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Jeanne Favret-Saada’s Minimal Ontology

Belief and Disbelief of Mystical Forces, Perilous Conditions, and the Opacity of Being

Theodoros Kyriakides

Magic .” Pp. 237 – 268 in Kinship and Beyond: The Genealogical Model Reconsidered , ed. Sandra Bamford and James Leach . New York : Berghahn Books . Viveiros de Castro , Eduardo . 2012 . “ Immanence and Fear: Stranger-Events and Subjects in

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Religious Tourism

Analytical Routes through Multiple Meanings

Emerson Giumbelli

Translator : Jeffrey Hoff

the Chinese State . Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield . Rinschede , Gisbert . 1992 . “ Forms of Religious Tourism .” Annals of Tourism Research 19 : 51 - 67 . 10.1016/0160-7383(92)90106-Y Ron , Amos S. 2009 . “ Towards a Typological Model of

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Kosher Biotech

Between Religion, Regulation, and Globalization

Johan Fischer

. 1990 . “ Kosher Certification of Vinegar: A Model for Industry/Rabbinical Cooperation .” Food Technology 44 ( 7 ): 90 – 93 . Regenstein , Joe M. , and Carrie E. Regenstein . 1991 . “ Current Issues in Kosher Foods .” Trends in Food Science

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Portrait

Ann Grodzins Gold

Ann Grodzins Gold, Bhrigupati Singh, Farhana Ibrahim, Edward Simpson, and Kirin Narayan

ethno-history of the changing physical and moral ecology of Rajasthan. This is a model of empathetic and in-depth ethnography, its results communicated with an uncommon grace. Where do Goldman and Eaton and Trautmann and Zelliot and Gold figure in the

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Seeking Recognition, Becoming Citizens

Achievements and Grievances among Former Combatants from Three Wars

Johanna Söderström

9780511628283.008 VA (Department of Veterans Affairs) . 2017 . Veteran Population Projection Model 2016 (VetPop2016) . Office of the Actuary . Weber , Cynthia . 2014 . “ Encountering Violence: Terrorism and Horrorism in War and Citizenship

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Recapturing the Lost

Digitalized Memories of the Rhodesian Bush War

Ane Marie Ørbø Kirkegaard

War took place. This was a society in which the jingoist militarized heroism of Victorian and Edwardian schools, modeled on the military ( Weeks 1989 ) and boys’ literature and widely consumed by British colonialists throughout the empire ( Woollacott

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Using International Criminal Law to Resist Transitional Justice

Legal Rupture in the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

Mikael Baaz and Mona Lilja

though the concept first emerged among human rights advocates, the emerging “peacekeeping community” soon adopted “transitional justice” and today it constitutes an integral part of the post–Cold War liberal “peacebuilding” model ( Buckley-Zistel and

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Eschatology, Ethics, and Ēthnos

Ressentiment and Christian Nationalism in the Anthropology of Christianity

Jon Bialecki

Elisha works mentioned earlier show how applicable the standard post-Durkheimian ethical model is.) But there are ways of fixing values that allow Durkheim to come in again through the back door. That back door is, in short, a tendency for populations to

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Bill Maurer

Credit. From the Latin, credere, to trust or to believe. Crisis, from the Greek κρίσις, crisis, but also decision, judgment. Judgment day. I had imagined this article as a series of epistles, short missives with didactic aphorisms—postcards, really—from the credit crisis. Yet the effort foundered on two shores. First, my abilities are simply not up to the task, for this genre with its ancient history boasts so many predecessors and models that selection for the purposes of mimicry—or embodiment—became impossible. Second, and more important, I began to realize, in the effort, that the genre demands an analytical engagement with its material that this article in many respects stands athwart. How it does so will become apparent in due course. The credit crisis began in 2008 and continues to the time of my writing, in May 2010. In naming the credit crisis and its religion, I acknowledge I afford them a degree of reality they may not possess. I also acknowledge that this article comes with temporal limits, the limits of the time of its writing. My debts are many and cannot be fully acknowledged. Reality, time and debt are very much at issue in credit crisis religion. Worldly constraints narrow my inquiry to Anglophone and primarily United States examples. Christianity is, by necessity and design, over-represented.

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To Be or Not to Be a Hero

Recognition and Citizenship among Disabled Veterans of the Sri Lankan Army

Matti Weisdorf and Birgitte Refslund Sørensen

remains long and winding. That is, the aftermath was volatile and fraught with contentious issues and difficult challenges: military victory had to be transformed into a model of political power sharing and reconciliation, and general trust in the state