Community fashioning: Political ethics and Shi‘i clerical training in Lebanon

Jean-Michel Landry

Resistant ecologies: The life of war in South Lebanon

Munira Khayyat

Dwelling as resistance, dwelling as repair

Fadi A. Bardawil

Resistant ecologies and the bi’a beyond methodological nationalism

Sami Hermez

Beware the bad shepherd

Sylvain Perdigon

Ethics as ecology, ecology as ethics: Lessons from Lebanon for an anthropology of life against the nation-state grain

Kirsten L. Scheid

Ethnography, cacophony, and Lebanon as a zone of prestige in the anthropology of the Middle East

Maya Mikdashi


Reconsidering the vignette as method: Art, ethnography, and refugee studies

Olga Demetriou

Deep ethnography: Violence and words in Argentina

Eva van Roekel

Citizens in uniform: Roadblocks and the policing of everyday life in Zimbabwe

Kathryn Takabvirwa

Multiple interfaces: Social media, religious politics, and national (un)belonging in India and the diaspora

Sahana Udupa Max Kramer

Catch-all technopolitics: Water filters in New York City

Liviu Chelcea

Women’s “timepass”: Waiting as work, politics, and survival among Delhi’s poor

Lucy Dubochet

Education as identity: The scaffolding of “being educated” in eastern Uganda

Ben Jones

Stock market layoffs in France: How finance knows when to fire industrial workers

Ieva Snikersproge

Rescaling hospitality: Everyday displacement at the Syrian-Turkish border

Charlotte Al-Khalili



Embodying Black religions in Africa and its diasporas By Yolanda Covington-Ward and Jeannette S. Jouili, eds. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2021. 352 pp.

Nessette Falu

L’aube s’est levée sur un mort: Violence armée et culture du pavot au Mexique [Dawn rose on a dead man: Armed violence and poppy cultivation in Mexico] By Adèle Blazquez. Paris: CNRS Éditions, 2022. 334 pp.

Josemaría Becerril Aceves

After servitude: Elusive property and the ethics of kinship in Bolivia By Mareike Winchell. Oakland: University of California Press, 2022. 352 pp.

Krista E. Van Vleet

Sensory futures: Deafness and cochlear implant infrastructures in India By Michele Ilana Friedner. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2022. 288 pp.

Cassandra Hartblay

Keep the bones alive: Missing people and the search for life in Brazil By Graham Denyer Willis. Oakland: University of California Press, 2022. 230 pp.

Letícia Ferreira

Devenir autre: Hétérogénéité et plasticité du soi [Becoming other: Heterogeneity and plasticity of the self] By David Berliner. Paris: La Découverte, 2022. 174 pp.

Todd Meyers

Engineering vulnerability: In pursuit of climate adaptation By Sarah E. Vaughn. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2022. 148 pp.

Timothy Neale

Sboi i polomki: Etnograficheskoe issledovanie truda fabrichnykh rabochikh [Failures and breakdowns: An ethnographic study of the labor of factory workers] By Olga Pinchuk. Moscow: Common Place, 2021. 208 pp.

Konstantin Georgiev

The cancer within: Reproduction, cultural transformation, and health care in Romania By Cristina A. Pop. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2022. 229 pp.

Gerard Weber

The borders of AIDS: Race, quarantine, and resistance By Karma R. Chávez. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2021. 264 pp.

Andrea Bolivar

Uncertainty by design: Preparing for the future with scenario technology By Limor Samimian-Darash. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2022. 185 pp.

Sean Field

Suspect others: Spirit mediums, self-knowledge, and race in multiethnic Suriname By Stuart Strange. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021. 281 pp.

Marcelo Moura Mello

Fencing in democracy: Border walls, necrocitizenship, and the security state By Miguel Díaz-Barriga and Margaret E. Dorsey. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2020. 200 pp.

Martha Menchaca

Undocumented motherhood: Conversations on love, trauma, and border crossing By Elizabeth Farfán-Santos. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2022. 176 pp.

Rosalynn A. Vega