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Joel Robbins and Bambi B. Schieffelin and Aparecida Vilaça — Evangelical Conversion and the Transformation of the Self in Amazonia and Melanesia: Christianity and the Revival of Anthropological Comparison, p. 559-590

Jeremy Menchik — Productive Intolerance: Godly Nationalism in Indonesia, p. 591-621

Ceren Özgül — Legally Armenian: Tolerance, Conversion, and Name Change in Turkish Courts — p. 622-649

Roxann Prazniak — Ilkhanid Buddhism: Traces of a Passage in Eurasian History, p. 650-680.

Katherine Bowie — The Saint with Indra’s Sword: Khruubaa Srivichai and Buddhist Millenarianism in Northern Thailand, p. 681-713.

Liping Wang — The State, Relational Governance, and Nomad Sedentarization: Land Reform in Inner Mongolia, 1900–1911, p. 714-744.

Jin Sato — Resource Politics and State-Society Relations: Why Are Certain States More Inclusive than Others?, p. 745-773.

Victor Igreja — Memories of Violence, Cultural Transformations of Cannibals, and Indigenous State-Building in Post-Conflict Mozambique, p. 774-802.

Robert A. Paul — Amira Mittermaier, Dreams that Matter: Egyptian Landscapes of the Imagination. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011, 308 pp., p. 803-804.

Caterina Pizzigoni — Jeremy Ravi Mumford, Vertical Empire: The General Resettlement of Indians in the Colonial Andes. Durham: Duke University Press, 2012, p. 804-805.

William Kelleher Storey — David Arnold, Everyday Technology: Machines and the Making of India’s Modernity. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013, 232 pp, 22 halftones, 4 tables, p. 807-808.

Richard p. Tucker — Chris Pearson, Mobilizing Nature: The Environmental History of War and Militarization in Modern France. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2012.  p. 808-809.

Jonathan Reynolds — William Marotti, Money, Trains, and Guillotines: Art and Revolution in 1960s Japan. Durham: Duke University Press, 2013, xxi, 417 pp., p. 805-806.

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