It’s the end of the summer so I have a variety of updates to make to keep up with all the things I’ve been publishing. First up is a book review of Roger Lohmann’s edited volume Haunted Pacific: Anthropologists Investigate Spectral Apparitions across Oceania. I was not super-impressed by Roger’s theoretical framing of the project (although I like and respect him personally) but the chapters he brought together were very good. I especially liked Christiane Falck’s. Go take a look at my review and/or the book!
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Alex Golub is an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. He is a political anthropologist who studies kinship, customary land tenure, and the mining and petroleum industry in Papua New Guinea. He also studies the video game World of Warcraft, and is an advocate for open access scholarly communications. His book "Leviathans at the Gold Mine" has been published by Duke University Press. View all posts by Rex