Ethnography for aging societies
Dignity, cultural genres, and Singapore’s imagined futures
by Michael M.J. Fischer

Wit and Greece’s economic crisis
Ironic slogans, food, and antiausterity sentiments
by Daniel M. Knight

Liberty and moral ambivalence
Postsocialist transitions, refugee hosting, and bodily comportment in the Republic of Guinea
by Mike McGovern

The ethics of a formula
Calculating a financial–humanitarian price for water
by Andrea Ballestero

Infrastructures of legitimacy
The political lives of marriage contracts in Jordan
by Geoffrey Hughes

Beyond remittance
Evading uselessness and seeking personhood in Fouta Djallon, Guinea
by Susanna Fioratta

Does meat come from animals?
A multispecies approach to classification and belonging in highland Guatemala
by Emily Yates-Doerr

The new communication order
Management, language, and morality in a multinational corporation
by Susanne Cohen

Global health partnerships, governance, and sovereign responsibility in western Kenya
by Hannah Brown

Chimeric globalism
Global health in the shadow of the dengue vaccine
by Alex M. Nading

Book Reviews

Children of the Greek Civil War
Refugees and the Politics of Memory
by Loring Danforth and Riki Van Boeschoten • reviewed by Neni Panourgiá

Omens of Adversity
Tragedy, Time, Memory, Justice
by David Scott • reviewed by Suzanne Simon

The Security Archipelago
Human-Security States, Sexuality Politics, and the End of Neoliberalism
by Paul Amar • reviewed by Avram Bornstein

The Culture of Colonialism
The Cultural Subjection of Ukaguru
by T. O. Beidelman • reviewed by Jonathan Walz

The Entangled State
Sorcery, State Control, and Violence in Indonesia
by Nicholas Herriman • reviewed by Christian S. Hammons

Ghosts of Kanungu
Fertility, Secrecy and Exchange in the Great Lakes of East Africa
by Richard Vokes • reviewed by Julian M. Murchison

Tragic Spirits
Shamanism, Memory, and Gender in Contemporary Mongolia
by Manduhai Buyandelger • reviewed by Maria-Katharina Lang

Music at the Edge of Circulation
by David Novak • reviewed by Carolyn S. Stevens

Illness Is a Weapon
Indigenous Identity and Enduring Afflictions
by Eirik Saethre • reviewed by Jessica Hardin

Pigs and Persons in the Philippines
Human-Animal Entanglements in Ifugao Rituals
by Jon Henrik Ziegler Remme • reviewed by Ty Matejowsky

Being a State and States of Being in Highland Georgia
by Florian Mühlfried • reviewed by Perry Sherouse

Beyond Alternative Food Networks
Italy’s Solidarity Purchase Groups
by Cristina Grasseni • reviewed by Rachel A. Horner Brackett

Sustaining the Borderlands in the Age of NAFTA
Development, Politics, and Participation on the US–Mexico Border
by Suzanne Simon • reviewed by Josiah Heyman

Singing for the Dead
The Politics of Indigenous Revival in Mexico
by Paja Faudree • reviewed by Alex E. Chávez

Songs of Seoul
An Ethnography of Voice and Voicing in Christian South Korea
by Nicholas Harkness • reviewed by Eleana Kim

Art and Encounter
by Lissant Bolton, Nicholas Thomas, Elizabeth Bonshek, Julie Adams, Ben Burt, and eds • reviewed by David Lipset

Minerals, Collecting, and Value across the U.S.–Mexico Border
by Elizabeth Emma Ferry • reviewed by Anita Carrasco

The Body in Balance
Humoral Medicines in Practice
by Peregrine Horden, Elisabeth Hsu, and eds • reviewed by Robin Oakley

Leprosy and a Life in South India
Journeys with a Tamil Brahmin
by James Staples • reviewed by Margot Wilson

Ethnicity, Identity, and the Development of Nationalism in Iran
by David N. Yaghoubian • reviewed by Nell Gabiam

Everyday Occupations
Experiencing Militarism in South Asia and the Middle East
by Kamala Visweswaran and ed • reviewed by Elisabeth Schober

Haunting Images
A Cultural Account of Selective Reproduction in Vietnam
by Tine M. Gammeltoft • reviewed by Ann Marie Leshkowich

Volume 42 | Issue 2 | May 2015