New Series: JASOonline 2009-2010
Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford
ISSN: 2040-1876 New Series, Volume I, no. 1 (2009)
Arielle Rittersmith, Contextualising Chinese medicine in Singapore: microcosm and macrocosm, 1-24
Marisa Wilson, Food as a good versus food as a commodity: contradictions between state and market in Tuta, Cuba, 25–51
Harry Walker, Transformations of Urarina kinship, 52–69
Ieva Raubisko, Proper 'traditional' versus dangerous 'new': religious ideology and idiosyncratic Islamic practices in post-Soviet Chechnya, 70–93
Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford
ISSN: 2040-1876 New Series, Volume I, no. 2 (2009)
David N. Gellner, The awkward social science? Anthropology on schools, elections and revolution in Nepal, 115- 140
Emmanuele Ferragina, The never-ending debate about The moral basis of a backward society: Banfield and ‘amoral familism’, 141-160
Marisa L. Wilson, Ideas and ironies of food scarcities and consumption in the moral economy of Tuta, Cuba, 161-178
Maira Hayat, Still ‘taming the turbulent frontier’? The state in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan, 179-206
Małgorzata Irek, Black no more: towards a new theoretical framework for studies of social space connected with the ‘informal economy’, 207-225
Book Reviews, 228-249
Alan Barnard, Anthropology and the Bushman (reviewed by Gordon Ingram)
Monisha Das Gupta, Unruly immigrants: rights, activism, and transnational South Asian politics in the United States (reviewed by Maira Hayat)
Annette Aurélie Desmarais, La Vía Campesina: globalization and the power of peasants(reviewed by Marisa Wilson)
Roy Ellen (reviewed by ed.), Modern crises and traditional strategies: local ecological knowledge in island Southeast Asia (reviewed by Peter Rudiak-Gould)
Elizabeth Hallam and Tim Ingold (reviewed by eds.), Creativity and cultural improvisation(reviewed by Kate Fayers-Kerr)
Martin Jones, Feast: why humans share food (reviewed by Matt Grove)
Peter Luetchford, Fair trade and a global commodity: coffee in Costa Rica (reviewed by Kathleen Sexsmith)
Daniel Miller, Stuff (reviewed by Andrew Bowsher)
Eva Reichel, Notions of life in death and dying: the dead in tribal Middle India (reviewed by Iliyana Angelova)
Andrea S. Wiley and John S. Allen, Medical anthropology: a biocultural approach(reviewed by Kate Fayers-Kerr)
Contributors to this issue:
Iliyana Angelova is a research student in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.
Andrew Bowsher is a research student in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.
Kate Fayers-Kerr is a research student in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.
Emanuele Ferragina is a research student in the Department of Social Policy, Universityof Oxford, and a lecturer in Social Sciences and Humanities at the École supérieure de commerce de Paris.
David N. Gellner is Professor of Social Anthropology in the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of All Souls College.
Matt Grove is a post-doctoral researcher in the Institute of Cognitive and EvolutionaryAnthropology, University of Oxford, and a Junior Golding Fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford.
Maira Hayat recently received her MSc in Social Anthropology from the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.
Gordon Ingram is a Departmental Lecturer within the School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford.
Małgorzata Irek is a Research Associate in the Department of Anthropology, School of Social Sciences and Law, Oxford Brookes University.
Peter Rudiak-Gould is a research student in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.
Kathleen Sexsmith received her MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Oxford's Department of International Development in 2008. She is currently a PhDCandidate in Development Sociology at Cornell University.
Marisa L. Wilson recently received her DPhil in Social Anthropology from the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford. She is currently a lecturer in Human Geography at the Department of Food Production, the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine.
Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Online
ISSN: 2040-1876 New Series, Volume 2, no. 1-2 (2010)
Santhy Balachandran, Fluids of identity: milk and blood in Kolam kinship, 1–8
Ruth Manimekalai Vaz, The Hill Madia of central India: early human kinship?, 9–30
David Gellner, Why are the British so peculiar? Reflections on sport, nationalism and hierarchy, 31–43
Jelle J.P. Wouters and Tanka B. Subba, Revisiting Srinivas’s ‘remembered village’ 44–65
João de Pina-Cabral, Observing Europe with John Campbell: a late view on the Mediterranean tradition 66–73
Ray Abrahams, Jack Herbert Driberg (1888–1946) 74–82
Book reviews, 83–98