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The Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Tulane University
STRUCTURAL VULNERABILITY AND HEALTH RISKS OF MARGINALIZED/ INVISIBLE SOCIAL GROUPS
SOCIETY FOR THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION BOARD MEETING
AAA SECTION ASSEMBLY MEETING
REVOLUTION TALKS: ETHNOGRAPHIC EXPLORATIONS OF A POLYSEMIC TERM
RITUAL AND THE EVIDENTIARY WISDOM OF ACCIDENT
BUSINESS MEETING - SAR
DISCOVERING ANCIENT POLITICAL EVIDENCE: A PRAGMATIC LOOK AT CLASSIC MAYA REGAL PALACES AS POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS
WAITING: ANTICIPATORY TEMPORALITIES OR THE PRODUCTION OF POSSIBLE FUTURES
Classic and Preclassic Regal Palaces in the Holmul Region. a Review of Archaeological Evidence and Historico-Processual Contexts
The Adoption and Development of a Political Institution at the Classic Maya Center of La Corona
Were There Regal Palaces in the Copan Polity?: A Review of the Evidence from Copan and Its Secondary Centers
Epigraphic, Iconographic, and Ethnohistoric Approaches to Classic Maya Regal Palaces
“Sitting until Your Pants Wear out”: Immobility and Migratory Futures in Niger
Reconstructing Elusive Events at Fort San Juan
Diglossia in the Ancient Maya Hieroglyphic Texts
The Double-Life of Gold in an Already Financialized World
When Biomedical Technology Reminds Political Surveillance: The Romanian Cervical Cancer ‘Epidemic’
Technologic Variability and Economic Activity: Biface Technology Among the Classic Period Maya of Western Belize
No Evidence, No Accident? Gun Violence and Injury Narratives in New Orleans
Propaganda As Evidence; Political Unrest in Brazil
“I Am Not Your Father”: Malleability, Relativity, and Deviance in Colonial Guatemalan Kin Relations
Estrangment and Reconnection in a Vietnamese American Community
Latinx Foodways in New Orleans: Exploring Notions of Resistance, Vulnerability and Integration
From Scattered Spectators to Networked Militants: Paths of Mexico City's Young Activists Under State Repression
Rural Haitian Youth Narrate a Dialectic: Life As It Is and Visions of the Good Life
Jellyfish: "No! We Don't Eat Them."
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