KUV - Publications

A list of publications on kinship by the team members since KUV started in 2013.

2018

1.
Heady, Patrick. 2018. Priests and midwives: godparenthood and the cognitive framing of kinship and local ties. Journal of Family History 43(1): 88–98.
2.
Ismailbekova, Aksana and Baktygul Karimova. 2018. Ethnic differentiation and conflict dynamics: Uzbeks' marginalisation and non-marginalisation in southern Kyrgyzstan. In: André Chappatte, Ulrike Freitag, and Nora Lafi (eds.). Understanding the city through its margins: pluridisciplinary perspectives from case studies in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Routledge Studies in Modern History 31. London; New York: Routledge, pp. 161–184.
3.
Vasile, Monica, Jennifer R. Cash, and Patrick Heady (eds.). 2018. Contemporary godparenthood in Central and Eastern Europe. Journal of Family History 43(1).

2017

4.
Bechtold, Louise. 2017. The ritual economy of bread and women's identity in southern Kyrgyzstan. In: Aida Alymbaeva (ed.). CASCA: Centre for Anthropological Studies on Central Asia; food and identity in Central Asia 2. Field Notes and Research Projects/Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Department Integration and Conflict 19. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 103–116.
5.
Heady, Patrick and Mikolaj Szoltysek (eds.). 2017. Special Issue: Murdock and Goody revisited: (pre)history and evolution of family systems, part I. Cross-Cultural Research 51(2).
6.
Heady, Patrick and Mikolaj Szoltysek (eds.). 2017. Special Issue: Murdock and Goody revisited: (pre)history and evolution of family systems, part II. Cross-Cultural Research 51(3).
7.
Heady, Patrick and Mikolaj Szoltysek. 2017. Editors’ introduction: Murdock and Goody revisited. Cross-Cultural Research 51(2): 79–91.
8.
Heady, Patrick. 2017. A “Cognition and Practice” approach to an aspect of European kinship. Cross-Cultural Research 51(3): 285–310.
9.
Heady, Patrick, Martine Guichard, and Alexander Pashos. 2017. Kinship Universals and Variation (KUV). Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Department 'Integration and Conflict' 2014/2016. http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0000-F5F1-B. Accessed 2017.
10.
Ismailbekova, Aksana. 2017. Blood ties and the native son: poetics of patronage in Kyrgyzstan. New Anthropologies of Europe. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
11.
Ismailbekova, Aksana. 2017. "Better to hold on to salt than to hold on to your daughter": marriage strategy in the aftermath of the conflict in Osh, Kyrgyzstan. In: Sophie Roche (ed.). The family in Central Asia: new perspectives. Islamkundliche Untersuchungen 332. Berlin: Klaus Schwarz Verlag, pp. 108–125.
12.
Ismailbekova, Aksana and Günther Schlee. 2017. El parentesco en Asia Central desde una perspectiva comparatista. In: Soledad Jiménez Tovar (ed.). Pertenencias múltiples, identidades cruzadas: nuevas perspectivas sobre Asia Central. 1. ed. México: El Colegio de México, pp. 49–86.
13.
Pashos, Alexander. 2017. Asymmetric caregiving by grandparents, aunts, and uncles and the theories of kin selection and paternity certainty: how does evolution explain human behavior toward close relatives? Cross-Cultural Research 51(3): 263–284.
14.
Schlee, Günther. 2017. Prólogo. In: Soledad Jiménez Tovar (ed.). Pertenencias múltiples, identidades cruzadas: nuevas perspectivas sobre Asia Central. México: El Colegio de México, pp. 9–11.
15.
Schlee, Günther and Al-Amin Abu-Manga. 2017. Fulbe in the Blue Nile area of Sudan: field notes and interviews. Field Notes and Research Projects/Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Department Integration and Conflict 16. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.
16.
Schlee, Günther. 2017. Omaha terminologies: global distribution patterns and how they may have come about. Cross-Cultural Research 51(2): 117–141.
17.
Heady, Patrick. 2017. Feeling secure to reproduce: economy, community and fertility in Southern Europe. In: Philip Kraeger and Astrid Bochow (eds.). Fertility, conjuncture, difference: anthropological approaches to the heterogeneity of modern fertility declines. 1. ed. Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality 36. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 133–163.

2016

18.
Heady, Patrick and Lale Yalçın-Heckmann. 2016. Pre-Bronze-Age principles?: implications of endogamy in the south-west Eurasian highlands. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 176. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.
19.
Pashos, Alexander. 2016. Lebenszufriedenheit und Glück – ein Motiv für Großelternschaft? Eine Analyse anhand von Daten des Deutschen Alterssurveys. In: Christine Henninghausen, Benjamin P. Lange, and Frank Schwab (eds.). Evolution des Sozialen. Die Psychogenese der Menschheit 3. Lengerich: Pabst, pp. 154–163.
20.
Pashos, Alexander. 2016. Grandparental investment. In: Todd K. Shackelford and Viviana Weekes-Shackelford (eds.). Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 1–9.
21.
Pashos, Alexander, Sascha Schwarz, and David F. Bjorklund. 2016. Kin investment by step-grandparents: more than expected. Evolutionary Psychology 14(1): 1–13.

2015

22.
Ismailbekova, Aksana. 2015. Single mothers in Osh: well-being and coping strategies of women in the aftermath of the 2010 conflict in Kyrgyzstan. Focaal 2015(71): 114–127.

2014

23.
Guichard, Martine, Tilo Grätz, and Youssouf Diallo (eds.). 2014. Friendship, descent and alliance in Africa: anthropological perspectives. Integration and Conflict Studies 10. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.
24.
Guichard, Martine. 2014. Where are other people's friends hiding?: reflections on anthropological studies of friendship. In: Martine Guichard, Tilo Grätz, and Youssouf Diallo (eds.). Friendship, descent and alliance in Africa: anthropological perspectives. Integration and Conflict Studies 10. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 19–41.
25.
Tadesse, Wolde Gossa and Martine Guichard. 2014. Friendship networks in southwestern Ethiopia. In: Martine Guichard, Tilo Grätz, and Youssouf Diallo (eds.). Friendship, descent and alliance in Africa: anthropological perspectives. Integration and Conflict Studies 10. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 57–73.
26.
Heady, Patrick. 2014. Thinking scientifically about kinship: towards an axiomatic formulation of ethnographic insights. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 158. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0023-D769-E. Accessed 2014.
27.
Pashos, Alexander, Gulnazira Kinjabaeva, Aksana Ismailbekova, Yuliya Absalyamova, and Carsten Niemitz. 2014. An analysis of patrilateral kin investment biases in two patrilocal Kipchak Turk populations from Kirgizstan and Bashkortostan. Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta: Serija 23; Antropologija 3: 77–77.
28.
Osman, Elhadi Ibrahim and Günther Schlee. 2014. Hausa and Fulbe on the Blue Nile: land conflicts between farmers and herders. In: Jörg Gertel, Richard Rottenburg, and Sandra Calkins (eds.). Disrupting territories: land, commodification & conflict in Sudan. Eastern Africa Series. Woodbridge; Rochester: Currey, pp. 206–225.
29.
Schlee, Günther. 2014. The construction of life phases and some facts of life. In: Sophie Roche (ed.). Domesticating youth: youth bulges and their socio-political implications in Tajikistan. Integration and Conflict Studies 8. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. IX-XVII.

2013

30.
Ismailbekova, Aksana. 2013. Migration and patrilineal descent: the effects of spatial male mobility on social female mobility in rural Kyrgyzstan. Crossroads Asia Working Paper Series 13. Bonn: Center for Development Research (ZEF).
31.
Ismailbekova, Aksana. 2013. "Circle of trust": functions and mechanisms of patron-dient relations in the private farm. In: Pınar Akçalı (ed.). Politics, identity and education in Central Asia: post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan. Routledge Advances in Central Asian Studies 3. London: Routledge, pp. 71–97.
32.
Schlee, Günther. 2013. Fulbe pastoralists in eastern Sudan and western Ethiopia: a documentation. http://web.eth.mpg.de/subsites/schlee_diary_02/index.html. Accessed 2013.
33.
Schlee, Günther and Martine Guichard. 2013. Fulbe and Uzbeks compared. In: Peter Finke and Günther Schlee (eds.). CASCA: Centre for Anthropological Studies on Central Asia; framing the research, initial projects. Field Notes and Research Projects/Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Department Integration and Conflict 6. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 25–62.
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