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Ryan Goeckner, Sean M. Daley, Jordyn Gunville, and Christine M. Daley

) 2014 . Black Elk Speaks . Ed. Philip Joseph Deloria and Raymond J. DeMallie . Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press . 10.2307/j.ctt1d9njt6 Paper , Jordan D. 1988 . Offering Smoke: The Sacred Pipe and Native American Religion . Moscow

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An Author Meets Her Critics

Around "Political Spiritualities: The Pentecostal Revolution in Nigeria" by Ruth Marshall

Ruth Marshall, J.D.Y. Peel, Daniel Jordan Smith, Joel Robbins, and Jean-François Bayart

In the now very rapidly growing literature on Pentecostalism in Africa, Ruth Marshall’s book occupies a special place. In disciplinary terms, most of that literature falls under religious studies or history. The anthropologists came later, particularly those from North America, who had to get over their distaste for a religion that seemed so saturated in the idioms of the US Bible Belt. The originality of Marshall’s book is grounded in its linkage of questions derived from political theory with rich data collected through intensive and sustained fieldwork. But she insists it is not “an ethnography of the movement” (p. 5), so what exactly is it?

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Made in Nigeria

Duress and Upwardly Mobile Youth in the Biography of a Young Entrepreneur in Enugu

Inge Ligtvoet

knowingly, yet grudgingly, living in and depending on what Daniel Jordan Smith (2007) calls “a culture of corruption.” Azu, always angry with corrupt government officials, once needed to pay 40,000 naira (about 238 dollars in 2014) to his study project

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Abhishek Choudhary, Rhys Machold, Ricardo Cardoso, Andreas Hackl, Martha Lagace, and Carly Machado

closely at the period of the “Divided City” between Israel's establishment in 1948 and its occupation of the remaining Palestinian territories in 1967. The physical border that separated the Israeli-controlled western part of the city from the Jordanian

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Emergent Police States

Racialized Pacification and Police Moralism from Rio's Favelas to Bolsonaro

Tomas Salem and Bjørn Enge Bertelsen

, Bolsonaro understood early on the force of Pentecostal politics, and it is no coincidence that he let himself be baptized in the Jordan River in Israel in 2016, suggesting “his trip to Israel in 2016 and … immersion in the water of the River Jordan can be

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Along the Lines of the Occupation

Playing at Diminished Reality in East Jerusalem

Fabio Cristiano and Emilio Distretti

Arab- Israeli War, the city was divided between Israel (West) and Jordan (East). Jerusalem remained divided up until its so-called unification under Israeli rule in the immediate aftermath of the 1967 war. (Israel also occupied the rest of Mandatory

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On Knowing Faith

Theology, Everyday Religion, and Anthropological Theory

Joel Robbins

, Susan . 2017 . “ Domestic Interiors: Gender, Ethics, and Friendship in Jordan .” PhD diss., University of Oxford . Mahmood , Saba . 2005 . Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject . Princeton, NJ : Princeton University

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Leyla Neyzi, Nida Alahmad, Nina Gren, Martha Lagace, Chelsey Ancliffe, and Susanne Bregnbæk

”). For this book, Feldman carried out research in the UN archives in the Jordanian capital of Amman, as well as several ethnographic fieldworks in several different localities over a period of six years (2008–2014), but she obviously also builds on her

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Invisible Veterans

Defeated Militants and Enduring Revolutionary Social Values in Dhufar, Oman

Alice Wilson

's Front for the Liberation of Oman and the Arabian Gulf. The turn toward Marxism intensified the Cold War internationalization of the counterinsurgency against the Front. Britain, Jordan, and Iran all provided military support for the counterinsurgency

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Military Violence in Its Own Right

The Microsocial Foundations of Physical Military Violence in Noncombat Situations

Nir Gazit and Eyal Ben-Ari

, it always takes someone to trigger it. Another illustration is taken from the dispersal of a demonstration that took place 15 April 2010 in the Jordan Valley. Since this event was captured on video (“Israeli Soldiers” 2012), it is possible to analyze