Anthropology of East Europe Review

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Vol 31, No 2 (2013)

Table of Contents

Editor's Notes PDF
Andrew Asher 1

Articles

Wine mafia and the thieving state: tension and power at the crossroads of neoliberalism and authoritarianism in 21st century Macedonia PDF
Justin Otten 2-18
Authoritarianism from Below. Lessons from Ethnographic Studies in Belarus PDF
Ronan Hervouet 19-29
In the Free Market of Names: Polish Secret Service Files and Authoritarian Populism PDF
Saygun Gökarıksel 30-45
Local Knowledge of Elites as a Basis for Comparing Political Systems PDF
Amitai Touval 46-62

Connections

The Irony of Humanism: How China’s Authoritarianism Works Through the Humanly Mundane PDF
Guangtian Ha 63-79

Reviews

On the Run in Siberia (Willerslev, ÓhAiseadha (trans)) PDF
Robert Jarvenpa 80-82
Disability and Mobile Citizenship in Postsocialist Ukraine (Phillips) PDF
Shelly Yankovskyy 83-85
The Socialist Sixties: Crossing Borders in the Second World (Gorsuch and Koenker Ed.) PDF
Kathleen Hiatt 86-88
Forging Rights in a New Democracy (Fournier) PDF
Christine Beresniova 89-90
Free Market Tuberculosis: Managing Epidemics in Post-Soviet Georgia (Koch) PDF
Sara Taylor 91-93


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