HAU

Vol 3, No 1 (2013)

Special Issue: Value as theory (Part I)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14318/hau3.1

Cover Page

Table of Contents

Editorial

A note from the editor: Valuing and giving.
Giovanni Da Col
i-ii

Special Issue: Value as theory - Part 1 of 2

Ton Otto, Rane Willerslev
1-20
Anna Tsing
21-43
Robert Foster
44-63
Horacio Ortiz
64-79
Steffen Dalsgaard
80-98
Joel Robbins
99-115
Chris Gregory
116-139
Rane Willerslev
140-154
André Iteanu
155-171

Book Symposium - Being, humanity, and understanding (G. E. R. Lloyd)

What anthropology should learn from G. E. R. Lloyd
Tanya M. Luhrmann
171-173
Communicating through difference
Aparecida Vilaça
174-178
Ontologies, ideologies, desire
Steven Sangren
179-185
Ontologies, anthropologists, and ethical life
Webb Keane
186-191
Philosophies without ontology
Carlo Severi
192-196
A generous pluralism
James Laidlaw
197-200
Distinguishing ontologies
Anne-Christine Taylor
201-204
Response to comments on Being, humanity, and understanding
Geoffrey Lloyd
204-209

Book Symposium - Life in debt: Times of care and violence in neoliberal Chile (Clara Han)

Transference and countertransference in Life in debt
Michael Jackson
210-212
A life less miserable?
Tobias Kelly
213-216
Neighbors and acts of silent kindness
Veena Das
217-220
Indebted intimacy
Anne Allison
221-224
Glimpses of agency
Marjorie Murray
225-230
Suffering and pictures of anthropological inquiry: A response to comments on Life in debt
Clara Han
231-240

Unedited

Anthropology and the “truth sciences.” Preface by Andrew Brandel and Sidney Mintz.
Claude Lévi-Strauss
241-248

Translations

Alain Testart
249-261
Valerio Valeri
262-286

Reprints

On Value. The Radcliffe-Brown Lecture in Social Anthropology, 1980.
Louis Dumont
287-314