New Books

Author: Maria SapignoliPublisher: Cambridge, New York, Melbourne; Cambridge University Press

Hunting justice: displacement, law and activism in the Kalahari

Author: Maria Sapignoli
Publisher: Cambridge, New York, Melbourne; Cambridge University Press
Authors: Chris Hann, Jonathan Parry (eds.)Publisher: New York, Oxford; Berghahn

Industrial labor on the margins of capitalism. Precarity, class, and the neoliberal subject

Authors: Chris Hann, Jonathan Parry (eds.)
Publisher: New York, Oxford; Berghahn
Authors: Jacqueline Knörr, Wilson Trajano Filho (eds.)Publisher: Leiden; Brill

Creolization and pidginization in contexts of postcolonial diversity

Authors: Jacqueline Knörr, Wilson Trajano Filho (eds.)
Publisher: Leiden; Brill

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Dominik, Müller. 2017. Latest Thinking: How Has the Islamic Party of Malaysia’s Stance Towards Popular Culture Evolved? 13 min.

Latest Thinking

Dominik, Müller. 2017. Latest Thinking: How Has the Islamic Party of Malaysia’s Stance Towards Popular Culture Evolved? 13 min.
Christoph, Brumann. 2017. Latest Thinking: How Is the UNESCO World Heritage Title Being Awarded and What Are Its Consequences? 14 min.

Latest Thinking

Christoph, Brumann. 2017. Latest Thinking: How Is the UNESCO World Heritage Title Being Awarded and What Are Its Consequences? 14 min.
Foblets, Marie-Claire. 2016. How Do Moroccans Residing in Different Countries Perceive the Modernized Family Code? 15 min.

Latest Thinking

Foblets, Marie-Claire. 2016. How Do Moroccans Residing in Different Countries Perceive the Modernized Family Code? 15 min.
Hann, Chris. 2016. Is There Actually a Continental Divide Between Europe and Asia?  12 min.

Latest Thinking

Hann, Chris. 2016. Is There Actually a Continental Divide Between Europe and Asia?  12 min.
Schlee, Günther. 2016. Are Conflicts in the 21st Century Mainly Identity-based? 17 min.

Latest Thinking

Schlee, Günther. 2016. Are Conflicts in the 21st Century Mainly Identity-based? 17 min.

Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology

Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology

The Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology is one of the world’s leading centres for research in socio-cultural anthropology. Common to all research projects at the Max Planck Institute is the comparative analysis of social change; it is primarily in this domain that its researchers contribute to anthropological theory, though many programmes also have applied significance and political topicality. [more]
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Across Eurasia: All Liberal Bets Off?

Author: Chris Hann
March 26, 2018


 
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