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The Network Inside Out (review)

The Network Inside Out (review) book and media reviews 443 the most salient aspects of the text The Network Inside Out, by Annelise rather than attempting to provide Riles. Ann Arbor: University of an exhaustive account of it. Michigan Press, 2001. isbn 0-472- Riles is an associate professor at 08832-7, xxiii + 242 pages, tables, Northwestern School of Law and a figures, maps, photographs, orthogra- research fellow with the American phy and abbrevations, notes, bibliog- Bar Association. Based on fifteen raphy, index. Paper, us$26.95. months of fieldwork in Fiji and with Fiji nongovernmental organizations It feels terribly redundant trying to (ngos) at international meetings review a book that concludes that the between 1994 and 1995, her book present conditions of globalization was awarded the Certificate of Merit and transnationalism have left no of the American Society for Inter- further room for analysis to expand national Law in 2001. She frames (184). To whit: “The insights of her interdisciplinary interests in the anthropological studies of globaliza- following terms: tion often seem oddly anticipated by “How I might make the ending the subjects of transnational ethno- points of legal knowledge — the puz- graphic enquiry themselves. . . . zles, frustrations, facts, and commit- Anthropological analysis http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

The Network Inside Out (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 16 (2) – Aug 31, 2004

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University of Hawai'I Press
Copyright
Copyright © 2004 University of Hawai'i Press.
ISSN
1527-9464

Abstract

book and media reviews 443 the most salient aspects of the text The Network Inside Out, by Annelise rather than attempting to provide Riles. Ann Arbor: University of an exhaustive account of it. Michigan Press, 2001. isbn 0-472- Riles is an associate professor at 08832-7, xxiii + 242 pages, tables, Northwestern School of Law and a figures, maps, photographs, orthogra- research fellow with the American phy and abbrevations, notes, bibliog- Bar Association. Based on fifteen raphy, index. Paper, us$26.95. months of fieldwork in Fiji and with Fiji nongovernmental organizations It feels terribly redundant trying to (ngos) at international meetings review a book that concludes that the between 1994 and 1995, her book present conditions of globalization was awarded the Certificate of Merit and transnationalism have left no of the American Society for Inter- further room for analysis to expand national Law in 2001. She frames (184). To whit: “The insights of her interdisciplinary interests in the anthropological studies of globaliza- following terms: tion often seem oddly anticipated by “How I might make the ending the subjects of transnational ethno- points of legal knowledge — the puz- graphic enquiry themselves. . . . zles, frustrations, facts, and commit- Anthropological analysis

Journal

The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Aug 31, 2004

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