In this Issue

Editor’s note

Editor’s note
Brandon D. Lundy | Full text

Articles

When disinformation makes sense: Contextualizing the war on coal in Appalachian Kentucky
Shelly Annette Biesel | Abstract

Religious networks and small businesses in Senegal
Laura L. Cochrane | Abstract

Honesty and economy on a highway: Entanglements of gift, money, and affection in the narratives of Ukrainian sex workers
Dafna Rachok | Abstract

Gendering human capital development in Western Alaska
Marie E. Lowe, Suzanne Sharp | Abstract

Gaming the crisis: Derivatives and unemployment in Spain
Jorge Núñez | Abstract

Recovering solidarity? Work, struggle, and cooperation among Italian recovered enterprises
Giovanni Orlando | Abstract

Network marketing and state legitimacy in China: Regulating trust from physical workplaces to virtual spaces
Charlotte Bruckermann| Abstract

Dreaming like a market: The hidden script of financial inclusion in China’s P2P lending platforms
Yichen Rao | Abstract

Wind extraction? Gifts, reciprocity, and renewability in Colombia’s energy frontier
Steven Schwartz | Abstract

Detained settlements: The infrastructures and temporalities of digital financial transactions between the United States and Cuba
Mrinalini Tankha | Abstract

“No trabajaré pa’ ellos”: Entrepreneurship as a form of state resistance in Havana, Cuba
John Vertovec | Abstract

The Symposium

What does economic anthropology contribute to the understanding of climate change?

What ancient landscapes contribute to climate change: QUESTION: “What does economic anthropology contribute to the understanding of climate change?”
Vernon L. Scarborough | First Page

Anthropological engagements with integrated assessment modeling: QUESTION: “What does economic anthropology contribute to the understanding of climate change?”
Pamela McElwee | First Page

Reversing the question: Malinowskian legacies and the anthropology of climate change: QUESTION: “What does economic anthropology contribute to the understanding of climate change?”
Paige West | Full text

Climate change as a cultural artifact: Anthropological insights to help avert systemic collapse: QUESTION: “What does economic anthropology contribute to the understanding of climate change?”
Thomas A. Reuter | Full text

Materiality, inequality, and future-making as focal points of future engagement of economic anthropology with climate change: QUESTION: “What does economic anthropology contribute to the understanding of climate change?” Michael Bollig | Full text

Volume 8, Issue 1