Publications

Journal Article (10)

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Mikuš, Marek. 2019. Contesting household debt in Croatia: the double movement of financialization and the fetishism of money in Eastern European peripheries. Dialectical Anthropology 43(3): 295–315.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2018. Between recognition and redistribution: disability, (human) rights, and struggles over welfare in Serbia. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 24(2): 293–312.
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Crehan, Kate and Marek Mikuš. 2018. Gramsci, Ethnography, and "Class". Anthropology News 59(5): e251–e254.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2016. The justice of neoliberalism: moral ideology and redistributive politics of public-sector retrenchment in Serbia. Social Anthropology 24(2): 211–227.
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Mikuš, Marek and Goran Dokić. 2016. "Nobody's stronger than the state": crisis and hope among Serbian NGO workers and veterans. Ethnologia Balkanica 18: 385–403.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2015. Informal networks and interstitial arenas of power in the making of civil society law in Serbia. Sociologija 57(4): 571–592.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2015. Indigenizing “civil society” in Serbia: what local fund-raising reveals about class and trust. Focaal 2015(71): 43–56.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2011. “State pride”: politics of LGBT rights and democratisation in “european Serbia.” East European Politics and Societies 25(4): 843–851.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2009. Naprieč hranicami, mimo autentického a falošného: transnacionálna antropológia, turizmus a identita. Sociální Studia 5(4): 193–216.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2008. Diskurzívna (de)konštrukcia kolektívnej identity: súperiace obrazy ‘Rómov.’ Český Lid 95(3): 251–272.

Book Chapter (4)

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Book Chapter
Mikuš, Marek. 2021. The anthropology of financialization in Eastern Europe. In: Mark S. Aldenderfer (ed.). Oxford research encyclopedia of anthropology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2020. Making debt work: devising and debating debt collection in Croatia. In: Chris Hann and Don Kalb (eds.). Financialization: relational approaches. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 6. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 241–265.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2015. ‘Faggots won’t walk through the city’: religious nationalism and LGBT pride parades in Serbia. In: Srdjan Sremac and Reinder Ruard Ganzevoort (eds.). Religious and sexual nationalisms in Central and Eastern Europe: gods, gays and governments. Religion and the Social Order 26. Leiden; Boston: Brill, pp. 15–32.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2015. Civil society and EU integration of Serbia: toward a historical anthropology of globalizing post-socialist Europe. In: Hana Červinková, Michal Buchowski, and Zdenek Uherek (eds.). Rethinking ethnography in Central Europe. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 147–171.

Working Paper (7)

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Working Paper
Mikuš, Marek. 2020. Financialization of the state in Croatia: findings of an interview-based case study. GEOFIN Working Papers 9. Dublin: GEOFIN research.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2019. Financialization of the state in postsocialist East-Central Europe: conceptualization and operationalization. GEOFIN Working Papers 3. Dublin: GEOFIN research.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2019. Financialization of the state in postsocialist East-Central Europe: analysis of secondary quantitative data. GEOFIN Working Papers 4. Dublin: GEOFIN research.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2019. Financialization of the state in Croatia: a preliminary analysis. GEOFIN Working Papers 5. Dublin: GEOFIN research.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2017. Public advocacy in Serbia: translating democratisation in a double semiperiphery. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 180. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.
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Mikuš, Marek. 2013. ‘European Serbia’ and its ‘civil’ discontents: beyond liberal narratives of modernisation. Working Papers Series (Centre for Southeast European Studies) 7. Graz: Centre for Southeast European Studies.
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