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Darfur and the Crisis of Governance in Sudan
A Critical Reader
This book provides the most comprehensive, balanced, and nuanced account yet published of the Darfur conflict's roots and the contemporary realities that shape the experiences of those living in the region.



The Dark Side of Paradise
Political Violence in Bali
Geoffrey Robinson
"The Dark Side of Paradise is an effective attempt to put the politics back into Bali's twentieth-century history. With a sure mastery of both Indonesian and Dutch sources, Robinson analyzes the class tensions between aristocrats and commoners during...



Deaf in Japan
Signing and the Politics of Identity
Karen Nakamura
A groundbreaking study of deaf identity, minority politics, and sign language, traces the history of the deaf community in Japan.



The Debate about Colour Naming in 19th-Century German Philology
This selection of work directs itself toward the growing field of psychology and the shifting ground on which it was to form the later debates about color naming and categorization.



Defending the Border
Identity, Religion, and Modernity in the Republic of Georgia
Mathijs Pelkmans
This book, one of the first in English about everyday life in the Republic of Georgia, describes how people construct identity in a rapidly changing border region.



The Depths of Russia
Oil, Power, and Culture after Socialism
Douglas Rogers
In The Depths of Russia, Douglas Rogers offers a nuanced and multifaceted analysis of oil's place in Soviet and Russian life, based on ethnographic fieldwork and archival research in the Perm region of the Urals.



Diamond Stories
Enduring Change on 47th Street
Renée Rose Shield
Sequestered within the heart of a cosmopolitan city is an exotic world—a place where diamonds, astronomically priced, are bought and sold on the strength of a handshake, and business disputes are resolved according to ancient Jewish principles of...



Digging Up Bones
Don R. Brothwell
Every year hundreds of human skeletal remains are brought to the surface by engineering works, quarrying or planned archaeological exploration. These remains provide vital clues to unraveling man's antiquity—their position and location, relation to...



A Disability of the Soul
An Ethnography of Schizophrenia and Mental Illness in Contemporary Japan
Karen Nakamura
A sensitive and multidimensional portrait of what it means to live with mental illness in contemporary Japan.



Distant Companions
Servants and Employers in Zambia, 1900-1985
Karen Tranberg Hansen



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