Vol 4, No 1 (2014)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14318%2Fhau4.1

Cover Page

Table of Contents

Front & Back Matter

Cover (Print Resolution) PDF

Editorial Notice

Turns and returns PDF
Giovanni da Col i-v


Malinowski magical puzzles: Towards a new theory of magic and procreation in Trobriand society PDF
Mark S. Mosko 1-47
World: An anthropological examination (part 1) PDF
João de Pina-Cabral 49-73
“She appeared to be in some kind of trance”: Anthropology and the question of unknowability in a criminal trial PDF
Joost Fontein 75-103
What Pehuenche blood does: Hemic feasting, intersubjective participation, and witchcraft in Southern Chile PDF
Cristóbal Bonelli 105-127
From village to bush in four Watchi rites: A transformational analysis of ritual space and perspective PDF
Klaus Hamberger 129-153
Transforming translations (part 2): Addressing ontological alterity PDF
Amiria J. M. Salmond 155-187

Special section: How does anthropology know?, edited by Bob W. White and Kiven Strohm

Preface: Ethnographic knowledge and the aporias of intersubjectivity PDF
Bob W. White, Kiven Strohm 189-197
Ethnography and intersubjectivity: Loose ends PDF
Johannes Fabian 199-209
After objectivity: An historical approach to the intersubjective in ethnography PDF
Peter Pels 211-236
The anthropology of guilt and rapport: Moral mutuality in ethnographic fieldwork PDF
Eric Gable 237-258

Colloquia: The ontological French turn, edited by John Kelly

Introduction: The ontological turn in French philosophical anthropology PDF
John D. Kelly 259-269
Modes of being and forms of predication PDF
Philippe Descola 271-280
On the ontological scheme of Beyond nature and culture PDF
Marshall Sahlins 281-290
Diagrams PDF
Mauro W. Barbosa de Almeida 291-294
The grid and the tree: Reply to Marshall Sahlins’ comment PDF
Philippe Descola 295-300
Another way to compose the common world PDF
Bruno Latour 301-307
From Latour to late industrialism PDF
Kim Fortun 309-329
The lightness of existence and the origami of “French” anthropology: Latour, Descola, Viveiros de Castro, Meillassoux, and their so-called ontological turn PDF
Michael M. J. Fischer 331-355
The ontological turn: Where are we? PDF
John D. Kelly 357-360


Remote and edgy: New takes on old anthropological themes PDF
Erik Harms, Shafqat Hussain, Sasha Newell, Charles Piot, Louisa Schein, Sara Shneiderman, Terence Turner, Juan Zhang 361-381
That's enough about ethnography! PDF
Tim Ingold 383-395

Forum: Morals and life, edited by Jane Guyer

Durational ethics: Search, finding, and translation of Fauconnet’s “Essay on responsibility and liberty” PDF
Jane I. Guyer 397-409
Selected translations from Paul Fauconnet’s Responsibility. A sociological study PDF
Paul Fauconnet 411-419
The elementary forms of moral life? Responsibility, sacred things, and Durkheim's ontological turn PDF
John D. Kelly 421-428

Book symposium - The subject of virtue: An anthropology of ethics and freedom (James Laidlaw)

The ethical turn in anthropology: Promises and uncertainties PDF
Didier Fassin 429-435
Anthropologies of ethics: Where we’ve been, where we are, where we might go PDF
James Faubion 437-442
Freedom, reflexivity, and the sheer everydayness of ethics PDF
Webb Keane 443-457
Toward an ethical practice in the Anthropocene PDF
Eduardo Kohn 459-464
Uneventful ethics PDF
Michael Lempert 465-472
Moral deliberation and the agentive self in Laidlaw’s ethics PDF
Cheryl Mattingly 473-486
Ethics, the householder’s dilemma, and the difficulty of reality PDF
Veena Das 487-495
Significant differences PDF
James Laidlaw 497-506

Book symposium - Mundane objects: Materiality and non-verbal communication (Pierre Lemonnier)

Technical does not mean material PDF
Bruno Latour 507-510
Technologies of transmission PDF
Chris Ballard 511-515
Resonators uncased: Mundane objects or bundles of affect? PDF
Tim Ingold 517-521
The fiends of commerce smile PDF
Paul Graves-Brown 523-530
Beyond objectification PDF
Susanne Küchler 531-536
The blending power of things PDF
Pierre Lemonnier 537-548


Synthetic images PDF
Rodney Needham 549-564