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Jul-2009Ethical hegemonyFriedman, P. Kerim
Jan-2007Ethnobotany in the Cumbres de Monterrey National Park, Nuevo León, MéxicoEstrada, Eduardo; Villarreal, José A.; Cantú, César; Cabral, Ismael; Scott, Laura; Yen, Carmen
Oct-2006An Ethnographic Study of the Social Context of Migrant Health in the United StatesHolmes, Seth M.
6-Aug-2012Ethnography in Late IndustrialismFortun, Kim
Oct-2007Ethnologie der modernen Technologien: Das Mobiltelefon als kulturelles ArtefaktKlenk, Fabian
Jan-2007Ethnomedicine and dominant medicine in multicultural Australia: a critical realist reflection on the case of Korean-Australian immigrants in SydneyHan, Gil-Soo; Ballis, Harry
1938Etiquette and Social Sanction in the Fiji IslandsSpencer, Dorothy M.
Aug-2012Excelente Zona SocialTaussig, Michael T.
Jan-2007Experience of initiating collaboration of traditional healers in managing HIV and AIDS in TanzaniaKayombo, Edmund J.; Uiso, Febronia C.; Mbwambo, Zakaria H.; Mahunnah, Rogasian L.; Moshi, Mainen J.; Mgonda, Yasin H.
Jan-2007Fataluku medicinal ethnobotany and the East Timorese military resistanceCollins, Sean WM; Martins, Xisto; Mitchell, Andrew; Teshome, Awegechew; Arnason, John T.
6-Aug-2012Feeling HistoricalClifford, James
2001Fractured Lands: The Politics of Conservation in North-Central BrazilChernela, Janet M.
2004Fragments of an Anarchist AnthropologyGraeber, David
2005Free ScienceKelty, Christopher
2007From Bio-Ethics to Human Practice: Steps Toward Contemporary EquipmentRabinow, Paul; Bennett, Gaymon
Mar-2005‘From Chaos to Controlled Disorder': Syndromic Surveillance, Bioweapons, and the Pathological FutureFearnley, Lyle
2007From Population to Vital System: National Security and the Changing Object of Public HealthLakoff, Andrew
21-Aug-2012From the Editor: Why the AAA Needs Gold Open AccessBoellstorff, Tom
1946Further Notes on Tobacco in New GuineaMerrill, E.D.
May-2005Geeks, Social Imaginaries, and Recursive PublicsKelty, Christopher