Comparative Studies in Society and History: an International Quaterly DATINI

Comparative Studies in Society and History: an International Quaterly

Cambridge, Cambridge University Press
ISSN: 0010-4175
Conservata in: Firenze, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali – Punto di servizio: Economia, Coll: Riv. Str. 0247
Consistenza: a. 1, 1958/59-a. 43, 2001
Lacune: a. 16, 1974, 1

Conservata in: Firenze, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali – Punto di servizio: Scienze Politiche, Coll: Riv. Str. 0064
Consistenza: a. 1, 1958/59-
[2030-2021 ] [2020-2011 ] [ 2010-2001 ] [ 2000-1991] [ 1990-1981 ] [ 1980-1971] [ 1970-1961 ] [ 1960-1958 ]

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a. 62, 2020, 4

Editorial Foreword 681

Stacey Hynd, Small Warriors? Children and Youth in Colonial Insurgencies and Counterinsurgency, ca. 1945-1960, p. 684
Myles Osborne, “Mau Mau are Angels â€? Sent by Haile Selassie”: A Kenyan War in Jamaica, p. 714

Kevin Lewis O’Neill, The Unmaking of a Pedophilic Priest: Transnational Clerical Sexual Abuse in Guatemala, p. 745
Narendra Subramanian, From Bondage to Citizenship: A Comparison of African American and Indian Lower-Caste Mobilization in Two Regions of Deep Inequality, p. 770
Ali Sipahi, Deception and Violence in the Ottoman Empire: The People’s Theory of Crowd Behavior during the Hamidian Massacres of 1895, p. 810

Jake Subryan Richards, The Adjudication of Slave Ship Captures, Coercive Intervention, and Value Exchange in Comparative Atlantic Perspective, ca. 1839-1870, p. 836
Samuel Fury Childs Daly, A Nation on Paper: Making a State in the Republic of Biafra, p. 868
Leor Halevi, Nationalist Spirits of Islamic Law after World War I: An Arab-Indian Battle of Fatwas over Alcohol, Purity, and Power, p. 895

Corrigendum, p. 926

a. 62, 2020, 3

Editorial Foreword 453

David I. Kertzer, Gunnar Mokosch, In the Name of the Cross: Christianity and Anti-Semitic Propaganda in Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy, p. 456
Natalie Scholz, Ghosts and Miracles. The Volkswagen as Imperial Debris in Postwar West Germany, p. 487

Davide Orsini, Signs of Risk: Materiality, History, and Meaning in Cold War Controversies over Nuclear Contamination, p. 520
Mareike Winchell, Liberty Time in Question: Historical Duration and Indigenous Refusal in Post-Revolutionary Bolivia, p. 551

Mark Anthony Geraghty, Gacaca, Genocide, Genocide Ideology: The Violent Aftermaths of Transitional Justice in the New Rwanda, p. 588
Jocelyn Alexander, Joann Mcgregor, Adelante! Military Imaginaries, the Cold War, and Southern Africa’s Liberation Armies, p. 619
Shaun Kingsley Malarney, Defining the True Hunter: Big Game Hunting, Moral Distinction, and Virtuosity in French Colonial Indochina, p. 651

a. 62, 2020, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 219

Daniel Monterescu, Ariel Handel, Terroir and Territory on the Colonial Frontier: Making New-Old World Wine in the Holy Land, p. 222
Timothy P. A. Cooper, The Kacca and the Pakka: Disenchanting the Film Event in Pakistan, p. 262
José H. Bortoluci, Brutalism and the People: Architectural Articulations of National Developmentalism in Mid-Twentieth-Century São Paulo, p. 296

Thomas R. Prendergast, The Sociological Idea of the State: Legal Education, Austrian Multinationalism, and the Future of Continental Empire, 1880-1914, p. 327
Rephael G. Stern, Legal Liminalities: Conflicting Jurisdictional Claims in the Transition from British Mandate Palestine to the State of Israel, p. 359

Julie Gibbings, “Their debts follow them into the afterlife”: German Settlers, Ethnographic Knowledge, and the Forging of Coffee Capitalism in Nineteenth-Century Guatemala, p. 389
Jacob Tropp, “Intertribal” Development Strategies in the Global Cold War: Native American Models and Counterinsurgency in Southeast Asia, p. 421

a. 62, 2020, 1

Editorial Foreword, p. 1

David Mosse, Outside Caste? The Enclosure of Caste and Claims to Castelessness in India and the United Kingdom, p. 4
Michal Kravel-tovi, The Specter of Dwindling Numbers: Population Quantity and Jewish Biopolitics in the United States, p. 35

Catherine Wanner, An Affective Atmosphere of Religiosity: Animated Places, Public Spaces, and the Politics of Attachment in Ukraine and Beyond, p. 68
Amy Chazkel, Toward a History of Rights in the City at Night: Making and Breaking the Nightly Curfew in Nineteenth-Century Rio de Janeiro, p. 106
Samuel Sami Everett, Une Ambiance Diaspora: Continuity and Change in Parisian Maghrebi Imaginaries, p. 135

Gale Kenny, Tisa Wenger, Church, State, and “Native Liberty” in the Belgian Congo, p. 156
Thushara Hewage, Event, Archive, Mediation: Sri Lanka’s 1971 Insurrection and the Political Stakes of Fieldwork, p. 186

a. 61, 2019, 4

Editorial Foreword, p. 739

Sarah Franklin, Developmental Landmarks and the Warnock Report: A Sociological Account of Biological Translation, p. 743
Victor Igreja, Negotiating Relationships in Transition: War, Famine, and Embodied Accountability in Mozambique, p. 774

Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Between Eastern Africa and Western India, 1500-1650: Slavery, Commerce, and Elite Formation, p. 805
Divya Subramanian, Legislating the Labor Force: Sedentarization and Development in India and the United States, 1870-1915, p. 835

Arthur Shiwa Zárate, The American Sufis: Self-Help, Sufism, and Metaphysical Religion in Postcolonial Egypt, p. 864
Resto Cruz, An Inheritance that Cannot Be Stolen: Schooling, Kinship, and Personhood in Post-1945 Central Philippines, p. 894

Marvin Chochotte, Making Peasants Chèf: The Tonton Makout Militia and the Moral Politics of Terror in the Haitian Countryside during the Dictatorship of François Duvalier, 1957-1971, p. 925
Max Bergholz, To Kill or Not to Kill? The Challenge of Restraining Violence in a Balkan Community, p. 954

Esra Özyürek, Export-Import Theory and the Racialization of Anti-Semitism: Turkish- and Arab-Only Prevention Programs in Germany-CORRIGENDUM, p. 986

a. 61, 2019, 3

Editorial Foreword, p. 475

Jatin Dua, Hijacked: Piracy and Economies of Protection in the Western Indian Ocean, p. 479
Hans Steinmüller, Conscription by Capture in the Wa State of Myanmar: Acquaintances, Anonymity, Patronage, and the Rejection of Mutuality, p. 508

Elizabeth J. Perry, Making Communism Work: Sinicizing a Soviet Governance Practice, p. 535
Malgorzata Kurjanska, Disgruntled Elites and Imperial States: The Making of Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Civil Society in Congress Poland and Western Galicia, p. 563
Nir Shafir, Moral Revolutions: The Politics of Piety in the Ottoman Empire Reimagined, p. 595
Will Sweetman, Ines G. Åupanov, Rival Mission, Rival Science? Jesuits and Pietists in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century South India, p. 624
Johanna Bockman, Democratic Socialism in Chile and Peru: Revisiting the “Chicago Boys” as the Origin of Neoliberalism, p. 654
Mathieu Hikaru Desan, The Invention of Neo-Socialism: The Dynamics of Schism and Doctrinal Distinction in the French Socialist Party, p. 680
Micah S. Muscolino, Woodlands, Warlords, and Wasteful Nations: Transnational Networks and Conservation Science in 1920s China, p. 712

a. 61, 2019, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 239

Johan Mathew, On Principals and Agency: Reassembling Trust in Indian Ocean Commerce, p. 242
Sharika Thiranagama, Respect Your Neighbor as Yourself: Neighborliness, Caste, and Community in South India, p. 269
J. M. Bacon, Matthew Norton, Colonial America today: U.S. Empire and the Political Status of Native American Nations, p. 301

Sarah Abel, George F. Tyson, Gisli Palsson, From Enslavement to Emancipation: Naming Practices in the Danish West Indies, p. 332
Alison K. Smith, Fugitives, Vagrants, and Found Dead Bodies: Identifying the Individual in Tsarist Russia, p. 366

Vlad Naumescu, Pedagogies of Prayer: Teaching Orthodoxy in South India, p. 389
Alice Yeh, The Hermeneutics of Silk: China and the Fabric of Christendom according to Martino Martini and the Early Modern Jesuit “Accommodationists”, p. 419

Marlene Schäfers, Archived Voices, Acoustic Traces, and the Reverberations of Kurdish History in Modern Turkey, p. 447

a. 61, 2019, 1

Editorial Foreword, p. 1

James Ferguson, Proletarian Politics today: On the Perils and Possibilities of Historical Analogy, p. 4
Laurence Coderre, A Necessary Evil: Conceptualizing the Socialist Commodity under Mao, p. 23

Elisha P. Renne, Sylvan Memories of People, Place, and Trees in Nangodi, Northeastern Ghana, p. 50
Garrett Ryan, Street Theater: Building Monumental Avenues in Roman Ephesus and Renaissance Florence, p. 82

Saygun GÃkariksel, Facing History: Sovereignty and the Spectacles of Justice and Violence in Poland’s Capitalist Democracy, p. 111
Miles Larmer, Nation-Making at the Border: Zambian Diplomacy in the Democratic Republic of Congo, p. 145
Rana Mitter, State-Building after Disaster: Jiang Tingfu and the Reconstruction of Post-World War II China, 1943-1949, p. 176

Jeanette S. Jouili, Islam and Culture: Dis/junctures in a Modern Conceptual Terrain, p. 207

a. 60, 2018, 4

Editorial Foreword, p. 753

Webb Keane, Divine Text, National Language, and Their Publics: Arguing an Indonesian Qur’an, p. 758
Stephan Palmié, When Is a Thing? Transduction and Immediacy in Afro-Cuban Ritual; or, ANT in Matanzas, Cuba, Summer of 1948, p. 786

Andrew Bickford, From Idiophylaxis to Inner Armor: Imagining the Self-Armoring Soldier in the United States Military from the 1960s to today, p. 810
Niko Besnier, Daniel Guinness, Mark Hann, Uro? Uro? Kova?, Rethinking Masculinity in the Neoliberal Order: Cameroonian Footballers, Fijian Rugby Players, and Senegalese Wrestlers, p. 839

Leo Coleman, Building Scotland, Building Solidarity: A Scottish Architect’s Knowledge of Nation, p. 873
Michał Murawski, Actually-Existing Success: Economics, Aesthetics, and the Specificity of (Still-) Socialist Urbanism, p. 907

Emily Laxer, “We are all republicans”: Political Articulation and the Production of Nationhood in France’s Face Veil Debate, p. 938
Kimberly A. Arkin, Historicity, Peoplehood, and Politics: Holocaust Talk in Twenty-First-Century France, p. 968

John Eicher, Rustic Reich: The Local Meanings of (Trans) National Socialism among Paraguay’s Mennonite Colonies, p. 998
Félix Krawatzek, Gwendolyn Sasse, Integration and Identities: The Effects of Time, Migrant Networks, and Political Crises on Germans in the United States, p. 1029

Louisa Lombard, Denouncing Sovereignty: Claims to Liberty in Northeastern Central African Republic, p. 1066
Sheetal Chhabria, The Aboriginal Alibi: Governing Dispossession in Colonial Bombay, p. 1096

Richard Lachmann, What Empires Can and Can’t Do, p. 1127
Jonathan Brack, Theologies of Auspicious Kingship: The Islamization of Chinggisid Sacral Kingship in the Islamic World, p. 1143
Jean-Philippe Dedieu, AÃssatou Mbodj-Pouye, The Fabric of Transnational Political Activism: “Révolution Afrique” and West African Radical Militants in France in the 1970s, p. 1172

CSSH Note, p.1209

a. 60, 2018, 3

Editorial Foreword , p. 507

Daniella Gandolfo, Lumpen Politics? A Day in “El Hueco”, p. 511
Graham Denyer Willis, The Potter’s Field, p. 539

Leslie James, The Flying Newspapermen and the Time-Space of Late Colonial Nigeria, p. 569
Daniel Magaziner, The Foundation: Design, Time, and Possibility in 1960s Nairobi, p. 599
Stuart Earle Strange, “It’s your family that kills you”: Responsibility, Evidence, and Misfortune in the Making of Ndyuka History, p. 629
Gerardo Serra, “Hail the Census Night”: Trust and Political Imagination in the 1960 Population Census of Ghana, p. 659

Kate Boehme, Peter Mitchell, Alan Lester, Reforming Everywhere and All at Once: Transitioning to Free Labor across the British Empire, 1837-1838, p. 688
Mark Cohen, Reforming States, Agricultural Transformation, and Economic Development in Russia and Japan, 1853-1913, p. 719

a. 60, 2018, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 237

Paige Raibmon, Obvious but Invisible: Ways of Knowing Health, Environment, and Colonialism in a West Coast Indigenous Community, p. 241
Jessica R. Cattelino, From Locke to Slots: Money and the Politics of Indigeneity, p. 274
Andrew Canessa, Indigenous Conflict in Bolivia Explored through an African Lens: towards a Comparative Analysis of Indigeneity, p. 308

Fahad Ahmad Bishara, “No country but the ocean”: Reading International Law from the Deck of an Indian Ocean Dhow, ca. 1900, p. 338
Mircea Raianu, “A mass of anomalies”: Land, Law, and Sovereignty in an Indian Company town, p. 367
Guo-Quan Seng, The Gender Politics of Confucian Family Law: Contracts, Credit, and Creole Chinese Bilateral Kinship in Dutch Colonial Java (1850s-1900), p. 390
Adam Mestyan, Domestic Sovereignty, A’yan Developmentalism, and Global Microhistory in Modern Egypt, p. 415
Jeffrey Culang, “The Shari’a must go”: Seduction, Moral Injury, and Religious Freedom in Egypt’s Liberal Age, p. 446 Sarah El-Kazaz, Building “Community” and Markets in Contemporary Cairo, p. 505

a. 60, 2018, 1

Editorial Foreword , p. 1

Harald Wydra, Generations of Memory: Elements of a Conceptual Framework, p. 5
Freddy Foks, Bronislaw Malinowski, “Indirect Rule,” and the Colonial Politics of Functionalist Anthropology, ca. 1925-1940, p. 35
Edward Simpson, Alice Tilche, Tommaso Sbriccoli, Patricia Jeffery, Tina Otten, A Brief History of Incivility in Rural Postcolonial India: Caste, Religion, and Anthropology, p. 58

Pamela Ballinger, A Sea of Difference, a History of Gaps: Migrations between Italy and Albania, 1939-1992, p. 90
Elise K. Burton, “Essential Collaborators”: Locating Middle Eastern Geneticists in the Global Scientific Infrastructure, 1950s-1970s, p. 119
Kristen Alff, Levantine Joint-Stock Companies, Trans-Mediterranean Partnerships, and Nineteenth-Century Capitalist Development, p. 150

Chris Moffat, Politics and the Work of the Dead in Modern India, p. 178
Tobias Rupprecht, Orthodox Internationalism: State and Church in Modern Russia and Ethiopia, p. 212

a. 59, 2017, 4

Editorial Foreword, p. 755

Anna Kruglova, Social Theory and Everyday Marxists: Russian Perspectives on Epistemology and Ethics, p. 759
Jonah Stuart Brundage, The Pacification of Elite Lifestyles: State Formation, Elite Reproduction, and the Practice of Hunting in Early Modern England, p. 786
Pamela Kea, Katrin Maier, Challenging Global Geographies of Power: Sending Children back to Nigeria from the United Kingdom for Education, p. 818
Sonia N. Das, Failed Legacies of Colonial Linguistics: Lessons from Tamil Books in French India and French Guiana, p. 846
Jessica M. Marglin, Written and Oral in Islamic Law: Documentary Evidence and Non-Muslims in Moroccan Shari’a Courts, p. 884
Leyla Amzi-Erdogdular, Alternative Muslim Modernities: Bosnian Intellectuals in the Ottoman and Habsburg Empires, p. 912
Uditi Sen, Developing Terra Nullius: Colonialism, Nationalism, and Indigeneity in the Andaman Islands, p. 944
Krista Maxwell, Settler-Humanitarianism: Healing the Indigenous Child-Victim, p. 974

Michael Meng, On Authoritarianism. A Review Essay, p. 1008

a. 59, 2017, 3

Editorial Foreword, p. 515

H. Glenn Penny, Material Connections: German Schools, Things, and Soft Power in Argentina and Chile from the 1880s through the Interwar Period, p. 519
Michael Meng, Monuments of Ruination in Postwar Berlin and Warsaw: The Architectural Projects of Bohdan Lachert and Daniel Libeskind, p. 550

Filipe Calvão, The Company Oracle: Corporate Security and Diviner-Detectives in Angola’s Diamond Mines, p. 574
David Bond, Oil in the Caribbean: Refineries, Mangroves, and the Negative Ecologies of Crude Oil, p. 600

Bart Klem, Sidharthan Maunaguru, Insurgent Rule as Sovereign Mimicry and Mutation: Governance, Kingship, and Violence in Civil Wars, p. 629
Alev Ãtinar, Hakki Tas, Politics of Nationhood and the Displacement of the Founding Moment: Contending Histories of the Turkish Nation, p. 3657

Ceyda Karamursel, Transplanted Slavery, Contested Freedom, and Vernacularization of Rights in the Reform Era Ottoman Empire, p. 690
Mischa Suter, Debt and Its Attachments: Collateral as an Object of Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century Liberalism, p. 715

Matt Tomlinson, Christian Difference, p. 743

a. 59, 2017, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 241

Tania Murray Li, The Price of Un/Freedom: Indonesia’s Colonial and Contemporary Plantation Labor Regimes, p. 245
R. Alan Covey, Kylie E. Quave, The Economic Transformation of the Inca Heartland (Cuzco, Peru) in the Late Sixteenth Century, p. 277

Simeon Koole, Photography as Event: Power, the Kodak Camera, and Territoriality in Early Twentieth-Century Tibet, p. 310
Sujit Sivasundaram, Towards a Critical History of Connection: The Port of Colombo, the Geographical “Circuit,” and the Visual Politics of New Imperialism, ca. 1880-1914, p. 346

Lori A. Allen, Determining Emotions and the Burden of Proof in Investigative Commissions to Palestine, p. 385
Andrew Gilbert, The Limits of Foreign Authority: Publicity and the Political Logic of Ambivalence in Postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina, p. 415
Projit Bihari Mukharji, The Bengali Pharaoh: Upper-Caste Aryanism, Pan-Egyptianism, and the Contested History of Biometric Nationalism in Twentieth-Century Bengal, p. 446

George Steinmetz, Field Theory and Interdisciplinarity: History and Sociology in Germany and France during the Twentieth Century, p. 477

a. 59, 2017, 1

Editorial Foreword, p. 1

Simona Cerutti, Isabelle Grangaud, Sources and Contextualizations: Comparing Eighteenth-Century North African and Western European Institutions, p. 5
Alexander Anievas, Kerem Ni?ancio?lu, How Did the West Usurp the Rest? Origins of the Great Divergence over the Longue Durée, p. 34

Carole Mc Granahan, Imperial but Not Colonial: Archival Truths, British India, and the Case of the “Naughty” Tibetans, p. 68
Andrea Muehlebach, The Body of Solidarity: Heritage, Memory, and Materiality in Post-Industrial Italy, p. 96

Lucia Carminati, Alexandria, 1898: Nodes, Networks, and Scales in Nineteenth-Century Egypt and the Mediterranean, p. 127
Rihanyeh, Visas, Jokes, and Contraband: Citizenship and Sovereignty at the Mexico-U.S. Border, p. 154

Emily Callaci, Street Textuality: Socialism, Masculinity, and Urban Belonging in Tanzania’s Pulp Fiction Publishing Industry, 1975-1985, p. 183
Justin Willis, Gabrielle Lynch, Nic Cheeseman, “A valid electoral exercise”? Uganda’s 1980 Elections and the Observers’ Dilemma, p. 211

CSSH Discussion, p. 239

a. 58, 2016, 4

Editorial Foreword, p. 843

Alfred W. McCoy, Covert Netherworld: An Invisible Interstice in the Modern World System, p. 847
Mikaela Rogozen-Soltar, “We suffered in our bones just like them”: Comparing Migrations at the Margins of Europe, p. 880
David Henig, Crossing the Bosphorus: Connected Histories of “Other” Muslims in the Post-Imperial Borderlands of Southeast Europe, p. 908
Nadav Samin, Dawa, Dynasty, and Destiny in the Arab Gulf, p. 935
Nur Amali Ibrahim, Homophobic Muslims: Emerging Trends in Multireligious Singapore, p. 955
Raja Adal, Aesthetics and the End of the Mimetic Moment: The Introduction of Art Education in Modern Japanese and Egyptian Schools, p. 982
Sayaka Chatani, The Ruralist Paradigm: Social Work Bureaucrats in Colonial Korea and Japan’s Assimilationism in the Interwar Period, p. 1004

a. 58, 2016, 3

Editorial Foreword, p. 603

Ismail Fajrie Alatas, The Poetics of Pilgrimage: Assembling Contemporary Indonesian Pilgrimage to ?a?ramawt, Yemen, p. 607
Claire Edington, Hans Pols, Building Psychiatric Expertise across Southeast Asia: Study Trips, Site Visits, and Therapeutic Labor in French Indochina and the Dutch East Indies, 1898-1937, p. 636
Judith Bovensiepen, Frederico Delgado Rosa, Transformations of the Sacred in East Timor, p. 664
Kiri Paramore, Confucian Ritual and Sacred Kingship: Why the Emperors Did not Rule Japan, p. 694
Mark Condos, “Fanaticism” and the Politics of Resistance along the North-West Frontier of British India, p. 717
Joshua Schreier, A Jewish Riot against Muslims: The Polemics of History in Late Colonial Algeria, p. 746
Marko Grde?i?, Serbia’s Anti-Bureaucratic Revolution as Manipulation? A Cultural Alternative to the Elite-Centric Approach, p. 774
Malini Sur, Battles for the Golden Grain: Paddy Soldiers and the Making of the Northeast India-East Pakistan Border, 1930-1970, p. 804

CSSH Notes, p. 833

a. 58, 2016, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 285

Nile Green, Fordist Connections: The Automotive Integration of the United States and Iran, p. 290
Alireza Doostdar, Empirical Spirits: Islam, Spiritism, and the Virtues of Science in Iran, p. 322
Francisco Apellániz, Judging the Franks: Proof, Justice, and Diversity in Late Medieval Alexandria and Damascus, p. 350
Nandini Chatterjee, Mahzar-namas in the Mughal and British Empires: The Uses of an Indo-Islamic Legal Form, p. 379
Prakash Kumar, Plantation Indigo and Synthetic Indigo: European Planters and the Redefinition of a Colonial Commodity, p. 407
Laurence Monnais, Noémi tousignant, The Values of Versatility: Pharmacists, Plants, and Place in the French (Post) Colonial World, p. 432
Chris Pearson, Between Instinct and Intelligence: Harnessing Police Dog Agency in Early Twentieth-Century Paris, p. 463
Gregory Feldman, “With my head on the pillow”: Sovereignty, Ethics, and Evil among Undercover Police Investigators, p. 491
Richard E. Payne, Sex, Death, and Aristocratic Empire: Iranian Jurisprudence in Late Antiquity, p. 519
Assef Ashraf, The Politics of Gift Exchange in Early Qajar Iran, 1785-1834, p. 550

CSSH Discussion, p. 577
CSSH Notes, p. 587

a. 58, 2016, 1

Editorial Foreword, p. 1

Oren Kosansky, When Jews Speak Arabic: Dialectology and Difference in Colonial Morocco, p. 5
Esra Özyürek, Export-Import Theory and the Racialization of Anti-Semitism: Turkish- and Arab-Only Prevention Programs in Germany, p. 40
Geneviève Zubrzycki, Nationalism, “Philosemitism,” and Symbolic Boundary-Making in Contemporary Poland, p. 66
Tolga U. Esmer, Notes on a Scandal: Transregional Networks of Violence, Gossip, and Imperial Sovereignty in the Late Eighteenth-Century Ottoman Empire, p. 99
Sarah Muir, On Historical Exhaustion: Argentine Critique in an Era of “total Corruption”, p. 129
Wyatt MacGaffey, Constructing a Kongo Identity: Scholarship and Mythopoesis, p. 159
Alexander Rocklin, “A Hindu is white although he is black”: Hindu Alterity and the Performativity of Religion and Race between the United States and the Caribbean, p. 181
Kevin E. Ko, The Anatomical Perspective: Epistemology and Ethics in a Colonial Missionary Clinic, p. 211

CSSH Discussion, p. 242
CSSH Notes, p. 266

a. 57, 2015, 4

Editorial Foreword, p. 877

Chris Hann, Backwardness Revisited: Time, Space, and Civilization in Rural Eastern Europe, p. 881
Begüm Adalet, Questions of Modernization: Coding Speech, Regulating Attitude in Survey Research, p. 912
Michael Christopher Low, Ottoman Infrastructures of the Saudi Hydro-State: The Technopolitics of Pilgrimage and Potable Water in the Hijaz, p. 942
Fredrik Meiton, The Radiance of the Jewish National Home: Technocapitalism, Electrification, and the Making of Modern Palestine, p. 975
Elizabeth Davis, “We’ve toiled without end”: Publicity, Crisis, and the Suicide “Epidemic” in Greece, p. 1007
Konstantinos Kalantzis, “Fak Germani”: Materialities of Nationhood and Transgression in the Greek Crisis, p. 1037

CSSH Discussion, p. 1070
CSSH Notes, p. 1083

a. 57, 2015, 3

Editorial Foreword, p. 603

Daragh Grant, “Civilizing” the Colonial Subject: The Co-Evolution of State and Slavery in South Carolina, 1670-1739, p. 606
Besnik Pula, Institutionalizing a Weak State: Law and Jurisdictional Conflict between Bureaucratic and Communal Institutions in the Albanian Highlands, p. 637
Jeremy E. Taylor, Republican Personality Cults in Wartime China: Contradistinction and Collaboration, p. 665
Tobias Kelly, Citizenship, Cowardice, and Freedom of Conscience: British Pacifists in the Second World War, p. 694
Julien Brachet, Judith Scheele, Fleeting Glory in a Wasteland: Wealth, Politics, and Autonomy in Northern Chad, p. 723
Florence Bernault, Aesthetics of Acquisition: Notes on the Transactional Life of Persons and Things in Gabon, p. 753
Grant Arndt, Voices and Votes in the Fields of Settler Society: American Indian Media and Electoral Politics in 1930s Wisconsin, p. 780
Sergio Miguel Huarcaya, Performativity, Performance, and Indigenous Activism in Ecuador and the Andes, p. 806
Paja Faudree, Tales from the Land of Magic Plants: Textual Ideologies and Fetishes of Indigeneity in Mexico’s Sierra Mazateca, p. 838

CSSH Notes, p. 870

a. 57, 2015, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 287

Ajantha Subramanian, Making Merit: The Indian Institutes of Technology and the Social Life of Caste, p. 291
Anastasia Piliavsky, The “Criminal Tribe” in India before the British, p. 323
David Hardiman, Miracle Cures for a Suffering Nation: Sai Baba of Shirdi, p. 355
Lili Lai, Judith Farquhar, Nationality Medicines in China: Institutional Rationality and Healing Charisma, p. 381
Tatiana Chudakova, The Pulse in the Machine: Automating Tibetan Diagnostic Palpation in Postsocialist Russia, p. 407
Sunil Purushotham, Internal Violence: The “Police Action” in Hyderabad, p. 435
A. Azfar Moin, Sovereign Violence: Temple Destruction in India and Shrine Desecration in Iran and Central Asia, p. 467
Daniel Andrew Birchok, Putting Habib Abdurrahim in His Place: Genealogy, Scale, and Islamization in Seunagan, Indonesia, p. 497
Nora Lessersohn, “Provincial Cosmopolitanism” in Late Ottoman Anatolia: An Armenian Shoemaker’s Memoir, p. 528
Joel Cabrita, People of Adam: Divine Healing and Racial Cosmopolitanism in the Early Twentieth-Century Transvaal, South Africa, p. 557

CSSH Notes, p. 593

a. 57, 2015, 1

Editorial Foreword, p. 1

Nils Bubandt, Rane Willerslev, The Dark Side of Empathy: Mimesis, Deception, and the Magic of Alterity, p. 5
Rebecca Gould, Ijtihad against Madhhab: Legal Hybridity and the Meanings of Modernity in Early Modern Daghestan, p. 35
Ricardo Roque, Mimetic Governmentality and the Administration of Colonial Justice in East Timor, ca. 1860-1910, p. 67
Carwil Bjork-James, Hunting Indians: Globally Circulating Ideas and Frontier Practices in the Colombian Llanos, p. 98
James Slotta, Phatic Rituals of the Liberal Democratic Polity: Hearing Voices in the Hearings of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, p. 130
Sarah E. Wagner, A Curious Trade: The Recovery and Repatriation of U.S. Missing In Action from the Vietnam War, p. 161
Martha Lincoln, Bruce Lincoln, Toward a Critical Hauntology: Bare Afterlife and the Ghosts of Ba Chúc, p. 191
Harri Englund, Anti Anti-Colonialism: Vernacular Press and Emergent Possibilities in Colonial Zambia, p. 221
Sarah A. Radcliffe, Andrew J. Webb, Subaltern Bureaucrats and Postcolonial Rule: Indigenous Professional Registers of Engagement with the Chilean State, p. 248

CSSH Notes, p. 274

a. 56, 2014, 4

Editorial Foreword, p. 881

Krishan Kumar, The Return of Civilization-and of Arnold toynbee?, p. 815
Brian A. Catlos, Accursed, Superior Men: Ethno-Religious Minorities and Politics in the Medieval Mediterranean, p. 844
Naor Ben-Yehoyada, Transnational Political Cosmology: A Central Mediterranean Example, p. 870
Joshua Tucker, Sounding the Latin Transatlantic: Music, Integration, and Ambivalent Ethnogenesis in Spain, p. 902
Niall Whelehan, Youth, Generations, and Collective Action in Nineteenth-Century Ireland and Italy, p. 934
Craig Jeffrey, Jane Dyson, “I serve therefore I am”: Youth and Generative Politics in India, p. 967
Ricardo D. Salvatore, Progress and Backwardness in Book Accumulation: Bancroft, Basadre, and Their Libraries, p. 995
Lucie Ryzova, Mourning the Archive: Middle Eastern Photographic Heritage between Neoliberalism and Digital Reproduction, p. 1027

CSSH Notes, p. 1062

a. 56, 2014, 3

Editorial Foreword, p. 555

Joel Robbins, Bambi B. Schieffelin, Aparecida Vilaça, Evangelical Conversion and the Transformation of the Self in Amazonia and Melanesia: Christianity and the Revival of Anthropological Comparison, p. 559
Jeremy Menchik, Productive Intolerance: Godly Nationalism in Indonesia, p. 591
Ceren Özgül, Legally Armenian: tolerance, Conversion, and Name Change in Turkish Courts, p. 622
Roxann Prazniak, Ilkhanid Buddhism: Traces of a Passage in Eurasian History, p. 650
Katherine Bowie, The Saint with Indra’s Sword: Khruubaa Srivichai and Buddhist Millenarianism in Northern Thailand, p. 681
Liping Wang, The State, Relational Governance, and Nomad Sedentarization: Land Reform in Inner Mongolia, 1900-1911, p. 714
Jin Sato, Resource Politics and State-Society Relations: Why Are Certain States More Inclusive than Others?, p. 745
Victor Igreja, Memories of Violence, Cultural Transformations of Cannibals, and Indigenous State-Building in Post-Conflict Mozambique, p. 774

CSSH Notes, p. 803

a. 56, 2014, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 255

David E. Greenstein, Assembling Fordizm: The Production of Automobiles, Americans, and Bolsheviks in Detroit and Early Soviet Russia, p. 259
Oscar Sanchez-Sibony, Capitalism’s Fellow Traveler: The Soviet Union, Bretton Woods, and the Cold War, 1944-1958, p. 290
Greggor Mattson, Nation-State Science: Lappology and Sweden’s Ethnoracial Purity, p. 320
Richard J. Reid, Ghosts in the Academy: Historians and Historical Consciousness in the Making of Modern Uganda, p. 351
Josh Berson, The Dialectal Tribe and the Doctrine of Continuity, p. 381
Paolo Sartori, Constructing Colonial Legality in Russian Central Asia: On Guardianship, p. 419
Yüksel Sezgin, Mirjam Künkler, Regulation of “Religion” and the “Religious”: The Politics of Judicialization and Bureaucratization in India and Indonesia, p. 448
Pnina Werbner, “The Duty to Act Fairly”: Ethics, Legal Anthropology, and Labor Justice in the Manual Workers Union of Botswana, p. 479
Melissa Demian, On the Repugnance of Customary Law, p. 508

CSSH Notes, p. 537

a. 56, 2014, 1

Editorial Foreword, p. 1

Sebastian Conrad, The Dialectics of Remembrance: Memories of Empire in Cold War Japan, p. 4
Jaeeun Kim, The Colonial State, Migration, and Diasporic Nationhood in Korea, p. 34
Miriam Kingsberg, Becoming Brazilian to Be Japanese: Emigrant Assimilation, Cultural Anthropology, and National Identity, p. 67
Karen Strassler, Seeing the Unseen in Indonesia’s Public Sphere: Photographic Appearances of a Spirit Queen, p. 98
Wei-Ping Lin, Virtual Recentralization: Pilgrimage as Social Imaginary in the Demilitarized Islands between China and Taiwan, p. 131
Neil Ketchley, “The army and the people are one hand!” Fraternization and the 25th January Egyptian Revolution, p. 155
Catherine E. Bolten, Sobel Rumors and Tribal Truths: Narrative and Politics in Sierra Leone, 1994, p. 187
Timothy Wickham-Crowley, Two “Waves” of Guerrilla-Movement Organizing in Latin America, 1956-1990, p. 215

CSSH Notes, p. 243

a. 55, 2013, 4

Editorial Foreword, p. 767

Magnus Course, The Clown Within: Becoming White and Mapuche Ritual Clowns, p. 771
Kristina Wirtz, A “Brutology” of Bozal: Tracing a Discourse Genealogy from Nineteenth-Century Blackface Theater to Twenty-First-Century Spirit Possession in Cuba, p. 800
Walter Armbrust, The Trickster in Egypt’s January 25th Revolution, p. 834
Salwa Ismail, Urban Subalterns in the Arab Revolutions: Cairo and Damascus in Comparative Perspective, p. 865
Lyuba Grinberg, “Is this city yours or mine?” Political Sovereignty and Eurasian Urban Centers in the Ninth through Twelfth Centuries, p. 895
Tim Rowse, Tiffany Shellam, The Colonial Emergence of a Statistical Imaginary, p. 922
Anna M. Mirkova, “Population Politics” at the End of Empire: Migration and Sovereignty in Ottoman Eastern Rumelia, 1877-1886, p. 955
Kyle Harper, Culture, Nature, and History: The Case of Ancient Sexuality, p. 986

CSSH Notes, p. 1017

a. 55, 2013, 3

Editorial Foreword, p. 519

Lerna Ekmekcioglu, A Climate for Abduction, a Climate for Redemption: The Politics of Inclusion during and after the Armenian Genocide, p. 522
Jessaca B. Leinaweaver, Toward an Anthropology of Ingratitude: Notes from Andean Kinship, p. 554
Guy Burak, The Second Formation of Islamic Law: The Post-Mongol Context of the Ottoman Adoption of a School of Law, p. 579
Michael G. Peletz, Malaysia’s Syariah Judiciary as Global Assemblage: Islamization, Corporatization, and Other Transformations in Context, p. 603
David Schoenbrun, A Mask of Calm: Emotion and Founding the Kingdom of Bunyoro in the Sixteenth Century, p. 634
Charlene E. Makley, The Politics of Presence: Voice, Deity Possession, and Dilemmas of Development Among Tibetans in the People’s Republic of China, p. 665
Gustav Peebles, Washing Away the Sins of Debt: The Nineteenth-Century Eradication of the Debtors’ Prison, p. 701
Claire Edington, Going in and Getting out of the Colonial Asylum: Families and Psychiatric Care in French Indochina, p. 725

CSSH Notes, p. 756

a. 55, 2013, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 237

Eric Lewis Beverley, Frontier as Resource: Law, Crime, and Sovereignty on the Margins of Empire, p. 241
Joya Chatterji, Dispositions and Destinations: Refugee Agency and “Mobility Capital” in the Bengal Diaspora, 1947-2007, p. 273
Ziad Fahmy, Jurisdictional Borderlands: Extraterritoriality and “Legal Chameleons” in Precolonial Alexandria, 1840-1870, p. 305
Marc David Baer, Turk and Jew in Berlin: The First Turkish Migration to Germany and the Shoah, p. 330
Andrew Apter, Yoruba Ethnogenesis from Within, p. 356
Ruben Gowricharn, Ethnogenesis: The Case of British Indians in the Caribbean, p. 388
Neil MacMaster, The Roots of Insurrection: The Role of the Algerian Village Assembly (Djemâa) in Peasant Resistance, 1863-1962, p. 419
Justin Willis, George Gona, Tradition, Tribe, and State in Kenya: The Mijikenda Union, 1945-1980, p. 448
Matt Hodges, Illuminating Vestige: Amateur Archaeology and the Emergence of Historical Consciousness in Rural France, p. 474

CSSH Notes, p. 505

a. 55, 2013, 1

Editorial Foreword, p. 1

Kwee Hui Kian, Chinese Economic Dominance in Southeast Asia: A Longue Duree Perspective, p. 5
Sascha Auerbach, Margaret Tart, Lao She, and the Opium-Master’s Wife: Race and Class among Chinese Commercial Immigrants in London and Australia, 1866-1929, p. 35
Samantha Iyer, Colonial Population and the Idea of Development, p. 65
Gregory Mann, Anti-Colonialism and Social Science: Georges Balandier, Madeira Keita, and “the Colonial Situation” in French Africa, p. 92
Rupa Viswanath, The Emergence of Authenticity Talk and the Giving of Accounts: Conversion as Movement of the Soul in South India, ca. 1900, p. 120
Bernard Bate, “to persuade them into speech and action”: Oratory and the Tamil Political, Madras, 1905-1919, p. 142
Jane E. Goodman, Acting with One Voice: Producing Unanimism in Algerian Reformist Theater, p. 167
Alexis Arieff, Mike McGovern, “History is stubborn”: Talk about Truth, Justice, and National Reconciliation in the Republic of Guinea, p. 198

CSSH Notes, p. 226

a. 54, 2012, 4

Editorial Foreword, p. 717

Alan Mikhail and Christine M. Philliou, The Ottoman Empire and the Imperial Turn, p. 721
Ugur ümit üngör, Rethinking the Violence of Pacification: State Formation and Bandits in Turkey, 1914-1937, p. 746
Nadir özbek, The Politics of Taxation and the “Armenian Question” during the Late Ottoman Empire, 1876-1908, p. 770
Christopher Goscha, Wiring Decolonization: Turning Technology against the Colonizer during the Indochina War, 1945-1954, p. 798
Jonathan Kennedy, Sunil Purushotham, Beyond Naxalbari: A Comparative Analysis of Maoist Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in Independent India, p. 832
Padraic Kenney, “I felt a kind of pleasure in seeing them treat us brutally.” The Emergence of the Political Prisoner, 1865-1910, p. 863
Mairi S. MacDonald, Guinea’s Political Prisoners: Colonial Models, Postcolonial Innovation, p. 890
Larisa Jasarevic, Pouring out Postsocialist Fears: Practical Metaphysics of a Therapy at a Distance, p. 914

CSSH Notes, p. 942

a. 54, 2012, 3

Editorial Foreword, p. 463

Lucas Bessire, The Politics of Isolation: Refused Relation as an Emerging Regime of Indigenous Biolegitimacy, p. 467
Paul Nadasdy, Boundaries among Kin: Sovereignty, the Modern Treaty Process, and the Rise of Ethno-Territorial Nationalism among Yukon First Nations, p. 499
Pál Nyíri, Enclaves of Improvement: Sovereignty and Developmentalism in the Special Zones of the China-Lao Borderlands, p. 533
Alessandro Monsutti, Fuzzy Sovereignty: Rural Reconstruction in Afghanistan, between Democracy Promotion and Power Games, p. 563
Jonathan E. Robins, Slave Cocoa and Red Rubber: E. D. Morel and the Problem of Ethical Consumption, p. 592
Cyrus Schayegh, Iran’s Karaj Dam Affair: Emerging Mass Consumerism, the Politics of Promise, and the Cold War in the Third World, p. 612
Dace Dzenovska, Iván Arenas, Don’t Fence Me In: Barricade Sociality and Political Struggles in Mexico and Latvia, p. 644
Bjãrn Thomassen, Notes towards an Anthropology of Political Revolutions, p. 679

CSSH Notes, p. 707

a. 54, 2012, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 225

Bhavani Raman, The Duplicity of Paper: Counterfeit, Discretion, and Bureaucratic Authority in Early Colonial Madras, p. 229
Keith Shear, Chiefs or Modern Bureaucrats? Managing Black Police in Early Twentieth-Century South Africa, p. 251
Peter Gibbon, Lasse Folke Henriksen, A Standard Fit for Neoliberalism, p. 275
Alexandra Kowalski, The Nation, Rescaled: Theorizing the Decentralization of Memory in Contemporary France, p. 308
Rebecca Bryant, Partitions of Memory: Wounds and Witnessing in Cyprus, p. 332
Angie Heo, The Virgin Made Visible: Intercessory Images of Church Territory in Egypt, p. 361
Amira Mittermaier, Invisible Armies: Reflections on Egyptian Dreams of War, p. 392
Saba Mahmood, Religious Freedom, the Minority Question, and Geopolitics in the Middle East, p. 418

CSSH Notes, p. 447

a. 54, 2012, 1

Editorial Foreword, p. 1

Daniel Lord Smail, Violence and Predation in Late Medieval Mediterranean Europe, p. 7
James Ellison, The Intimate Violence of Political and Economic Change in Southern Ethiopia, p. 35
Carolien Stolte, Harald Fischer-Tiné, Imagining Asia in India: Nationalism and Internationalism (ca. 1905-1940), p. 65
Warwick Anderson, Hans Pols, Scientific Patriotism: Medical Science and National Self-Fashioning in Southeast Asia, p. 93
John T. Sidel, The Fate of Nationalism in the New States: Southeast Asia in Comparative Historical Perspective, p. 114
T. C. McCaskie, “As on a Darkling Plain”: Practitioners, Publics, Propagandists, and Ancient Historiography, p. 145
Thomas R. Trautmann, Does India Have History? Does History Have India?, p. 174

CSSH Discussion, p. 206
CSSH Notes, p. 217

a. 53, 2011, 4

Andrew Shryock, Editorial Foreword, p. 717

Jon Adams, Edmund Ramsden, Rat Cities and Beehive Worlds: Density and Design in the Modern City, p. 722
Matthew S. Hull, Communities of Place, Not Kind: American Technologies of Neighborhood in Postcolonial Delhi, p. 757
Heather Sutherland, Whose Makassar? Claiming Space in a Segmented City, p. 791
Karen Isaksen Leonard, Family Firms in Hyderabad: Gujarati, Goswami, and Marwari Patterns of Adoption, Marriage, and Inheritance, p. 827
Gastón Gordillo, Longing for Elsewhere: Guaraní Reterritorializations, p. 855
Kathleen Lowrey, Ethics, Politics, and Host Space: A Comparative Case Study from the South American Chaco, p. 882
Elizabeth Emma Ferry, Waste and Potency: Making Men with Minerals in Guanajuato and Tucson, p. 914
Matthew Wolf-Meyer, The Nature of Sleep, p. 945
David Arnold, Erich DeWald, Cycles of Empowerment? The Bicycle and Everyday Technology in Colonial India and Vietnam, p. 971

CSSH Discussion, p. 997
CSSH Notes, p. 1008

a. 53, 2011, 3

Editorial Foreword, p. 445

Andrew Kerim Arsan, Failing to Stem the Tide: Lebanese Migration to French West Africa and the Competing Prerogatives of the Imperial State, p. 450
Nile Green, Andrew Kerim ArsanThe Trans-Border Traffic of Afghan Modernism: Afghanistan and the Indian “Urdusphere”, p. 479
Sabina Mihelj, Negotiating Cold War Culture at the Crossroads of East and West: Uplifting the Working People, Entertaining the Masses, Cultivating the Nation, p. 509
Mustafa Tuna, Madrasa Reform as a Secularizing Process: A View from the Late Russian Empire, p. 540
Naveeda Khan, The Acoustics of Muslim Striving: Loudspeaker Use in Ritual Practice in Pakistan, p. 571
Mucahit Bilici, Homeland Insecurity: How Immigrant Muslims Naturalize America in Islam, p. 595
Anya Bernstein, The Post-Soviet Treasure Hunt: Time, Space, and Necropolitics in Siberian Buddhism, p. 623
Bruce Grant, Shrines and Sovereigns: Life, Death, and Religion in Rural Azerbaijan, p. 654

CSSH Notes, p. 437

a. 53, 2011, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 227

Tony Ballantyne, Paper, Pen, and Print: The Transformation of the Kai Tahu Knowledge Order, p. 232
Bianca Premo, Before the Law: Women’s Petitions in the Eighteenth-Century Spanish Empire, p. 261
Anastasia Piliavsky, A Secret in the Oxford Sense: Thieves and the Rhetoric of Mystification in Western India, p. 290
Albert Schrauwers, “Money bound you-money shall loose you”: Micro-Credit, Social Capital, and the Meaning of Money in Upper Canada, p. 314
Evan Killick, The Debts that Bind Us: A Comparison of Amazonian Debt-Peonage and U.S. Mortgage Practices, p. 344
Erik Bähre, Liberation and Redistribution: Social Grants, Commercial Insurance, and Religious Riches in South Africa, p. 371
Paul Christopher Johnson, An Atlantic Genealogy of “Spirit Possession”, p. 393

Review articles, p. 426
CSSH Notes, p. 437

a. 53, 2011, 1

Editorial Foreword, p. 1

Erik Mueggler, Bodies Real and Virtual: Joseph Rock and Enrico Caruso in the Sino-Tibetan Borderlands, p. 6
David Maxwell, Photography and the Religious Encounter: Ambiguity and Aesthetics in Missionary Representations of the Luba of South East Belgian Congo, p. 38
Rupert Stasch, The Camera and the House: The Semiotics of New Guinea “Treehouses” in Global Visual Culture, p. 75
Kevin Grant, British Suffragettes and the Russian Method of Hunger Strike, p. 113
Cecilia A. Green, “The Abandoned Lower Class of Females”: Class, Gender, and Penal Discipline in Barbados, 1875-1929, p. 144
Peter M. Beattie, The Jealous Institution: Male Nubility, Conjugality, Sexuality, and Discipline on the Social Margins of Imperial Brazil, p. 180

Discussion, p. 210
CSSH Notes, p. 219