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Anthropology

2017

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New

Making a Good Life

An Ethnography of Nature,
Ethics, and Reproduction
Katharine Dow

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Cover art by Michael Tompsett. Artwork
also featured on the cover of The
Management of Hate: Nation, Affect, and
the Governance of Right-Wing Extremism in
Germany by Nitzan Shoshan (see page 6).

This beautifully written book


challenges traditional accounts of
nature, reproduction, and ethics,
not only by demonstrating new
relationships between them, but
also by radically redefining these
core concepts. Dows magnificent
work sets a new course for the
future of reproductive studies and
the social study of ethics, kinship,
and the environment.
Sarah Franklin, University of
Cambridge
Making a Good Life takes a timely
look at the ideas and values that
inform how people think about
reproduction and assisted
reproductive technologies. In an
era of heightened scrutiny about
parenting and reproduction, fears
about environmental degradation,
and the rise of the biotechnology
industry, Katharine Dow delves
into the reproductive ethics of
those who do not have a personal
stake in assisted reproductive
technologies, but who are building lives inspired and influenced
by environmentalism and
concerns about the natural worlds
future.
2016. 248 pages. 3 halftones. 1 map.
Pa: 978-0-691-17175-3
$27.95 | 19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-16748-0
$70.00 | 51.95

New

How Men Age

What Evolution Reveals about


Male Health and Mortality
Richard G. Bribiescas
How Men Age is a wise, thoughtful, and provocative book that
everyone should readwomen
and men alike. Bribiescas eloquently explains how and why
men mature and die, drawing on
evolutionary theory,
endocrinology, anthropology,
genetics, and more. His insights
will change how you think about
human lifeincluding your own.
Daniel E. Lieberman, author
of The Story of the Human Body:
Evolution, Health, and Disease
While the health of aging men
has been a focus of biomedical
research for years, evolutionary
biology has not been part of
the conversationuntil now.
How Men Age is the first book to
explore how natural selection
has shaped male aging, how
evolutionary theory can inform
our understanding of male health
and well-being, and how older
men may have contributed to
the evolution of some of the very
traits that make us human.
2016. 192 pages. 10 line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-16063-4
$24.95 | 18.95

Tom Boellstorff & Bill Maurer, Series Editors


This series presents innovative work that extends classic ethnographic methods and questions into areas
of pressing interest in technology and economics. It explores the varied ways new technologies combine
with older technologies and cultural understandings to shape novel forms of subjectivity, embodiment,
knowledge, place, and community. By doing so, the series demonstrates the relevance of anthropological
inquiry to emerging forms of digital culture in the broadest sense.

New

Digital Keywords

A Vocabulary of Information Society and Culture


Edited by Benjamin Peters

Digital Keywords interrogates


some of the words at the center of
our socio-technical world, revealing the way in which the digital
has reconfigured culture. This
inspiring book is essential for all
who are trying to understand our
contemporary mediated society.
Its a pure delight for anyone who
hasnt stopped to think about the
power of these words.
danah boyd, founder of Data &
Society and author of Its Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked
Teens

In the age of search, keywords increasingly organize research, teaching,


and even thought itself. Inspired by Raymond Williamss 1976 classic
Keywords, the timely collection Digital Keywords gathers pointed,
provocative short essays on more than two dozen keywords by leading
and rising digital media scholars from the areas of anthropology, digital
humanities, history, political science, philosophy, religious studies,
rhetoric, science and technology studies, and sociology. Digital Keywords
examines and critiques the rich lexicon animating the emerging field of
digital studies.
This collection broadens our understanding of how we talk about the
modern world, particularly of the vocabulary at work in information
technologies. Contributors scrutinize each keyword independently: for
example, the recent pairing of digital and analog is separated, while classic terms such as community, culture, event, memory, and democracy
are treated in light of their historical and intellectual importance. Metaphors of the cloud in cloud computing and the mirror in data mirroring
combine with recent and radical uses of terms such as information, sharing, gaming, algorithm, and internet to reveal previously hidden insights
into contemporary life. Bookended by a critical introduction and a list of
over two hundred other digital keywords, these essays provide concise,
compelling arguments about our current mediated condition.
Digital Keywords delves into what language does in todays information
revolution and why it matters.
2016. 352 pages. 3 halftones. 1 table.
Pa: 978-0-691-16734-3
$24.95 | 18.95
Cl: 978-0-691-16733-6
$70.00 | 51.95

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Forthcoming
Forthcoming

Biomedical Odysseys

Fetal Cell Experiments from


Cyberspace to China
Priscilla Song

New

Democracys
Infrastructure

Techno-Politics and Protest


after Apartheid
Antina von Schnitzler
Democracys Infrastructure takes
an incisive, illuminating look at
the technopolitics of water in
South Africa. Through close and
careful observation, this book
reveals how specific technological
mechanisms enable and constrain
government projects, and how
forms of measurement and pricing shape new, market-oriented
subjects. This is a major contribution, one that joins the study of
social movements and political
resistance to the new anthropology of infrastructure in an entirely
convincing way.
James Ferguson, author of Give
a Man a Fish: Reflections on the
New Politics of Distribution

This is a breathtaking look at the


experimental uses of stem cell
technologies in contemporary
China. Engaging, articulate, and
thoughtful, Song addresses the
arenas of stem cell research and
experimental therapy at the
edges of medicine. She helps
readers understand how stem cell
therapies become humanized and
illustrates the poignant journeys
for cures that become entangled
in entrepreneurial frameworks of
market medicine.
Nancy N. Chen, University of
California, Santa Cruz

Disruptive Fixation

School Reform and the Pitfalls


of Techno-Idealism
Christo Sims
A valuable book about educationreform movements, technology,
and American anxieties.
Shamus Rahman Khan, author
of Privilege: The Making of an
Adolescent Elite at St. Pauls School
April 2017. 224 pages. 1 halftone. 1 table.
Pa: 978-0-691-16399-4
$27.95 | 19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-16398-7
$80.00 | 59.95

May 2017. 280 pages. 5 halftones. 9 line illus.


Pa: 978-0-691-17478-5
$27.95 | 19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-17477-8
$85.00 | 62.95

Sounding the Limits


of Life

Essays in the Anthropology of


Biology and Beyond
Stefan Helmreich
With contributions from
Sophia Roosth &
Michele Friedner

New

Everyday Sectarianism in
Urban Lebanon
Infrastructures, Public
Services, and Power
Joanne Nucho

Democracys Infrastructure examines how seemingly mundane


technological domains become
charged territory for struggles
over South Africas political transformation.

A work of brilliant and challenging anthropology, Sounding the


Limits of Life takes a fresh look
at some key issues in the social
sciences, humanities, and biology/
ecology.
Gisli Palsson, University of
Iceland and Kings College London

Providing rigorous analysis


and rich narratives of urban
spaces, homes, social services,
and microcredit lending, Everyday
Sectarianism in Urban Lebanon
breaks fascinating new ground
in the urban anthropology of the
Middle East.
Mona Harb, American University of Beirut

2016. 256 pages.


Pa: 978-0-691-17078-7
Cl: 978-0-691-17077-0

2015. 324 pages. 29 halftones. 6 line illus.


Pa: 978-0-691-16481-6
$26.95 | 19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-16480-9
$95.00 | 70.95

2016. 200 pages. 15 halftones.


Pa: 978-0-691-16897-5
$27.95 | 19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-16896-8
$85.00 | 62.95

$27.95 | 19.95
$80.00 | 59.95

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The Mushroom at the


End of the World

On the Possibility of Life in


Capitalist Ruins
Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing
2015. 352 pages. 29 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-16275-1
$29.95 | 22.95

Finalist for the Northern California Book


Awards in General Nonfiction, Northern
California Book Reviewers
Winner of the 2016 Victor Turner Prize
in Ethnographic Writing, Society for
Humanistic Anthropology
Winner of the 2016 Gregory Bateson Prize,
Society for Cultural Anthropology

Also by
Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing

In the Realm of the


Diamond Queen

Marginality in an Out-of-theWay Place


1993. 368 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-00051-0

$35.00 | 24.95

Winner of the 1994 Harry J. Benda Prize,


Southeast Asia Council, Association for
Asian Studies
Honorable Mention, 1994 Victor Turner
Prize in Ethnographic Writing, Society for
Humanistic Anthropology and American
Anthropological Association
One of Choices Outstanding Academic
Titles for 1994

Friction

An Ethnography of Global
Connection
2004. 344 pages. 3 halftones. 2 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-12065-2
$35.00 | 24.95

Co-Winner of the 2005 Senior Book Prize,


American Ethnological Association

Coming of Age in
Second Life

An Anthropologist Explores
the Virtually Human
Tom Boellstorff
With a new preface by
the author

Making War at Fort Hood


Life and Uncertainty in a
Military Community
Kenneth T. MacLeish

2015. 280 pages. 6 halftones.


Pa: 978-0-691-16570-7
$22.95 | 17.95

Third Place for the 2013 Victor Turner


Prize in Ethnographic Writing, Society for
Humanistic Anthropology

2015. 352 pages. 24 halftones.


Pa: 978-0-691-16834-0
$24.95 | 18.95

Winner of the 2009 Dorothy Lee Award for


Outstanding Scholarship in the Ecology of
Culture, Media Ecology Association
Honorable Mention, 2008 PROSE Award for
Excellence in Media and Cultural Studies,
Association of American Publishers
One of Choices Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2009

Also by Tom Boellstorff

The Gay Archipelago


Sexuality and Nation
in Indonesia

2005. 304 pages. 6 halftones. 13 line illus.


2 tables. 3 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-12334-9
$38.95 | 28.95

Winner of the 2005 Ruth Benedict


Prize, Society for Lesbian and
Gay Anthropologists, American
Anthropological Association

Ethnography and
Virtual Worlds

A Handbook of Method
Tom Boellstorff, Bonnie Nardi,
Celia Pearce & T. L. Taylor
With a foreword by
George Marcus
2012. 264 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-14951-6
Cl: 978-0-691-14950-9

$25.95 | 19.95
$80.00 | 59.95

The Alzheimer
Conundrum

Entanglements of Dementia
and Aging
Margaret Lock
2015. 328 pages. 12 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-16847-0
$24.95 | 18.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14978-3
$30.95 | 22.95

Shortlisted for the 2014 Mavis Gallant Prize


for Non-Fiction, Quebec Writers Federation

Neuro

The New Brain Sciences and


the Management of the Mind
Nikolas Rose &
Joelle M. Abi-Rached
2013. 352 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-14961-5

$28.95 | 21.95

Also by Nikolas Rose

The Politics of Life Itself

Biomedicine, Power, and


Subjectivity in the Twenty-First
Century
In-Formation
Paul Rabinow, Series Editor
2006. 352 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-12191-8

$39.95 | 29.95

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When People Come First

Critical Studies in
Global Health
Joo Biehl & Adriana Petryna

Tobacco Capitalism

2013. 456 pages. 2 line illus. 1 table.


Pa: 978-0-691-15739-9
$35.00 | 24.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15738-2
$87.50 | 65.95

Growers, Migrant Workers,


and the Changing Face of a
Global Industry
Peter Benson

Also by Joo Biehl

Will to Live

AIDS Therapies and the Politics


of Survival
Photographs by Torben Eskerod
In-Formation
Paul Rabinow, Series Editor
2009. 472 pages. 109 halftones. 5 line illus.
6 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-14385-9
$52.50 | 39.95

Co-Winner of the 2008 Wellcome Medal


for Medical Anthropology, Wellcome Trust
and Royal Anthropological Institute
Winner of the 2008 Diana Forsythe Prize,
American Anthropological Association

2011. 336 pages. 19 halftones. 1 line illus.


4 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-14920-2
$32.95 | 24.95

Coding Freedom

The Ethics and Aesthetics


of Hacking
E. Gabriella Coleman
2012. 272 pages. 12 halftones.
Pa: 978-0-691-14461-0
$28.95 | 21.95

Winner of the 2013 Delmos Jones and


Jagna Sharff Memorial Prize for the Critical
Study of North America, Society for the
Anthropology of North America
Winner of the 2012 James Mooney Award,
Southern Anthropological Society
Finalist for the 2012 Book Prize, Society for
the Anthropology of Work

One of Choices Outstanding Academic


Titles for 2013

When Experiments Travel


Clinical Trials and the Global
Search for Human Subjects
Adriana Petryna
2009. 272 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-12657-9

$37.50 | 28.95

Honorable Mention for the 2014 Diana


Forsythe Prize, American Anthropological
Association

Also by Adriana Petryna

Life Exposed
The Nuclear Borderlands
The Manhattan Project in
PostCold War New Mexico
Joseph Masco

2006. 448 pages. 54 halftones. 21 line illus.


Pa: 978-0-691-12077-5
$45.00 | 34.95

Winner of the 2014 J. I. Staley Prize, School


of Advanced Research

Biological Citizens after


Chernobyl
With a new introduction by
the author
2012. 304 pages. 2 halftones. 2 tables. 2 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-15166-3
$25.95 | 19.95

Co-Winner of the 2003 Sharon Stephens


First Book Award, American Ethnological
Society
Winner of the 2006 New Millennium Book
Award, Society for Medical Anthropology

In Amazonia

A Natural History
Hugh Raffles
2002. 320 pages. 23 halftones. 3 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-04885-7
$45.00 | 34.95

Co-Winner of the 2003 Victor Turner


Prize in Ethnographic Writing, Society for
Humanistic Anthropology
Honorable Mention, 2004 Sharon
Stephens First Book Award, American
Ethnological Society
One of Choices Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2003

4 science & technology | medical anthropology

Understanding Autism
Parents, Doctors, and the
History of a Disorder
Chloe Silverman

Bipolar Expeditions

Mania and Depression in


American Culture
Emily Martin

2013. 352 pages.


Pa: 978-0-691-15968-3
Cl: 978-0-691-15046-8

$27.95 | 19.95
$45.00 | 34.95

The Enculturated Gene


Sickle Cell Health Politics
and Biological Difference
in West Africa
Duana Fullwiley

2009. 400 pages. 19 halftones. 6 tables.


Pa: 978-0-691-14106-0
$35.00 | 24.95

Winner of the 2009 Diana Forsythe Prize,


American Anthropological Society

2011. 368 pages. 7 halftones. 1 line illus. 4 maps.


Pa: 978-0-691-12317-2
$45.00 | 34.95

Winner of the 2014 Robert B. Textor and


Family Prize for Excellence in Anticipatory
Anthropology, American Anthropological
Association
Winner of the 2011 Amaury Talbot
Prize for African Anthropology, Royal
Anthropological Institute

Scripting Addiction

The Politics of Therapeutic Talk


and American Sobriety
E. Summerson Carr
2010. 344 pages. 8 line illus. 1 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-14450-4
$37.50 | 28.95

Winner of the 2012 Edward Sapir Book


Prize, Society for Linguistic Anthropology

Addiction by Design

Machine Gambling in Las Vegas


Natasha Dow Schll
2014. 456 pages. 29 halftones.
Pa: 978-0-691-16088-7
$25.95 | 19.95

Winner of the 2013 Sharon Stephens First


Book Prize, American Ethnological Society
One of the Atlantics Best Books of 2013
Honorable Mention, 2013 Gregory Bateson
Prize, Society for Cultural Anthropology

The New Arab Man

Depression in Japan

Psychiatric Cures for a Society


in Distress
Junko Kitanaka
2011. 264 pages. 5 halftones. 1 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-14205-0
$32.50 | 24.95

Co-Winner of the 2013 Frances Hsu Prize,


Society for East Asian Anthropology

Emergent Masculinities,
Technologies, and Islam in the
Middle East
Marcia C. Inhorn
2012. 432 pages. 18 halftones. 16 tables
Pa: 978-0-691-14889-2
$45.00 | 34.95

Winner of the 2014 Journal of Middle East


Womens Studies Book Award, Association
for Middle East Womens Studies
A Choice 2012 Editors Pick
Shortlisted for the 2013 Foundation for
the Sociology of Health and Illness Book
Prize, British Sociological Association

The Empire of Trauma

An Inquiry into the Condition


of Victimhood
Didier Fassin &
Richard Rechtman
Translated by Rachel Gomme
2009. 320 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-13753-7

$35.00 | 24.95

Winner of the 2010 William A. Douglass


Prize in Europeanist Anthropology, Society
for the Anthropology of Europe

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New

The Management of Hate

New

Creativity Class

Art School and Culture Work in


Postsocialist China
Lily Chumley
Chumleys compelling and
iconoclastic approach effortlessly
weaves together ethnographic
insight, art criticism, and semiotic
analysis to produce a book unlike any Ive ever read. Equally
attentive to art practice, the
textures of selfhood, educational
bureaucracies, and social change,
Creativity Class not only offers a
thoroughly original portrait of life
in contemporary China, but also
sets a new standard for how to
study aesthetics and creativity in
the social world.
Keith M. Murphy, University of
California, Irvine
Drawing on years of fieldwork in
Chinas leading art academies and
art test prep schools, Chumley
combines ethnography and oral
history with analyses of contemporary avant-garde and
official art, popular media, and
propaganda. Examining the rise
of a Chinese artistic vanguard
and creative knowledge-based
economy, Creativity Class sheds
light on an important facet of
todays China.
2016. 252 pages. 25 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-16497-7
$35.00 | 24.95

Nation, Affect, and the


Governance of Right-Wing
Extremism in Germany
Nitzan Shoshan

In this startlingly original book,


Nitzan Shoshan argues that
violent, populist forms of nationalism are less an exception than an
inherent tendency of modernity
and that statecraft is increasingly
directed to managing it
especially in Europe after the Cold
War. Shoshans brilliant account
of this highly charged drama
offers disquieting insight into the
increasingly visceral, hate-filled
politics of our times.
Jean Comaroff, Harvard
University
Since German reunification in
1990, there has been widespread
concern about marginalized
young people who, faced with
bleak prospects for their future,
have embraced increasingly
violent forms of racist nationalism
that glorify the countrys Nazi
past. The Management of Hate,
Nitzan Shoshans riveting account
of the year and a half he spent
with these young right-wing
extremists in East Berlin, reveals
how they contest contemporary
notions of national identity and
defy the clichs that others use to
represent them.
2016. 320 pages. 6 halftones.
2 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-17196-8
$32.95 | 24.95
Cl: 978-0-691-17195-1
$80.00 | 59.95

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Forthcoming

For Love of the Prophet


An Ethnography of Sudans
Islamic State
Noah Salomon

Challenging received wisdom


about Muslim politics, Islam
and the public sphere, as well as
Islamisms relationship with Sufism
and Salafism, Noah Salomon
succeeds brilliantly in uncovering
the ways in which Islamist policies
have changed and shaped the
religious landscape of Sudan.
This innovative, inspiring, and
important book will have a strong
impact in the fields of Islamic
studies, Sudan studies, and the
anthropology of religion.
Rdiger Seesemann, University
of Bayreuth
Through careful ethnographic
analysis, Noah Salomon shows
how state interventions into
three key domains of modern
lifepolitics, aesthetics, and epistemologyrapidly became sites
of debate and controversy within
diverse Muslim publics. Salomon
investigates Sudan at a crucial
moment in its historybalanced
between unity and partition, secular and religious politics, peace
and warwhen Islamic actors
were questioning the variety of
Islamism under which they had
lived for nearly a generation.
November 2016. 245 pages. 16 halftones.
Pa: 978-0-691-16515-8
$29.95 | 22.95
Cl: 978-0-691-16514-1
$75.00 | 55.95

Religious Difference in a
Secular Age
A Minority Report
Saba Mahmood
2015. 248 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-15328-5
Cl: 978-0-691-15327-8

Also by Saba Mahmood

Politics of Piety

The Islamic Revival and the


Feminist Subject
With a new preface by
the author
2011. 272 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-14980-6

Meeting at Grand Central

$24.95 | 18.95
$80.00 | 59.95

$29.95 | 22.95

Winner of the 2005 Victoria Schuck Award,


American Political Science Association
Honorable Mention, 2005 Albert Hourani
Book Award, Middle East Studies
Association

Melancholia of Freedom
Social Life in an Indian
Township in South Africa
Thomas Blom Hansen

2012. 376 pages. 10 halftones. 2 maps.


Pa: 978-0-691-15296-7
$35.00 | 24.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15295-0
$92.50 | 68.95

Finalist for the 2013 Melville J. Herskovits


Award, African Studies Association

Everything Was Forever,


Until It Was No More
The Last Soviet Generation
Alexei Yurchak
In-formation
Paul Rabinow, Series Editor
2005. 352 pages. 15 halftones. 3 line illus.
4 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-12117-8
$39.95 | 29.95

Winner of the 2007 Wayne S. Vucinich


Book Prize, American Association for the
Advancement of Slavic Studies
Winner of the 2015 Prosvetitel
(Enlightener) Book Prize

Forthcoming Paperback

Ethical Life

Its Natural and Social Histories


Webb Keane
April 2017. 304 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-17626-0
Cl: 978-0-691-16773-2

$22.95 | 17.95
$29.95 | 22.95

Along the Archival Grain


Epistemic Anxieties and
Colonial Common Sense
Ann Laura Stoler

2009. 336 pages. 15 halftones. 4 line illus.


5 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-14636-2
$30.95 | 22.95

The Modern Spirit of Asia


The Spiritual and the Secular
in China and India
Peter van der Veer
2013. 296 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-12815-3

$25.95 | 19.95

One of Choices Outstanding Academic


Titles for 2014
Finalist, 2014 Award for Excellence in
Religion, Analytical-Descriptive Studies,
American Academy of Religion

Pogrom in Gujarat

Hindu Nationalism and AntiMuslim Violence in India


Parvis Ghassem-Fachandi
2012. 352 pages. 20 halftones.
Pa: 978-0-691-15177-9
$29.95 | 22.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15176-2
$90.00 | 66.95

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Understanding the Social and


Evolutionary Roots
of Cooperation
Lee Cronk & Beth L. Leech
2015. 264 pages. 7 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-16659-9
$22.95 | 17.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15495-4
$35.00 | 24.95

Island of Shame

The Secret History of the U.S.


Military Base on Diego Garcia
David Vine
With a new afterword by
the author
2011. 288 pages. 12 halftones. 1 table. 4 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-14983-7
$28.95 | 21.95

Because of Race

How Americans Debate Harm


and Opportunity in Our Schools
Mica Pollock
2010. 296 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-14809-0

$29.95 | 22.95

Mitzvah Girls

Bringing Up the Next


Generation of Hasidic Jews
in Brooklyn
Ayala Fader
2009. 280 pages. 8 halftones. 1 table.
Pa: 978-0-691-13917-3
$32.95 | 24.95

Winner of the 2009 National Jewish Book


Award in Womens Studies, Jewish Book
Council
Winner of the 2009 New York City Book
Award, New York Society Library
Highly Commended, 2010 Clifford Geertz
Prize in the Anthropology of Religion,
Society for the Anthropology of Religion

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New

On British Islam

Religion, Law, and Everyday


Practice in Sharia Councils
John R. Bowen
In On British Islam, John
Bowens careful work, informed
by anthropological insight and
a comparative perspective, puts
paid to oversimple stories of a
clash of civilizations. Bowen shows
how attempts by British Muslims
to reach convergence with the
wider society have varied, and
often successful, results, and how
these have been influenced by
cultural characteristics unique
to Britain versus other European
nations. This is essential reading
for anyone interested in issues of
social integration.
Charles Taylor, McGill University
2016. 288 pages. 4 halftones. 1 table.
Cl: 978-0-691-15854-9
$35.00 | 24.95

Also by John R. Bowen

Why the French Dont


Like Headscarves
Islam, the State, and
Public Space

2008. 304 pages. 6 halftones.


Pa: 978-0-691-13839-8
$29.95 | 22.95

Can Islam Be French?

Pluralism and Pragmatism


in a Secularist State
2011. 248 pages. 7 halftones.
Pa: 978-0-691-15249-3
$24.95 | 18.95

New

Righteous Transgressions
Womens Activism on the
Israeli and Palestinian
Religious Right
Lihi Ben Shitrit

This excellent and rigorously


researched book enhances our
understanding of Jewish and Muslim religious-political movements
and womens attendant roles in
ways that have remained largely
unaddressed until now.
Sara Roy, Harvard University
How do women in conservative
religious movements expand
spaces for political activism in
ways that go beyond their movements strict ideas about male
and female roles? How and why
does this activism happen in some
movements but not in others?
Righteous Transgressions examines
these questions by comparatively
studying four groups: the Jewish
settlers in the West Bank, the
ultra-Orthodox Shas, the Islamic
Movement in Israel, and the Palestinian Hamas. Lihi Ben Shitrit
demonstrates that womens
prioritization of a nationalist
agenda over a proselytizing one
shapes their activist involvement.
2015. 304 pages. 10 halftones. 4 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-16457-1
$22.95 | 17.95
Cl: 978-0-691-16456-4
$70.00 | 51.95

Forthcoming Paperback

Young Islam

The New Politics of Religion in


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Avi Max Spiegel
[E]legantly written. . . . Instead of
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perspectives. The author is conversant with sophisticated scholarly
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Leisurely Islam

Negotiating Geography and


Morality in Shiite South Beirut
Lara Deeb & Mona Harb
2013. 304 pages. 18 halftones. 5 maps.
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Winner of the 2014 British-Kuwait


Friendship Society Book Prize in Middle
Eastern Studies

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Soft Force

Women in Egypts Islamic


Awakening
Ellen Anne McLarney
This work . . . illuminates the
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Choice
2015. 336 pages. 8 halftones.
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The Sunni Tragedy in the


Middle East
Northern Lebanon from
al-Qaeda to ISIS
Bernard Rougier

Rougier masterfully guides readers deep into the complex terrain


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Foreign Affairs
2015. 288 pages. 1 line illus. 5 maps.
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Of Sand or Soil

Genealogy and Tribal


Belonging in Saudi Arabia
Nadav Samin
Nadav Samin offers the most
in-depth and serious work on the
politics of history and identity in
Saudi Arabia, perhaps the most
opaque country in the Arab world.
Bernard Haykel, Princeton
University
2015. 304 pages. 15 halftones. 1 map.
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Being German,
Becoming Muslim

Race, Religion, and Conversion


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Esra zyrek
2014. 192 pages.
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The Politics of Womens


Rights in Iran
Arzoo Osanloo

Muslim Nationalism and


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Jenny White
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Muslim Lives in Eastern


Europe
Gender, Ethnicity, and the
Transformation of Islam in
Postsocialist Bulgaria
Kristen Ghodsee

2009. 272 pages. 25 halftones. 2 tables.


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Winner of the 2011 John D. Bell Memorial


Book Prize, Bulgarian Studies Association
Winner of the 2011 Davis Center Book
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Association for Slavic, East European, and
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Winner of the 2011 William A. Douglass
Prize in Europeanist Anthropology, Society
for the Anthropology of Europe, American
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2009. 280 pages. 1 line illus.


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Religion, Race, and the Early


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Mona Hassan

A significant achievement, this


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Stefan Winter
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first sweeping study of the Alawis
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war must read this exciting and
magisterial survey.
Joshua Landis, University of
Oklahoma
The Alawis, or Alawites, are a
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northern Syria, Lebanon, and
southern Turkey, best known
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Syria. In this book, Stefan Winter
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Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab
Middle East
As the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
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territorial dividing line that will
satisfy both Israeli and Palestinian nationalist demands. The
prevailing view assumes that this
struggle is nothing more than a
dispute over real estate. Defining
Neighbors boldly challenges this
view, shedding new light on how
Zionists and Arabs understood
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suggesting that the current singular focus on boundaries misses key
elements of the conflict.
Jews, Christians, and Muslims from the Ancient
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Michael Cook, William Chester Jordan, and
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William B. Helmreich

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Three Case Studies of the


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Revelatory Events is Taves at
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experiential, and social substrates
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Donald S. Lopez, Jr.
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Albert J. Raboteau
Albert Raboteau has written a
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Albert Raboteau is the legendary
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Javier Auyero &
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Philippe Bourgois, author of
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Madness in Civilization

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Andrew Scull
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Joanna Bourke, Wall Street
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Lydia Bean
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