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Here is the table of contents for the latest issue of Asian Anthropology, the final issue to be published by Chinese University Press. You can order this issue at
http://cuhk.orientalecom7.com/en/asian_anthropology.php or, if you'd prefer to pay on-line, at http://cup.cuhk.edu.hk/ojs/index.php/AsianAnthropology As you may know, Asian Anthropology is moving to Taylor & Francis; its forthcoming issues will be published in spring 2013 and fall 2013. I'd like to hear from you if you have an interesting ethnographically-based paper you'd like to publish with us. Be in touch!
Table of Contents, Asian Anthropology 11
Fetuses in a Thai Buddhist Temple as Chaotic Irruption and Public Embarrassment
Special Section: The Great East Japan Earthquake and its Aftermath
The Public Anthropology of Disaster: An Introductory Note
Too Wide, Too Big, Too Complicated to Comprehend: A Personal Reflection on the Disaster That Started on March 11, 2011
Tremors in the “Contact Zone” and Challenges to Anthropology Following the Great East Japan Earthquake: The View of a Foreign Resident Anthropologist
Donald C. WOOD
An Anthropological Examination of Differences between the Great East Japan Earthquake and the Great Hanshin Earthquake
Lesson from the Great East Japan Earthquake: The Public Use of Anthropological Knowledge
Folk Performing Art in the Aftermath of the Great East Japan Earthquake
Envisioned Belonging: Cultural Disagreements and Ethnicities in Hong Kong Schools
Cultural Heritage Crossing Borders: The Sinulog Festival of Overseas Filipino Workers in Hong Kong
Enrique G. ORACION
A Neglected Heritage: Towards a Fuller Appreciation of the Landscapes and Lifeways of Hong Kong’s Rice-Farming Past
Peter Matanle and Anthony S. Rausch with Shrinking Regions Research Group, Japan’s Shrinking Regions in the 21st century: Contemporary Responses to Depopulation and Socioeconomic Decline.
Deborah McDowell Aoki, Widows of Japan: An Anthropological Perspective
Timothy D. Amos, Embodying Difference: The Making of Burakumin in Modern Japan.
Junko Otani, Older People in Natural Disasters
THANG Leng Leng
Katsuya Minamida and Izumi Tsuji, eds., Pop Culture and the Everyday in Japan: Sociological Perspectives.
Eric C. Rath and Stephanie Assmann, eds., Japanese Foodways, Past and Present
Sidney C. H. CHEUNG
Rachael Miyung Joo, Transnational Sport: Gender, Media, and Global Korea
C. Fred Blake, Burning Money: The Material Spirit of the Chinese Lifeworld
Eric Tagliacozzoand Wen-Chin Chang, eds., Chinese Circulations: Capital, Commodities, and Networks in Southeast Asia.
Yuk Wah Chan, ed.,The Chinese/Vietnamese Diaspora: Revisiting the Boat People.
Vũ Trọng Phųng, Lục Xì: Prostitution and Veneral Disease in Colonial Hanoi.
Kirsten W. Endres, Performing the Divine: Mediums, Markets and Modernity in Urban Vietnam.
CHAN Yuk Wah
N. J. Enfield, ed., Dynamics of Human Diversity: The Case of Mainland Southeast Asia
Kirsten W. Endres and Andrea Lauser, eds. Engaging the Spirit World: Popular Beliefs and Practices in Modern Southeast Asia.
Michael R. Dove, Percy E. Sajise and Amity A. Doolittle, eds. Beyond the Sacred Forest: Complicating Conservation in Southeast Asia.
John Postill, Localizing the Internet: An Anthropological Account.
Heddy Shri AHIMSA-PUTRA
Ania Loomba and Ritty A. Lukose, eds., South Asian Feminisms.
Anne M. Rademacher, Reigning the River: Urban Ecologies and Political Transformation in Kathmandu
Gregory Button, Disaster Culture: Knowledge and Uncertainty in the Wake of Human and Environmental Catastrophe