Vol XXVI No. 2
In Current Issue:
8. Epicures and Experts: The Drinking Water Controversy in British Colonial Cairo
44. From Mandate Borders to the Diaspora: Rashaya's Transnational Suffering and the Making of Lebanon in 1925
74. De-Exceptionalizing the Field: Anthropological Reflections on Migration, Labor, and Identity in Dubai
Neha Vora and Ahmed Kanna
102. The Ecology of Migration: Remittances in World War I Mount Lebanon
Graham Auman Pitts
130. Writing Shame in Asad’s Syria
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