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Acknowledgments PART ONE: INTRODUCTIONS 1. Prologue 2. A Conversation in a Bar at the Front 3. Making Things Invisible PART TWO: WAR 4. Finding the Front Lines 5. Violence 6. Power PART THREE: SHADOWS 7. Entering the Shadows 8. A First Exploratory Definition of the Shadows 9. The Cultures of the Shadows: The Meat, Potatoes, Diamonds, and Guns of Daily Life PART FOUR: PEACE? 10. The Institutionalization of the Shadows: (Habits of War Mar Landscapes of Peace) 11. The Autobiography of a Man Called Peace 12. The Time of Not War Not Peace 13. Peace 14. The Problems with Peace PART FIVE: DANGEROUS PROFITS 15. Ironies in the Shadows: (Literally) Untold Profits and a Key Source of Development 16. Why Don't We Study the Shadows? 17. Epilogue: Two Sides of the Same Coin Postscript: The War of the Month Club--Iraq Notes Bibliography Index
Carolyn Nordstrom is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Notre Dame. She is the author of A Different Kind of War Story (1997) and the coeditor of Fieldwork under Fire: Contemporary Studies of Violence and Survival (California, 1995) and The Paths to Domination, Resistance, and Terror (California, 1992).