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Editors’ Notes: Cultural Anthropology has published a number of articles on performance, including Chris Garces's “The Cross Politics of Ecuador's Penal State” (2010), Jesse Weaver Shipley's “Comedians, Pastors, and the Miraculous Agency of Charisma in Ghana” (2009), and Jeffrey G. Snodgrass's “Imitation Is Far More Than the Sincerest of Flattery: The Mimetic Power of Spirit Possession in Rajasthan, India” (2002).

Cultural Anthropology has also published articles on Evangelical Christianity. See, for example, William E. Connolly's “Some Theses on Secularism” (2011) and Omri Elisha's “Moral Ambitions of Grace: The Paradox of Compassion and Accountability in Evangelical Faith-Based Activism” (2008).