Publications of Chris Hann

Journal Article (126)

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Hann, Chris. 1998. Proper peasants in the 'longue durée'. Budapest Review of Books 8(3-4): 145–148.
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Hann, Chris. 1997. The nation-state, religion, and uncivil society: two perspectives from the periphery. Daedalus 126(2): 27–45.
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Hann, Chris. 1996. "It's out there, like Mount Everest": thoughts on the Gellner legacy. Cambridge Anthropology 19(2): 35–49.
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Hann, Chris. 1996. Ethnic cleansing in Eastern Europe: Poles and Ukrainians beside the Curzon Line. Nations and Nationalism 2(3): 389–406.
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Hann, Chris. 1995. Subverting strong states: the dialectics of social engineering in Hungary and Turkey. Daedalus 124(2): 133–153.
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Hann, Chris. 1994. After Communism: reflections on East European anthropology and the 'transition'. Social Anthropology 2(3): 229–249.
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Hann, Chris. 1994. Sources of Identity in the Laz Region. Turkish Studies Association Bulletin 18(1): 54–57.
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Hann, Chris. 1993. From comrades to lawyers: continuity and change in local political culture in rural Hungary. Anthropological Journal on European Cultures 2(1): 75–104.
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Hann, Chris. 1993. From production to property: decollectivization and the family-land relationship in contemporary Hungary; the Curl Prize Essay 1991. Man 28(2): 299–320.
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Hann, Chris. 1993. Elvtársaktól jogászokig: Szociálantropológiai jegyzet a rendszerváltásról. Valóság 36(3): 26–37.
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Hann, Chris. 1993. Culture and anti-culture: the spectre of orientalism in new anthropological writing on Turkey. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 24(3): 223–243.
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Hann, Chris. 1993. Religion and nationality in central Europe: the case of the Uniates. Ethnic Studies 10(1-3): 201–213.
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Hann, Chris. 1992. Radical functionalism: the life and work of Karl Polanyi. Dialectical Anthropology 17(2): 141–166.
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Hann, Chris and Bellér-Hann Ildikó. 1992. Samovars and sex on Turkey's Russian markets. Anthropology Today 8(4): 3–6.
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Hann, Chris. 1991. Notes on the transition in Tázlár. Cambridge Anthropology 15(3): 1–21.
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Hann, Chris. 1990. Second thoughts on smallholders: tea production, the state and social differentiation in the Rize region. New Perspectives on Turkey 4: 57–79.
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Hann, Chris. 1990. Socialism and King Stephen's right hand. Religion in Communist Lands 18(1): 4–24.
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Hann, Chris. 1990. Second economy and civil society. Journal of Communist Studies 6(2): 21–44.
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Hann, Chris. 1990. Introduction. Journal of Communist Studies 6(2): 1–20.
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Hann, Chris. 1988. Christianity's internal frontier: the case of Uniates in South-East Poland. Anthropology Today 4(3): 9–13.
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Hann, Chris. 1986. Notes from a medical college. Cambridge Anthropology 11(3): 104–108.
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Hann, Chris. 1985. Rural transformation on the East Black Sea coast of Turkey: a note on Keyder. Journal of Peasant Studies 12(4): 101–110.
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Hann, Chris. 1982. Kisüzemi gazdálkodás Tázláron a hetvenes években. Ethnographia 93(1): 33–72.
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Hann, Chris. 1980. Rural change in Hungary and Poland. Cambridge Anthropology 6(1/2): 142–150.
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Hann, Chris. 1980. Tázlár: the frontier community since 1945. New Hungarian Quarterly 21(78): 139–147.
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Hann, C. M. 1979. Tázlár: the frontier community on the Great Plain. New Hungarian Quarterly 20(74): 116–121.

Book Chapter (138)

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Hann, Chris. 2021. L'avenir est noir: un guide-couleur de la politique de la Covid-19 en Allemagne. In: Shigehisa Kuriyama, Ota de Leonardis, Carlos Sonnenschein, and Ibrahima Thioub (eds.). Covid-19: tour du monde. Paris: Manucius, pp. 102–103.
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Hann, Chris. 2021. Populism and moral economy. In: Lene Pedersen and Lisa Cliggett (eds.). The SAGE handbook of cultural anthropology. The Sage Handbook of the Social Sciences. Los Angeles; London; New Delhi; Singapore; Washington; Melbourne: SAGE, pp. 612–618.
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Hann, Chris. 2020. Preface. In: Chris Hann and Don Kalb (eds.). Financialization: relational approaches. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 6. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. IX-XII.
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Hann, Chris. 2020. "A frontier crossed in the breath": the Polish kresy and the Welsh marches compared. In: Jan Hinrichsen, Jan Lange, and Raphael Reichel (eds.). Diversities: theories and practices; Festschrift for Reinhard Johler. Untersuchungen 123. Tübingen: Tübinger Vereinigung für Volkskunde, pp. 197–210.
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Hann, Chris. 2019. Conceit and deceit in the European Union: imaginaries of Europe and a pan-Eurasian alternative. In: Jóhann Páll Árnason (ed.). European integration: historical trajectories, geopolitical contexts. Annual of European and Global Studies. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 201–220.
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Hann, Chris. 2019. Socialism: ethics, ideologies, and outcomes. In: Jeremy MacClancy (ed.). Exotic no more: anthropology for the contemporary world. 2. ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 121–136.
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Hann, Chris. 2019. Azok a 90-es évek, Kiskunhalason: külföldi szemmel. In: József Kovácz and Aurél Szakál (eds.). Kiskunhalas Története: Tanulmányok Kiskunhalasról a 20. század második feléből 4. Kiskunhalas: Kiskunhalas Város Önkormányzata; Halasi Múzeum Alapítvány; Thorma János Múzeum, pp. 551–565.
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Hann, C. M. 2018. Afterword: anthropology, Eurasia and global history. In: Jóhann Páll Arnason and Chris Hann (eds.). Anthropology and civilizational analysis: Eurasian explorations. SUNY Series: Pangaea II; Global/Local Studies. Albany: SUNY Press, pp. 339–353.
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Hann, Chris. 2018. "Countryside – soul of the nation": ideals and realities in contemporary Hungary. In: Magdalena Marszałek, Werner Nell, and Marc Weiland (eds.). Über Land: aktuelle literatur- und kulturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven auf Dorf und Ländlichkeit. Rurale Topografien 3. Bielefeld: transcript, pp. 187–200.
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Hann, Chris. 2018. Preface. 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. IX-XI.
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Hann, Chris. 2018. Economic anthropology. In: Hilary Callan (ed.). The international encyclopedia of anthropology 4. Hoboken; Chichester: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 1708–1723.
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Bellér-Hann, Ildikó and Chris Hann. 2017. Feudalism, socialism, and the present mixed economy in rural eastern Xinjiang. In: Kirsten W. Endres and Chris Hann (eds.). Socialism with neoliberal characteristics. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 45–50.
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Endres, Kirsten W. and Chris Hann. 2017. Preface. In: Kirsten W. Endres and Chris Hann (eds.). Socialism with neoliberal characteristics. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. VII-VIII.
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Hann, Chris. 2017. The human economy of pálinka in Hungary: a case study in longue durée lubrication. In: David Henig and Nicolette Makovicky (eds.). Economies of favour after socialism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 117–139.
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Hann, Chris. 2017. Introduction. In: Kirsten W. Endres and Chris Hann (eds.). Socialism with neoliberal characteristics. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 3–9.
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Hann, Chris. 2017. Migration und Integration aus der Perspektive der Visegrád-Staaten und -Gesellschaften. In: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften (ed.). Migration - Integration: Streitgespräche in den Wissenschaftlichen Sitzungen der Versammlung der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften am 10. Juni 2016 und am 9. Juni 2017. Debatte 18. Berlin: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 59–66.
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Hann, Chris and Ildikó Bellér-Hann. 2017. Magic, science, and religion in Eastern Xinjiang. In: Ildikó Bellér-Hann, Birgit N. Schlyter, and Jun Sugawara (eds.). Kashgar revisited: Uyghur studies in memory of Ambassador Gunnar Jarring. Brill's Inner Asian Library 34. Leiden; Boston: Brill, pp. 256–275.
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Hann, Chris. 2016. Postsocialist populist malaise: the elections of 2014 and the return to political monopoly in rural Hungary. In: Elena Soler and Luis Calvo (eds.). Transiciones culturales: perspectivas desde Europa central y del este. Biblioteca de dialectología y tradiciones populares 54. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, pp. 25–45.
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Hann, Chris. 2016. Eurovision identities: or, how many collective identities can one anthropologist possess? In: Thomas Hylland Eriksen and Elisabeth Schober (eds.). Identity destabilised: living in an overheated world. London: Pluto Press, pp. 240–249.
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Gudeman, Stephen and Chris Hann. 2015. Introduction: Self-sufficiency as reality and as myth. In: Stephen Gudeman (ed.). Oikos and market: explorations in self-sufficiency after socialism. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 2. New York: Berghahn, pp. 1–23.
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Gudeman, Stephen and Chris Hann. 2015. Introduction: ritual, economy, and the institutions of the base. In: Stephen Gudeman (ed.). Economy and ritual: studies of postsocialist transformations. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 1. New York: Berghahn, pp. 1–30.
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Hann, Chris. 2015. Minderheiten, Mehrsprachigkeit und Kofferpacken im 20. Jahrhundert: in Osteuropa und anderswo. In: Dietmar Müller and Adamantios Skordos (eds.). Leipziger Zugänge zur rechtlichen, politischen und kulturellen Verflechtungsgeschichte Ostmitteleuropas: [anlässlich des 60. Geburtstages von Stefan Troebst]. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, pp. 279–290.
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Hann, Chris. 2015. Ungarn: ein Land Mitteleuropas oder Mitteleurasiens? In: Johann P. Arnason, Petr Hlaváček, and Štefan Troebst (eds.). Mitteleuropa?: zwischen Realität, Chimäre und Konzept. Europaeana Pragensia 7. Praha: Univerzita Karlova v Praze, Filozofická Fakulta: Filosofia, pp. 115–131.
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Hann, Chris. 2015. Why postimperial trumps postsocialist: crying back the national past in Hungary. In: Olivia Angé and David Berliner (eds.). Anthropology and nostalgia. New York: Berghahn, pp. 96–122.
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Hann, Chris. 2015. Carpathian Rusyns: an unresolved problem for Eurasia in the heart of the European macro-region. In: Valerii Padiak and Patricia A. Krafcik (eds.). A jubilee collection: essays in honor of Paul Robert Magocsi on his 70th birthday. Uzhhorod; Prešov; New York: Valerii Padiak Publishers, pp. 247–257.
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Hann, Chris. 2015. Wo und wann war Eurasien?: kontrastierende Geschichtskonstruktionen auf kontinentaler Ebene. In: Jürgen Heyde, Karsten Holste, Dietlind Hüchtker, Yvonne Kleinmann, and Katrin Steffen (eds.). Dekonstruieren und doch erzählen: polnische und andere Geschichten. Göttingen: Wallstein, pp. 285–292.
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Hann, Chris. 2015. (Kultur-)Kämpfe der Gegenwart: Deutschland, Ukraine, Europa, Eurasien. In: Ingo Schneider and Martin Sexl (eds.). Das Unbehagen an der Kultur. Hamburg: Argument Verlag, pp. 157–179.
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Hann, Chris. 2015. Property: anthropological aspects. In: James D. Wright (ed.). International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences 19. 2. ed. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 153–159.
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Hann, Chris and László Kürti. 2015. Agrarian ideology and local governance: continuities in postsocialist Hungary. In: Adam Bedřich and Tomáš Retka (eds.). Knight from Komárov: to Petr Skalník for his 70th birthday. Praha: AntropoWeb, pp. 93–115.
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Alexander, Catherine, Chris Hann, and Jonathan Parry. 2014. Economic anthropology: Industry and Inequality in Eurasia. In: Jennifer R. Cash (ed.). Resilience and Transformation in Eurasia: 1999 - 2014. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 31–40.
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Hann, Chris. 2014. Hierarchies of knowledge and the gold standard for anthropology in Eurasia. In: Jennifer R. Cash (ed.). Resilience and Transformation in Eurasia: 1999 - 2014. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 3–8.
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Hann, Chris. 2014. Kinship and Social Support in China and Vietnam. In: Jennifer R. Cash (ed.). Resilience and Transformation in Eurasia: 1999 - 2014. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 11–21.
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Hann, Chris. 2014. Realising Eurasia: moral economy and civilisational pluralism in the twenty-first century. In: Jennifer R. Cash (ed.). Resilience and Transformation in Eurasia: 1999 - 2014. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 59–67.
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Hann, Chris. 2014. Varieties of capitalism and varieties of economic anthropology. In: Vassilis Nitsiakos, Ioannis Manos, Georgios Agelopoulos, Aliki Angelidou, and Vassilis Dalkavoukis (eds.). Balkan border crossings: third annual of the Konitsa Summer School. Balkan Border Crossings: Contributions to Balkan Ethnography 4. Wien: LIT, pp. 9–30.
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Hann, Chris. 2014. Harmonious or homogenous?: language, education and social mobility in rural Uyghur society. In: Trine Brox and Ildikó Bellér-Hann (eds.). On the fringes of the harmonious society: Tibetans and Uyghurs in socialist China. NIAS Studies in Asian Topics 53. Copenhagen: NIAS, pp. 183–208.
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Hann, Chris. 2014. Beyond Cold War, beyond otherness: some implications of socialism and postsocialism for anthropology. In: Christian Giordano, François Ruegg, and Andrea Boscoboinik (eds.). Does east go west?: anthropological pathways through postsocialism. Freiburger Sozialanthropologische Studien 38. Münster: LIT, pp. 35–56.
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Hann, Chris. 2014. Birds, crowns and Christian Europe: the ritual symbolism of the postsocialist Hungarian nation-state. In: Dariusza Niedźwiedzkiego (ed.). Kultura, tożsamość, integracja europejska. Kraków: Nomos, pp. 71–84.
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Hann, Chris. 2013. The universal and the particular in rural Xinjiang: ritual commensality and the mosque community. In: Magnus Marsden and Konstantinos Retsikas (eds.). Articulating Islam: anthropological approaches to Muslim worlds. Muslims in Global Societies Series 6. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 171–191.
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Hann, Chris. 2013. Introduction: nations and nationalism, societies and socialism, fields and wars. In: Aleksandar Bošković and Chris Hann (eds.). The anthropological field on the margins of Europe, 1945-1991. Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia: HSAE 29. Berlin: LIT, pp. 1–28.
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Bellér-Hann, Ildikó and Chris Hann. 2012. Mágia és vallás a politika árnyékában Kelet-Xinjiangban. In: Ildikó Landgraf and Zoltán Nagy (eds.). Az elkerülhetetlen: vallásantropológiai tanulmányok Vargyas Gábor tiszteletére. Budapest: L'Harmattan, pp. 151–170.
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Hann, Chris. 2012. Europe in Eurasia. In: Ullrich Kockel, Máiréad Nic Craith, and Jonas Frykman (eds.). A companion to the anthropology of Europe. Blackwell Companions to Anthropology 17. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 88–102.
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Hann, Chris. 2012. Laiklik and legitimation in rural Eastern Xinjiang. In: Nils Bubandt and Martijn van Beek (eds.). Varieties of secularism in Asia: anthropological explorations of religion, politics and the spiritual. Anthropology of Asia Series 18. London: Routledge, pp. 121–141.
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Hann, Chris. 2012. Big revolutions, two small disciplines, and socialism. In: David Shankland (ed.). Archaeology and anthropology: past, present and future. ASA Monographs 48. London: Berg, pp. 19–39.
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Hann, Chris. 2011. Auf der Suche nach Europa: zwei Beispiele aus der Peripherie einer peripheren Halbinsel. In: Reinhard Johler (ed.). Where is Europe?/ Wo ist Europa?/ Où est l'Europe?: Dimensionen und Erfahrungen des neuen Europa. Studien und Materialien. Tübingen: Institut für empirische Sozialforschung, pp. 221–240.
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Hann, Chris. 2011. Ostchristentum und westliche Sozialtheorie. In: Anna Briskina-Müller (ed.). Logos im Dialogos: auf der Suche nach der Orthodoxie; Gedenkschrift für Hermann Goltz (1946-2010). Forum Orthodoxe Theologie 11. Münster: LIT, pp. 583–593.
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Hann, Chris. 2011. Zivilgesellschaft. In: Fernand Kreff, Eva-Maria Knoll, and Andre Gingrich (eds.). Lexikon der Globalisierung. Global Studies. Bielefeld: transcript, pp. 447–450.
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Hann, Chris. 2011. Predely konstruktivizma v teorii etničnosti: razdum'ja po povodu "četvertoj Rusi" i "vtoroj Germanii". In: El'za-Bair Gučinova and Galina Komarova (eds.). Antropologija social'nych peremen: sbornik statej; k 70-letiju Valerija Aleksandroviča Tiškova. Moskva: ROSSPĖN, pp. 115–128.
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Hann, Chris. 2011. Foreword. In: Veronica Strang and Mark Busse (eds.). Ownership and appropriation. ASA Monographs 47. Oxford: Berg, pp. XV-XVII.
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Hann, Chris. 2010. Broken chains and moral lazarets: the politicization, juridification and commodification of religion after socialism. In: Chris Hann (ed.). Religion, identity, postsocialism: the Halle Focus Group 2003 - 2010. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 3–21.
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Hann, Chris. 2010. Class, clans and moral economy in rural Eurasia. In: François Ruegg and Andrea Boscoboinik (eds.). From Palermo to Penang: a journey into political anthropology = De Palerme à Penang: un itinéraire en anthropologie politique. Freiburger Sozialanthropologische Studien 30. Wien: LIT, pp. 195–204.
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Hann, Chris. 2010. 'Die Sváben und die Tóten sind ausgestorben!': über Stereotypen und 'Kulturen' im ländlichen Ungarn. In: Josef Wolf (ed.). Historische Regionen und ethnisches Gruppenbewusstsein in Ostmittel- und Südosteuropa: Grenzregionen - Kolonisationsräume - Identitätsbildung. Danubiana Carpathica 3-4=50/51.2009/10. München: Oldenbourg, pp. 471–497.
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Hann, Chris. 2010. Moral economy. In: Keith Hart, Jean-Louis Laville, and Antonio David Cattani (eds.). The human economy: a citizen's guide. Cambridge: Polity, pp. 187–198.
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Hann, Chris. 2010. Problems with the (de)privatization of religion [Reprint]. In: Bryan S. Turner (ed.). Secularization - the comparative sociology of de-secularization 4. Los Angeles: SAGE, pp. 137–148.
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Hann, Chris. 2010. Civil society. In: Alan Barnard and Jonathan Spencer (eds.). The Routledge encyclopedia of social and cultural anthropology. 2. ed. London: Routledge, pp. 122–123.
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Hann, Chris and Hermann Goltz. 2010. Introduction: the other Christianity? In: Chris Hann and Hermann Goltz (eds.). Eastern Christians in anthropological perspective. The Anthropology of Christianity 9. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 1–29.
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Hann, Chris. 2009. Embedded socialism?: land, labour, and money in Eastern Xinjiang. In: Chris Hann and Keith Hart (eds.). Market and society: the great Transformation today. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 256–271.
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Hann, Chris. 2009. From ethnographic group to sub-sub-ethnicity: Lemko-Rusyn-Ukrainians in postsocialist Poland. In: Elaine Rusinko (ed.). Committing community: Carpatho-Rusyn studies as an emerging scholarly discipline. East European Monographs 747. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 175–188.
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Hann, Chris. 2009. The rooted anthropologies of East-Central Europe. In: Harry G. West and Parvathi Raman (eds.). Enduring socialism: explorations of revolution and transformation, restoration and continuation. New York: Berghahn, pp. 214–230.
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Hart, Keith and Chris Hann. 2009. Introduction: learning from Polanyi 1. In: Chris Hann and Keith Hart (eds.). Market and society: the great Transformation today. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1–16.
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Hann, Chris. 2008. Fieldwork in Bulgaria: an interview with Carol Silverman. In: Vintilă Mihăilescu, Ilia Iliev, and Slobodan Naumović (eds.). Studying peoples in the people's democracies II: socialist era anthropology in South-East Europe. Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia: HSAE 17. Münster: LIT, pp. 397–404.
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Hann, Chris. 2008. Interethnisches Vertrauen im postkommunistischen Polen: eine Fallstudie aus social anthropological Sicht. In: John Eidson (ed.). Das anthropologische Projekt: Perspektiven aus der Forschungslandschaft Halle/Leipzig. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, pp. 171–197.
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Hann, Chris. 2008. Towards a rooted anthropology: Malinowski, Gellner and Herderian cosmopolitanism. In: Pnina Werbner (ed.). Anthropology and the new cosmopolitanism: rooted, feminist and vernacular perspectives. ASA Monographs 45. Oxford: Berg, pp. 69–86.
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Hann, Chris. 2008. Preface. In: Stéphanie Mahieu and Vlad Naumescu (eds.). Churches in-between: Greek Catholic churches in postsocialist Europe. Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia: HSAE 16. Berlin: LIT, pp. VII-XI.
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Hann, Chris. 2007. Die Griechisch-Katholischen heute: eine ethnologische Perspektive. In: Hans-Christian Maner and Norbert Spannenberger (eds.). Konfessionelle Identität und Nationsbildung: die griechisch-katholischen Kirchen in Ostmittel- und Südosteuropa im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, pp. 79–101.
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Hann, Chris. 2007. Propertization und ihre Gegentendenzen: Beispiele aus ländlichen Gebieten Europas. In: Hannes Siegrist (ed.). Entgrenzung des Eigentums in modernen Gesellschaften und Rechtskulturen. Comparativ 16(2006)5/6. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, pp. 84–98.
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Hann, Chris. 2006. Between East and West: Greek Catholic icons and cultural boundaries. In: David R. Olson and Micheal Cole (eds.). Technology, literacy, and the evolution of society: implications of the work of Jack Goody. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum, pp. 73–100.
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Hann, Chris. 2006. Introduction: faith, power, and civility after socialism. In: Chris Hann and "Civil Religion" Group (eds.). The postsocialist religious question: faith and power in Central Asia and East-Central Europe. Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia: HSAE 11. Münster: LIT, pp. 1–26.
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Hann, Chris. 2006. Nation and nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Gerard Delanty and K. Kumar (eds.). The Sage handbook of nations and nationalism. London: SAGE, pp. 399–409.
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Hann, Chris. 2006. Peripheral populations and the dilemmas of multiculturalism: the Lemkos and the Lazi revisited. In: Bogdan Horbal, P. Krafcik, and E. Rusinko (eds.). Carpatho-Rusyns and their neighbors: essays in honor of Paul Robert Magocsi. Fairfax: Eastern Christian Publications, pp. 185–202.
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Hann, Chris. 2006. The gift and reciprocity: perspectives from economic anthropology. In: Serge-Christophe Kolm and J. Mercier Ytier (eds.). Handbook of the economics of giving, altruism and reciprocity: 1; Foundations. Handbooks in Economics 23. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 207–223.
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Hann, Chris M. 2006. Social anthropological reflections on citizenship. In: Francois Rüegg, Rudolf Poledna, and Calin Rus (eds.). Interculturalism and discrimination in Romania: policies, practices, ientities and representations. Freiburger Sozialanthropologische Studien 8. Berlin: LIT, pp. 29–43.
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Hann, Chris M. 2005. Postsocialist societies. In: James G. Carrier (ed.). A handbook of economic anthropology. Cheltenham: Elgar, pp. 547–557.
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Hann, Chris M. 2005. Property. In: James G. Carrier (ed.). A handbook of economic anthropology. Cheltenham: Elgar, pp. 110–124.
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Hann, Chris M. 2005. Property, neoliberalism and rural privatization: overview. In: Chris Hann (ed.). Property Relations: the Halle Focus Group, 2000-2005. Halle/Saale: Max-Planck-Institut für Ethnologische Forschung, pp. 2–12.
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