Message posted on 23/01/2023

New Issue of JASO

The editors are please to announce the publication of the latest issue of JASO the Oxford anthropology journal

We would remind readers that this is an entirely open-access publication with no fees. As well as being open to submissions for individual articles we would welcome proposals for special issues with guest editors.

The editorial address

*Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Online*

*ISSN: 2040-1876 New Series, Volume XIV (2022)*

available as aWord file

3 (Word version

1.*Christopher Morton*,Dwelling practices and the reproduction of
marginality among the Mbanderu of Ngamiland, Botswana
5-30 (Word version

2.*David Zeitlyn*,Arguments for humility: lessons for anthropologists
from six texts
31-46 (Word version

3.*Marcus Banks*,Good morning! Memes and the visual economy of images in
contemporary India
47-62 (Word version

4.*Howard Morphy, Marcus Banks and R.H. Barnes*,Fear and anthropology: a
view from 1995
63-83 (Word version

Anthropology in translation (JASO occasional series)
Editors’ introduction
84 (Word version

5. *Ismaël Moya (translated by David Zeitlyn)*,An aesthetics of
norm-adherence: discourse and power in matrimonial and maraboutic
relationships in Dakar
85-100 (Word version

6.*Felix Rolt*, Reflections on modern sovereigns. Review Essay: Joseph
Tonda./The modern sovereign: the body of power in Central Africa/,
trans. Chris Turner. London: Seagull Books 2021, ISBN 9780857426888
101-105 (Word version

*Book reviews*

*Lilia Moritz Schwarcz*./Brazilian authoritarianism: past and
present/. Princeton: Princeton University Press 2022, 328 p. ISBN
9780691210919, reviewed by Sebastian Antoine
106-107 (Word version

*Eve Darian-Smith*./Global burning: rising antidemocracy and the climate
crisis/. Stanford: Stanford University Press 2022, 230 p. ISBN
9781503631083, reviewed by Elaine (Yiling) Hu
, 108-109
(Word version

*Pascal Ménoret*./Graveyard of clerics: everyday activism in Saudi
Arabia/. Stanford: Stanford University Press 2020, 264 p. ISBN
9781503612464, reviewed by Frederike Brockhoven
110-112 (Word version

*Sonia Ahsan-Tirmizi*./Pious peripheries: runaway women in post-Taliban
Afghanistan/. Stanford: Stanford University Press 2021, 256 p. ISBV
9781503614710, reviewed by Juliette Foulon
113-115 (Word version

*Leah Zani*./Strike patterns: notes from postwar Laos/. Stanford:
Stanford University Press, 2022, 208 p. ISBN 9781503611733, reviewed by
Luise Eder
116-117 (Word version

*Aparecida Vilaça*./Paletó and me: memories of my indigenous father/,
trans. David Rodgers. Stanford: Stanford University Press 2021, 232 p.
ISBN 9781503629332, reviewed by Niklas Hartmann
118-120 (Word version

*Sophie Chao*./In the shadow of the palms: more-than-human becomings
in West Papua/. Durham: Duke University Press 2022, 336 p. ISBN
9781478018247, reviewed by Sebastian Antoine
121-123 (Word version

davidz for the editors

Professor David Zeitlyn ORCID: 0000-0001-5853-7351

Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology (ISCA), University of Oxford, 51 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PF, UK.

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