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***em***Afro-Paradise: Blackness, Violence, and Performance in Brazil***em*** by Christen Smith 137
***em***Santa Muerte***em***: Saint of the Dispossessed, Enemy of Church and State 404
***em***El Diario del Che Gay en Chile***em*** de Víctor Hugo Robles 520
***em***Aurality: Listening and Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century Colombia***em*** de Ana María Ochoa Gautier 356
***em***El Diario del Che Gay en Chile***em*** de Víctor Hugo Robles 323
***em***Why Haiti Needs New Narratives: A Post-Quake Chronicle***em*** by Gina Athena Ulysse 152
***em***Aurality: Listening and Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century Colombia***em*** de Ana María Ochoa Gautier 180
***em***Imagined Globalization***em*** by Néstor García Canclini 157
***em***Secure the Soul: Christian Piety and Gang Prevention in Guatemala***em*** by Kevin Lewis O'Neill 161
***em***Religion without Redemption: Social Contradictions and Awakened Dreams in Latin America***em*** by Luis Martínez Andrade 349
***em***Mobile Selves: Race, Migration, and Belonging in Peru and the U.S.***em*** de Ulla D. Berg 308
***em***Representación y fronteras: El performance en los límites del género***em*** de Stephany Slaughter y Hortensia Moreno Macías 563
***em***Queering Acts of Mourning in the Aftermath of Argentina's Dictatorship: The Performances of Blood***em*** by Cecilia Sosa 188
***em***After the Wrath of God: AIDS, Sexuality, and American Religion***em*** by Anthony M. Petro 198
***em***Mobile Selves: Race, Migration, and Belonging in Peru and the U.S.***em*** de Ulla D. Berg 331
***em***Cali, ciudad abierta. Arte y cinefilia en los años setenta***em*** (2 ed.) de Katia González Martínez 857
***em***Dancing Jacobins: A Venezuelan Genealogy of Latin American Populism***em*** by Rafael Sánchez 281
Max Koo, Detail of The Expulsion of the Money-Changers from the Temple, 2012

States of Devotion

Religion, Neoliberalism, Biopolitics

Volume 13  |  Issue 1  |  2016

Editorial Remarks

Ann Pellegrini & Juan Marco Vaggione Invited Editors

This issue maps the changing intersections of religion and biopolitics, examining the convergent trajectories of religion, subjectivity, and the State in the wake of neoliberal regimes across the Americas. The essays, interviews, and art works contained herein seek to foreground emerging and longstanding social conflicts activated by these processes and to suggest an open-ended multidisciplinary map for the critical engagement of these issues in the American hemisphere.

Book Reviews

Review Essays