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REVIEW COPIES ANTHROPOLOGICAL NOTEBOOKS 2020/21

2020-12-18

This is a list of books offered for review in Anthropological Notebooks. If you are interested in reviewing any of the books, please send an email to ngregoric@zrc-sazu.si, mentioning your postal address where I could send the book and the guidelines. The deadline for book reviews is usually set within 3 months from the dispatch of the book.

  1. Eriksen, Annelin, Ruy Llera Blanes, and Michelle MacCarthy (eds.) 2019. Going to Pentecost. An Experimental Approach to Studies in Pentecostalism. London, New York: Berghahn. 238 pp. Hb.: $120.00/£85.00. ISBN: 9781789201390.
  2. Li, Geng. 2019. Fate Calculation Experts. Diviners Seeking Legitimation in Contemporary China. London, New York: Berghahn.158 pp. Hb.: $110.00/£78.00. ISBN: 9781785339943.
  3. Hopkins, Julian. 2019. Monetising the Dividual Self. The Emergence of the Lifestyle Blog and Influencers in Malaysia. London, New York: Berghahn. 236 pp. Hb.: $120.00/£85.00. ISBN: 9781789201185.
  4. Bille, Mikkel. 2019. Being Bedouin around Petra. Life at a World Heritage Site in the Twenty-First Century. London, New York: Berghahn. 210 pp. Hb.: $120.00/£85.00. ISBN: 9781789201208.
  5. Kapferer, Bruce and Dimitrios Theodossopoulos (eds.) 2019. Democracy's Paradox. Populism and its Contemporary Crisis. London, New York: Berghahn. 100 pp. Pb.: $14.95/£10.95. ISBN: 9781789201550.
  6. Finkelstein, Maura. 2019. The Archive of Loss. Lively Ruination in Mill Land Mumbai. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 264 pp. Pb.: $25.95. ISBN: 9781-478003984.
  7. Biagioli, Mario, Vincent Antonin Lépinay (eds.) 2019. From Russia with Code Programming Migrations in Post-Soviet Times. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 384 pp. Pb.: $28.95. ISBN: 9781478002994.
  8. Carolina Alonso Bejarano, Lucia López Juárez, Mirian A. Mijangos García, Daniel M. Goldstein. 2019. Decolonizing Ethnography. Undocumented Immigrants and New Directions in Social Science. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 208 pp. Pb.: $23.95, ISBN: 9781478003953.
  9. Steingo, Gavin, Jim Sykes. 2019. Remapping Sound Studies. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 296 pp. Pb.: $25.95. ISBN: 9781478000464.
  10. Izzo, Justin. 2019. Experiments with Empire. Anthropology and Fiction in the French Atlantic. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 296 pp. Pb.: $25.95, ISBN: 9781478004004.
  11. Günel, Gökçe. 2019. Spaceship in the Desert. Energy, Climate Change, and Urban Design in Abu Dhabi. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 272 pp. Pb: $25.95. ISBN: 9781478000914.
  12. Grisaffi, Thomas. 2019. Coca Yes, Cocaine No. How Bolivia's Coca Growers Reshaped Democracy. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 272 pp. Pb.: $25.95,. ISBN: 9781478002970.
  13. de la Cadena, Marisol, Mario Blaser (eds.) 2018. A World of Many Worlds. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 232 pp. Pb.: $24.95. ISBN: 9781478002956.
  14. Hetherington, Kregg. 2019. Infrastructure, Environment, and Life in the Anthropocene. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 312 pp. Pb.: $26.95. ISBN: 9781478001485.
  15. Ghodsee, Kristen. 2019. Second World, Second Sex. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 328 pp. Pb.: $26.95. ISBN: 9781478001812.
  16. Boyer, Dominic. 2019. Energopolitics. Wind and Power in the Anthropocene. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 280 pp. Pb.: $25.95. ISBN: 9781478003779.
  17. Howe, Cymene. 2019. Ecologics. Wind and Power in the Anthropocene. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 272 pp. Pb.: $25.95. ISBN: 9781478003854.
  18. Harvey, Penny, Christian Krohn-Hansen, Knut G. Nustad (eds.) 2019. Anthropos and the Material. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 272 pp. Pb.: $25.95. ISBN: 9781478002864.
  19. Ballestero, Andrea. 2019. A Future History of Water. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 248 pp. ISBN: 9781478003892.
  20. Reynolds, Pamela. 2019. The Uncaring, Intricate World. A Field Diary, Zambezi Valley, 1984-1985. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 208 pp. Pb.: $24.95. ISBN: 9781478004677.
  21. Zani, Leah. 2019. Bomb Children. Life in the Former Battlefields of Laos. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 184 pp. Pb.: $24.95. ISBN: 9781478004851.
  22. Guilbault, Jocelyne, Timothy Rommen. 2019. Sounds of Vacation. Political Economies of Caribbean Tourist. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 248 pp. Pb.: $25.95. ISBN: 9781478004882.
  23. Maguire, Mark, Ursula Rao, Nils Zurawski (eds.). 2018. Bodies as Evidence Security, Knowledge, and Power. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 256 pp. Pb.: $25.95. ISBN: 9781478004882.
  24. Højer, Lars. 2019. The Anti-Social Contract. Injurious Talk and Dangerous Exchanges in Northern Mongolia. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 216 pp. HB.: $120.00/£85.00. ISBN: 9781785332463.
  25. Friedman, Jonathan. 2019. PC Worlds. Political Correctness and Rising Elites at the End of Hegemony. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 348 pp. Hb.: $150/£00. ISBN: 9781785336720.
  26. Kasstan, Ben. 2019. The Politics of Reproduction among Haredi Jews in England. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 286 pp. Hb.: 20.00/£85.00.
  27. Rottmann, Susan Beth. 2019. In Pursuit of Belonging. Forging an Ethical Life in European-Turkish Spaces. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 216 pp. Hb.: $120.00/£85.00. ISBN: 9781789202694.
  28. Were, Graeme. 2019. How Materials Matter. Design, Innovation and Materiality in the Pacific. London, New York: Berghahn Books. $120.00/£85.00. ISBN: 9781789202014.
  29. MacKellar, Calum. 2019. Cyborg Mind. What Brain–Computer and Mind–Cyberspace Interfaces Mean for Cyberneuroethics. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 262 pp. Hb.: $120.00/£85.00 ISBN: 9781789200140.
  30. Schiffauer, Leonie. 2019. Marketing Hope. Get-Rich-Quick Schemes in Siberia. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 186 pp. $120.00/£85.00 ISBN: 9781789200126.
  31. Olsen, William C. and Thomas J. Csordas (Afterword by David Parkin). 2019. Engaging Evil. A Moral Anthropology. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 322 pp. Hb.: $140.00/£100.00. ISBN:
  32. Zinn, Dorothy Louise. 2019. Raccomandazione. Clientelism and Connections in Italy (Translated from the Italian). London, New York: Berghahn Books. 278 pp. Hb.: $130.00/£92.00. ISBN: 9781789201970.
  33. Panagiotopoulos, Anastasios and Diana Espírito Santo (eds.) 2019. Articulate Necrographies. Comparative Perspectives on the Voices and Silences of the Dead. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 272 pp. Hb.: 120.00/£85.00. ISBN: 9781789203042.
  34. Jackson, Michael. 2019. Critique of Identity Thinking. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 216 pp. Hb.: $120.00/£85.00. ISBN: 9781789202823.
  35. Pfeffer, Georg. 2019. Lewis Henry Morgan's Comparisons. Reassessing Terminology, Anarchy and Worldview in Indigenous Societies of America, Australia and Highland Middle India. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 236 pp. Hb.: $120.00/£85.00. ISBN: 9781789203172.
  36. Mains, Daniel. 2019. Under Construction. Technologies of Development in Urban Ethiopia. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 240 pp. Pb.: $25.95. ISBN: 9781478005377.
  37. Endres, Kirsten W. Market Frictions. Trade and Urbanization at the Vietnam-China Border. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 170 pp. Hb.: $135.00/£99.00. ISBN: 9781789202441.
  38. Hann, Chris and Don Kalb (eds.). 2020. Financialization. Relational Approaches Afterword by Gavin Smith. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 358 Hb.: $149.00/£110.00. ISBN: 9781789207514.
  39. Curran, Georgia. 2020. Sustaining Indigenous Songs. Contemporary Warlpiri Ceremonial Life in Central Australia (Foreword by Otto Jungarrayi Sims). London, New York: Berghahn Books. 206 Hb.: $120.00/£89.00. ISBN: 9781789206074.
  40. Henningsen, Erik. 2020. Management and Morality. An Ethnographic Exploration of Management Consultancy Seminars. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 200 Hb.: $120.00/£89.00. ISBN: 9781789206180.
  41. Binford, Leigh, Lesley Gill, and Steve Striffler (eds.). 2020. Fifty Years of Peasant Wars in Latin Americ London, New York: Berghahn Books. 228 pp. Hb.: $120.00/£89.00 ISBN: 9781789205619.
  42. Schmidt, Mario and Sandy Ross (eds.). 2020. Money Counts. Revisiting Economic Calculation (Afterword by Nigel Dodd). London, New York: Berghahn Books. 142 Hb.: $120.00/£89.00. ISBN: 9781789206845.
  43. Armytage, Rosita. 2020. Big Capital in an Unequal World. The Micropolitics of Wealth in Pakistan. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 206 Hb.: $120.00/£89.00. ISBN: 9781789206166.
  44. Little, Kenneth. 2020. On the Nervous Edge of an Impossible Paradise. Affect, Tourism, Belize. London, New York: Berghahn Books. 204 p Hb.: $120.00/£89. ISBN: 9781789206463.
  45. Sen, Atreyee, Johan Lindquist, and Marie Kolling (eds.) 2020. Who’s Cashing in? Contemporary Perspectives on New Monies and Global Cashlessness (Foreword by Keith Hart). 158 pp. Pb.: $14.95/£10.95. ISBN: 9781789209150.
  46. Evans, Harriet. 2020. Beijing from Below. Stories of Marginal Lives in the Capital's Center. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 288 Pb.: $26.95. ISBN: 9781478008156.
  47. Rahder, Michah. 2020. An Ecology of Knowledges. Fear, Love, and Technoscience in Guatemalan Forest Conservation. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 336 pp. Pb.: $27.95. ISBN: 9781478006916
  48. Díaz-Barriga, Miguel and Margaret E. Dorsey. 2020. Fencing in Democracy. Border Walls, Necrocitizenship, and the Security State. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 200 Pb.: $24.95. ISBN: 978147800693-0.
  49. Watson, Matthew C. 2020. Afterlives of Affect. Science, Religion, and an Edgewalker’s Spirit. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 280 pp. Pb.: $26.95. ISBN: 9781478008439.
  50. Banerjee, Dwaipayan. 2020. Enduring Cancer. Life, Death, and Diagnosis in Delhi. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 240 Pb.: $25.95. ISBN: 9781478009559.
  51. Billé, Franck (eds.). 2020. Voluminous States. Sovereignty, Materiality, and the Territorial Imagination. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 304 pp. Pb.: 27.95. ISBN: 9781478008422.
  52. Horton, Sarah B. and Josiah Heyman (eds.). 2020. Paper Trails. Migrants, Documents, and Legal Insecurity. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 264 pp. Pb.: $26.95. ISBN: 9781478008453.
  53. Yang, Mayfair. 2020. Re-enchanting Modernity. Ritual Economy and Society in Wenzhou, China. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 384 pp. Pb.: $29.95. ISBN: 9781478008279.
  54. Hemmasi, Farzaneh. 2020. Tehrangeles Dreaming. Intimacy and Imagination in Southern California's Iranian Pop Music. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 264 Pb.: $26.95. ISBN: 9781478008361.
  55. Green, Lesley. 2020. Rock | Water | Life. Ecology and Humanities for a Decolonial South Africa. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 320 pp. Pb.: $27.95. ISBN: 9781478003991.
  56. Ramos-Zayas, Ana Y. 2020. Parenting Empires. Class, Whiteness, and the Moral Economy of Privilege in Latin America. Durham, London: Duke University Press. 296 pp. Pb.: $27.95. ISBN: 9781478008217.
  57. Bakke, Gretchen. 2020. The Likeness. Semblance and Self in Slovene Society Berkeley: University of California Press. 196 pp. Pb.: $29.95/£ 25.00. ISBN: 9780520320048.
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Anthropological Notebooks is the official journal of Slovenian Anthropological Society. It has been published under current title since 1995, while before it had been published under the Slovenian name Antropološki zvezki. The journal is published in English, it has an international editorial board, it is peer reviewed, and it is abstracted and indexed in international bibliographic databases. Until 2006 the journal had been published annually, but in the years 2006 and 2007 was published biannually. From 2008 onwards we have been publishing three issues per year.

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