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The Australian Journal of Anthropology

Published on 12/14/2021

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TAJA Volume 32, Issue 3 (December 2021)


SPECIAL ISSUE


Shifting states of love and intimacy

Henrike Hoogenraad, Alison Dundon
Pages: 219-228 | First Published: 22 November 2021


Online dating profiles, shifting intimacies and the language of love in Papua New Guinea

Alison Dundon
Pages: 229-242 | First Published: 18 November 2021


Marriage migration from below: The assessing of ‘genuineness’ among binational couples in Australia

Henrike Hoogenraad
Pages: 243-256 | First Published: 25 November 2021


Transcontinental polygyny, migration and hegemonic masculinity in Guinea‐Bissau and the Gambia

Magdalena Brzezińska
Pages: 257-271 | First Published: 30 November 2021


Love, beauty and women who surf: Tourism, transnational relationships and social mobility on Siargao Island, Philippines

Karen A. Hansen
Pages: 272-288 | First Published: 22 November 2021


Human–buffalo conflicts and intimacies in ‘modernising’ Nepal

Sascha Fuller
Pages: 289-308 | First Published: 19 November 2021


ORIGINAL ARTICLES


A genealogy of komunitas: Varieties of social formation and their signification in Bandung, Indonesia

Dayana Lengauer
Pages: 309-323 | First Published: 14 November 2021


Power, identity and precarity: Sex workers’ “lived experience” of violence and social injustice in Bangladesh

Habiba Sultana, DB Subedi
Pages: 324-339 | First Published: 19 November 2021


‘We are the ones who know the intimacies of the soil’: Grazier claims to belonging and changing land relations in Cape York Peninsula, Queensland

Mardi Reardon-Smith
Pages: 340-355 | First Published: 14 November 2021


Surfing, masculinity and resistance at Cloud 9: Filipino men who surf negotiating tourism spaces and social hierarchies on Siargao Island, Philippines

Karen A. Hansen
Pages: 356-371 | First Published: 16 November 2021


REVIEWS


Love’s Betrayal: The Decline of Catholicism and Rise of New Religions in Ireland

Robert A. Orsi
Pages: 372-373 | First Published: 03 May 2021


“Ophir” 2020. Directed by Alexandre Berman and Olivier Pollet. Arsam International and Fourth World Films. 97 minutes.

David Lipset
Pages: 374-375 | First Published: 03 May 2021


The Dead as Martyrs Ancestors and Heroes in Timor‐Leste. Kent, Lia Feijó, Rui Graca (editors) Amsterdam University Press, 2020. pp. xx +326, illustrations, bibliog., index, € 109,00 (Hb.) ISBN 9789463724319.

Andrew McWilliam
Pages: 375-377 | First Published: 05 May 2021