arIella azoulay
is a writer, curator, and filmmaker. She is the author of Civil
Imagination: The Political Ontology of Photography (2011), From Palestine to Israel: A Photo-
graphic Record of Destruction and State Formation, 1947–1950 (2011), and The Civil Contract
of Photography (2008).
sHaraD cHarI
is an associate professor at the Centre for Indian Studies in Africa,
and the anthropology department at the University of the Witwatersrand in South
Africa. He is the author of Fraternal Capital (2004), The Development Reader (2008), and
articles in Comparative Studies in Society and History, Radical History Review, South Atlantic
Quarterly, and other journals. He is currently completing a monograph titled Apart-
heid Remains.
JoHn collIns
is an associate professor of anthropology at Queens College and
the Graduate Center, City University of New York. His Revolt of the Saints: Memory and
Redemption in the Twilight of Brazilian “Racial Democracy,” a study of the making of a Bra-
zilian World Heritage site in the ruins of the Portuguese South Atlantic, is forthcom-
ing from Duke. He is currently conducting fieldwork for a new project on hunters of
white- tailed deer in central New Jersey.
e. ValentIne DanIel
is a professor of anthropology at Columbia University in the
City of New York.
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