Edited: Felicity Aulino
Felicity Aulino is a medical anthropologist and ethnographic filmmaker with primary area specialization in Thailand. She is currently a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Massachusett s Amherst and the Five College Consortium Program in Culture, Health, and Science.
Afterword: Michael M.J. Fischer
Michael M.J. Fischer is Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Humanities and Professor of Anthropology and Science and Technology Studies at MIT. Among his most recent books is Dispersed Knowledges: Persian Poesis in the Transnational Circuitry.
Edited: Miriam Goheen
Miriam Goheen is Professor of Anthropology-Sociology and Black Studies at Amherst College and editor of The African Studies Review. Her publications include Men Own the Fields, Women Own the Crops: Gender and Power in the Cameroon Highlands.
Edited: Stanley J. Tambiah
Stanley J. Tambiah is Esther and Sidney Rabb Professor (Emeritus) of Anthropology at Harvard University. He began field work in Sri Lanka (1956–1959), the island of his birth, and later worked in Thailand. He is the author of ten books, including World Conqueror and World Renouncer: A Study of Religion and Polity in Thailand against a Historical Background (1976), The Buddhist Saints of the Forest and the Cult of Amulets: A Study in Charisma, Hagiography, Sectarianism, and Millennial Buddhism (1984), Magic, Science, Religion, and the Scope of Rationality (1990), Buddhism Betrayed? Religion, Politics, and Violence in Sri Lanka (1992), and Leveling Crowds: Ethnonationalist Conflicts and Collective Violence in South Asia (1996).