Kudos

Bjørn Thomassen (CSSH 53-4, 2012, “Notes towards an Anthropology of Political Revolutions“) has coauthored a new book (with Rosario Forlenza), Italian Modernities: Competing Narratives of Nationhood (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016). The press website describes the book as follows: This book argues that Italy represents a privileged entry point into the comparative analysis of ideologies and experiences…

Volume 59, #1 // January, 2017

Archive/Materials CAROLE McGRANAHAN   Imperial but Not Colonial: Archival Truths, British India, and the Case of the “Naughty” Tibetans ANDREA MUEHLEBACH   The Body of Solidarity: Heritage, Memory, and Materiality in Post-Industrial Italy Breaking Frame LUCIA CARMINATI   Alexandria, 1898: Nodes, Networks, and Scales in Nineteenth-Century Egypt and the Mediterranean RIHAN YEY   Visas, Jokes,…

Volume 58, #4 // October, 2016

Editorial Foreword
It was only two decades ago that scholars across multiple disciplines announced the demise of the nation-state, both empirically as the central institutional channel of power, and heuristically as an indispensable social science variable.s ago that scholars across multiple disciplines announced the demise of the nation-state, both empirically as the central institutional channel of power, and heuristically as an indispensable social science variable.