Reading: April 11, 2016

Proshant Chakraborty, The Anthropologist as a Curious Subaltern?

Nagihan Haliloǧlu, Letter from Balat

Marian Ansah, CHRAJ to Probe ‘Violence’ Against Ghanaian Employees

Valerie Nies, How to Throw Like a Girl

Kuffir, The Nauseating Language Politics of the Indian State

Dilip Mandal, Making Sense of the Patel Agitation

Akhil Kang, Ambedkar Helped Me Embrace the ‘Emotional’ within the Rational

Akhil Kang, Casteless-ness in the Name of Caste

Moulee, ‘Safe’ Queer Spaces

Nomboniso Gasa, How Hani Brought Politics to Villagers

Léopold Lambert, The Impossibility of Innocence

Martin Manalansan, The Messy Itineraries of Queerness

V. Naa Takia, I Should Stop Writing

Owaahh, Why Kenyan Banks Fail

Jonathan R. Cole, The Pillaging of America’s State Universities

Jillian Berman, Why Big State Colleges are Increasingly Dominated by Wealthy Students

Julie Enszer, An Eviction

Embau Moheni, Remembering Basil Davis


Danai S. Mupotsa with Lennon Mhishi, “This Little Rage of Poetry / Researching Gender and Sexuality,” Feminist Africa 11

Margaret Lock, “Displacing Suffering: The Reconstruction of Death in North America and Japan,” Daedalus (Winter 1996)