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Marxian anthropology resurgent

Patrick Neveling and Luisa Steur

working class, with Engel’s The Condition of the English Working Class , first published in 1845, based on a two-year stint in the then center of English industrial capitalism, Manchester, and “a legitimate claim at being the first urban ethnography

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In the shade of the chinar

Dushanbe's affective spatialities

Malika Bahovadinova

clearly demarcated, but also more closely reflecting proper social arrangements. As Abidin Kusno (in Bissenova 2014: 132 ) has observed in his urban ethnography, the state creates “spectacles of order” via “exemplary spaces” and “exemplary centers.” Yet

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F*ck the Police!

Antiblack statecraft, the myth of cops’ fragility, and the fierce urgency of an insurgent anthropology of policing

Jaime A. Alves

-radicalizada-da-pm-no-ceara-ecoa-bolsonarismo-e-cria-bomba-relogio-dificil-de-desarmar.html Karpiak , Kevin G. 2010 . “ Of heroes and polemics: ‘The policeman’ in urban ethnography .” Political and Legal Anthropology Review 33 : 7 – 31 . Karpiak , Kevin G. , and William Garriott , eds. 2018 . The anthropology of police . London

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The Body as the Affective Materiality of Ageing in a Future City

Tiina Suopajärvi

), ‘ Experiencing Ageing through Urban Ethnographic Walks ’, in C. Endter and S. Kienitz (eds), Alter(n) als soziale und kulturelle Praxis: Ordnungen  – Beziehungen  – Materialitäten (Bielefeld: Transcript), 223 – 244 . Suopajärvi , T. ( 2018

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Trust as affective infrastructure

Constructing the firm/community boundary in resource extraction

Adela Zhang

: University of Minnesota Press . Goldstein , D. M. 2002 . ‘ Desconfianza and Problems of Representation in Urban Ethnography .’ Anthropological Quarterly 75 ( 3 ): 485 – 517 . https://doi.org/10.1353/anq.2002.0046 . Harvey , D. 2006 . The

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Vertigo and Urgency

Affective Resonances of Crisis

Daniel M. Knight

’, Anthropological Theory Commons , special issue on The Vertiginous 3 June . Markowitz , F. 2018 . Betwixt and between in Beer Sheva: consumption and chronotopes in the Negev , in I. Pardo and G. Prato (eds.), The Palgrave handbook of urban

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‘Nothing Is Less Universal than the Idea of Race’

Alfred Métraux, American Social Science and UNESCO's Anti-Racist Campaign in 1950s Paris

Alice L. Conklin

, although only now are their analyses being fully recognised. For example, W. E. B. Du Bois published his landmark urban ethnography The Philadelphia Negro in 1899 to support the liberation struggles of African Americans. 6 On the other hand

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Book Reviews

Çağla Ay, Tayeba Batool, Arita Chakrabarty, Bill Derman, Ipsita Dey, Alexandra Holdbrook, Amy Leigh Johnson, Wangui Kimari, Daniel J. Read, Sailen Routray, Gabe Schwartzman, Noah Theriault, and Caroline White-Nockleby

appears on practically every page. More so than in any other urban ethnography I have read, plants themselves are important actors in Ruderal City . There are Mediterranean weeds thriving in bombed-out buildings, bumper crops of cabbage growing in