Producing and Transgressing the Family: Intimate Technologies, State Surveillance, and China’s Uyghurs.
Czechs and Slovaks in Svalbard: Entangled Modes of Mobility, Place, and Identity.
Zdenka Sokolíčková and Eliška Soukupová
From Antagonism to Adaptation: Catholicism and Modernity in Early Republican Brazil (1889–1930).
Break Time Exchanges: Social Construction of “Resting” Spaces Among the Vietnamese-Czech Community in Sapa, in Prague.
Who Killed New York City?: Imagination, Authenticity, and Violence in City Souvenirs.
Ryan Christopher Jones
Chris Hann and Jonathan Parry (eds.), Industrial Labor on the Margins of Capitalism: Precarity, Class, and the Neoliberal Subject.
Nili Belkind, Music in Conflict: Palestine, Israel, and the Politics of Aesthetic Production.
Fabian Holt, Everyone Loves Live Music: A Theory of Performance Institutions.
Language Editor: Scott Alexander Jones