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Journal Article (50)

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Glick Schiller, Nina, Julia M. Eckert, and Stephen P. Reyna. 2017. Debate on the nature and significance of Critique. Anthropological Theory 17(2): 261–261.
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Eckert, Julia, Nina Glick Schiller, and Stephen P. Reyna. 2016. Vision statement: anthropological theory from and for everybody. Anthropological Theory 16(2-3): 320–323.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2016. The jeweler's loupe: validation. Anthropological Theory 16(2-3): 295–319.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2016. Social pointillism and starry nights: making points to make connections in the Sudanese Civil War. Journal of Asian and African Studies 51(1): 358–369.
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Eckert, Julia, Nina Glick Schiller, and Stephen P. Reyna. 2015. Editors' note to the Lempert-Lambek dialogue. Anthropological Theory 15(2): 127–127.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2014. Deadly contradictions: global warring theory and the Iraq war, 1991-2011. Dialectical Anthropology 38(1): 1–12.
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Reyna, Stephen. 2012. Introduction. Anthropological Theory 12(1): 3–4.
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Reyna, Stephen. 2012. Neo-Boasianism, a form of critical structural realism: it's better than the alternative. Anthropological Theory 12(1): 73–99.
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Reyna, Stephen. 2012. An epistemological turn: cheating the death ray of bathos by building an anthropology of hypocrisy (using Foucault). Critique of Anthropology 32(4): 458–478.
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Reyna, Stephen. 2012. Boas's dream: the emergence of neuroanthropology. Anthropology News 53(6): S1–S14.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2011. Don't throw the baby out with the bathos: regimes of truth in an anthropology of hypocrisy. Transforming Anthropology 19(2): 165–171.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2011. Assessing bias: the qualitative in the quantitative, Darfuri War fatalities and the morality of war. Sociology Mind 1(3): 105–113.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2010. The disasters of war in Darfur, 1950-2004. Third World Quarterly 31(8): 1297–1320.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2009. Taking place: ‘new wars’ versus global wars. Social Anthropology 17(3): 291–317.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2009. Jonathan Friedman and the "insurrection of subjugated knowledges". Focaal 55: 90–100.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2008. Global warring today: "Maybe somebody needs to explain". Social Analysis 52(2): 50–70.
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Reyna, Stephen P. and Andrea Behrends. 2008. The crazy curse and crude domination: toward an anthropology of oil. Focaal 52: 3–17.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2007. Waiting: the sorcery of modernity, transnational corporations, oil and terrorism in Chad = Warten: die Zauberei der Moderne, transnationale Unternehmen, Öl und der Terrorismus im Tschad. Sociologus 57(1): 11–39.
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Reyna, Stephen. 2007. The traveling model that wouldn’t travel, or developing dystopia: oil, empire, and patrimonialism in contemporary Chad. Social Analysis 51(3): 78–102.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2007. Waiting: the sorcery of modernity, transnational corporations, oil and terrorism in Chad. Sociologus 57(1): 11–39.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2007. The traveling model that would not travel: oil, empire, and patrimonialism in contemporary Chad. Social Analysis 51(3): 78–102.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2007. Why development really fails: oil, empire and patrimonialism in contemporary Chad. Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies 26(4): 104–134.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2006. What is interpretation?: a cultural neurohermeneutic account. Focaal 2006(48): 131–143.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2005. American imperialism? "The current runs swiftly". Focaal 45: 129–151.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2005. "We exist to fight": the killing elite and Bush II's Iraq War. Social Analysis 49(1): 190–197.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2005. A bureaucratic drop in the bucket: who is reviewing science? Anthropology News 46(8): 5–7.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2004. Comment on James P. Boggs "The culture concept as theory, in context". Current Anthropology 45(2): 201–202.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2003. Force, power, and the problem of order: an anthropological approach. Sociologus 53(2): 199–223.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2002. Unimagined states: a structural history of warfare in Chad (1968-1990). Virajes 5(1): 57–72.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2001. Theory counts: (discounting) discourse to the contrary by adopting a confrontational stance. Anthropological Theory 1(1): 9–29.
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Reyna, Stephen P. and Richard A. Wilson. 2001. Editorial: the six-field system. Anthropological Theory 1(1): 5–7.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1999. The owl in the twilight: cultural anthropologies of Clifford Geertz and Marshall Sahlins. Reviews in Anthropology 28(3): 173–187.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1998. Right and might: of approximate truths and moral judgements. Identities 4(3-4): 431–465.
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Reyna, Stephen P. and Nina Glick Schiller. 1998. The pursuit of knowledge and regimes of truth. Identities 4(3-4): 333–341.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1997. Theory in anthropology in the nineties. Cultural Dynamics 9(3): 325–350.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1997. The dating game: "romancing" development knowledge and the national bourgeois among the desert palms Of Mauritania. Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economic Development 26(3/4): 331–367.
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Hirst, Manton and Stephen P. Reyna. 1996. Science, pseudo-science and interpretation. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 2(2): 351–352.
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Singleton, Michael and Stephen P. Reyna. 1995. Science - artichoke or onion? Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 1(3): 628–631.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1994. Sometimes to be less than brilliant is brilliant: an accumulation of labour approach to the domestic mode of production. Man 29(1): 161–180.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1994. Comment on Orin Starn "Rethinking the politics of anthropology: the case of the Andes". Current Anthropology 35(1): 31–31.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1994. Literary anthropology and the case against science. Man 29(3): 555–581.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1991. Some easy things are hard: three variations on a "hands off" problematic. Reviews in Anthropology 20(1): 43–53.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1987. The emergence of land concentration in the West African savanna. American Ethnologist 14(3): 523–541.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1984. Barma bridewealth: socialization and the reproduction of labour in a domestic African economy. Africa 54(4): 59–72+88.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1983. Dual class formation and agrarian underdevelopment: an analysis of the articulation of production relations in Upper Volta. Canadian Journal of African Studies 17(2): 211–233.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1979. Social evolution: a learning-theory approach. Journal of Anthropological Research 35(3): 336–349.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1977. Marriage payments, household structure, and domestic labour-supply among the Barma of Chad. Africa 47(1): 81–88.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1977. The rationality of divorce: marital instability among the Barma of Chad. Journal of Comparative Family Studies 8(2): 269–288.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1976. The extending strategy: regulation of the household dependency ratio. Journal of Anthropological Research 32(2): 182–198.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1975. Making do when the rains stop: adjustment of domestic structure to climatic variation among the Barma. Ethnology 14(4): 405–417.

Book Chapter (21)

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Reyna, Stephen P. 2015. Free will, agency, and the cultural, reflexive brain. In: Jens Clausen and Neil Levy (eds.). Handbook of neuroethics. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 323–342.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2014. Afterword: friendship in a world of force and power. In: Martine Guichard, Tilo Grätz, and Youssouf Diallo (eds.). Friendship, descent and alliance in Africa: anthropological perspectives. Integration and Conflict Studies 10. New York: Berghahn, pp. 161–179.
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Reyna, Stephen. 2012. "Attends!" ou la sorcellerie de la modernité: les multinationales, le pétrole et le terrorisme au Tchad. In: Bruno Martinelli and Jacky Bouju (eds.). Sorcellerie et violence en Afrique. Hommes et Sociétés. Paris: Karthala, pp. 281–307.
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Khizriyeva, Galina and Stephen P. Reyna. 2011. 'Against ... domination': oil and war in Chechnya. In: Andrea Behrends, Stephen P. Reyna, and Günther Schlee (eds.). Crude domination: an anthropology of oil. Dislocations 9.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2011. Constituting domination/constructing monsters: imperialism, cultural desire and Anti-Beowulfs in the Chadian Petro-state. In: Andrea Behrends, Stephen P. Reyna, and Günther Schlee (eds.). Crude domination: an anthropology of oil. Dislocations 9. New York: Berghahn, pp. 132–164.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2011. Heaven on earth: the rise and fall and rise and fall and rise again of the concept of progress in Anglo-American anthropology. In: David Adams and Galin Tihanov (eds.). Enlightenment cosmopolitanism. London: Legenda, pp. 110–132.
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Reyna, Stephen P. and Andrea Behrends. 2011. The crazy curse and crude domination: towards an anthropology of oil. In: Andrea Behrends, Stephen P. Reyna, and Günther Schlee (eds.). Crude domination: an anthropology of oil. Dislocations 9. New York: Berghahn, pp. 3–29.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2010. Hard truths: addressing a crisis in ethnography. In: Olaf Zenker and Karsten Kumoll (eds.). Beyond writing culture: current intersections of epistemologies and representational practices. New York: Berghahn, pp. 163–185.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2009. Global warring today: "Maybe somebody needs to explain". In: Alisse Warterston (ed.). An anthropology of war: views from the frontline. New York: Berghahn, pp. 50–70.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2005. 'By these means he is able to procure what he is most in need of': predatory accumulation and state formation in Bagirmi (1846-1877). In: Donald Crummey (ed.). Land, literacy and the state in Sudanic Africa. Trenton: Red Sea Press, pp. 77–102.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2004. Friedman, Jonathan Ames. In: Vered Amit (ed.). Biographical dictionary of social and cultural anthropology. London: Routledge, pp. 179–180.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2003. Imagining monsters: a structural history of warfare in Chad (1968-1990). In: Jonathan Friedman (ed.). Globalization, the state, and violence. Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press, pp. 279–308.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2003. A Cold War story: the barbarization of Chad (1966-1991). In: R. Brian Ferguson (ed.). The state, identity and violence: political desintegration in the post-Cold War world. War and Society. London: Routledge, pp. 261–284 .
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2002. Deadly developments and phantasmagoric representations. In: Joan Vincent (ed.). The anthropology of politics: a reader in ethnography, theory, and critique. Blackwell Anthologies in Social and Cultural Anthropology 3. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 301–312.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1999. The force of two logics: predatory and capital accumulation in the making of the Great Leviathan, 1415-1763. In: Stephen P. Reyna (ed.). Deadly developments: capitalism, states and war. War and Society 5. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach, pp. 23–67.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1999. Introduction: deadly developments and phantasmagoric representations. In: Stephen P. Reyna and R.E. Downs (eds.). Deadly developments: capitalism, states and war. War and Society 5. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach, pp. 1–21.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1997. Literary anthropology. In: Thomas Barfield (ed.). The dictionary of anthropology. 1. ed. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 294–295.
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Downs, R.E., Donna O. Kerner, and Stephen P. Reyna. 1993. Introduction. In: R. E. Downs, Donna O. Kerner, and Stephen P. Reyna (eds.). The political economy of African famine. 2. ed. Food and Nutrition in History and Anthropology 9. Philadelphia: Gordon and Breach, pp. 1–20.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1993. Cultural construction in a "Garden of Eden": the influence of ontological acquiescence in an African development project and its implications for food security. In: R. E. Downs, Donna O. Kerner, and Stephen P. Reyna (eds.). The political economy of African famine. 2. ed. Food and Nutrition in History and Anthropology 9. Philadelphia: Gordon and Breach, pp. 71–89.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1993. What is to be done?: a historical structural approach to warfare and famine. In: R. E. Downs, Donna O. Kerner, and Stephen P. Reyna (eds.). The political economy of African famine. 2. ed. Food and Nutrition in History and Anthropology 9. Philadelphia: Gordon and Breach, pp. 339–371.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1975. Age differential, marital instability, and venereal disease: factors affecting fertility among the Northwest Barma. In: Moni Nag (ed.). Population and social organization. World Anthropology. The Hague; Paris: Mouton, pp. 55–74.

Conference Paper (2)

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Reyna, Stephen P. 2007. Developing dystopia: oil, imperialism, and patrimonialism in Chad. Walter Rodney Seminar. African Studies Center, Boston University, Boston, MA, 2007-12-03.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2007. Muddles in the 'model' model: oil, conflict, and the World Bank in Chad. 50th African Studies Association Annual Meeting. New York, 2007-10-18.

Working Paper (3)

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Reyna, Stephen P. 2004. Hard truth and validation: what Zeus understood. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 65. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-9C8D-0. Accessed 2004.
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Reyna, Stephen. 2001. Force, power, and string being? Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 20. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-9ED4-4. Accessed 2001.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1985. Bridewealth revisited: socialization and the reproduction of labor in a domestic African economy. Working Papers on Women in International Development 80. East Lansing: Michigan State University.

Issue (3)

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Reyna, Stephen P., Julia M. Eckert, and Nina Glick Schiller (eds.). 2016. Positioning theory: a re-launch of the journal Anthropological Theory. Anthropological Theory 16(2-3).
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Reyna, Stephen (ed.). 2012. Neuroanthropology. Anthropological Theory 12(1).
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Reyna, Stephen P. (ed.). 2008. Toward an anthropology of oil and domination. Focaal 52.

Other (3)

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Reyna, Stephen P. 2017. Is Trump a legitimate president? Robiin Hood Blog. http://www.dailykos.com/story/2017/01/18/1621901/-Is-Trump-a-Legitimate-President. Accessed January 18, 2017.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2014. Bloat and tents: further thoughts on Timothy Mitchell’s carbon democracy. FocaalBlog. http://www.focaalblog.com/2014/09/11/steve-reyna-bloat-and-tents-further-thoughts-on-timothy-mitchells-carbon-democracy/#sthash.Q3cmlku0.dpuf. Accessed September 11, 2014.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2007. Globale Kriegsführung. Bericht/Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung, Abteilung I: Integration und Konflikt 2007. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-96CD-1. Accessed 2007.

Book Review (19)

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Reyna, Stephen P. 2017. Myhre, Knut Christian (ed.). Cutting and connecting: ‘Afrinesian’ perspectives on networks, relationality, and exchange. vi, 162 pp. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 23(1): 231–232.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2016. Oil wealth and insurgency in Nigeria by Omolade Adunbi. African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review 6(2): 125–127.
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Book Review
Reyna, Stephen P. 2016. The depths of Russia: oil, power, and culture after socialism, by Douglas Rogers. Anthropological Forum: 1–3.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2014. Fry, Douglas P. (ed.): war, peace, and human nature. The convergence of evolutionary and cultural views. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013. 562 pp. Anthropos 109(2): 685–686.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2013. Carbon democracy: political power in the age of oil. Timothy Mitchell (London and New York: Verso, 2012). PoLAR 36(1): 186–188.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2007. Janet Roitman: Fiscal disobedience: an anthropology of economic regulation in Central Africa. Sociologus 57(1): 135–137.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2006. I am dynamite: an alternative anthropology of power by Nigel Rapport. Journal of Anthropological Research 62(3): 375–376.
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Book Review
Reyna, Stephen P. 2004. A history of anthropological theory: Paul A. Erickson, Liam D. Murphy. Journal of Anthropological Research 60(3): 441–442.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2004. The saving lie: truth and method in the social sciences; F. G. Bailey. Journal of Anthropological Research 60(2): 264–266.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 2002. Empire: a dazzling performance according to a simpleton; a review of Empire by M. Hardt and A. Negri. Anthropological Theory 2(4): 489–497 .
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Book Review
Reyna, Stephen P. 1997. Arid ways: cultural understandings of insecurity in Fulbe society, Central Mali; Mirjam de Bruijn, Han van Dijk. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 3(2): 406–407.
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Book Review
Reyna, Stephen P. 1996. Revolution and power: putting oppression center stage. Reviews in Anthropology 25(2): 85–94.
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Book Review
Reyna, Stephen P. 1996. Arise ye mighty people!: gender, class and race in popular struggles. Terisa E. Turner with Bryan J. Ferguson, eds. Trenton, N. J.: Africa World Press, 1994. Identities 3(1-2): 295–298.
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Book Review
Reyna, Stephen P. 1994. Unsocial analyses: habitus, hegemony, and self. Reviews in Anthropology 23(3): 189–203.
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Book Review
Reyna, Stephen P. 1994. Hunger in history: food shortage, poverty, and deprivation; Lucile F. Newman, gen. ed. William Crossgrove, Robert W. Kates, Robley Matthews, Sara Millman, assoc. eds. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 8(2): 245–247.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1993. Beyond the family: the social organization of human reproduction; A. F. Robertson. Contemporary Sociology 22(1): 90–91.
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Book Review
Reyna, Stephen P. 1990. Enhancing agriculture in Africa: a role for U.S. development assistance. American Anthropologist 92(1): 222–223.
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Reyna, Stephen P. 1985. Economic anthropology: topics and theories. American Anthropologist 87(1): 172–173.
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