April 2016

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Volume 8 | Issue 1 | April 2016

This issue includes:

Features

The CRISPR Hack: Better, Faster, Stronger by Eben Kirksey

Remains of the Day: A Native American Burial Discovered in San Francisco Is Shrouded in a Fog of Acrimony by Peter W. Colby

Curating the Mexican Days of the Dead: “Intangible Heritage” at the British Museum by Laura Osorio Sunnucks

Syria to Sweden: Refugee Stories by Rasmus Rodineliussen

Refugees by Howard F. Stein

Rebuilding Agriculture and the Environment in Senegal by Laura L. Cochrane

Refashioning Waste: New York City Recycles by Melissa Zavala

Departments

Findings: CUNY Graduate School Student Collective: Bodies and Violence by Angela Crumdy, Nadja Eisenberg-Guyot, Zoltán Glück, Samuel Novacich, Sarah Molinari, Helen Panagiotopoulos, Cecilia María Salvi, and Daniel Schneider

Material Matters: Chemical Species: From the Surreal to the Sublime by Celeste Alexander

Visual Essay: Good Earth: Exploring the Old Lead Belt by Benjamin Hoste

Media: The Musical Frames of Reality Television in Turkey by Feyza Akınerdem

Media: Secular Preachers: Watching Television Pundits in Postrevolutionary Egypt by Chihab El Khachab

Rasanblaj:  Introduction by Gina Athena Ulysse

Rasanblaj: I Lay on the Floor: Meditation on a Die-In by Patricia van Leeuwaarde Moonsammy

Rasanblaj: A Die-in Postscript by Pem Davidson Buck

Books and Arts: Elusive Caimans and the Anthropologist as Devil by Sophie Chao

Books and Arts: Flesh by Eben Kirksey

Books and Arts: Imagination and the Colonial Horizons of Care by Sam Markwell

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