The latest issue of PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review marks the end of Heath Cabot and William Garriott’s tenure as the editors-in-chief of PoLAR. In their introduction, “In Good Faith: Editing and Knowledge Production in Precarious Times,” Cabot and Garriott reflect on their four years as editors and share their insights on academic publishing and precarity in the field.
The Editors’ Introduction is available in its entirety on the PoLAR website.
“A Dot on a Map”: Cartographies of Erasure in Garifuna Territory
Keri Vacanti Brondo
ParticiPat: Exploring the Impact of Participatory Governance in the Heritage Field
Pablo Alonso Gonzalez, David Gonzalez-Alvarez, and Joan Roura-Exposito
Mediated Agency and Funeral Insurance in China
Andrew B. Kipnis
A special thank you to Heath and William for all of their work over the last few years.