Publications of Natalia Buier

Journal Article (3)

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Journal Article
Buier, Natalia. 2020. The second coming of rail: the Spanish high‐speed rail‐finance complex. Antipode 52(6): 1603–1623.
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Journal Article
Buier, Natalia. 2018. Trainmasters or Easyjet pilots?: historical production, labor organizing, and the Spanish engine drivers’ union. Dialectical Anthropology 42(3): 257–275.
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Journal Article
Buier, Natalia. 2014. The promise of anarchist anthropology: the three burials of the anarchist project. Studia Universitates Babes-Bolyai Sociologia 59(1): 73–90.

Book Chapter (3)

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Book Chapter
Buier, Natalia. 2020. Financialized landscapes and transport infrastructure: the case of Ciudad Valdeluz. In: Chris Hann and Don Kalb (eds.). Financialization: relational approaches. Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy 6. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 286–301.
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Book Chapter
Buier, Natalia. 2020. High-speed contradictions: Spanish railways between economic criticism and political defense. In: Kean Birch and Fabian Muniesa (eds.). Assetization: turning things into assets in technoscientific capitalism. Cambridge; London: MIT Press, pp. 127–148.
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Book Chapter
Buier, Natalia. 2014. Traian Băsescu și despărțirea de trecut: cariera prezidențială a anticomunismului științific. In: Costi Rogozanu and Florian Poenaru (eds.). Epoca Traian Băsescu. Cluj-Napoca: Tact, pp. 223–244.

Working Paper (1)

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Working Paper
Buier, Natalia. 2017. Time without labour: the past and historical representation in the Spanish railways. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 184. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.

Other (1)

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Other
Buier, Natalia. 2020. Jaume Franquesa, Power struggles: dignity, value, and the renewable energy frontier in Spain, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2018. Antipode Online. https://antipodeonline.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Book-review_Buier-on-Franquesa.pdf. Accessed March 25, 2020.

Book Review (1)

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Book Review
Buier, Natalia. 2013. With insight and a raised fist: translating anarchy on occupy Wall Street in context. Journal of Social Justice 3: 1–8.
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