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. Edited by Mette Bovin and Leif Manger . By V. Y. Mudlmbe . Edited by Rolf Husmann . By Kierstll Larsen . Edited by AGISTRA . By S. Jamal Mailk No . By Alison J. Murray . By Christopher Tilley . Edited by Susan Hiller . By John C. Yoder . Edited by Fritz W. Kramer and Bernhard Streck Sudanesische Matginalien. Bd. 2: Ndemwareng. Wirtschaft und Oeselischaft in den Morobergen . By Nancy Tapper . By Peter Gow . By Marliyn Strathern . Edited by Emiko Ohnukl‐Tlemey . Edited by Ross Samson . By Roxana Waternon

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Emplacing Smells

Spatialities and Materialities of ‘Gypsiness’

Andreea Racleș and Ana Ivasiuc

empirically approached in relation to materiality. Christopher Tilley (2006) argues that by grasping ‘the manifold sensuous qualities of things, and of our human experiences of them, we may reach a fuller critical appreciation of the manner in which those

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Curious Utopias

Dreaming Big Again in the Twenty-first Century?

Ruth Prince and Tom Neumark

larger scales of national or colonial planning, territory and population ( Scott 1999 ; Bonneuil 2000 ; Tilley 2011 ). Recent decades have seen a shift in these relationships along both temporal and spatial scales. For example, in the fields of global

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The Weatherman

The Making of Prepared Farmers and the Postcolonial Predictive State in Kenya

Martin Skrydstrup

globalism” and argued that by the mid-1950s, having a functional national weather service was seen as an inherent feature of the modern nation-state ( 2010: 242 ), and here we may add the postcolonial state. Apart from Helen Tilley's (2011) broadly stroked

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Arctic “Laboratory” of Food Resources in the Allaikhovskii District of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

Nikolai Goncharov

Woolgar ( Latour and Woolgar 1979 ), and Helen Tilley (2011) . I propose to use this concept through the prism of food security, which led me to the term of “food laboratory.” Both the contemporary situation, along with numerous historical examples

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Hiking the Via Alpina

Logos, Eros and the Trails to Freedom

Jonathan Atari and Jackie Feldman

reaching a destination or conquering a peak, long-distance hikers think ‘the act of moving may be as important as that of arriving’ ( Tilley 1994: 31 ). For most of the VA hikers we studied, the end of the trail is just another spot, framing the larger

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Mobilizing Cultural Studies

The Pedagogy of Walking, Field Trips, and the KwaZulu-Natal Battlefields Route

Sarah Gibson

, “walking, movement and embodied participation are core to the learning process.” 73 Walking offers “a more literally grounded approach to perception.” 74 The walker “is thinking in movement.” 75 For Christopher Tilley, “walking the landscape is an

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Global Health Research, Anthropology and Realist Enquiry

Methodological Musings

Sara Van Belle

constructivism ( Gilson 2012 ; Goertz and Mahoney 2012 ). Realism: An Aha Erlebnis in Global Health Research? Realist evaluation ( Pawson and Tilley 1997 ) is an approach based on scientific realism that combines a realist ontology with a weak relativist

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Goals, Strategies, and Tactics

Continuity and Change in Extinction Rebellion in the United Kingdom

Benjamin Farrer, Linda Doyle, and Soleil Smith

and Grasso 2015 ; Grossman and Mayer 2022 ; Klein 2014 ; Rootes 2013 ; Stavenes and Ivanovska Hadjievska 2021 ; Taylor and Van Dyke 2004 ; Wang and Soule 2016 ). They have formed new types of political parties ( Bolleyer 2013 ; Grant and Tilley

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Negotiating the Role of Anthropological Evidence in Medical Research during Health Emergencies

Towards a Critically Embedded Approach

Luisa Enria and Shelley Lees

the African continent, which became a ‘vast arena for experimentation’ ( Tilley 2016: 746 ; see also Geissler and Molyneux 2011 ; Graboyes 2015 ). In this era, medical research was unregulated, poorly designed and rarely addressed informed consent