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Riles, Annelise. Forthcoming b. The Virtual Sociality of Rights: The Case of Women's Rights Are Human Rights. In Transnational Legal Process, ed. Likosky, Michael. London: Blackwell.
Riles, Annelise. Forthcoming c. Property as Instrument: Towards a Technical Anthropology. In The New Property, ed. Verdery, K., and Humphreys, C. New York: Wenner-Gren.
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