The following books are available for review in JASO online at the time of writing:
1. Gretchen Bakke and Marina Peterson (eds.), Anthropology of the arts: a reader, London and New York: Bloomsbury 2017, xii, 384 pp. ISBN 978-1-4725-8592-9
2. Anton Blok, Radical innovators: the blessings of adversity in science and the arts, 1500-2000, Cambridge UK and Malden MA 2017, x, 235 pp.
3. Daniel L. Everett, Dark matter of the mind: the culturally articulated unconscious, Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press 2016, xvi, 378 pp. ISBN 978-0-226-07076-6
4. Mark Flandreau, Anthropologists in the stock exchange: a financial history of Victorian science, Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press 2016, xix, 421 pp. ISBN 9780226360447.
5. Jeltje Gordon-Lennox, Crafting Secular Ritual: A Practical Guide. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2016, 176pp. ISBN: 9781785920882
6. Jane I. Guyer, Legacies, logics, logistics: essays in the anthropology of the platform economy, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press 2016, xii, 312 pp. ISBN 9780226326870.
7. David Lipset and Eric K. Silverman (eds.), Mortuary dialogues: death ritual and the reproduction of moral community in Pacific modernities, New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books 2016, xviii, 244 pp. ISBN 9781785331718.
8. Lucien Scubla, Giving life, giving death: psychoanalysis, anthropology, philosophy, East Lansing: Michigan State University Press 2016, xiv, 367 pp. ISBN 9781611862089.
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Robert Parkin, Editor