Book Review (19)

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Book Review
Reyna, Stephen P. 1985. Economic anthropology: topics and theories. American Anthropologist 87(1): 172–173.
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Book Review
Reyna, Stephen P. 1976. L'homme, le fait social et le fait politique: Georges Davy. American Anthropologist 78(3): 654–655.

Collected Edition (6)

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Collected Edition
Behrends, Andrea, Stephen P. Reyna, and Günther Schlee (eds.). 2011. Crude domination: an anthropology of oil. Dislocations 9. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.
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Collected Edition
Reyna, Stephen P. and R.E. Downs (eds.). 1999. Deadly developments: capitalism, states and war. War and Society 5. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach.
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Collected Edition
Reyna, Stephen P. and R.E. Downs (eds.). 1994. Studying war: anthropological perspectives. War and Society 2. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach.
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Collected Edition
Downs, R. E., Donna O. Kerner, and Stephen P. Reyna (eds.). 1993. The political economy of African famine. 2. ed. Food and Nutrition in History and Anthropology 9. Philadelphia: Gordon and Breach.
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Collected Edition
Downs, R.E. and Stephen P. Reyna (eds.). 1988. Land and society in contemporary Africa. Hanover: University Press of New England.
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Collected Edition
Reyna, Stephen P. (ed.). 1980. Sahelian social development. Abidjan: Regional Economic Development Services Office, West Africa, USAID.

Monograph (4)

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Monograph
Reyna, Stephen P. 2017. Starry nights: critical structural realism in anthropology. Loose Can(n)ons 1. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.
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Monograph
Reyna, Stephen P. 2016. Deadly contradictions: the new American empire and global warring. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.
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Monograph
Reyna, Stephen P. 2002. Connections: brain, mind and culture in a social anthropology. London: Routledge.
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Monograph
Reyna, Stephen P. 1990. Wars without end: the political economy of a precolonial African state. Hanover: University Press of New England.

Monograph - PhD (1)

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Monograph - PhD
Reyna, Stephen P. 1972. The costs of marriage: a study of some factors affecting northwest Barma fertility. New York: Columbia University.
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