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HAU, JOURNAL OF ETHNOGRAPHIC THEORY
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HAU. Volume Two. Issue 1.
542 pages. Twenty-four manuscripts. Thirty-four contributors.
A treat before the summer.
With contributions by Magnus Course, Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, Jeanne
Michael Uzendoski, Martin Holbraad, Sarah Green, Marshall Sahlins, Magnus
Fernando Santos-Granero, Carole McGranahan, James Leach, Philip Swift,
Aya Ikegame, Wang Mingming, Daniel Miller, Amita Baviskar, Don Brenneis,
Kim and Mike Fortun, Alex Golub, Christopher Kelty, Martha Macintyre,
Atsuro Morita, Carlo
Severi, Theodoros Kyriakides, Soumhya Venkatesan, Marcio Goldman, Philippe
Julian Pitt-Rivers, Edwin Ardener, Roy Wagner.
Supported by HAU-N.E.T., a network of research centres and anthropology
sponsoring and collaborating with the journal and the two connected book
series. Growing each
month and now including Amsterdam (NL), Canterbury (NZ), Centre d’Études
CNRS (France), Cornell University (US), Manchester University and JRLUM
Library (UK), Norwegian
Museum of Cultural History (NO), University of Oslo (NO), University of
Sydney (AU). Funded by
the Pitt-Rivers Video Project (Cambridge) and the Sutasoma Trust.
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