Vol 18, No 1 (2000)

Special Issue: Why Post-Socialism is Good to Think: The Anthropology of Transforming States

With guest editor Sascha L. Goluboff.

Table of Contents

Contents PDF
AEER Editor 1-2
Editor's Notes PDF
Robert Rotenberg 3
Obituary: Stephen P. Dunn, 1928-1999 PDF
Ethel Dunn 4

Special Issue Section

A Note from the Guest Editor PDF
Sascha L. Goluboff 5-6
Shaping a State and Law in a "Mousetrap" PDF
Paula Garb 7-13
What the Peasants Think: The Effects of Agricultural Restructuring in a Russian Village PDF
Liesl L. Gambold Miller 15-20
Land, Democracy, and Indigenous Rights in Russia PDF
Petra Rethmann 21-26
Re-Enabling the Disabled: The Struggle of Blind Russian Jews for Citizenship in the New Russia PDF
Sascha L. Goluboff 27-31
The Price of Partnership: The NGO, the State, the Foundation, and its Lovers in Post-Communist Russia PDF
Julie Hemment 33-36
Towards an Anthropology of Governance PDF
Thomas C. Wolfe 37-43
After Capitalism: Soviet Construction of the State of Nature in Sub-Artic Siberia PDF
Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov 45-57
Discussion of Why Post-Socialism is Good to Think, Part I PDF
Nancy Ries 59-61
Discussion of Why Post-Socialism is Good to Think, Part II PDF
Bruce Grant 63-66


Living in the Present: The Gagauz in Moldova PDF
Hülya Demirdire 67-72
Employee Reciprocity, Management Philosophy: Gift Exchange and Economic Restructuring in Poland PDF
Elizabeth Dunn 73-79
Transforming Soviet Language Ideologies into Post-Soviet Language Policies in Tatarstan PDF
Helen Faller 81-86


Conventional Wisdom and Milošević’s Serbia: A Review Essay PDF
Andrei Simić 87-96

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