Publikationen von Miladina Monova

Zeitschriftenartikel (1)

Monova, Miladina. 2009. Others but ours: identity politics and social representations on the so-called "Aegeans" in the Republic of Macedonia (in Macedonian). Etnolog (9): 145–160.

Buchkapitel (5)

Monova, Miladina. 2015. When the household meets the state: Ajvar cooking and householding in postsocialist Macedonia. 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. 77–100.
Monova, Miladina. 2015. "We don't have work. We just grow a little tobacco.": household economy and ritual effervescence in a Macedonian town. In: Stephen Gudeman (ed.). Economy and ritual: studies of postsocialist transformations. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 1. New York: Berghahn, pp. 166–191.
Monova, Miladina. 2013. "We are all chasing after the euro": labour, calculations and ideas of well-being among tobacco growers in a Macedonian town. In: Nebi Bardhoshi and Gilles de Rapper (eds.). Pratiques sociales et configurations locales dans les Balkans = Social practices and local configurations in the Balkans. Acta scientiarum 4. Tiranë: UET Press, pp. 81–95.
Monova, Miladina. 2011. Refugees from the Greek civil war in the Republic of Macedonia: trajectories, memories, identifications [in Greek language]. In: K. Markou (ed.). Reconstructions and new dynamics after 1990 [in Greek language]. Athens: Herodotos, pp. 233–262.
Monova, Miladina. 2010. The impossible citizenship: the case of Macedonians, refugees from the Greek Civil War in the Republic of Macedonia. In: Anna Krasteva (ed.). Migrations from and to Southeastern Europe. Europe and the Balkans International Network 31. Ravenna: Longo, pp. 253–266.

Sonstige (1)

Gudeman, Stephen, Chris Hann, Jennifer Cash, Nathan Light, Miladina Monova, Detelina Tocheva, Monica Vasile, and Bea Vidacs. 2010. Economy and Ritual. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Dapertment II 'Resilience and Transformation in Eurasia' 2008/2009(1). Accessed 2010.
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