Contents

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Introduction
Something Borrowed, Something New? Practices and Politics of Imitation
Petra Tjitske Kalshoven and Andrew Whitehouse
7
Anthropology and Its Embodiments
19th Century Museum Ethnography and the Re-enactment of Indigenous Knowledges

Gwyneira Isaac
11
Making Thinking Visible
The Method of Copying
Patricia Cain
31
Things in the Making
Playing with Imitation
Petra Tjitske Kalshoven
59
Disabling as Mimesis and Alterity
Making Humanoid Robots at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Kathleen Richardson
75
Non-Representational Mimesis
Grönemeyer with Plato

Jan Söffner
91
My Boss
Insincerity, Capitalism and Development in PNG

Will Rollason
103
Metropolitan and Traditional
An Exploration of the Semantics in Contemporary Indian Arts Discourse

Aurogeeta Das
118
IN CONVERSATION: WRITING CULTURE
The Self-Reflective Turn in Ethnography: From Dialogue to Narcissism?
Peter Geschiere
137
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