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Chris Hann
Chris Hann
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Phone: +49 (0) 345 29 27 201

Miscellaneous

Translations:

1982 Hungarian Folk Beliefs, by Tekla Dömötör; Bloomington, Indiana University Press,  (from the Hungarian).

1989 (with Ildikó Bellér-Hann) The Ottoman Empire in Europe, by Klára Hegyi and Vera Zimányi; Budapest, Corvina (from the Hungarian).

Bibliography:

Annotated bibliography for “Economic Anthropology”, Oxford Bibliographies Online, OUP, 2013.

Chris Hann

Publications

Journal Article (123)

  1. 1.
    Hann, Chris. 2017. Industry and inequality in Eurasia (2012-2015). Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Department ‘Resilience and Transformation in Eurasia’ 2014-2016: 17–22.
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    Hann, Chris. 2017. Preface. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Department ‘Resilience and Transformation in Eurasia’ 2014-2016: V-VI.
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    Hann, Chris. 2017. Introduction: Eurasia; topical agendas for an engaged social anthropology. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Department ‘Resilience and Transformation in Eurasia’ 2014-2016: 1–14.
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    Hann, Chris. 2017. Social support and kinship in China and Vietnam. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Department ‘Resilience and Transformation in Eurasia’ 2014-2016: 61–68.
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    Hann, Chris and Lale Yalçın-Heckmann. 2017. Realising Eurasia: civilisation and moral economy in the 21st century (European Research Council Advanced Grant REALEURASIA). Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Department ‘Resilience and Transformation in Eurasia’ 2014-2016: 83–96.
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    Hann, Chris. 2016. The Anthropocene and anthropology: micro and macro perspectives. European Journal of Social Theory: 1–14.
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    Hann, Chris. 2016. Jack Goody (1919-2015) obituary. American Anthropologist 118(1): 226–229.
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    Hann, Chris. 2016. A concept of Eurasia. Current Anthropology 57(1): 1–10.
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    Hann, Chris. 2016. Overheated underdogs: civilizational analysis and migration on the Danube-Tisza interfluve. History and Anthropology 27(5): 602–616.
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    Hann, Chris. 2016. Postcard: actually exiting socialism?: could Cuba pioneer forms of syncretism in the field of political economy? Arena 142: 42–45.
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    Hann, Chris. 2016. Cucumbers and courgettes: rural workfare and the new double movement in Hungary. Intersections 2(2): 38–56.
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    Hann, Chris. 2016. The Wisłok project, 1978-1985. Lud 100: 83–92.
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    Hann, Chris. 2015. Goody, Polanyi and Eurasia: an unfinished project in comparative historical economic anthropology. History and Anthropology 26(3): 308–320.
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    Hann, Chris. 2015. The fragility of Europe's Willkommenskultur. Anthropology Today 31(6): 1–2.
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    Hann, Chris. 2015. Backwardness revisited: time, space, and civilization in rural Eastern Europe. Comparative Studies in Society and History 57(4): 881–911.
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    Hann, Chris. 2015. After ideocracy and civil society: Gellner, Polanyi and the new peripheralization of Central Europe. Thesis Eleven 128(1): 41–55.
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    Hann, Chris. 2015. Obštirnata gradina na Antropologijata i nejnite bezkrajno plodonosni poleta. Bălgarska Etnologija XLI(3): 361–373.
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    Hann, Chris. 2015. Declining Europe: a reply to Alessandro Testa. Anthropology of East Europe Review 33(2): 89–93.
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    Alexander, Catherine, Chris Hann, and Jonathan Parry. 2014. Economic Anthropology. Report / Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung 2012/2013(1): 58–63.
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    Hann, Chris. 2014. Evolution, institutions, and human well-being: perspectives from a critical social anthropology. Journal of Bioeconomics 16(1): 61–69.
 
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