PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review
© American Anthropological Association
Edited By: John Conley and Justin Richland
Online ISSN: 1555-2934
Recently Published Issues
New Virtual Issue
The Political and Legal Anthropology Review celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Law and Society Association (LSA) by dedicating its 2014 virtual issue to the LSA annual meeting theme: Law and Inequalities – Global and Local. Read the Virtual Issue for FREE here.
Virtual Issue: NGOs
Virtual Issue: Reflections from Occupied Worlds
Virtual Issue: Transparency
Recently published articles in PoLAR
Spillover sections contain original material that is connected to the topics discussed in issues of PoLAR. In its on-line sections, the journal connects established scholars with the new generation of political and legal anthropologists. Younger scholars who submit articles and are published in PoLAR enter into direct conversations with leaders in their fields.
Here, Heath Cabot discusses on her doctoral fieldwork and the challenges of documenting asylum in Greece. Salvatore Poier provides a supplemental reflection that attests to how even the seemingly mundane aspects of documentation entail ethnographic dilemmas.
Bureaucracy: Ethnography of the State in Everyday Life