Volume 63, numéro 1, 2021 The Bureaucratic Practices of Migration Les routes bureaucratiques de la migration Giving Shape to COVID-19 Donner forme à la COVID-19

Sommaire (48 articles)

Note from the Editors / Notes des rédactrices

Thematic Section: The Bureaucratic Practices of Migration / Section thématique : Les routes bureaucratiques de la migration

  1. Bureaucratic Routes to Migration: Migrants’ Lived Experience of Paperwork, Clerks and Other Immigration Intermediaries / Les routes bureaucratiques de la migration : l’expérience vécue des migrants en matière de paperasserie, commis et autres intermédiaires à l’immigration
  2. Bureaucratic Emotionalities: Managing Files, Forms, and Delays in the Canadian Spousal Reunification Process
  3. Negotiating Legitimacy: Binational Couples in the Face of Immigration Bureaucracy in Belgium and Italy
  4. Moving, Waiting, Racing: The Emotional and Temporal Experience of Policy for Nurses on Temporary Work Permits in Canada
  5. Entrepreneurs de la migration : des stratégies pour contourner les obstacles bureaucratiques
  6. Encounters of Despair: Street-Level Bureaucrat and Migrant Interactions in Sweden and Switzerland

Late-Breaking Thematic Section: Giving Shape to COVID-19 / Appel à propositions de dernière minute : Donner forme à la COVID-19

  1. Collaboration in Virtual Environments: Honouring the Métis Method of Visiting
  2. Staying at Home
  3. Riding the Coronacoaster: Learning, Teaching, and Living at a Health Sciences Campus during the COVID‑19 Pandemic
  4. Wayfaring in Taiwan during COVID‑19: Reflections on Political Ontologies of Disease and Geopolitics
  5. Where the Normal is Crisis: Service Delivery to Underserved Populations during the COVID Pandemic
  6. “No Silver Bullet Solution”: Cruel Optimism and Canada’s COVID‑19 Public Health Messages
  7. Après la pandémie : transformations des villes, du travail et la crise climatique
  8. Giving Everyone a Fish: COVID-19 and the New Politics of Distribution
  9. Doctor Death and Coronavirus: Supplicating Santa Muerte for Holy Healing
  10. Creativity, Sociability, Solidarity: New-Wave Carnival Krewes’ Responses to COVID‑19 in New Orleans
  11. Du quilt aux « masques COVID » : l’exercice d’application des normes AFNOR relève-t-il du bricolage de fortune ou du geste de participation civile ?
  12. Circling COVID: Making in the Time of a Pandemic
  13. What Does a Pandemic Sound Like? The Emergence of COVID Verbal Art
  14. Second Life comme espace de sociabilité pendant la pandémie de COVID-19
  15. Writing against “Mask Culture”: Orientalism and COVID-19 Responses in the West
  16. Queer and COVID‑19 Positive: Contagion, Suspicion, and Stigma

Articles / Articles

  1. Residues of History Affect, and the Resonance of Revolutionary Spirits in Two Cuban Forms of Spiritism
  2. Growing (with) Muskeg: Oil Sands Reclamation and Healing in Northern Alberta

Ideas: Blair Rutherford’s Ground of Politics and Farm Labour in Zimbabwe / Idées : politiques de terrain et travail agricole au Zimbabwe

Film and Exhibit Reviews / Comptes rendus de films et expositions

Book Reviews / Revues de livres

  1. Schram, Ryan. Harvests, Feasts and Graves: Postcultural Consciousness in Contemporary Papua New Guinea. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2018, 253 pages
  2. Burke, Paul. An Australian Indigenous Diaspora: Warlpiri Matriarchs and the Refashioning of Tradition. New York: Berghahn Books, 2018, 222 pages
  3. Donaldson, Emily C. Working with the Ancestors: Mana and Place in the Marquesas Islands. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2019, 280 pages
  4. Borofsky, Robert. An Anthropology of Anthropology: Is It Time to Shift Paradigms? Kailua, HI: Center for Public Anthropology, 2019, 345 pages
  5. Bernard Arcand. Les Cuivas. Une ethnographie où il sera question de hamacs et de gentillesse, de Namoun, Colombe et Pic, de manguiers, de capybaras et de yopo, d’eau sèche et de pêche à l’arc, de meurtres et de pétrole, de l’égalité entre les hommes et les femmes. Montréal : Lux Éditeur, 2019, 359 pages
  6. Bunn, Stephanie (ed.). Anthropology and Beauty: From Aesthetic to Creativity. New York: Routledge, 2018, 483 pages
  7. Katia Buffetrille et Isabelle Henrion-Dourcy (dir.), Musique et épopée en Haute-Asie. Paris : L’Asiathèque, 2017, 432 pages
  8. Camminga, B. Transgender Refugees and the Imagined South Africa. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 301 pages
  9. Anne E. Calvès, Fatou Binetou Dial et Richard Marcoux (dir.), Nouvelles dynamiques familiales en Afrique, Québec : Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2018, 419 pages
  10. Appel, Hannah. The Licit Life of Capitalism: US Oil Industry in Equatorial Guinea. Durham, London: Duke University Press, 2019, 332 pages
  11. Jain, Lochlann. Things that Art: A Graphic Menagerie of Enchanted Curiosity. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2019, 128 pages
  12. Laugrand, Frédéric B., Jarich G. Oosten. Inuit, Oblate Missionaries, and Grey Nuns in the Keewatin, 1865-1965. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019, 520 pages
  13. Fienup-Riordan, Ann, Marie Meadem and Alice Rearden. Akulmiut Neqait / Fish and Food of the Akulmiut, University of Alaska Press, 2019, 452 pages
  14. Mains, Daniel. Under Construction: Technologies of Development in Urban Ethiopia. Durham/London: Duke University Press, 2019, 240 pages
  15. Enzo Lesourt, Survivre à l’Anthropocène. Par-delà guerre civile et effondrement. Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 2018, 271 pages
  16. Gibson, Rebecca. Desire in the Age of Robots and AI: An Investigation in Science Fiction and Fact. New York and London: (Pivot Series) Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, 141 pages
  17. Phillips, Robert. Virtual Activism: Sexuality, the Internet, and a Social Movement in Singapore, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020, 168 pages


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