Tracking Globalization

How can globalization be understood and questioned-ethnographically, historically, theoretically? How do people imagine and act upon their place in the world? This series addresses these questions by tracing the shifting and uneven circulation of objects, images, and people. It focuses on the everyday lives of people materially connected by such circulation. Works in the series take multiple disciplinary approaches to the emerging methodological challenges of multi-sited research. Contact: Jennika Baines, Acquisitions Editor, bainesj@indiana.edu

Robert J. Foster, editor
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Aging and the Indian Diaspora

Cosmopolitan Families in India and Abroad

LAMB, SARAH

Paperback  $30.00 
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The American War in Contemporary Vietnam

Transnational Remembrance and Representation

Schwenkel, Christina

Paperback  $26.00 
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Consuming Ocean Island

Stories of People and Phosphate from Banaba

Teaiwa, Katerina Martina

Paperback  $28.00 
Hardback  $80.00 
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Fast Money Schemes

Hope and Deception in Papua New Guinea

Cox, John

Paperback  $34.00 
Hardback  $70.00 
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Generations and Globalization

Youth, Age, and Family in the New World Economy

Paperback  $24.95 
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Global Filipinos

Migrants' Lives in the Virtual Village

McKay, Deirdre

Hardback  $80.00 
Paperback  $28.00 
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Globalizing Tobacco Control

Anti-smoking Campaigns in California, France, and Japan

Roddey Reid

ebook  $19.95 
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Illicit Flows and Criminal Things

States, Borders, and the Other Side of Globalization

Paperback  $26.00 
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Made in Mexico

Zapotec Weavers and the Global Ethnic Art Market

Wood, William Warner

Paperback  $28.00 
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Recycling Indian Clothing

Global Contexts of Reuse and Value

Norris, Lucy

Paperback  $24.95 
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Street Dreams and Hip Hop Barbershops

Global Fantasy in Urban Tanzania

Weiss, Brad

Paperback  $24.95