My intellectual projects are publishing projects, and currently I am finishing one, am part way through a second.
The project being completed is based on a panel at the EASA conference in Paris in 2012, which assesses the effects of postmodernism on the discipline and what different sorts of anthropology we might want to do in the future. It is called Anthropology after the Crisis and all that remains is to see it through the production process, with Routledge.
The project that I am part way through is concerned with the relationship between neoliberal reform and the appearance of fraud, crime and corruption in the economic realm. It is tentatively titled Fraud, Crime and Corruption in a Neoliberal Era. I have located contributors and they have produced draft chapters, which are now being commented upon and revised.