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AcknowledgmentsNote on TransliterationIntroduction1. Getting Sited in Cambodia2. The Funeral3. Rice, Water, Hierarchy: The Wild and the Civil4. Building Deathpower and Rituals of Sovereignty5. Binding Mighty Death: The Craft and Authority of the Rag Robe in Cambodian Ritual Technology6. Gifts and Hungry Ghosts7. Eating Leftovers, Rumors, and Witchcraft8. Buddhism Makes BrahmanismNotesKhmer GlossaryWorks CitedIndex
Erik W. Davis is associate professor of religious studies at Macalester College. His research interests include contemporary religious movements, spirit possession, and the ritualization of ethnic boundaries.