September 2020

Volume 12 | Number 2 | September 2020

AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Airways
Mary Louise Pratt

Making Meat in the Time of COVID-19
Donald D. Stull

Working Through the Pandemic: What Crises Tell Us About Economics
David Griffith

The Habitus of Agglomeration: Crowding and (Non) Compliance in an Indian City
Karen Coelho and Mathangi Krishnamurthy

Where Have All the Children Gone? Against Children’s Invisibility in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Julie Spray and Jean Hunleth


FEATURES

Too Much Information, Too Little Power: The Persistence of Asymmetries in Doctor-Patient Relationships
Cinzia Greco

Making Friends with Ethnographic Monographs
Daniel Miller


VISUAL ESSAY

War Through the Looking Glass: Portraits of Former FARC Guerrillas in the “Truck Camera”
Alexander L. Fattal and Julián Mejía Villa


UNCOMMON SENSE

Authoritarianism and COVID-19: A Case Study from Serbia
Miloš Todorović


NOTES FROM THE FIELD

Commuting as Americanist Time
Anna Jabloner


BOOKS AND ARTS

What to Do with Surveillance Capitalism?
Jenny Huberman

A House Divided: Ben Lerner’s America
David Bond

Volume 12 | Number 2 | September 2020

AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Airways
Mary Louise Pratt

Making Meat in the Time of COVID-19
Donald D. Stull

Working Through the Pandemic: What Crises Tell Us About Economics
David Griffith

The Habitus of Agglomeration: Crowding and (Non) Compliance in an Indian City
Karen Coelho and Mathangi Krishnamurthy

Where Have All the Children Gone? Against Children’s Invisibility in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Julie Spray and Jean Hunleth


FEATURES

Too Much Information, Too Little Power: The Persistence of Asymmetries in Doctor-Patient Relationships
Cinzia Greco

Making Friends with Ethnographic Monographs
Daniel Miller


VISUAL ESSAY

War Through the Looking Glass: Portraits of Former FARC Guerrillas in the “Truck Camera”
Alexander L. Fattal and Julián Mejía Villa


UNCOMMON SENSE

Authoritarianism and COVID-19: A Case Study from Serbia
Miloš Todorović


NOTES FROM THE FIELD

Commuting as Americanist Time
Anna Jabloner


BOOKS AND ARTS

What to Do with Surveillance Capitalism?
Jenny Huberman

A House Divided: Ben Lerner’s America
David Bond

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