Journal Article (4)

Journal Article
Kofti, Dimitra, Arne Harms, and Isabell Rivoal. 2023. Editorial. Social Anthropology/Anthropologie sociale 31(4): v-vi. DOI:
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Kofti, Dimitra. 2019. "Prin ke meta": pollaples hronikotites ke metashimatismoi tis ergasias sti Voulgaria. Archeiotaxio 21: 27–55.
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Kofti, Dimitra. 2016. "Communists" on the shop floor: anticommunism, crisis, and the transformation of labor in Bulgaria. Focaal 2016(74): 69–82. DOI:
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Kofti, Dimitra. 2016. Moral economy of flexible production: fabricating precarity between the conveyor belt and the household. Anthropological Theory 16(4): 433–453. DOI:

Book Chapter (4)

Book Chapter
Kofti, Dimitra. 2020. Financialized kinship and challenges for the Greek oikos. In: Chris Hann and Don Kalb (eds.). Financialization: relational approaches. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 6. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 266–285.
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Kofti, Dimitra. 2018. Regular work in decline, precarious households, and changing solidarities in Bulgaria. In: Chris Hann and Jonathan Parry (eds.). Industrial labor on the margins of capitalism: precarity, class, and the neoliberal subject. 1. ed. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 4. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 111–133.
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Angelidou, Aliki and Dimitra Kofti. 2013. Greek (ad)ventures in Sofia: economic elite mobility and new cultural hierarchies at the margins of Europe. In: Ger Duijzings (ed.). Global villages: rural and urban transformations in contemporary Bulgaria. Anthem Series on Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies. London: Anthem Press, pp. 191–207.
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Kofti, Dimitra. 2009. Acquiring power across the borders: Greek tourists in Bulgari. In: Dimitar Benchev, Othon Anastasakis, and Nicholas Vrousalis (eds.). Greece in the Balkans: memory, conflict and exchange. 1. ed. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 219–236.

Monograph (1)

Kofti, Dimitra. 2023. Broken glass, broken class: transformations of work in Bulgaria. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 12. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.
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