The following books are available for review in JASO online at the time of writing:
1. Anton Blok, Radical innovators: the blessings of adversity in science and the arts, 1500-2000, Cambridge UK and Malden MA 2017, x, 235 pp., £55.00/£17.99. ISBN 978-1-5095-0552-4 (paperback), 978-1-5095-0551-7 (hardback).
2. Ian Heywood (ed.), Sensory arts and design, London etc.: Bloomsbury Academic 2017, xv, 258 pp. ISBN 9781474280198. £85 (hard covers).
3. Alex Rhys-Taylor, Food and multiculture: a sensory ethnography of east London, London etc.: Bloomsbury Academic 2017, 173 pp. ISBN 978 1 4725 8116 7. £85.00 (hard covers).
4. Arnd Schneider (ed.), Alternative art and anthropology: global encounters, London etc.: Bloomsbury Academic 2017, xvii, 239 pp. ISBN 9781474231244.
5. Thomas Stodulka, Coming of age on the streets of Java: coping with marginality, stigma and illness, Bielefeld: transcript Verlag (Emotioncultures Series, Vol. 2) 2017, 285 pp. ISBN 978-3-8376-3608-6. US$ 45.00.
6. Paul-François Tremlett, Liam T. Sutherland and Graham Harvey (eds.), Edward Burnett Tylor, religion and culture, London etc.: Bloomsbury 2017, viii, 219 pp. ISBN 978-1-3500-0341-5.
7. Roy Wagner, The invention of culture, 2nd edn., with a foreword by Tim Ingold, 2016 , xix, 168 pp. ISBN 978-0-226-42328-9.
8. Helena Wulff, Rhythms of writing: an anthropology of Irish literature, London etc.: Bloomsbury 2017, xxii, 162 pp. ISBN 978-1-4742-4413-8.
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