Spiritual Economies

For Cultural Anthropology 2018-2019 there were two selections to discuss from the Guest reader:

  • Daromir Rudnyckyj, “From Wall Street to Halal Street
  • Kenneth J. Guest, “Liminal Youth Among Fuzhou Chinese Undocumented Workers”

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