In the Queue

Would you like to know what’s forthcoming in CSSH? Look no further:

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KATE BOEHME, PETER MITCHELL, and ALAN LESTER
Reforming Everywhere and All at Once: Transitioning to Free Labor across the British Empire, 1837–1838

DANIELLA MARÍA GANDOLFO
Lumpen Politics? A Day in “El Hueco”

DANIEL MAGAZINER
The Foundation: Design, Time, and Possibility in 1960s Nairobi

GRAHAM DENYER WILLIS
The Potter’s Field

STUART STRANGE
“It’s your family that kills you”: Responsibility, Evidence, and Misfortune in the Making of Ndyuka History

GERARDO SERRA
“Hail the census night”: Trust and Political Imagination in the 1960 Population Census of Ghana

MARK COHEN
Reforming States, Agricultural Transformation, and Economic Development in Russia and Japan, 1853–1913

LESLIE JAMES
The Flying Newspapermen and the Time-Space of Late Colonial Nigeria

LEO COLEMAN
Building Scotland, Building Solidarity: A Scottish Architect’s Knowledge of Nation

MICHAŁ MURAWSKI
Actually-Existing Success: Economics, Aesthetics and the Specificity of (Still-)Socialist Urbanism

JOHN EICHER
Rustic Reich: The Local Meanings of (trans)National Socialism among Paraguay’s Mennonite Colonies

NIKO BESNIER, DANIEL GUINNESS, MARK HANN, and UROŠ KOVAČ
Rethinking Masculinity in the Neoliberal Order: Cameroonian Footballers, Fijian Rugby Players, and Senegalese Wrestlers

EMILY LAXER
“We are all republicans”: Party Articulation and the Production of Nationhood in France’s Face Veil Debate

KIMBERLY A. ARKIN
Historicity, Peoplehood, and Politics: Holocaust Talk in Twenty-First-Century France

ANDREW BICKFORD
From Idiophylaxis to Inner Armor: Imagining the Self-Armoring Soldier in the United States Military from the 1960s to Today

JEAN-PHILIPPE DEDIEU and AΪSSATOU MBODJ-POUYE
The Fabric of Political Transnationalism: “Revolution Afrique” and Black African Activism in France in the 1970s

SHEETAL CHHABRIA
The Aboriginal Alibi: Governing Dispossession in Colonial Bombay

RICHARD LACHMANN
What Empires Can and Can’t Do

JONATHAN BRACK
Theologies of Auspicious Kingship: The Islamization of Chinggisid Sacral Kingship in the Islamic World

STEPHAN PALMIÉ
When Is a Thing? Transduction and Immediacy in Afro-Cuban Ritual; Or, ANT in Matanzas, Cuba, Summer of 1948