Volume 119, Number 2 (June 2017)

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From the Editor
The Status of the Social Fact
Deborah A. Thomas, Editor-in-Chief           

Research Articles
Temporal Patterns of Mexican Migrant Genetic Ancestry: Implications for Identification
Cris E. Hughes, Bridget F. B. Algee-Hewitt, Robin Reineke, Elizabeth Clausing, and Bruce E. Anderson

Uncertain Futures: The Unfinished Houses of Undocumented Migrants in Oaxaca, Mexico
Iván Sandoval-Cervantes

Una Gabacha Sinvergüenza (A Shameless White-Trash Woman): Moral Mobility and Interdiscursivity in a Mexican Migrant Community
Hilary Parsons Dick

Corporeal Congregations and Asynchronous Lives: Unpacking the Pews at Spring Street
Shannon A. Novak

Histories of a Burnt House: An Archaeology of Negative Spaces and Dispossession
Dante Angelo

Subjects of Debt: Financial Subjectification and Collaborative Risk in Malaysian Islamic Finance
Daromir Rudnyckyj

The Year in Review
Anthropological Archaeology in 2016: Cooperation and Collaborations in Archaeological Research and Practice
Christina T. Halperin

Reimaging Process in 2016: Deliberations on a Year of Integrative Slow Science in Biological Anthropology
Robin G. Nelson

Sociocultural Anthropology in 2016: In Dark Times: Hauntologies and Other Ghosts of Production
Lucia E. Cantero

Linguistic Anthropology in 2016: Now What?
Shalini Shankar

World Anthropologies
Anthropology and the South-South Encounter: On “Culture” in Brazil-Africa Relations
Letícia Cesarino

An Ecumenical Anthropology
João de Pina-Cabral

International Development Aid and the Production of Anthropological Knowledge: Comparing Israeli and Brazilian Experiences in Africa
Pnina Motzafi-Haller

How Close is Brazil to Africa?
Ruben George Oliven

The “South” at Large
Nasser Fakouhi

Two Interviews by Vinicius Kauê Ferreira: Chandana Mathur (National University of Ireland, Maynooth) and Soumendra Patnaik (University of Delhi)
Vinicius Kauê Ferreira, Chandana Mathur, and Soumendra Patnaik

Multimodal Anthropologies
Heartened By Iconoclasm: A Few Preliminary Thoughts About Multimodality
Richard Powis

Tainted Frictions: A Visual Essay
Paolo Favero

Book Review (reviewer in parentheses)
Thompson: Shine: The Visual Economy of Light in African Diasporic Aesthetic Practice (Snyder Berger)

Film Review (reviewer in parentheses)
Wilking (dir.): Let There Be Light (Mladic Janney)

Book Reviews
Single Reviews (reviewer in parentheses)
Biddle: Remote Avant-Garde: Aboriginal Art under Occupation (Henry)
Billé: Sinophobia: Anxiety, Violence, and the Making of Mongolian Identity (Finke)
Bronwen Horton: They Leave Their Kidneys in the Fields: Illness, Injury, and Illegality among US Farmworkers (Kline)
Cipolla and Hayes: Rethinking Colonialism: Comparative Archaeological Approaches (Gallivan)
Coburn: Losing Afghanistan: An Obituary for the Intervention (Edwards)
Drennan, Berrey, and Peterson: Regional Settlement Demography in Archaeology (Conolly)
Gomberg-Muñoz: Becoming Legal: Immigration Law and Mixed-Status Families (Fouratt)
Hinojosa: In This Body: Kaqchikel Maya and the Grounding of Spirit (Maxwell)
Liu: Gendered Words: Sentiments and Expression in Changing Rural China (Yang)
Meltzer: The Great Paleolithic War: How Science Forged an Understanding of America’s Ice Age Past (Adovasio)
Morreira: Rights After Wrongs: Local Knowledge and Human Rights in Zimbabwe (Doughty)
Pardue: Cape Verde, Let’s Go: Creole Rappers and Citizenship in Portugal (Cidra)
Richards: Ebola: How a People’s Science Helped End an Epidemic (Jost Robinson)
Ristvet: Ritual, Performance, and Politics in the Ancient Near East (Feldman)
Seligman, Wasserfall, and Montgomery: Living with Difference: How to Build Community in a Divided World (Kozaitis)
Weiss: Real Pigs: Shifting Values in the Field of Local Pork (Cavanaugh)

Paul William Friedrich (1927–2016)
Michael Silverstein

Douglas W. Schwartz (1929–2016)
David E. Stuart