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The Anthropology of Ritual

Monitoring and Stewarding Demonstrations in Northern Ireland

Dominic Bryan

Rioting in Northern Ireland sometimes appears endemic. The control of public space, through the utilisation of rituals and symbols, has played a significant part in the violent conflict and has remained a central issue since the 1998 Multi-Party Agreement institutionalised the peace process. This article draws upon ethnographic research and anthropological models of ritual to explore policy interventions in conflict resolution over potential public disorders. In particular, it looks at the use of monitors, mediators and marshals at parades and demonstrations and describes how anthropological fieldwork has played a role in developing projects and policies that offer solutions to a cycle of intercommunal street violence.

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“Eyes, Ears, and Wheels”

Policing Partnerships in Nairobi, Kenya

Francesco Colona and Tessa Diphoorn

organizations ( Buur 2006 ; Pratten 2008 ), political and traditional authorities ( Buur and Kyed 2006 ), community policing initiatives ( Kyed 2009 ), and recently the work of private security companies ( Diphoorn 2016b ). Within this body of work on non

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Sanctuary City Organizing in Canada

From Hospitality to Solidarity

David Moffette and Jennifer Ridgley

cities have recognized that collaborating with immigration law enforcement interferes with their community policing efforts and campaigns to build trust with migrant communities. Police in Canada, however, have generally opposed any attempt to limit their

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Introduction

Ethnographies of Private Security

Erella Grassiani and Tessa Diphoorn

. 1995 . From Fate to Choice: Private Bobbies, Public Beats . Aldershot : Avebury . Noaks , Lesley . 2000 . “ Private Cops on the Block: A Review of the Role of Private Security in Residential Communities .” Policing and Society 10 ( 2 ): 143

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Performing humanitarian militarism

Public security and the military in Brazil

Stephanie Savell

to this analysis. Between 2012 and 2014 I investigated Rio’s “pacification” program, launched in 2008 to replace trafficker control of favelas with community police stations. In this program, after an initial military-style assault on traffickers in

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Intimidation, reassurance, and invisibility

Israeli security agents in the Old City of Jerusalem

Erella Grassiani and Lior Volinz

-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics, and Culture Website 17, 12 . Fielding , Nigel , and Martin Innes . 2006 . Reassurance policing, community policing, and measuring police performance . Policing and Society 16 ( 02 ): 127 – 145 . Grassiani

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Vertical Love

Forms of Submission and Top-Down Power in Orthodox Ethiopia

Diego Maria Malara and Tom Boylston

: Cambridge University Press . Cole , Jennifer , and Lynn M. Thomas , eds. 2009 . Love in Africa . Chicago : University of Chicago Press . Di Nunzio , Marco . 2014 . “ Thugs, Spies and Vigilantes: Community Policing and Street Politics in Inner City

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Laborers, Migrants, Refugees

Managing Belonging, Bodies, and Mobility in (Post)Colonial Kenya and Tanzania

Hanno Brankamp and Patricia Daley

: Oxford University Press . Brankamp , Hanno ( 2020 ): Refugees in uniform: community policing as a technology of government in Kakuma refugee camp, Kenya , Journal of Eastern African Studies , (ahead-of-print). Brennan , James R. 2012 . Taifa

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State and Warfare in Mexico

The Case of Ayotzinapa

Alessandro Zagato

ordinary people produce as a response. In particular, I worked in a tight connection with the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) of Chiapas and community policing groups, such as the Popular Citizens Police (PCP), which operate in the highlands of

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Hollis Moore

. Cardoso , M. 2014 . ‘ Respect, Dignity and Rights: Ethnographic Registers about Community Policing in Rio De Janeiro ’. Vibrant: Virtual Brazilian Anthropology 11 ( 2 ): 47 – 72 . doi: 10.1590/S1809-43412014000200002 . Chazkel , A. 2009