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This chapter maps the vitality of kinship and its queer relations across four areas: property and personhood; social death / social life; natures/cultures; and variability / relatedness otherwise. It demonstrates both how queer anthropology generates critical categories and methods for anthropological conceptions of kinship broadly and how an analysis of kinship remains central to queer theorizations of personhood, relatedness, and sociality.

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