In this Issue

Original Articles

Embodied value: Wealth-in-people
Sibel Kusimba | Abstract

Wealth in people and the value of historic Oberlin Cemetery, Raleigh, North Carolina
Dru McGill, John K. Millhauser, Alicia McGill, Vincent Melomo, Del Bohnenstiehl, John Wall | Abstract

Investment, value, and the making of entrepreneurship in India
Ipshita Ghosh | Abstract

Toward a corporeal economy: Evaluating the Cambodian dancer’s laboring body as commodity
Celia Tuchman-Rosta | Abstract

Whose work is real work? A triple labor framework for sustainable development initiatives
Hilary B. King | Abstract

“Paint it black”: Wealth-in-people and Early Classic Maya blackware pottery
Michael G. Callaghan | Abstract

Bad deaths, good funerals: The values of life insurance in New Orleans
Nikki Mulder | Abstract

People refusing to be wealth: What happens when South African workers are denied access to “belonging in”
Christine Jeske | Abstract

Wealth-in-people and practical rationality: Aspirations and decisions about money in South Africa
Erik Bähre | Abstract

The value of farming: Multifaceted wealth generation through cooperative development
Sarah Franzen | Abstract

“Still good life”: On the value of reuse and distributive labor in “depleted” rural Maine
Cindy Isenhour, Brieanne Berry | Abstract

Volume 7, Issue 2