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NOTICE: New issues of PoLAR (Political and Legal Anthropology Review)
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We are pleased to simultaneously release two issues of PoLAR, our “regular” May issue and a supplemental issue entitled At Disciplinary Edges which explores the edges of anthropology and its neighboring disciplines. The supplement issue symposium offers extensive cross disciplinary book reviews emphasizing the benefits and challenges of interdisciplinary dialogue, and articles and commentaries on urban policing, the war on terror, and politics/history.
Not to be overshadowed, the articles in the May issue, highlight the contribution of ethnographic inquiry and analysis to modern social science; as editor Beth Meertz writes, “we celebrate this anthropological expertise in "capturing the crossroads" with a set of studies that richly exemplifies this potential for integrative analysis.”