Contents of Volume XXII, Number 1, Spring 2001

DOING GOOD: WORK AS MISSION IN SILICON VALLEY AND BEYOND

J.A. English-Lueck, Guest Editor

Introduction: J. A. English-Lueck

Techno-Missionaries Doing Good at the Center

Charles N. Darrah

Silicon Missionaries and Identity Evangelists

J.A. English-Lueck and Andrea Saveri

Work as Mission in an Immigrant Community and Its Homeland

James M. Freeland

Constructing Working Selves: Silicon Valley Assemblers Meet the New Work Order

Glynda Hull

 

Missionary Zeal and High Tech on Floridaís Space Coast

Ellen Puccia, Kathryn M. Borman, Susan D. Greenbaum, and Kevin A. Yelvington

High-Tech Guilds in the Era of Global Capital

E. Gabriella Coleman

 

Book Review Essay

Herb Applebaum: An Appreciation

Jim Weil

Book Reviews

William P. Mitchell on Gloria Rudolfís Panamaís Poor: Victims, Agents, and Historymakers; Tom Gill on David L. McConnellís Diversity: Inside Japanís JET Program; Ethel Hazard on Lee Bakerís From Savage to Negro: Anthropology and the Construction of Race, 1896-1954.


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