In this Issue

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note| Full text

Research Articles

Missionary, citizen, and consumer: Evangelical American child sponsorship and humanitarian marketing in the 1950s and 1960s
Kari B. Henquinet | Abstract

Mirabel Airport: In the name of development, modernity, and Canadian unity
Éric Gagnon Poulin | Abstract

From money to culture: The practical indeterminacy of Bitcoin’s values and temporalities
Yura Yokoyama | Abstract

Accessing cash(lessness): Cash dependency, debt, and digital finance in a marginalized Roma neighborhood
Camilla Ida Ravnbøl | Abstract

“Jobbos” and the “wageless life”: Exploring work and responsibility in the anti-fracking movement in Lancashire, United Kingdom
Sarah G.P. O’Brien | Abstract

Who are neorurals? or, How capitalist time discipline dilutes political projects and makes it difficult to propose an alternative
Ieva Snikersproge | Abstract

Usurious strangers and “a better tomorrow”: Agricultural loans, education, and the “poverty trap” in rural Sierra Leone
Catherine E. Bolten, Richard “Drew” Marcantonio | Abstract

Patch-work: The economic and moral complementarity of informal entrepreneurs’ multiple projects in Congo-Brazzaville
Rundong Ning | Abstract

SPECIAL SECTION: Rethinking Redistribution and Reciprocity through the Lens of Taxation

Game of tax: Rethinking the relationship between redistribution and reciprocity through a Georgian tax lottery
Lotta Björklund Larsen | Abstract

Distributed fiscal relations and their imaginaries: Metaphors of redistribution and reciprocity in struggles about distributive justice in Austria
Andreas Streinzer | Abstract

Productivist fiscal deservingness: Entangled understandings of reciprocity and redistribution among German business owners
Andreas Streinzer, Sylvia Terpe | Abstract

The Symposium

Anthropological perspectives on race, nation, economics, and white supremacy: QUESTION: How can economic anthropology promote the construction of just and anti-racist economic forms?
Yolanda T. Moses | Full text

What a difference political economy makes: QUESTION: How can economic anthropology promote the construction of just and anti-racist economic forms?
Micaela di Leonardo | Full text

Anti-Black racism, anthropology, and reparations: QUESTION: How can economic anthropology promote the construction of just and anti-racist economic forms?
Kenneth M. Williamson | Full text

Amplify, decolonize, collaborate, question: Action items for promoting just and antiracist economies: QUESTION: How can economic anthropology promote the construction of just and anti-racist economic forms?
Karla Slocum | Full text

Roots and sprouts: Legacies and futures of historic racial economic inequities and models for ways forward: QUESTION: How can economic anthropology promote the construction of just and anti-racist economic forms?
Yolanda Covington-Ward | Full text

Book Reviews

The substance of society
Chris Hann | Full text

A mass conspiracy to feed people: Food Not Bombs and the world-class waste of global cities. By David Boarder Giles. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2021. 320 pp.
Kelly Alexander | Full text

The laziness myth: Narratives of work and the good life in South Africa. By Christine Jeske. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2020. 246 pp.
Xinyan Peng|Full text

Making women pay: Microfinance in urban India. By Smitha Radhakrishnan. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2022. 272 pp.
Sohini Kar | Full text

The organization of ancient economies: A global perspective. By Kenneth Hirth. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. 462 pp.
Glenn R. Storey | Full text

Taxis vs. Uber: Courts, markets, and technology in Buenos Aires. By Juan Manuel del Nido. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2021. 256 pp.
Jean-Philippe Warren | Full text

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