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From:Africa (Vol. 91, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedCaught in The Act of Living: socialities, history and positionality in an ethnography of Addis Ababa's street life--a response How do we narrate the complex entanglement of hustling, development, marginality and...
From:Oceania (Vol. 90, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedThe relationship between bridewealth and women's autonomy is not only discussed amongst anthropologists, development practitioners and other scholars but also amongst brides themselves. Women continue to embrace such...
From:Latin American Research Review (Vol. 55, Issue 4) Peer-Reviewed
From:Anthropological Quarterly (Vol. 94, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedIn this article, I show how anthropologists' focus on the marginal frequently becomes a means of reinforcing that marginality. In order to demonstrate this basic point, I take as a case study the Jewish Moroccan Mimouna...
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