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Out of Work or Out of Time? Rethinking Labor after the Financial Crisis
Workfare, Familyfare, Godfare: Transforming Contingency into Necessity
Child Street Labor in Brazil: Licit and Illicit Economies in the Eyes of Marginalized Youth
Limits of “Labor”: Accounting for Affect and the Biological in Transnational Surrogacy and Service Work
T. E. Woronov
Doing Time: Mimetic Labor and Human Capital Accumulation in Chinese Vocational Schools
Labor Transplant: “Point-to-Point” Transnational Labor Migration in East Asia
Jamie Peck and Nik Theodore
Politicizing Contingent Work: Countering Neoliberal Labor Market Regulation... from the Bottom Up?
The Time of the Contract: Insurance, Contingency, and the Arrangement of Risk
Neferti X. M. Tadiar
Life-Times in Fate Playing
Labor, Finance, and Counterrevolution: Finally Got the News at the End of the Short American Century
AGAINST the DAY
Struggles against US Military Bases
Note from the Editor
Christopher T. Nelson
Occupation without End: Opposition to the US Military in Okinawa
No Dal Molin: The Antibase Movement in Vicenza
What If You Can’t Protest the Base? The Chagossian Exile, the Struggle for Democracy, and the Military Base on Diego Garcia
Challenging US Military Presence in the Philippines
Protesting the Expansion of US Military Bases in Pyeongtaek: A Local Movement in South Korea
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