Comparative Studies in Society and History (CSSH) 60 (2018), 2

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Comparative Studies in Society and History (CSSH) 60 (2018), 2
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Ann Arbor, MI 2018: Cambridge University Press
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Comparative Studies in Society and History (CSSH) is an international forum for new research and interpretation concerning problems of recurrent patterning and change in human societies through time and in the contemporary world. CSSH sets up a working alliance among specialists in all branches of the social sciences and humanities as a way of bringing together multidisciplinary research, cultural studies, and theory, especially in anthropology, history, political science, and sociology. Review articles and discussion bring readers in touch with current findings and issues.

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Editorial Foreword

Editorial Foreword
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 60 / Issue 2, April 2018, pp 237 – 240
doi: 10.1017/S0010417518000038 Published Online on 27 March 2018

Slow Violence

Obvious but Invisible: Ways of Knowing Health, Environment, and Colonialism in a West Coast Indigenous Community
Paige Raibmon
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 60 / Issue 2, April 2018, pp 241 – 273
doi: 10.1017/S001041751800004X Published Online on 27 March 2018

From Locke to Slots: Money and the Politics of Indigeneity
Jessica R. Cattelino
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 60 / Issue 2, April 2018, pp 274 – 307
doi: 10.1017/S0010417518000051 Published Online on 27 March 2018

Indigenous Conflict in Bolivia Explored through an African Lens: Towards a Comparative Analysis of Indigeneity
Andrew Canessa
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 60 / Issue 2, April 2018, pp 308 – 337
doi: 10.1017/S0010417518000063 Published Online on 27 March 2018

Legal Anomaly

“No country but the ocean”: Reading International Law from the Deck of an Indian Ocean Dhow, ca. 1900
Fahad Ahmad Bishara
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 60 / Issue 2, April 2018, pp 338 – 366
doi: 10.1017/S0010417518000075 Published Online on 27 March 2018

“A mass of anomalies”: Land, Law, and Sovereignty in an Indian Company Town
Mircea Raianu
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 60 / Issue 2, April 2018, pp 367 – 389
doi: 10.1017/S0010417518000087 Published Online on 27 March 2018

The Gender Politics of Confucian Family Law: Contracts, Credit, and Creole Chinese Bilateral Kinship in Dutch Colonial Java (1850s–1900)
Guo-Quan Seng
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 60 / Issue 2, April 2018, pp 390 – 414
doi: 10.1017/S0010417518000099 Published Online on 27 March 2018

Egyptian Vernacular

Domestic Sovereignty, A‘yan Developmentalism, and Global Microhistory in Modern Egypt
Adam Mestyan
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 60 / Issue 2, April 2018, pp 415 – 445
doi: 10.1017/S0010417518000105 Published Online on 27 March 2018

“The Shari‘a must go”: Seduction, Moral Injury, and Religious Freedom in Egypt's Liberal Age
Jeffrey Culang
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 60 / Issue 2, April 2018, pp 446 – 475
doi: 10.1017/S0010417518000117 Published Online on 27 March 2018

Building “Community” and Markets in Contemporary Cairo
Sarah El-Kazaz
Comparative Studies in Society and History, Volume 60 / Issue 2, April 2018, pp 476 – 505
doi: 10.1017/S0010417518000129 Published Online on 27 March 2018

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