Comparative Studies in Society and History: an International Quaterly

Cambridge, Cambridge University Press
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ISSN: 0010-4175
Conservata in: Firenze, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali - Punto di servizio: Economia, Coll: Riv. Str. 0247
Consistenza: a. 1, 1958/59-a. 43, 2001
Lacune: a. 16, 1974, 1

Conservata in: Firenze, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali - Punto di servizio: Scienze Politiche, Coll: Riv. Str. 0064
Consistenza: a. 1, 1958/59-
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a. 64, 2022, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 259

THE VARIETIES OF MYSTICAL ISLAM
Pooyan Tamimi Arab, Can Muslims Drink? Rumi Vodka, Persianate Ideals, and the Anthropology of Islam, p. 263
Shozab Raza, The Sufi and the Sickle: Theorizing Mystical Marxism in Rural Pakistan, p. 300

NAMES, NARRATIVES, AND HIDDEN TRANSCRIPTS
Stuart Kirsch, Scientific Ghostwriting in the Amazon? The Role of Experts in the Lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador, p. 335
Iracema Dulley, Naming Others: Translation and Subject Constitution in the Central Highlands of Angola (1926-1961) , p. 363
Alp Yenen, The Talat-Tehlirian Complex: Contentious Narratives of Martyrdom and Revenge in Post-Conflict Societies , p. 394

MEMORY ECONOMIES AND MORAL ECONOMIES
Hedwig A. Waters, Building Merit: The Moral Economy of the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Rural, Post-Socialist Eastern Mongolia, p. 422
Edward Murphy, Putting Neoliberalism in a Place: A Memory Site, Urban Restructuring, and Property's Entanglements in Chile, p. 446
Christina Schwenkel, The Things They Carried (and Kept): Revisiting Ostalgie in the Global South , p. 478
Jean-Baptiste Pettier, "A question of bank notes, cars, and houses!" Matchmaking and the Moral Economy of Love in Urban China , p. 510


a. 64, 2022, 1

Editorial Foreword, p. 1

MORAL EXEMPLARITY AND THE ICONS OF FASCISM
Caroline Humphrey, The Slippages of Exemplary Action: The Case of Ataman Semenov, p. 4
Hannah Malone, The Fallen Soldier as Fascist Exemplar: Military Cemeteries and Dead Heroes in Mussolini's Italy, p. 34
Adam Reed, Sympathy for Oswald Mosley: Politics of Reading and Historical Resemblance in the Moral Imagination of an English Literary Society, p. 63
ORDINARY FASCISM
Paolo Heywood, Ordinary Exemplars: Cultivating "the Everyday" in the Birthplace of Fascism, p. 91
Stephen Gundle, Mussolini between Hero Worship and Demystification: Exemplary Anecdotes, Petite Histoire, and the Problem of Humanization, p. 122

FASCIST REVIVALS, NEOFASCISM, AND THE YOUTH
Agnieszka Pasieka, "Tomorrow belongs to us": Pathways to Activism in Italian Far-Right Youth Communities, p. 150
Nitzan Shoshan, Hitler, for Example: Registers of National Socialist Exemplarity in Contemporary Germany, p. 179
Francisco Ferrándiz, Francisco Franco Is Back: The Contested Reemergence of a Fascist Moral Exemplar, p. 208

PLAGUE NARRATIVES
Michael Meng, Writing on Death: Plague Narratives. A Review Essay, p. 238


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Editorial Foreword, p. 765

SOVEREIGN AESTHETICS
Courtney Bender, Mrs. Rockefeller's Exquisite Corpse768
Yaniv Feller, Whose Museum Is It? Jewish Museums and Indigenous Theory798

WAR AND LABOR DURING AND AFTER SLAVERY
Gervase Phillips, Laura Sandy, Slavery and the "American Way of War" 1607-1861, p. 825
John Higginson, Making Sense of "Senseless Violence": Thoughts on Agrarian Elites and Collective Violence during "Reconstruction" in South Africa and the American South, p. 851

STATE-CORPORATION ALLIANCES
Veronika Kusumaryati, Freeport and the States: Politics of Corporations and Contemporary Colonialism in West Papua, p. 881
Marina Welker, Indonesia's Cigarette Culture Wars: Contesting Tobacco Regulations in the Postcolony, p. 911

ON ARCHIVAL LACUNAE AND GENEALOGICAL GAPS
Zehra Hashmi, Making Reliable Persons: Managing Descent and Genealogical Computation in Pakistan, p. 948
Danna Agmon, Historical Gaps and Non-existent Sources: The Case of the Chaudrie Court in French India, p. 979

Corrigendum


a. 63, 2021, 3

Editorial Foreword, p. 531

ISLAM AND MASCULINITY
Michael G. Peletz, Hegemonic Muslim Masculinities and Their Others: Perspectives from South and Southeast Asia, p. 534

HIJACKING THE HUMAN
Matthias Van Rossum, Slavery and Its Transformations: Prolegomena for a Global and Comparative Research Agenda, p. 566
Sonia Rupcic, Mens Daemonica: Guilt, Justice, and the Occult in South Africa, p. 599
Charles Anderson, When Palestinians Became Human Shields: Counterinsurgency, Racialization, and the Great Revolt (1936-1939), p. 625

SENTIMENTAL STATES
Jon Piccini, Duncan Money, "A Fundamental Human Right"? Mixed-Race Marriage and the Meaning of Rights in the Postwar British Commonwealth, p. 655
Ed Pulford, Differences over Difference: Sino-Russian Friendship at Interstate and Interpersonal Scales, p. 685
Charles A. Mcdonald, Rancor: Sephardi Jews, Spanish Citizenship, and the Politics of Sentiment, p. 722

INEQUALITY IN PIKETTY
Richard Lachmann, Peter Brandon, Piketty and the Political Origins of Inequality, p. 752


a. 63, 2021, 2

Editorial Foreword, p. 277

EMPIRE AND ETHNICITY
Krishan Kumar, Colony and Empire, Colonialism and Imperialism: A Meaningful Distinction?, p. 280
Victor Lieberman, Ethnic Hatred and Universal Benevolence: Ethnicity and Loyalty in Precolonial Myanmar, and Britain, p. 310
Thomas R. Trautmann, Megasthenes on the Military Livestock of Chandragupta and the Making of the First Indian Empire, p. 339

SUBTERRANEAN POLITICS: SOIL AND COAL
Roberta Biasillo, Claiton Marcio Da Silva, The Very Grounds Underlying Twentieth-Century Authoritarian Regimes: Building Soil Fertility in Italian Libya and the Brazilian Cerrado, p. 366
Matthew Shutzer, Subterranean Properties: India's Political Ecology of Coal, 1870-1975, p. 400

TEA LEAVES
Sarah Besky, The Plantation's Outsides: The Work of Settlement in Kalimpong, India, p. 433
Christine Folch, Ceremony, Medicine, Caffeinated Tea: Unearthing the Forgotten Faces of the North American Stimulant Yaupon (Ilex vomitoria), p. 464

EMBODIED READING
Britt Halvorson, Ingie Hovland, Reconnecting Language and Materiality in Christian Reading: A Comparative Analysis of Two Groups of Protestant Women, p. 499


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Editorial Foreword, p. 1

"BIG MEN" PASTS
Derek R. Peterson, Richard Vokes, Nelson Abiti, Edgar C. Taylor, The Unseen Archive of Idi Amin: Making History in a Tight Corner, p. 5
WALE ADEBANWI, Burying "Zik of Africa": The Politics of Death and Cultural Crisis, p. 41

MAKING HUMAN KINDS IN AFRICA AND CHINA
Jonathon Glassman, Toward a Comparative History of Racial Thought in Africa: Historicism, Barbarism, Autochthony, p. 72
Erik Mueggler, Rewriting Bondage: Literacy and Slavery in a Qing Native Domain, p. 99

MAPPING SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY
Michelle U. Campos, Mapping Urban "Mixing" and Intercommunal Relations in Late Ottoman Jerusalem: A Neighborhood Study, p. 133
Marieke Bloembergen, The Politics of "Greater India", a Moral Geography: Moveable Antiquities and Charmed Knowledge Networks between Indonesia, India, and the West, p. 170

RELIGIOUS CONVERSION AT THE FRONTIER
Mathijs Pelkmans, Frontier Dynamics: Reflections on Evangelical and Tablighi Missions in Central Asia, p. 212
Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky, Becoming Armenian: Religious Conversions in the Late Imperial South Caucasus, p. 242

IN MEMORIAM
Thomas R. Trautmann, Raymond Grew 1930-2020, p. 273

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