The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Islam and Masculinity; Hijacking the Human; Sentimental States; Inequality in Piketty
CSSH celebrates new books by Miles Larmer and Jon Piccini.
For more nuanced analysis of Afghan society, politics, and culture than you will find in the news, please explore CSSH’s collection of essays exploring Afghanistan in transregional, diversely historical contexts.
CSSH celebrates the essays of Jack Goody Award winner David Mosse and Honorable Mention recipient Amy Chazkel.
Meet the authors of the 63-3 issue, July 2021.
Congratulations to CSSH authors Rebecca Bryant, Malini Sur, and Melissa Demian for their new books!
In this companion essay to his recent CSSH article, “Burying “Zik of Africa”: The Politics of Death and Cultural Crisis,” Wale Adebanwi discusses the insights revealed by returning as an anthropologist to events first explored as a journalist.
Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky and Mathijs Pelkmans discuss questions of sincerity, rumor, and religious hierarchy at the frontiers of Muslim-Christian conversion in late imperial Russia and contemporary Kyrgyzstan.
CSSH joins all of Anthropology in mourning the loss of Marshall Sahlins (1930-2021). He wrote one of our mostly widely cited articles, “Poor Man, Rich Man, Big-man, Chief: Political Types in Melanesia and Polynesia,” which we are making available gratis in his memory. He was a big man and a chief among CSSH authors. We…
This month, CSSH celebrates the recent accomplishments of our editors, Geneviève Zubrzycki and Paul Christopher Johnson!
The essays in this issue are grouped under the following rubrics: Empire and Ethnicity; Subterranean Politics: Soil and Coal; Tea Leaves; and Embodied Reading.