New Open Access Issue of The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology (Vol. 40, Issue 2)

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Dear Colleague,

 

The latest Open Access issue of The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology has published! This special issue focuses on public servants' affective and emotional entanglements in the making of the state.

 

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Volume 40, Issue 2

States of Feeling: Public Servants’ Affective and Emotional Entanglements in the Making of the State

Guest Editors: Sophie Andreetta, Luisa Enria, Pauline Jarroux and Susanne Verheul

 

Editorial

Andrew Sanchez

https://bit.ly/3DWeQCa

 

Introduction

States of Feeling: Public Servants’ Affective and Emotional Entanglements in the Making of the State

Sophie Andreetta, Luisa Enria, Pauline Jarroux, and Susanne Verheul

https://bit.ly/3dMjic5

 

Articles

A State of Relief: Feelings, Affect and Emotions in Instantiating the Malawi State in Disaster Relief

Tanja D. Hendriks

https://bit.ly/3UI9iBm

 

Granting ‘Human Dignity’: How Emotions and Professional Ethos Make Public Services

Sophie Andreetta

https://bit.ly/3RghQfY

 

Reaching ‘the Vulnerable’ by Working from the Heart?: Community Case Workers in Zimbabwe

Saana Hansen

https://bit.ly/3RhmGcE

 

Fear at Work: Bureaucratic and Affective Encounters between Primary School Teachers and Their ‘Chiefs’ in Postcolonial Benin

Pauline Jarroux

https://bit.ly/3SiU3NH

 

Seeing Fidel in the Sky: Unruly Affects in the Making of the State in Rural Cuba

Marie Aureille

https://bit.ly/3xZ3aed

 

The 2020 Marilyn Strathern Lecture

Bequeathing a World: Ecological Inheritance, Generational Conflict, and Dispossession

Kath Weston

https://bit.ly/3CgmS80

 

Research Article

Christian Modernisation in Amazonia: Emerging Materialism in Shuar Evangelicals’ Healing Practices

Christian Tym

https://bit.ly/3SE1oas

 

Book Reviews

Rune Steenberg and Raphael Deberdt

https://bit.ly/3rbWEgr

 

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