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VOLUME 36, ISSUE 2

Editors’ Introduction
John Conley and Justin B. Richland

SYMPOSIUM ON ILLEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Illegal Anthropology: An Introduction (pages 211–214)
Kedron Thomas and Rebecca B. Galemba

Land and Law in Marijuana Country: Clean Capital, Dirty Money, and the Drug War’s Rentier Nexus (pages 215–230)
Michael Polson

On and Off the Record: The Production of Legitimacy in an Argentine Border Town (pages 231–248)
Ieva Jusionyte

Smugglers, Fayuqueros, Piratas: Transitory Commodities and Illegality in the Trade of Pirated CDs in Mexico (pages 249–265)
José Carlos G. Aguiar

COMMENTARY

The Nature of Illegality Under Neoliberalism and Post-Neoliberalism (pages 266–273)
Carmen A. Ferradás

DIRECTIONS

Illegality and Invisibility at Margins and Borders (pages 274–285)
Rebecca B. Galemba

The Problem with Ethics (pages 286–297)
G. Derrick Hodge

Meeting the “Godfather”: Fieldwork and Ethnographic Seduction in a Chinese Nightclub (pages 298–303)
John Osburg

CLOSING COMMENTARY

The Study of Illegality and Legality: Which Way Forward? (pages 304–307)
Josiah McC. Heyman

ARTICLES

State Transparency after the Neoliberal Turn: The Politics, Limits, and Paradoxes of India’s Right to Information Law (pages 308–325)
Aradhana Sharma

Performing the Court: Public Hearings and the Politics of Judicial Transparency in Argentina (pages 326–340)
Leticia Barrera

Sovereignty in Postcolonial Aotearoa New Zealand: Ambiguities, Paradoxes, and Possibilities (pages 341–357)
Jonathan Barrett and Luke Strongman

BOOK REVIEWS

Life in Debt: Times of Care and Violence in Neoliberal Chile (pages 358–359)
Nathalie Koc-Menard

In My Mother’s House: Civil War in Sri Lanka (pages 360–361)
Mark Whitaker

Transnationalism Reversed: Women Organizing Against Gender Violence in Bangladesh (pages 362–364)
Tarini Bedi

Between the Guerrillas and the State: The Cocalero Movement, Citizenship and Identity on the Colombian Amazon (pages 364–366)
Diana Bocarejo

Being Maasai, Becoming Indigenous: Postcolonial Politics in a Neoliberal World (pages 367–368)
Gabrielle Lynch

Performing South Africa’s Truth Commission: Stages of Transition (pages 368–370)
Lars Buur

Instituting Nature: Authority, Expertise, and Power in Mexican Forests (pages 370–371)
Jeremy M. Campbell

Toward an Anthropology of Government: Democratic Transformations and Nation Building in Wales (pages 372–374)
Emma Crewe

Red Tape: Bureaucracy, Structural Violence, and Poverty (pages 374–375)
Gemma John

Secularism, Soviet Style: Teaching Atheism and Religion in a Volga Republic (pages 375–377)
Julie McBrien

I Say to You: Ethnic politics and the Kalenjin in Kenya (pages 377–379)
Scott Matter

REVIEW ESSAY: Sex Offenses and the Imaginaries of Punitive Reason

Sex Panic and the Punitive State (pages 379–382)
Gillian Harkins

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