three Conceptual Turns

pp. 1175-1200
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On Class, Culture, and the Creation of the Neoliberal Subject: The Case of Jordan

pp. 1201-1225
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New Release Book Reviews

Endangered City: The Politics of Security and Risk in Bogotá by Austin Zeiderman (review)

pp. 1227-1237
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Siege of the Spirits: Community and Polity in Bangkok by Michael Herzfeld (review)

pp. 1239-1247
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Book Reviews

Before Boas: The Genesis of Ethnography and Ethnology in the German Enlightenment by Han F. Vermeulen (review)

pp. 1249-1252
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Unexpected Alliances: Independent Filmmakers, the State, and the Film Industry in Postauthoritarian South Korea by Young-a Park (review)

pp. 1253-1260
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Roads: An Anthropology of Infrastructure and Expertise by Penny Harvey and Hannah Knox (review)

pp. 1261-1264
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Achieving Procreation: Childlessness and IVF in Turkey by Merve Demircioğlu Göknar (review)

pp. 1265-1270
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Drugs, Thugs, and Diplomats: US Policymaking in Colombia by Winifred Tate (review)

pp. 1271-1275
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My Father’s Wars: Migration, Memory, and the Violence of a Century by Alisse Waterston (review)

pp. 1277-1283
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Fat-Talk Nation: The Human Costs of America’s War on Fat by Susan Greenhalgh (review)

pp. 1285-1291
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Eating Korean in America: Gastronomic Ethnography of Authenticity by Sonia Ryang (review)

pp. 1293-1298
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For a Proper Home: Housing Rights in the Margins of Urban Chile, 1960–2010 by Edward Murphy (review)

pp. 1299-1303
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The White Possessive: Property, Power, and Indigenous Sovereignty by Aileen Moreton-Robinson (review)

pp. 1305-1310
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How Chinese Are You? Adopted Chinese Youth Negotiate Identity and Culture by Andrea Louie (review)

pp. 1311-1315
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Birth in the Age of AIDS: Women, Reproduction, and HIV/AIDS in India by Cecilia Van Hollen (review)

pp. 1317-1322
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