[CA] China and Tibet Highlights in Cultural Anthropology
A free, virtual issue of Cultural Anthropology focused on China and Tibet is now available, composed of 5 essays on the region published over the last few years.
Cultural Anthropology is the journal of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, a section of the American Anthropological Association.
Access essays in the virtual issue here:
Fluid Labor and Blood Money: The Economy of HIV/AIDS in Rural Central China
Truth, Fear, and Lies: Exile Politics and Arrested Histories of the Tibetan Resistance
Biopolitical Beijing: Pleasure, Sovereignty, and Self-Cultivation in China's Capital
JUDITH FARQUHAR AND QICHENG ZHANG
Subsumption or Consumption? The Phantom of Consumer Revolution in "Globalizing"
Authorizing a Disability Agency in Post-Mao China: Deng Pufang's Story as Biomythography
Supplemental material for each essay is available on the journal website:
Virtual Issue: China and Tibet
Other Cultural Anthropology essays focused on China and Tibet are listed here:
Area: China and Tibet
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