"Integration and Conflict Studies" Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle/Saale and Berghahn Books

About the series and published volumes 

The series is a forum for the publication of outstanding scholarly monographs and edited volumes which contribute to the study of integration and conflict, a topic that is at the core of contemporary social sciences and a matter of general public concern. The major objective of the series is to provide first-rank contributions to a better understanding of identifications and inter-group relations that we conceptualize as underlying all processes of integration and conflict. The regional scope of the series is open, with West Africa, North-Eastern Africa, Central and Southeast Asia receiving particular attention as focus areas of our research.

Authors are invited to submit book proposals on the general topic of the series. Preference is given to empirically rich studies with a clear theoretical focus relating to this general theme.

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The Wheel of Autonomy. Rhetoric and Ethnicity in the Omo Valley

Volume XVIII

Author: Felix Girke
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York

Bishkek Boys. Neighbourhood Youth and Urban Change in Kyrgyzstan’s Capital

Bishkek Boys. Neighbourhood Youth and Urban Change in Kyrgyzstan’s Capital

Volume XVII

Author: Philipp Schröder
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
Difference and Sameness as Modes of Integration. Anthropological Perspectives on Ethnicity and Religion<br /><br />

Difference and Sameness as Modes of Integration. Anthropological Perspectives on Ethnicity and Religion

Volume XVI

Edited by Günther Schlee and Alexander Horstmann
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
On Retaliation. Towards an Interdisciplinary Understanding of a Basic Human Condition<br /><br />

On Retaliation. Towards an Interdisciplinary Understanding of a Basic Human Condition

Volume XV

Edited by Bertram Turner and Günther Schlee
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
‘City of the Future’. Built space, modernity and urban change in Astana

Volume XIV

Author: Mateusz Laszczkowski

Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York

Staying at Home. Identities, memories and social networks of Kazakhstani Germans

Volume XIII

Author: Rita Sanders
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York

The Upper Guinea Coast in Global Perspective

Volume XII

Editors: Jacqueline Knörr, Christoph Kohl

Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York

Masks and Staffs<br />Identity Politics in the Cameroon Grassfields
Volume XI

Author: Michaela Pelican
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York

Volume X

Editors: Martine Guichard, Tilo Grätz, Youssouf Diallo
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York

Creole Identity in Postcolonial Indonesia
Volume IX

Author: Jacqueline Knörr
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
Domesticating Youth. Youth bulges and their socio-political implications in Tajikistan
Volume VIII

Author: Sophie Roche
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
Volume VI

Author: Olaf Zenker
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
Volume V

Editors: Anatoly M. Khazanov, Günther Schlee
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
Volume IV

Author: Dereje Feyissa
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
Volume III

Editors: Günther Schlee, Elizabeth E. Watson
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
Volume II

Editors: Günther Schlee, Elizabeth E. Watson
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
Volume I

Author: Günther Schlee
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford & New York
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