Preface and Acknowledgments A Note on Translation and Terminology Introduction: An Ethnography of Affinities 1 * Hidden Within, Imported from Without: A Social Category through Time 2 * Essentially Jewish: Body, Soul, Self 3 * Outsider, In-Between: Becoming Marranos 4 * "My Lost Brothers and Sisters!": Tourism and Cultural Logics of Kinship 5 * From Ancestors to Affection: Making Connections, Making Kin Conclusion: Strangers, Kin, and the Global Search for Belonging Notes References Index
Naomi Leite is Lecturer in Social Anthropology and Director of Studies in Anthropology of Travel and Tourism at SOAS, University of London.
"Groundbreaking... Methodologically innovative and written in a compelling narrative style, Unorthodox Kin is a model study in the anthropology of kinship, tourism, and globalization that will appeal to a wide readership." Portuguese American Journal