Publications of Frances Pine

Journal Article (4)

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Journal Article
Pine, Frances. 2007. Dangerous modernities?: innovative technologies and the unsettling of agriculture in rural Poland. Critique of Anthropology 27(2).
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Journal Article
Pine, Frances. 2005. Postsocjalizm: od produkcji do konsumpcji? Kultura popularna 14(4): 91–104.
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Journal Article
Pine, Frances. 2003. Tarsadalmi valtozasok Kozep-Europaban. Forum Tarsadalomtudomanyi Szemle 1: 188–195.
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Journal Article
Pine, Frances and Haldis Haukanes. 2003. Ritual and everyday consumption practices in the Czech and Polish countryside: conceiving modernity through changing food regimes. Anthropological Journal on European Cultures 12: 103–130.

Book Chapter (12)

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Book Chapter
Kaneff, Deema and Frances Pine. 2011. Contemporary contexts of European migration: concluding thoughts. In: Deema Kaneff and Frances Pine (eds.). Global connections and emerging inequalities in Europe: perspectives on poverty and transnational migration. Anthem European Studies. London: Anthem Press, pp. 163–168.
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Book Chapter
Kaneff, Deema and Frances Pine. 2011. Emerging inequalities in Europe: poverty and transnational migration. In: Deema Kaneff and Frances Pine (eds.). Global connections and emerging inequalities in Europe: perspectives on poverty and transnational migration. Anthem European Studies. London: Anthem Press, pp. 1–36.
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Book Chapter
Pina-Cabral, João de and Frances Pine. 2008. On the margins: an introduction. In: Frances Pine and João de Pina-Cabral (eds.). On the margins of religion. New York: Berghahn, pp. 1–12.
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Book Chapter
Pine, Frances. 2007. Memories of movement and the stillness of place: kinship memory in the Polish highlands. In: Janet Carsten (ed.). Ghosts of memory: essays on remembrance and relatedness. Malden: Blackwell, pp. 104–125.
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Book Chapter
Haukanes, Haldis and Frances Pine. 2005. Introduction. In: Haldis Haukanes and Frances Pine (eds.). Generations, kinship and care: gendered provisions of social security in Central Eastern Europe. Skriftserien 17. Bergen: University of Bergen, pp. 1–21.
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Book Chapter
Pine, Frances, Deema Kaneff, and Haldis Haukanes. 2004. Introduction: memory, politics and religion; a perspective on Europe. In: Frances Pine (ed.). Memory, politics and religion: the past meets the present in Europe. Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia: HSAE 4. Münster: LIT, pp. 1–30.
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Book Chapter
Pine, Frances. 2003. Epilogue. In: Davide Torsello and Melinda Pappová (eds.). Social networks in movement: time, interaction and interethnic spaces in Central Eastern Europe. Dunajská Streda: Lilium Aurum, pp. 315–320.
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Book Chapter
Pine, Frances. 2003. Reproducing the house: kinship, inheritance, and property relations in highland Poland. In: Patrick Heady, Hannes Grandits, Richard Rottenburg, Burkhard Schnepel, and Shingo Shimada (eds.). Distinct inheritances: property, family and community in a changing Europe. Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia: HSAE 2. Münster: LIT, pp. 279–295.
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Book Chapter
Pine, Frances. 2002. From production to consumption in post-socialism? In: Micgal Buchowski, Edouard Conte, and Carole Nagengast (eds.). Poland beyond communism: "transition" in critical perspective. Studia ethnographica Friburgensia 25. Freiburg: Universitätsverlag Freiburg, pp. 209–223.
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Book Chapter
Pine, Frances. 2002. The village, the city and the outside world: integration and exclusion in two regions of rural Poland. In: Pamela Leonard and Deema Kaneff (eds.). Post-socialist peasant?: rural and urban constructions of identity in Eastern Europe, East Asia and the former Soviet Union. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 160–179.
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Book Chapter
Pine, Frances. 2002. Retreat to the household?: gendered domains in post-socialist Poland. In: Chris Hann (ed.). Postsocialism: ideals, ideologies and practices in Eurasia. London: Routledge, pp. 95–113.
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Book Chapter
Pine, Frances. 2002. Dealing with money: zlotys, dollars and other currencies in the Polish highlands. In: Caroline Humphrey and Ruth Mandel (eds.). Markets and moralities: ethnographies of postsocialism. Oxford: Berg, pp. 75–97.

Other (2)

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Other
Kaneff, Deema and Frances Pine. 2008. Political, economic and social inclusion and exclusion in Bulgaria and Poland. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report 2006/2007. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-954C-D. Accessed 2008.
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Other
Kaneff, Deema and Frances Pine. 2005. Exklusion und Inklusion in Bulgarien und Polen (VolkswagenStiftung). Bericht/Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung: Sonderausgabe 2005. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0014-B151-A. Accessed 2005.

Collected Edition (4)

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Collected Edition
Kaneff, Deema and Frances Pine (eds.). 2011. Global connections and emerging inequalities in Europe: perspectives on poverty and transnational migration. Anthem European Studies. London: Anthem Press.
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Collected Edition
Pine, Frances and João de Pina-Cabral (eds.). 2008. On the margins of religion. New York: Berghahn.
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Collected Edition
Haukanes, Haldis and Frances Pine (eds.). 2005. Generations, kinship and care: gendered provisions of social security in Central Eastern Europe. Skriftserien 17. Bergen: University of Bergen.
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Collected Edition
Kaneff, Deema, Frances Pine, and Haldis Haukanes (eds.). 2004. Memory, politics and religion: the past meets the present in Europe. Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia: HSAE 4. Münster: LIT.
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