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Published July, 2022
By Eric I. Karchmer
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Published July, 2022
By Eric I. Karchmer
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Published July, 2022
By Cheryl Mattingly, Lisa Stevenson, Lone Gron and Robert Desjarlais
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Published July, 2022
By Cheryl Mattingly, Lisa Stevenson, Lone Gron and Robert Desjarlais
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Published October, 2021
By Jonathan Alexander
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Published October, 2021
By Jonathan Alexander
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Published July, 2021
By Mary Cappello
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Published June, 2021
By Tatiana Chudakova
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Mixing Medicines is an ethnography of Russian medicine's attempts to recuperate indigenous therapeutic traditions associated with the state's ethnic and religious minorities. Based in Buryatia, a traditionally Buddhist region in southeastern Siberia, the book traces the uneven terrains of encounter between indigenous healing, the state, and transnational medical flows.

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Published June, 2021
By Tatiana Chudakova
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Mixing Medicines is an ethnography of Russian medicine's attempts to recuperate indigenous therapeutic traditions associated with the state's ethnic and religious minorities. Based in Buryatia, a traditionally Buddhist region in southeastern Siberia, the book traces the uneven terrains of encounter between indigenous healing, the state, and transnational medical flows.

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Published May, 2021
By Vaibhav Saria
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This engrossing ethnography of one of South Asia's third gendered or trans populations reveals not a group of marginalized others but a way of life composed of laughter, struggles, and desires. The book shows how hijras trouble how we read queerness, kinship, and the psyche.

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