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Survey of Journals Open Access Journals Annales islamologiques (ISSN 2429-2850) https://journals.openedition.org/anisl/ 51. 2017 Cabo-González, A.M., Quand les propriétés des plantes défiaient l’entendement. Parallèles antiques et arabes médiévaux (39–51). – Collet, H., Deviser les merveilles du monde. Le voyage au Soudan dans la Tuḥfat al-nuẓẓār d’Ibn Baṭṭūṭa et Ibn Ǧuzayy (85–109). Anthropologica / Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (ISSN 0254-9212) http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/anthropologica/iss ue/archive 36. 2018/40 Trotta, F., Prejuicios, incomodidades y rechazos: músi‐ ca, territorialidades y conflictos en el Brasil contem‐ poráneo (165–191). – Padin, E.A., La Comunidad como forma de integración y organización entre los si‐ curis en Buenos Aires (121–142). 36. 2018/41 Velásquez Prestán, M.A., Natalia Escobar García, Au‐ rora Vergara Figueroa, Etnografía comprometida en contextos de conflicto armado: lecciones de Bellavista, Bojayá – Chocó y Bahía Málaga – Valle del Cauca – Colombia (59–92). – Ramírez Zapata, I.A., Recibir la reparación. Aproximación a dos organizaciones de des‐ plazados del conflicto armado interno en Lima y su ac‐ ceso a reparaciones colectivas (93–114). – Platt, T., De mediación sin intérpretes a escribanos bilingües. Diglo‐ sia, bilingüismo y escritura en la provincia de Chayanta (Potosí) durante la República boliviana (1830–1950) (145–193). 37. 2019/42 Caballero, G., Usos de las redes sociales digitales para la acción colectiva: el caso de Ni Una Menos (105– 128). – Meneses, D., Con Mis Hijos No Te Metas: un estudio de discurso y poder en un grupo de Facebook peruano opuesto a la «ideología de género» (129–154). – Sánchez, M., Grabando el prestigio social. Autori‐ dades locales y uso político de la internet y el celular en la comunidad de Yanque (Caylloma, Arequipa) (223– 243). Antipoda / Revista de antropología y ar‐ queología (ISSN 1900-5407; eISSN 2011-4273) https://revistas.uniandes.edu.co/journal/antipoda 2019/35 García González, A., Desde el conflicto: epistemología y política en las etnografías feministas (3–21). 2019/36 Lindskoug, H.B., Coleccionando naturaleza, creando cultura: construcción de la dicotomía naturaleza/cultura en museos (11–32). 2019/37 Amuedo, C.G., L. Vilte, El Cerro de la Virgen: tramas de humanos y no-humanos en torno al culto mariano y a los cerros en el departamento de Cachi, Salta, Argentina (31–51). – Ávila Rojas, O., El indianismo y la discu‐ sión vigente sobre la constitución política del indio en Bolivia (139–159). Asian Ethnology (formerly: Asian Folklore Studies) (ISSN 1882-6865) http://asianethnology.org/ 78. 2019/1 Castiglioni, A., Devotion in Flesh and Bone: The Mummified Corpses of Mount Yudono Ascetics in the Edo Period (25‒51). ‒ Fielder, C., Religiously Inspired Charitable Organizations (RICOs) and Their Quest for Religious Authority and Recognition in Contemporary China (75‒100). ‒ Gaitanidis, I., More than just a Pho‐ to? Aura Photography in Digital Japan (101‒125). ‒ McLeister, M., Popular Christianity, Sensation, and Ling’en Authority in Contemporary China (127‒153). ‒ Kokaisl, P., P. Kokaislová, The Ethnic Identity of Turkmenistan’s Baloch (181‒195). 78. 2019/2 Hatfield, D.J., Remediation and Innovation in Taiwane‐ se Religious Sites: Lukang’s Glass Temple (263–288). – Uddin, S.M., Religion, Nature, and Life in the Sundarbans (289–309). – McCartney, P., Stretching in‐ to the Shadows: Unlikely Alliances, Strategic Syncre‐ tism, and De-Post-Colonizing Yogaland’s “Yogato‐ pia(s)” (373–401). – Reider, N., Yamauba and Oni-Wo‐ men: Devouring and Helping Yamauba are Two Sides Anthropos 115.2020 of the Same Coin (403–427). – Singh, K., Androgynous Pariahs: Gender Transformations and Politics of Culture in the North Indian Folk Theater “Svāṅg” (429–446). – Bandyopadhyay, S., Living like Chameleons: A Bedia Folk Performing Troupe from West Bengal (447–473). Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volken‐ kunde / Journal of the Humanities and So‐ cial Sciences of Southeast Asia (eISSN 2213-4379) https://brill.com/view/journals/bki/bki-overview.xml 175. 2019/1 Heng, D., Premodern Island-Southeast-Asian History in the Digital Age. Opportunities and Challenges through Chinese Textual Database Research (29–57). – Rick‐ lefs, M.C., The Sweat of the King. State Wealth vs. Pri‐ vate Royal Wealth in Pre-colonial Islamic Javanese Kingdoms (59–66). 175. 2019/2-3 Lücking, M., Travelling with the Idea of Taking Sides. Indonesian Pilgrimages to Jerusalem (196–224). – Sobocinska, A., J. Purdey, Enduring Connections? Soft Power and Pedagogy in Short-Term Study Tours to Indonesia (225–251). – Lahpan, N.Y.K., Islamic Musi‐ cal Forms and Local Identity in Post-Reform Indonesia (284–308). 175. 2019/4 Missbach, A., Asylum Seekers’ and Refugees’ Deci‐ sion-Making in Transit in Indonesia. The Need for Indepth and Longitudinal Research (419–445). – Palmer, L., A. McWilliam, Spirit Ecologies and Customary Governance in Post-conflict Timor-Leste (474–505). – Schultz, C., How Does Faith Feel? The Language and Affect of Belief (506–532). Boletín de arqueología PUCP (ISSN 1029-2004; eISSN 2304-4292) http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/boletindearqueolo gia 2018/24 Muro Ynoñán, L., Ontología corpórea moche: con‐ struyendo y experimentando a los ancestros (15–42). 2018/25 Peters, A.H., ¿Qué constituye la transición Paracas- Nasca en Paracas Necrópolis? Prácticas mortuorias, ar‐ tefactos presentes, formas de indumentaria y diversidad sociocultural (91–133). – Velarde, M.I., P. Castro de la Mata, Transición Paracas-Nasca, continuidad e innova‐ ción en los metales (135–145). – Cadwallader, L., S. Arce Torres, A.G. Pullen, D.G. Beresford-Jones, Al‐ gunas contribuciones a la comprensión de la transición Paracas-Nasca, Samaca, valle bajo de Ica (147–171). – Isla Cuadrado, J., M. Reindel, La transición Paracas- Nasca en los valles de Palpa (173–206). – Reindel, M., J. Isla, De Paracas a Nasca: nuevas evidencias desde la vertiente occidental de la sierra de Lucanas, Ayacucho (229–254). Bresil(s) (ISSN 2257-0543) https://journals.openedition.org/bresils/ 16. 2019 Cardoso de Oliveira, L.R., D. Schroeter Simião, «J’ai parlé à Dieu»: violences conjugales et impasses du sys‐ tème judiciaire brésilien. – Buarque de Almeida, H., Violence sexuelle et de genre à l’université : du secret à la bataille pour la reconnaissance. – Isaia, A.C., Folie et spiritisme : la construction de la pathologie spirite à la faculté de médecine de Rio de Janeiro. Cultural Anthropology (ISSN 0886-7356; eISSN 1548-1360) https://journal.culanth.org/index.php 34. 2019/1 Zengin A., The Afterlife of Gender: Sovereignty, Inti‐ macy, and Muslim Funerals of Transgender People in Turkey (78–102). 34. 2019/2 Hunleth, J., Zambian Children’s Imaginal Caring: On Fantasy, Play and Anticipation in an Epidemic (155– 186). – Danely, J., The Limits of Dwelling and the Un‐ witnessed Death (213–239). – Anderson, S.M., A Dis‐ armament Program for Witches: The Prospective Poli‐ tics of Antiwitchcraft, Postwarcraft, and Rebrandcraft in Sierra Leone (240–271). 34. 2019/3 Newell, S., Ethnography in a Shell Game: Turtles All the Way Down in Abidjan (299–327). – Laidlaw, J., J. Mair, Imperfect Accomplishment: The Fo Guang Shan Short-Term Monastic Retreat and Ethical Pedagogy in Humanistic Buddhism (328–358). – Escallón, M.F., Rights, Inequality, and Afro-Descent Heritage in Brazil (359–387). – Zoanni, T., Appearances of Disability and Christianity in Uganda (444–470). 34. 2019/4 Moran-Thomas, A., What Is Communicable? Unac‐ counted Injuries and “Catching” Diabetes in an Illegible Epidemic (471–502). – Mariner, K.A., “Who You Are In These Pieces of Paper”: Imagining Future Kinship through Auto/Biographical Adoption Documents in the United States (529–554). 300 Survey of Journals Anthropos 115.2020 Ethnologia Fennica (ISSN 0355-1776; eISSN 2489-4982) https://journal.fi/ethnolfenn 46. 2019 Hakamies, I., “Real Museum Work” and Information Technology – Does not Compute! (30–60). Ethnoscripts (ISSN 1438-5244; eISSN 2199-7942) https://journals.sub.uni-hamburg.de/index.php/ethnoscri pts/issue/archive 21. 2019/1 Kovačević Bielicki, D., Those Who Left and Those Who Stayed: Diasporic ‘Brothers’ Seen as The New Others in the Bosnian Context (176–195). European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies (ERLACS) (ISSN 0924-0608; eISSN 1879-4750) https://www.erlacs.org/ 2019/108 Sánchez Carballo, A., The American Dream in a Transnational Migratory Circuit (21–41). – Chiasson- Lebel, T., M. Larrabure, Latin America’s Changing Balance of Class Forces: An Introduction (87–107). Hemispheres. Studies on Cultures and So‐ cieties (ISSN 0239-8818; eISSN 2449-8645) http://hemispheres.iksiopan.pl/index.php/en/ 33. 2018 Sęk, M., Conflict Management in Kalimantan Barat and Papua: Equivocal Effects of Decentralisation (41–58). – Vorbrich, R., The Development Industry and Concep‐ tualisations of Development Projects (59–74). – Zda‐ nowski, J., Protestant Millennialism and Missions at the Turn of the 20th Century (89–104). Iberoamericana (ISSN 1577-3388; eISSN 2255-520X) http://journals.iai.spk-berlin.de/index.php/iberoamerican a 19. 2019/70 Herrera, A., El indígena a través del diálogo y los actos de habla en el viaje americano de Alexander von Hum‐ boldt (9–24). – Manrique Granados, R.A., Tres son multitud: suplantación, instrumentalidad y huellas de sedición en los vínculos epistolares de Alexander von Humboldt, Francisco José de Caldas y José Celestino Mutis (25–42). – Gómez, L., La ciencia en la indepen‐ dencia del continente americano. El rol fundamental de Alexander von Humboldt (43–63). – Soto-Quirós, R., Versiones de un estudio de Humboldt sobre Centroamé‐ rica (65–87). – Seiguer, P., “Los caminos de Penzotti”. Las misiones protestantes en América del Sur y la con‐ strucción de la laicidad (157–179). 19. 2019/71 Vallen, N., Conquista, memoria y cultura material en la Nueva España, siglos XVI y XVII (13–33). – Navarre‐ te Linares, F., Las historias tlaxcaltecas de la conquista y la construcción de una memoria cultural (35–50). – Herren Rajagopalan, A., Leyendo entre líneas: Un re‐ lato indígena de la conquista en los folios desaparecidos del Códice Azcatitlan (51–76). – Alcántara Rojas, B., La “mala nueva”. La llegada del cristianismo en sermo‐ nes en lengua náhuatl de la primera mitad del siglo XVI (77–98). – Tavárez, D., La refracción de la memoria: dos narrativas coloniales zapotecas sobre la conquista (99–122). 19. 2019/72 López-Ocón, L., Una colección, un congreso, una aso‐ ciación. Antecedentes de la creación de un Museo y Bi‐ blioteca de Indias en Madrid (159–180). INDIANA (ISSN 0341-8642; eISSN 2365-2225) http://journals.iai.spk-berlin.de/index.php/indiana 36. 2019/1 Hernández Maciel, F.J., Sincronología y Cronografía Indiana (7–40). – Herrera Calderón, A. (†), M. Zie‐ mendorff, S. Ziemendorff, Grabaciones del extinto idioma mochica (77–108). 36. 2019/2 Dietrich, W., La documentación de la lengua general amazónica (tupí-guaraní) en tres diccionarios de media‐ dos del siglo XVIII (17–42). – Golluscio, L.A., R. Zamponi, El vilela del siglo XVIII (43–68). – Arias Cordero, J., La herencia lexicográfica: compilaciones decimonónicas y su aporte a la lingüística de la lengua bribri (66–99). – Viegas Barros, J.P., M. Malvestitti, Un manuscrito de Carlos Spegazzini con datos inéditos sobre la lengua haush (101–128). – Macuil Martínez, R., Tradición oral nahua contemporánea y mapas colo‐ niales (159–194). Journal de la Société des Américanistes (ISSN 0037-9174; eISSN 1957-7842) https://journals.openedition.org/jsa/ 105. 2019/1 Kupprat, F., Los mayas y los otros: integración y dis‐ tinción cultural en el paisaje urbano y rural de Copán (41–70). Survey of Journals 301 Anthropos 115.2020 LUD. Organ Polskiego Towarzystwa Lu‐ doznawczego (ISSN 0076-1435) http://apcz.umk.pl/czasopisma/index.php/LUD 103. 2019 Hann, Ch., The Seductions of Europe and the Solidari‐ ties of Eurasia (31–47). – Hossu, I.E., “Are We Still a Family?” The Perspective from Romanian Transnatio‐ nal Families (49–65). – Lisiecki, M., Kulturowy wymi‐ ar polskiej orientalistyki. Wiesław Kotański i jego bada‐ nia nad kulturą Japonii (121–138). – Przytomska, A.M., Altomesayoq, czyli ten który rozmawia z apus. Ontologia praktyk szamanistycznych u Q’eros z Andów Peruwiańskich (140–159). – Pieńczak, A., Cyfrowe ar‐ chiwum Polskiego Atlasu Etnograficznego ‒ możli‐ wości wyszukiwawcze i dalsze perspektywy badawcze (208–229). Mana / Estudos de Antropologia Social (ISSN 0104-9313; eISSN 1678-4944) http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_issues&pid= 0104-9313&lng=en&nrm=iso 25. 2019/1 Saldívar Arellano, J.M., L. de M.C. Terrado, Os “viajeros Golondrina”: Uma etnografia transnacional da migração Chilota em Fuegopatagônia do Chile e Ar‐ gentina (126–158). – Shiratori, K., O olhar envenena‐ do: A perspectiva das plantas e o xamanismo vegetal Ja‐ mamadi (Médio Purus, AM) (159–188). 25. 2019/2 Fernandes, C., Figuras do constrangimento: As insti‐ tuições de estado e as políticas de acusação sexual (365–390). Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropol‐ ogy – Working Papers (Halle) (ISSN 1615-4568) http://www.eth.mpg.de/pubs/wps/pdf/mpi-eth-workingpaper-196 195. 2019 Larouche, C., Blurring Boundaries: The Regulation of Non-Profit Organizations and Transformation of Islamic Charitable Work in Uttar Pradesh, India (1-18). 196. 2019 Eidson, J.R., The Concept of Identity in the Ethnology and Social Anthropology of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries – a Preliminary Report (1-60). Montalban (ISSN 0252-9076) http://revistasenlinea.saber.ucab.edu.ve/temas/index.php /revistamontalban 2019/54 Mendible Zurita, A., Los jesuitas en el Brasil colonial: Templarios del trópico sudamericano, 1546–1759 (1680–1709). Movements. Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regimes Studies (ISSN 2509-8322; eISSN 2364-8732) https://movements-journal.org/ 4. 2018/1 Bartels, I., Practices and Power of Knowledge Dissemi‐ nation. International Organizations in the Externaliza‐ tion of Migration Management in Morocco and Tunisia (47–66). – Nash, S.L., Knowing Human Mobility in the Context of Climate Change. The Self-Perpetuating Cir‐ cle of Research, Policy, and Knowledge Production (67–81). – Newhouse, L., Other Paths, Other Destina‐ tions. Towards a Manifold Reading of Mobility across Borders (83–100). – Hatton, J., MARS Attacks! A Cautionary Tale from the UK on the Relation between Migration and Refugee Studies (MARS) and Migration Control (103–129). 4. 2018/2 Schmidt-Sembdner, M., Grenzkontrollen als ‚dauer‐ haftes Provisorium‘? Renationalisierungsprozesse im Schengenraum am Beispiel der Brennerroute (57–76). – Schwertl, M., Die Entmenschlichung der Grenze. Zur Bedeutung von Technisierung im Europäischen Migrati‐ ons- und Grenzregime (77–101). – Müller, T., S. Zin‐ flou, Die Urbanität des Jungle. Calais und die Möglich‐ keit einer migrantischen Stadt (129–160). – Gerloff, N., Better Migration Management. Die GIZ im Euro-Afri‐ kanischen Grenzregime (163–184). – Lerchl, T., In Ge‐ wahrsam von Dokumenten. Eine ethnographische Un‐ tersuchung der Abschiebungshaft (185–200). Revue d’histoire des sciences humaine (eISSN 1963-1022) https://journals.openedition.org/rhsh/ 34. 2019 Célius, C.A., Crise du discours colonial et apparition de l’historiographie haïtienne (67–93). – Fabre, C., La si‐ nologie : la langue chinoise créée par les sinologues ? Les Chinois dans le territoire sinologique français du xixe siècle (97–123). 302 Survey of Journals Anthropos 115.2020 Studia Mythologica Slavica (ISSN 1408-6271) http://sms.zrc-sazu.si/En/kazalo.html 22. 2019 Zaroff, R., Rugian Slavic God Sventovit – One More Time (37–54). – Ivanković, M., New Insights on Slavic god Volosъ/ Velesъ from a Vedic Perspective (55–81). Temenos. Nordic Journal of Comparative Religion (ISSN 2342-7256) https://journal.fi/temenos 55. 2019/1 Wooding, J.M., Archaeology and Celtic Myth. Some Points of Comparison and Convergence (9–28). – Knutson, S.A., The Materiality of Myth. Divine Ob‐ jects in Norse Mythology (29–53). – Wellendorf, J., Honey and Poison. Reframing the Pagan Past at Ǫgvaldsnes and Elsewhere (55–74). – Shaw, J., The Dagda, Thor and ATU 1148B. Analogues, Parallels, or Correspondences? (97–120). – Dahmer, A., Pagans, Nazis, Gaels, and the Algiz Rune. Addressing Questions of Historical Inaccuracy, Cultural Appropriation, and the Arguable Use of Hate Symbols at the Festivals of Edinburgh’s Beltane Fire Society (137–155). 55. 2019/2 Taira, T., Studying Religion in Nordic Newspapers. An Introduction (175–199). – Christensen, H.R., Continui‐ ty with the Past and Uncertainty for the Future. Religion in Danish Newspapers 1750–2018 (201–224). – Taira, T., From Lutheran Dominance to Diversity. Religion in Finnish Newspapers 1946–2018 (225–247). – Lundby, K., Conflictual Diversity and Contested Cultural Heri‐ tage: Newspaper Coverage of Religion in Norway 1938–2018 (249–270). – Lövheim, M., ‘The Swedish Condition’: Representations of Religion in the Swedish Press 1988–2018 (271–292). Zeitschrift für junge Religionswissenschaft (eISSN 1862-5886) https://journals.openedition.org/zjr/ 14. 2019 Meyer, S., J. Sorger-Rachidi, Interview with Grace Davie (9 pp.) Subscription Journals Acta Archaeologica (ISSN 0001-5210) 70. 2019/1 Tarbay, G.J., Moulds for Large Daggers. Unique Finds from the Bronze Age Hatvan-Strázsa-hegy tell (5–39). ‒ Tóth, A.B., Traditions and Innovation in Fine Metal‐ work in the Middle Danube Region in the Second Half of the 5th and the Early 6th Centuries AD. Once More on the ‘Szarvas’ Brooch Group: New Finds, New Hypothe‐ ses (167‒202). ‒ Szenthe, G., The ‘Late Avar Reform’ and the ‘Long Eighth Century’. A Tale of the Hesitation between Structural Transformation and the Persistent Nomadic Traditions (7th to 9th Century AD) (215‒250). Aethiopica (ISSN 1430-1938) 21. 2018 Bulakh, M., et al., Bibliography of Ethiopian Semitic, Cushitic, and Omotic Linguistics XXI: 2017 (217‒225). African Affairs (ISSN 0001-9909) 118. 2019/472 Chigudu, S., The Politics of Cholera, Crisis, and Citi‐ zenship in Urban Zimbabwe: ‘People Were Dying Like Flies’ (413‒434). ‒ Desrosiers, M.-E., H.J., Swedlund, Rwanda’s Post-Genocide Foreign Aid Relations: Revis‐ iting Notions of Exceptionalism (435‒462). ‒ Tamm, H., Status Competition in Africa: Explaining the Rwan‐ dan-Ugandan Clashes in the Democratic Republic of Congo (509‒530). ‒ Chome, N., From Islamic Reform to Muslim Activism: The Evolution of an Islamist Ide‐ ology in Kenya (531‒552). African and Asian Studies (ISSN 1569-2094) 18. 2019/3 Hasan, R. Examining the Influence of Confucianism on the Socioeconomic Development of the Confucian Cul‐ ture Area (233‒256). ‒ Azam, M., Inequality and Eco‐ nomic Growth in Asia and the Pacific Region (288‒ 314). African Arts (ISSN 0001-9933) 52. 2019/2 Kasozi, D., Paper Beads on the Move. Mobilizing Tra‐ jectories and Subjectivities to Shape Contemporary Art in Uganda (40‒51). ‒ Kirumira, R.N., Reconfiguring the Omweso Board Game. Performing Narratives of Buganda Material Culture (52‒65). 52. 2019/3 Rea, W. The Ẹpa Masquerades of Èkìtì. A Structural Approach (16‒27). ‒ Hart, W., A Mask of the Western Kuranko (28‒33). Survey of Journals 303 Anthropos 115.2020 African Economic History (ISSN 0145-2258) 47. 2019/1 Mujere, J., A. Mseba, The Politics of African Freehold Land Ownership in Early Colonial Zimbabwe, 1890-1930 (32‒53). ‒ Mlombo, A., Settler Colonialism and Trade in the Periphery: Customs Relations between Southern Rhodesia and South Africa, 1924-1935 (92‒ 115). Africana Linguistica (ISSN 2033-8732) 25. 2019 Bickmore, Lee, W. Mkochi, Tonal Absolute Neutra‐ lization in Malawian CiTonga (3‒25). ‒ Crane, T.M., B. Persohn, A Model-Theoretic Discussion of Bantu Actionality (27‒63). ‒ Voisin, S., M. Dramé, L’inac‐ compli dans différentes variétés du wolof (321‒386). Almogaren (ISBN 978-3-900861-50-6) 50. 2019 Trost, F., Das Hochzeitszeremoniell beim Vasallen‐ stamm der Dag-Rhali (83‒105). American Anthropologist (ISSN 0002-7294) 121. 2019/3 Günay, O., In War and Peace: Shifting Narratives of Violence in Kurdish Istanbul (554‒567). ‒ Cipolla, C.N., Taming the Ontological Wolves: Learning from Iroquoian Effigy Objects (613‒627). ‒ Ellison, S.H., Painted by Default: Public Shaming and Graffiti on the Homefront (694‒707). American Ethnologist (ISSN 0094-0496) 46. 2019/3 Cabot, H., The Business of Anthropology and the European Refugee Regime (261‒275). ‒ Rudge, A., Laughing When You Shouldn’t: Being “Good” among the Batek of Peninsular Malaysia (290‒301). ‒ Shaku‐ to, S., Postwork Intimacy: Negotiating Romantic Part‐ nerships among Japanese Retired Couples in Malaysia (302‒312). ‒ Monterescu, D., A. Handel, Liquid Indi‐ geneity: Wine, Science, and Colonial Politics in Israel/ Palestine (313‒327). Ahmann, C., Waste to Energy: Garbage Prospects and Subjunctive Politics in Late In‐ dustrial Baltimore (328‒342). 46. 2019/4 Gershon, I., Porous Social Orders (404‒416). ‒ Tom‐ linson, M., How to Speak like a Spirit Medium: Voice and Evidence in Australian Spiritualism (482‒494). L’Année Sociologique (ISSN 0066-2399) 69. 2019/2 Bouchet-Valat, M., C. Jayet, La mesure des classes so‐ ciales par les nomenclatures: enjeux, problèmes, et dé‐ bats (311‒331). ‒ Page Pereira, L., Les mots et les chiffres: analyse comparative des nomenclatures de classe sociales au Brésil (363‒392). ‒ Alexandre, C., F. Gonthier, T. Guerra: Les classes populaires sont-elles (les plus) populistes? Attitudes populistes et vote radical lors de l’élection présidentielle de 2017 (451‒478). Annual Review of Anthropology (ISSN 0084-6570) 48. 2019 Sabloff, J.A., How Maya Archaeologist Discovered the 99% Through the Study of Settlement Patterns (1‒16). ‒ Engelke, M., The Anthropology of Death Revisited (29‒44). ‒ Desjardins, S.P.A., P.D. Jordan, Arctic Archeology and Climate Change (279‒296). ‒ Paugh, A.L., K.C. Riley, Poverty and Children’s Language in Anthropolitical Perspective (297‒315).‒ Kisin, E., F.R. Myers, The Anthropology of Art, after the End of Art: Contesting the Art-Culture System (317‒334). ‒ Neves, E.G., M.J. 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Anthropos is the international journal of anthropology and linguistics, founded in 1906 by Wilhelm Schmidt, missonary and member of the Society of the Divine Word (SVD). Its main purpose is the study of human societies in their cultural dimension. In honor of Wilhelm Schmidt‘s legacy, the cultivation of anthropology, ethnology, linguistics, and religious studies remain an essential component oft he Anthropos Institute – the organizational carrier of the journal.

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Anthropos - internationale Zeitschrift für Völkerkunde wird vom Anthropos Institut St. Augustin seit 1906 zweimal jährlich herausgegeben. Ursprünglich als Sprachrohr für katholische Missionarsarbeit geplant, gilt sie heute als wichtige Fachzeitschrift der allgemeinen Ethnologie. Sie behandelt sowohl kulturelle als auch sprachliche Themen in mehreren Sprachen, mit Schwerpunkt auf den Völkern des gesamtamerikanischen und afrikanischen Kontinents.