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#Ferguson Mentions on Twitter August 09 - August 18, 2014 source: @TwitterReverb

)Mentions on Twitter of #Ferguson, August 09 - August 18, 2014. Source: @TwitterReverb - click image to view larger

AuthorTitleWhen PublishedYarimar Bonilla and Jonathan Rosa#Ferguson: Digital protest, hashtag ethnography, and the racial politics of social media in the United States2015
v. 42 no. 1JeffreyJurisReflections on #Occupy Everywhere: Social media, public space, and emerging logics of aggregation2012
v. 39 no. 2Didier FassinThe public afterlife of ethnography2015
v. 42 no. 4Lucas Bessire and DavidBondOntological anthropology and the deferral of critique2014
v. 41 no. 3James Ferguson and AkhilGuptaSpatializing States: Toward an Ethnography of Neoliberal Governmentality2002
v. 29 no. 4Michael HerzfeldAnthropology and the inchoate intimacies of power2015
v. 42 no. 1Didier FassinTrue life, real lives: Revisiting the boundaries between ethnography and fiction2014
v. 41 no. 1Elizabeth Cullen Dunn and Michael S. BobickThe empire strikes back: War without war and occupation without occupation in the Russian sphere of influence2014
v. 41 no. 3Sharon E. Hutchinson and Naomi R. PendleViolence, legitimacy, and prophecy: Nuer struggles with uncertainty in South Sudan (permanently open access)2015
v. 42 no. 3Akhil Gupta, David Nugen, and Shreyas SreenathState, corruption, postcoloniality: A conversation with Akhil Gupta on the 20th anniversary of “Blurred Boundaries”2015
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