INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
VOL. 2 (2009) NO. 1

Contents

(Abstracts only)


  • Introduction: Liminality and Cultures of Change

    3
  • Uses and meanings of liminality

    5
  • On the Margins of the Public and the Private: Louis XIV at Versailles

    29
  • Liminality and the Wild West: The Frontier Myth, Manifest Destiny and the Building of the American Empire

    36
  • Liminality and the unreal class of the image-making craft: An Essay on Political Alchemy

    51
  • Critical Processes and Political Fluidity: a Theoretical Appraisal

    74
  • The Liminal Origins of Democracy

    91
  • Liminality and Postcommunism: The Twenty-First Century as the Subject of History

    110
  • Haunted Houses and Liminality: from the Deserted Homes of the “Faithful Departed” to the Social Desert of Schismogenesis

    127
  • Liminality and Experience: Structuring transitory situations and transformative events

    141
  • NOTES ON AUTHORS

    173

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