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New Series, Volume VI, no. 2 (2014)
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ISSN: 2040-1876 New Series, Volume VI, no. 2 (2014)



CONTENTS

Lubna Tarabey, Divorce as a lived experience among the Lebanese Druze: a study of court records and proceedings,  117-137

Michaela Peykovska, The rise of indigenous rights: a critical re-examination of various policies and their implications for the Swedish Sámi, 138-158

John Christopher Foster, Arakabu and the Arakawa Mountain Kami, 159-187

Aoife Duff, Bidirectional interactions between HIV/AIDS and Indian culture, 188-212

David Zeitlyn, Lévy-Bruhl and ontological déjà vu: an appendix to Vigh and Sausdal, 213-217

Book reviews
Manduhai Buyandelger, Tragic spirits: shamanism, memory, and gender in contemporary Mongolia (Katherine Swancutt) 218-220

Mytte Fentz, The Kalasha: mountain people of the Hindukush (Ammara Maqsood), 221-222

David Gellner (ed.), Borderland lives in northern South Asia (Jelle J.P. Wouters), 223-226

Douglas R. Holmes, Economy of words: communicative imperatives in central banks (Davide Ugolini), 226-229

Eduardo Kohn, How forests think: toward an anthropology beyond the human (Lewis Daly), 229-233

Gideon M. Kressel, Sasson Bar-Zvi and 'Aref Abu-Rabi'a, The charm of graves: perceptions of death and after-death among the Negev Bedouin (Emilie Le Febvre), 233-235

Lilith Mahmud, The brotherhood of Freemason sisters: gender, secrecy and fraternity in Italian Masonic lodges (Ryan Foley), 235-239

Philip M. Peek, Twins in African and diaspora cultures: double trouble, twice blessed (Ian Fowler), 239-245

Colin Samson, A world you so not know: settler societies, indigenous peoples and the attack on cultural diversity (Miriam Driessen), 245-246

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CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME VI(2), 2014

Lewis Daly is a research student in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.

Miriam Driessen is a research student in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.

Aoife Duff is a recent graduate of the Institute of Human Science, University of Oxford.

Ryan Foley is a research student in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.

John Christopher Foster is a Lecturer in English at Kagoshima University, Japan.

Ian Fowler has been conducting research in Cameroon since the 1970s, especially in the chiefdom of Babungo.

Emilie Le Febvre is a research student in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.

Ammara Maqsood is an ESRC Future Leaders Research Fellow at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.

Michaela Peykovska is a research student in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.

Katherine Swancutt is a Lecturer in the Anthropology of Religion at the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, King's College London.

Lubna Tarabey is an Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Institute of Sociology at the Lebanese University.

Davide Ugolini is an independent researcher with a MSc in Social Anthropology from Oxford and a Laurea in Oriental Studies from Bologna.

Jelle Wouters is a doctoral student in the Department of Anthropology, North-Eastern Hill University, and a Lecturer at Sikkim University.

David Zeitlyn is a Professor of Social Anthropology at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.

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