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Fat Planet Fat Planet Edited by Eileen P. Anderson-Fye and Alexandra Brewis Fat Planet represents a collaborative effort to consider at a global scale what fat stigma is and what it does to people. 2017
Fabric of Indigeneity The Fabric of Indigeneity ann-elise lewallen

In present-day Japan, Ainu women create spaces of cultural vitalization in which they can move between “being Ainu” through their natal and affinal relationships and actively “becoming Ainu” through their craftwork.

Costly & Cute Costly and Cute Edited by Wenda R. Trevathan and Karen R. Rosenberg

The authors take a broad look at how human infants are similar to and different from the infants of other species, at how our babies have constrained our evolution over the past six million years, and at how they continue to shape the ways we live today.

Why Forage? Why Forage?

Why Forage? shows that hunting and gathering continues to be a viable and vibrant way of life even in the twenty-first century.

Muslim Youth and the 9/11 Generation Muslim Youth and the 9/11 Generation Edited by Adeline Masquelier and Benjamin F. Soares

A new cohort of Muslim youth has arisen since the attacks of 9/11, facilitated by the proliferation of recent communication technologies and the Internet. By focusing on these young people as a heterogeneous global cohort, the contributors to this volume—who draw from a variety of disciplines—show how the study of Muslim youth at this particular historical juncture is relevant to thinking about the anthropology of youth, the anthropology of Islamic and Muslim societies, and the post-9/11 world more generally.

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