31.2-3 SI Social Theory After Strathern

strathern issue coverMarch-May 2014 – Volume 31, Issue 2-3

Edited by Jacob Copeman & Alice Street






Paul Rabinow
Foreword to Social Theory After Strathern

Alice Street and Jacob Copeman
Social Theory after Strathern: An Introduction

Eric Hirsch
Melanesian Ethnography and the Comparative Project of Anthropology: Reflection on Strathern’s Analogical Approach

Mario Biagioli
Plagiarism, Kinship and Slavery

Annemarie Mol
Language Trails: ‘Lekker’ and Its Pleasures

Jamie Cross
The Coming of the Corporate Gift

Alain Pottage
Law after Anthropology: Object and Technique in Roman Law

Carol J. Greenhouse
Unexpected Properties: Strathern on the Relation of Law and Culture

Jacob Copeman and Alice Street
The Image after Strathern: Art and Persuasive Relationality in India’s Sanguinary Politics

Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing
Strathern beyond the Human: Testimony of a Spore

Sarah Franklin
Analogic Return: The Reproductive Life of Conceptuality

Janet Carsten
An Interview with Marilyn Strathern: Kinship and Career

Nigel Thrift
Afterword: Struck Dumb? Marilyn Strathern and Social Science



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