Volume 119, Number 4 (December 2017)

From the Editor
The Afterlives of Disasters
Deborah A. Thomas, Editor-in-Chief

Research Articles
“The Campesino Was Born for the Campo”: A Multispecies Approach to Territorial Peace in Colombia
Angela J. Lederach

“Tangled Up in These Conceptualities”: Sanction, Protest, and Ideology in Berlin, Germany
Kenneth McGill

Visualization and Movement as Configurations of Human-Nonhuman Engagements: Precolonial Geometric Earthwork Landscapes of the Upper Purus, Brazil
Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen and Sanna Saunaluoma

Imperial Expansion and Local Agency: A Case Study of Labor Organization under Inca Rule
Francisco Garrido and Diego Salazar

Steering Clear of the Dead: Avoiding Ancestors in the Moquegua Valley, Peru
Nicola Sharratt

“Milk Has Gone”: Dietary Change and Human Adaptability in Karamoja, Uganda
Sandra Gray and Mary B. Sundal

Reframing the Boundaries of Indigeneity: State-Based Ontologies and Assertions of Distinction and Compatibility in Thailand
Micah F. Morton

Transposing Brazilian Carnival: Religion, Cultural Heritage, and Secularism in Rio de Janeiro
Martijn Oosterbaan

Signaling Safety: Characterizing Fieldwork Experiences and Their Implications for Career Trajectories
Robin G. Nelson, Julienne N. Rutherford, Katie Hinde, and Kathryn B. H. Clancy

World Anthropologies
Foreword
Anthropologies of Tourism: What’s in a Name?
Noel B. Salazar 

Essays
Development, Power, and Exclusionary Politics: Tracing Articulations of Scale in Tourism Production in Mexico
Ángeles A. López Santillán

Domesticating Tourism Anthropology in China
Yujie Zhu, Lu Jin, and Nelson H. Graburn

Otherness Anthropologies: Toward Ibero-American Anthropologies of Tourism
Claudio Milano

Commentaries
On the Production of Knowledge and the Anthropology of Tourism
Jasmin Habib

Anthropologies of Tourism: A Project Toward a Global Anthropology
Shinji Yamashita

Multimodal Anthropologies
Essay
Drawing as Radical Multimodality: Salvaging Patrick Geddes’s Material Methodology
Rachel Hurdley, Mike Biddulph, Vincent Backhaus, Tara Hipwood, and Rumana Hossain

Film Reviews (reviewer in parentheses)
Aldarondo (dir.): Memories of a Penitent Heart (Hayes)
Kusters (dir.): Ishaare. Gestures and Signs in Mumbai (Raheja)
Suhr (dir.): Descending with Angels (Kashani)

Book Reviews
Review Essay
The Work of the Dead: A Cultural History of Mortal Remains
Andrew B. Kipnis 

Single Reviews (reviewer in parentheses)
Anjaria: The Slow Boil: Street Food, Rights, and Public Space in Mumbai (Morales)
Bovensiepen: The Land of Gold: Post-Conflict Recovery and Cultural Revival in Independent Timor-Leste (Tusinski)
Cambell: Conjuring Property: Speculation and Environmental Futures in the Brazilian Amazon (Scanlan Lyons)
Deomampo: Transnational Reproduction: Race, Kinship, and Commercial Surrogacy in India (Singh)
Dowd and Milbrath: Cosmology, Calendars, and Horizon-Based Astronomy in Ancient Mesoamerica (Aldana)
Hedican: Public Anthropology: Engaging Social Issues in the Modern World (Haugerud)
Iannone, Houk, and Schwake: Ritual, Violence, and the Fall of the Classic Maya Kings (Hammond)
Kirch: Unearthing the Polynesian Past: Explorations and Adventures of an Island Archaeologist (Barber)
Marken and Fitzsimmons: Classic Maya Polities of the Southern Lowlands: Integration, Interaction, Dissolution (Kurnick)
Montgomery-Anderson: Cherokee Reference Grammar (Bender)
Pietilä: Contracts, Patronage and Mediation: The Articulation of Global and Local in the South African Recording Industry (Scales)
Roth: Agricultural Beginnings in the American Southwest (Killion)
Van Dyke and Bernbeck: Subjects and Narratives in Archaeology (Baires)
Walker: Perspectives on the Ancient Maya of Chetumal Bay (Houk)

Obituaries
Roy Goodwin D’Andrade (1931–2016)
T. M. Luhrmann

Sandra Lynn Morgen (1950–2016)
Louise Lamphere, Jennifer Erickson, and Lynn Stephen

Anthony F. C. Wallace (1923–2015)
Regna Darnell

ON THE COVER: Under a torrential rainstorm, more than one thousand campesinos from the Alta Montaña marched for peace in El Carmen de Bolívar on October 19, 2016. The banner held in this photo reads: “For a Colombia in peace, the Mountain moves” (Por una Colombia en paz, la Montaña se mueve). (Photograph courtesy of Elmer Arrieta Herrera, youth documenter of the Peaceful Process)

 

Past Issues

Volume 119, Issue 1 (March 2017)
Volume 119, Issue 2 (June 2017)
Volume 119, Issue 3 (September 2017)