EASA, 2008: EASA08: Experiencing diversity and mutuality

Ljubljana, 26/08/2008 – 29/08/2008

Authors and papers

This page lists all the accepted papers by author. Click on a workshop reference to see the workshop page and paper details.

AuthorPaperWorkshop
Abraham, PriyaBuilding interconnectedness: managing flows and ruptures in a complex international projectW113
Abrell, ElanCreating enemies in the War on Terror: the reinforcement of essentialized cultural difference through "legalized" tortureW026
Abu Ghosh, YasarEscaping Gypsyness: the marginalization of Roma through power and identityW116
Abuhav, OritWedding "GIFTS": entrance-Fee or generosity? Interests, sentiments and mutualityW042
Acerbi, AlbertoDifferent by natureW075
Adam-Maxa, EvaExperiencing Sufi music abroad: the case of Sudanese living in AustriaW098
Adamczyk, Christiane"Today, I am no Mutwa anymore"- Local reverberations of national unity discourse in present-day RwandaW035
Adams, MaryPure cosmopolitans? Keeping community in an international Pentecostal student churchW029
Adorno, RubensAlcohol, crack and therapeutic effects of Santo Daime in homelessness W014
Afonso, Ana IsabelExcellence in stupidityW034
Akello, GraceSilencing distressed children in the context of the war in Gulu: an analysis of its cause and its health consequencesW032
Åkesson, Lisa"They are ungrateful!" Cape Verdean notions of transnational obligationsW042
Albahari, MaurizioEuro-Mediterranean arts and heritage on the southern Italian stageW024
Alber, ErdmuteA brother as saviour: siblings and family in BéninW067
Alcano, Matteo CarloLiving and working in spite of antiretroviral therapies: HIV between control and resistanceIW02
Allen, TimNora's new job: UN coordination in practiceW019
Allenbach, BrigitChildren and youth as diversity managers: religion, ethnicity and gender in Swiss schoolsW031
Allenbach, BrigitChildren and migration in Switzerland: coping with mutuality and diversity in Swiss schoolsW076
Alonso Lorenzo, RocíoFrom "Hard" to "Soft" affirmative action: racial diversity and the use of global policy metaphors in the Brazilian private sectorW021
Altshul, KatarinaLegal pluralism in the wild: rules of encounter and their effects on imaginings and practices of wildernessW069
Alvarado Leyton, CristianOn the significance of German identity and whiteness for Argentinians of German descent in Buenos AiresW046
Alvarez Degregori, Maria CristinaMotherhood and access: the dialectic between health services and the community in Southern MozambiqueW121
Alves de Matos, PatríciaFrom 'mutuality' to 'precariousness': a case-study in the Portuguese call-centre industryW057
Amit, VeredTraining for flexibility: discourses and practices of international student travelW057
Amrouche, NassimLa reformulation d'une contestation identitaire à l'épreuve de la globalisation: l'exemple kabyle.W035
Anders, GerhardGlobal order in the making: the local production of international criminal lawW069
Anderson, SallyLearning to be Jewish: moralities of intergenerational exchange and regeneration in a pluralistic Jewish day schoolW031
Andersson, Kerstin BThe Kolkata intellectuals and elite identityW025
Angelidou, AlikiPathways of anthropology in South Eastern Europe: an ethnographic approach of the discipline and its disciples in Bulgaria and Greece W095
Anteric, Marija“Sustainable” tourism and area studies - west looking east 1932 - 2007W104
Antohin, AlexandraMoral upbringing by the state: the 'Orthodox Culture' concept in Russian public schoolsW031
Anton, LorenaAnthropological inquiries on the politics of memory in contemporary EuropeW089
Antonijevic Ubois, SmiljanaSecond Life, second body: a microethnographic analysis of nonverbal communication in the "Second Life" virtual environmentW071
Antoniou, DimitrisAfraid of the Minaret? Ethnographic elaborations on the semiology of illustrated argumentsW053
Archambault, JoséeRefugee children's status in the Norwegian welfare state and role in their familyW076
Arhem, KajThe revival of the community house (guol) among the Katu of Central Vietnam: empowerment or impoverishment?W062
Arnaut, KarelSpaces of transition? Trajectories of juvenile assertion in urban Côte d'IvoireW080
Arnez, MonikaIslam and empowerment: challenges for young Indonesian Muslim womenW062
Asmussen Frank, VibekeAnthropology of drug policy: how does it fit into already existing drug policy research? W020
Aspraki, GabriellaTrajectories in painW014
Assmuth, Laura"Even our village is part of Europe": rural lives on Europe's eastern fringeW079
Aston, JudithSpatial montage, mutuality and diversity: new possibilities for ethnographic film-makingW038
Astrinaki, UraniaZones of peace and violence or a general state of exception?IW06
Avera, EmilyTransplant anxieties: discourses about bone marrow/haematopoietic stem cell transplantationIW02
Babul, ElifTraining Bureaucrats, Practicing for Europe: Constitutive Bureaucratic Imaginaries in TurkeyW052
Bacchiddu, GiovannaHolding the saint in one's arms. Miracles and exchange in Apiao, southern ChileW011
Bacevic, JanaDisentangling power and discourse: the case of master and "servant" in Serbian higher education reformW034
Baez Ullberg, SusannContesting disaster: politics of memory and oblivion in Santa Fe, ArgentinaW013
Bähre, ErikSouth African fieldwork, intimacy, and anxiety: how methodological problems turn out to be theoretical insightsW097
Bajuk Sencar, TatianaThe Integration of "East" and "West": Slovene Eurocrats and shifts in European identity within the institutions of the European UnionW012
Bakalaki, AlexandraPoverty relief as neoliberal educationW077
Baker, CatherineA public square, a stadium, a theatre: experiencing the nation through popular music in CroatiaW027
Balasescu, AlexandruEthnography matters: multisited research, cultural hierarchies and their ethnographic methodsIW05
Baldisserri, MargheritaThe "Peruvian Association of Siena": negotiation between different cultural identities and strategies of incorporation within the local communityW088
Ballacchino, KatiaThe body in "Giglio Feast" in Nola and in WilliamsburgW011
Ballestín, BeatrizLearning positions as future citizens at primary school: diverse conditions of incorporation for the children of immigrant families in the Catalan coastW076
Ballinger, Pamela“The Mediterranean as it once was” (and will be): valorizing the Adriatic seascapeW100
Ballmann, Manuela"It has always to do with the veil...": experiences with discrimination and racism of muslim women from the Islamic Centre MunichW098
Balzani, MarziaDreaming, Islam and the Ahmadiyya Muslims in the UKW074
Bandak, AndreasOf rhythms and refrains in contemporary Damascus: natality and naitivityW024
Bar-On Cohen, EinatPerfect praxis in Aikidō - take II: a reflexive bodyW005
Baranski, JanuszRituality: a form of hidden ritualIW08
Bardhoshi, NebiThe Westernised law and the local conditions: the case of informal area in Tirana's suburbia.W012
Bargna, IvanThinking about the different meanings of collecting: the case of the collections of images and objects of the Bamileke's community of Bandjoun, CameroonW099
Barlocco, FaustoA tale of two celebrations: the Kadazan harvest festival (Sabah, East Malaysia) as a site of struggleW062
Barrera-González, AndrésSocio-cultural anthropology and the European research area: a Europeanist turn in the discipline? W089
Barth, Manuela"Everything is changing" - on digital imaging practices by amateur photographersW071
Bartha, Eszter"Because I am not happy that Audi is prospering": reshaping workers' nationalist sentiments in postsocialist HungaryW108
Basset, KarineThe french model of national parks: territoriality and temporalityW102
Batista, EvaRoute of conflict and tradition: commemoration parades in BelfastW080
Baxerres, CarineInvestigate the informal market of pharmaceuticals in Cotonou (Benin): between suspicion of treachery and fears of witchcraftW037
Bell, SandraWatching nature: birdwatchers as volunteers for biodiversity monitoringW101
Ben Hounet, YazidBetween custom, Islamic and Algerian laws: diya (blood-money) in the perspective of legal pluralismW069
Ben-Zion, SigalitAre gender roles and ethnicity influenced by tourism in Central Himalaya? W016
Bendix, Regina F.Stalling and speeding: ways of speaking at WIPO's intergovernmental committee on cultural propertyW019
Benson, Michaela Between momentary happiness and lifelong fulfilment: emotional trajectories of British migrants to southwest FranceW109
Berankova, HelenaA local community and a photographer - a photographer and a local communityW058
Berlan, AmandaThe challenges of chocolate: an examination of the ethics of consuming and producing chocolateW001
Bestard, JuanMoralities of nature: kinship, religion and sciences of reproductionW036
Beyer, JudithFrom "flows" back to actors: why "the local" is no longer a place for anthropologyIW05
Bhimji, FazilaSocializing Islam among young British Muslim women across various contextsW031
Bielenin-Lenczowska, KarolinaMuslims and Christian holy places as a strategy of coping with differencesW018
Bille Larsen, PeterGrounding international organizations and indigenous rights in Peru: an anthropological perspectiveW019
Billings, DorothySustainability and folk culture: some features in contemporary lifeIW08
Bindi, LetiziaFrames: toward an ethnography of the EU policies on protecting and valorising cultural heritageW033
Binter, JuliaRepresenting the "Other" in "global documentary": intersections between political commitment and reality claimW086
Birt Katić, DanijelaNext door neighbour relations - the case of a rural community in Patkovac, CroatiaW106
Bitusikova, AlexandraTowards sustainable diversity in the city of BratislavaW006
Bjerén, GunillaCornerstone of local history: an Ethiopian town 35 years laterW114
Bjerregaard, PeterNon-representational and anti-didactic: the ethnographic exhibition as collageW086
Blanes, RuyLetters from the Azores: building an African Church in the DiasporaW029
Blystad, Astrid'My baby is killed when I breastfeed': challenges of selves and sociality in a context of mother to child transmission of HIV in East AfricaIW02
Bocev, VladimirTrends in Macedonian visual anthropologyW058
Bochow, AstridObligation, care, and struggle for personal freedom: siblings within the matrilineal AkanW067
Bodirsky, KatharinaA cosmopolitan Europe? On the politics of culture talk in the rescaling of governance in the EUW055
Boe, CarolinaFieldwork behind bars: researching alien confinement in French prisonsW043
Boesby Dahl, DorteCSR as soft regulation: perspectives of using CSR to improve work environment in small companiesW021
Bohlin, AnnaHomecoming as Heritage: Idioms of Return in the Rebuilding of Protea Village, Cape TownW083
Boholm, ÅsaDecision making in context: a case of Swedish rail planning in practiceW003
Bolton, LissantDescribing knowledge roads in VanuatuW065
Bondanini, Francesco BrunoBlack African heritage in Spain: the forgotten migrationW063
Bondarenko, DmitriWhere postcolonialism meets postsocialism: African migrants in Russia as a new research fieldW089
Bonifacio, Valentina Football and the domestication of money: mimetic strategies of Maskoy people in the Paraguayan ChacoW007
Borgatti, JeanAesthetics and social change in Okpella (Edo State), NigeriaW114
Bossak-Herbst, BarbaraNew patterns of local identity based on the enacted historic landscape: example of the Gdansk (Danzig) recollections literatureW096
Bouju, JackyOrdinary daily social violence in Africa: an offspring of urban anomy and normative confusionW039
Boutieri, CharisDesire for the local in a well-founded tower of Babel: global stories from a Moroccan schoolW113
Bovbjerg, Kirsten MarieStress-management in the flexible work-ethicW057
Brabec de Mori, Bernd"Shipibo-Konibo traditional medicine": the impact of anthropologist's (stupid) questions on an indigenous group's self-perceptionW037
Branda, Alina IoanaOn "at home anthropology": "indigenous" perspectivesW095
Brandtstädter, SusannePeasant lawyers, law activism and the morality of politics in ChinaW069
Brazzale, ClaudiaCrafting cosmopolitanism: the production of postmodern trends in the global regionalist culture of the Italian Nordest W009
Brenner, CarenaDeterritorialization of power: filmic representations as a critique of representationW086
Breznik, MajaEntangled cultural hegemonies in central Europe and beyondW055
Brivio, AlessandraGorovodu in Bénin and Togo: between "syncretism" and "traditional religion"W064
Brorholt, GreteMutuality and flexibility at workW057
Brumann, ChristophEvolving pasts: the anthropologisation of UNESCO World HeritageW019
Brunner, ChristophBass nature and the mutuality of creative ecologies in dubstep music (London UK)W027
Bruun, Maja HojerMarkets and moralities in Danish housing cooperativesW002
Brydon, AnneNarratives of temporality in the making of a vanishing landscapeW082
Bubandt, NilsViolence, empathy, and the ethnography of fakesW053
Buch Segal, LotteEngendering suffering in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: an anthropological investigation of the construction of categories of gender and suffering in psychosocial practice in the West BankW032
Buchowski, MichalIntricate relations between Western anthropologists and postsocialist ethnologistsIW09
Budden, AshwinMedical plurality and experiential dualism: a Brazilian case studyW014
Budka, PhilippIndigenous media technology production in Northern Ontario, CanadaW071
Bukovcan, TanjaFrom ignorance to stigmatization: changing faces of medical pluralismW014
Burlacu, MihaiA lost Roma tale: ethnocentric versus xenocentric attitudes in the Gârcini Roma communityIW08
Buzalka, Juraj'Great transformation' of agrarian tolerance in post-peasant Eastern EuropeW002
Cabot, HeathNew geographies of belonging in the Greek island borderlandsW016
Cadoret, AnneInternational adoption and the construction of a "good" kinship: ethics, justice and truthW036
Caletrío, JavierMediterranean cosmopolitanisms and the mobilities paradigmPlen3
Campbell, LiamFrom land to landscape: from tangible to intangible; recognising a sense of loss and griefW082
Canals, RogerWays of seeing, ways of filming: theory and practice in visual anthropologyW049
Cañás Bottos, LorenzoBanal Millenialism: images of the end of the world among Old Colony Mennonites.W013
Candau, JoelAnthropology, historical and natural science of cultureW075
Canevascini, MichelaEthical implications of an anthropological approach of suicideW037
Cangoz, IncilayMedia technologies at home: how urban poor (culturally) consume mass media?W071
Capello, Carlo'Morocco is a prison!' Culture of migration and imaginary mobility among young MoroccansIW01
Capo-Zmegac, Jasna"Homecoming" and "home" revisited: the case of co-ethnic "return" migrationsW083
Carbonell, EliseuMicromuseums for big questions: collecting maritime remains as an everyday political practiceW099
Cardeira da Silva, MariaBooks on culture as souvenirs of cultural adventureW093
Carey, MatthewGender as a trigger for medical pluralism: differing experiences of madness among Moroccan BerbersW014
Čargonja, HrvojeReligious experience among the members of Hare Krishna community in Zagreb, Croatia: approaches and interpretationsW094
Carlisle, JessicaDiscord and judicial divorce in the Damascus and Marrakesh Muslim family courts: a comparative evaluationW069
Carmichael, CathieMountains, valleys and other divisions in Bosnia and HercegovinaW100
Carolino, JuliaHunting in the Alentejo (southern Portugal): the social and spatial outcomes of 'care' and 'selfishness'W002
Carrier, James GIntroductionW001
Carrithers, MichaelAddress in the second person: a condition of life and anthropologyPlen1
Carro-Ripalda, SusanaFlexibility and friction: conflicts in UK/Spanish health tourism and medical migrationW051
Carter, ThomasRevolutionary blasts: the politics of passion within the celebration of home runs in Cuban baseballW007
Carvalho, Ana MariaLocal ecological knowledge also comes "from books": cultural change, landscape transformation and conservation of biodiversity in two natural protected areas in PortugalW102
Casentini, GiuliaSocio-cultural and political change in a transnational group: the Konkombas (Ghana/Togo)W004
Cavatorta, GiovannaCambodian refugees and naturalizationW072
Cengic, Nejra NunaLife stories as reserach and didactic activityIW04
Cepaitiene, Auksuole'Wagon brothers, wagon sisters': symbolic and actual siblingship in a situation of life crisis W067
Ceuppens, BambiFrom 'the Europe of the regions' to the European Champion League: the electoral appeal of populist autochthony discourses in FlandersW035
Ceyhan, Muge AyanChanging conceptions of personhood in contemporary Turkey: an upper middle class school ethnographyW081
Chan, Yuk WahMigration recycled: Vietkieu and the construction of the Vietnamese modernityW062
Chwieduk, AgnieszkaLocal community on the 'peripheries of Europe': between sociology and anthropologyIW03
Ciavolella, RiccardoFRONTIERS OF MOBILITY, LIMITS OF CITIZENSHIP: POLITICAL MEANINGS OF MOBILITY FOR SOME FULANI GROUPS IN MAURITANIAW004
Cimdina, AgneseThe notion of embeddedness and its relevance in modern market economiesW002
Cimpric, AleksandraBody and soul in the occult imaginary in the contemporary Central African Republic W011
Cipollari, ChiaraWelcoming the guest: a new attitude or an old habit?W104
Cirkovic, SvetlanaNow and then: expressing social time in the refugee campW024
Ciubrinskas, VytisReclaiming European heritages of transatlantic migration: politics of identity of the descendants of early east European immigrants to TexasW089
Clarke, LindaDiscourses on diversity and identity produced by leading London companiesW057
Clarke, Richard“Sustainable” tourism and area studies - west looking east 1932 - 2007W104
Clavier, BerndtScalar selves: narratives, interviews and the responses of informantsW023
Clua Fainé, Montserrat"Pure" and "mixed" in nationalist discourse: immigrants and "xarnegos" in the sixties and seventies in CataloniaW063
Coello de la Rosa, AlexandreA propos of the statute of purity of blood in the Society of Jesus (1593)W063
Cole, HollyTowards a phenomenology of flyingIW01
Coleman, Steve"Creole" as a model of culture?W113
collective, MASNMoving anthropology student networkW121
Côté, DanielNarrative reconstruction of spirit possession experience: the double hermeneutic of Gaddis religious specialists in Western Himalaya (India)W094
Cotoi, CalinA 'nested' and 'perspectivistic' way of understanding the global - local nexusIW05
Couacaud, LeoThe white negro reconsidered: an exercise in ethnographic reflexivityW115
Couroucli, MariaShared shrines and the construction of local identities in the Balkan and Anatolian worldW018
Cozzi, DonatellaThe inner Border: frontiers, structural nostalgia and cultural intimacy in Topolo/Topolove (Natisone River Valley, Udine, Italy)W012
Craciun, Elena MagdalenaResearching fakes, practicing anthropology out of the corner of the eyeIW05
Craig, ElizabethFrom Soft to Hard law: international minority rights instruments and the drafting of a bill of rights for Northern IrelandW021
Crawford, Peter IanVisual Ethnography Basics (VEBweb), a web-based teaching packageW038
Crisafulli, DomenicoThe policies of identity: the Lithuanian caseW096
Crook, Tonythe eleventh hour: climate crisis, obviation and retirementW065
Cseh, FruzsinaThe loss of wheeler craftW082
Csoba DeHass, MedeiaOn conceptual analogy: a new analytical approach to religious syncretism - a case study from AlaskaW064
Cuceu, Codruta LianaThe role of public square in the formation of public sphere: the case of Romania in early post-communist periodW080
Cukut, SanjaIdentities and transnational migratory spaces: female migrants from the former Soviet Union in SloveniaW072
Cunha, ManuelaMaking sense of change: how to articulate the past and the present in ethnographic Inquiry?W114
Czarnowski, JuliaImagination of IraniannessW028
D'Agostino, GabriellaLa construction de la mémoire coloniale en Erythrée: les Erythréens, les Métis, les ItaliensW110
D'Alessio, VanniSpaces of separation and of integration: identities and symbolism in the evolution of post-war MostarW018
Dahl, GudrunReflexivity and essentialism in anthropologyW113
Dalakoglou, DimitrisMobile culture and immobile anthropology: towards an anthropology of the roads and flowsIW01
Dalsgård, Anne LineThe methodological problem of the epochéW087
Daniels, RobertWhere is anthropology when you need it?W005
Darieva, TsypylmaDiasporic homecomings beyond the ethnic lens: encounters in post-Soviet ArmeniaW083
Darieva, TsypylmaMaterializing memory: the Armenian loss after the postsocialist changemW096
Darling, Eliza JaneFire on the mountain: country music and the politics of warW120
Davis-Sulikowski, Ulrike"Agreeing to disagree": reflexivity as ritual performanceW118
Dawson, AndrewComing home to the world: the remaking of Bosnian village lifeW083
de Jong, FerdinandCollecting/exposing the self: the museum as photo opportunityW099
de L'Estoile, BenoîtPersonal relations, interlocution and ethnographic knowledgeW097
De La Rosa, SybilleAppropriation Processes between Center and PeripheryW113
de Rapper, GillesThe high wall and the narrow gate: Albanian borders at the margins of europeW047
Debevec, LizaPostponing piety in urban Burkina Faso: discussing ideas on when to start acting as a pious MuslimW008
DeHass, DavidRe-localization and the process of decision making in a Sugpiaq communityW003
del Mármol, CamilaHeritage, ecology and authenticity in the Catalan PyreneesW033
Delak Kozelj, ZvezdaSustainable cultural diversity and mutuality: the case of SloveniaW006
Demeli, Panayiota ToulinaFace to face behind bars: ethical fragilities in the researcher - prisoner relationship in a Greek prison for womenIW04
Deneva, Neda"In Spain I am like every one else - simply a Bulgarian immigrant": the flexibilization of identification and the double-naming strategy of Bulgarian Muslims in SpainIW03
Denni, KarenEntre le 'West' et le 'East': le concept de l'Europe centrale W012
Derges, JaneEloquent bodies: responses to violence in northern Sri LankaW032
Devisch, RenéIntercultural borderlinking, intersubjectivity and self-knowingW005
Devlieger, PatrickThe making of 'Hearing and Touching Leuven': blindness and multi-sensorial experience in citiesW049
Diasio, NicolettaSensible memories, embodied borders: an ethnographic research on family resemblances in WarsawW012
Dietz, Gunther"Indigenizing" or "interculturalizing" universities in Mexico: an ethnography of the local appropiation of globalized diversity discourses inside the "Universidad Veracruzana Intercultural"W034
DiGiacomo, Susan M.Emergent indigeneity in the first world: the case of CataloniaW035
Dimova, RozitaThe poet on the bridge in the "biblical land": art, ideology and borders in the Republic of MacedoniaW047
Dokic, GoranWar trauma and aftermath: PTSD in Croatian psychiatryW032
Dombos, TamasNarratives of concern: beyond the 'official' discourse of ethical consumptionW001
Dominguez, VirginiaMutuality and reciprocity in situations of marked inequality: dilemmas of and concerning US anthropology in the worldIW09
Donzelli, AuroraThe cultural politics of good governance: crisscrossing articulations of the global and the local in Toraja (Sulawesi, Indonesia)W062
Doron, AssaMoral economies in a modern world: kinship, morality and power among the Boatmen of Varanasi (Banaras), IndiaW002
Dorsch, HaukeContested integration: local policies and responses in small-town GermanyW079
Douny, LaurenceA phenomenology and praxeology of Dogon landscape: sensory kinetic experiences as modes of writing and constructing anthropological knowledgeW087
Dracklé, DorleUniversity reform made liveableW034
Drotbohm, Heike"It's like belonging to a place that has never been yours." Forced return migration and perceptions of involuntary immobilityPlen3
Droulias, AndreasNational identity and global awareness in two major football tournamentsW007
Durand, Jean-YvesEmbroideries on the webW085
Durão, SusanaTransparency/visibility and dissimulation/opacity in a street level bureaucracy, the Portuguese PoliceW052
Dürr, EvelineBi-cultural politics in a cosmopolitan city: Latinos' experiences in Auckland, Aotearoa/New ZealandW078
Dyck, NoelArticulating the "powers of sport": Canadians and the discursive construction of American athletic scholarshipsW007
Edgar, IainThe role of night dream incubation (Istikhara) in contemporary Islamic public lifeW074
Edmonds, AlexanderAesthetic triage: cosmetic surgery as an experimental medical technology in BrazilW040
Egan, Keith"I want to feel the Camino in my legs": trajectories of walking on the Camino de SantiagoW011
Egbe Orock, Rogers TabeMultiparty politics and the (re)production of political elites in Cameroon: the case of the South-West Elites Association (1990-2007)W025
Einarsdóttir, JónínaHappiness, uncertainty and ethical dilemmas in a neonatal care unitW109
Elchinova, MagdalenaA new subject at the margins: migration studies in BulgariaW089
Ellerbe-Dueck, CassandraAfrican migrant networks in GermanyW079
Engebrigtsen, Ada IngridArticulations of power: Rom life struggles beyond resistanceW116
Engler, StevenThe tactical work of play in a Brazilian Catholic prayer groupW118
Enguix, BegonyaIdentities, sexualities and commemorations: public space and sexual dissidenceW080
Epstajn, EmiliaThe concept of mutuality and diversity in the socialist and post-socialist period: the Museum of African Art, BelgradeW015
Ergül, HakanMedia technologies at home: how urban poor (culturally) consume mass media?W071
Errington, FrederickOne supersize does not fit all: flap versus Mac in the ethics of personal consumptionW001
Espirito Santo, DianaThe enactment of self and the nature of knowledge among mediums in Cuban espiritismoW094
Estevez, FernandoCollecting souvenirs, collecting tourists scientists, tourists and travel objects of the Canary IslandsW093
Evans, GillianResisting mutuality: multiculturalism and the controvery about the white working classes in BritainW078
Evens, TerryReflexive anthropology and social activismW005
Evers Rosander, EvaGetting a divorce in Spain: legal pluralism, gender and migrationW069
Fabian, JohannesCollecting thoughts - about collectingW099
Faje, FlorinTogether, but still apart: class positions and identities among football fans in Cluj-Napoca, RomaniaW108
Fakin Bajec, JasnaTourism in the Karst region in Slovenia: redevelopment after the decline during the Socialist periodW104
Falge, ChristianeCaught in the multicultural riddle: discursive frames of Turkish/Kurdish-speaking psychotherapists in GermanyW051
Farre Barril, Nuria MontserratInterpenetrations of nature and morality: the case of nocturnal seminal emissions in medieval theological thoughtW036
Fatland, ErikaThree years after the terrorist attack: emotions, memory and politics in BeslanW039
Faure, ArmelleAn anthropological approach of large dams in France and worldwideW121
Fava, FerdinandoLa Zen et la construction sociale de l'anthropologue W121
Favero, Paolo S. H."Italiani Brava Gente" ("Italians good people"): reflections on myths, nationhood and entertainment in contemporary Italian public cultureW110
Fedele, Anna"Black Madonna" versus "White Madonna": spiritual feminist pilgrimages in France and the changing significances attributed to dark Madonna statuesW064
Fedyuk, OlenaDeath in the life of Ukrainian migrants to ItalyW095
Feldman, JackieMacDavidification? Making the holy land look right for American protestant pilgrimsW120
Ferencová, MichaelaPost-socialist transformation and monument-building in a Slovakian townW080
Ferkov, KaterinaHealing femininity - balancing energiesIW08
Fernandes Ferreira, ElianeIndigenous identity in times of globalizationW046
Ferrari, FlorenciaDifference and identity among the Calon Gypsies in São Paulo (Brazil)W116
Ferreira, Maria LeticiaBuilding possible pastsW110
Ferreira, SóniaPortuguese voices abroad: representations, discourses and agendas of a migrant TV ShowW071
Fialova, LydieWhat we missed: institutions and community care in psychiatry (Czech Republic)W095
Fillitz, ThomasChallenging the gaze: art biennales as global placesW010
Finlay, AndrewAnthropology, governmentality and the peace process in IrelandW050
Finnstrom, SverkerDeveloping Africa and Europe: the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda and the war/peace business in the global shadowsIW06
Firat, BilgeTurkish Europeanization and the cultures of EU lobbying in BrusselsW052
Fischer, NicolasAbjects into subjects: games of control and eesistance in a retention centre for deported foreigners in contemporary FranceW043
Fisher, GaïaModern institutions in a cross-cultural perspective: the case of a feasibility study in Vanuatu (South Pacific)W081
Fisher, WilliamWhither the political party?W015
Fitzgerald, AnneDigging for a living in LiberiaW121
Forbess, AliceTrauma into triumphalism: affective registers of Serbian Orthodox monasticsW032
Franquesa, JaumeProducing immobility, preserving mobilityPlen3
Frazão-Moreira, AméliaLocal ecological knowledge also comes "from books": cultural change, landscape transformation and conservation of biodiversity in two natural protected areas in PortugalW102
Frenzel, FabianThe politics of mobility: ideology and instrumentalityIW01
Frigolé, JuanHeritage, ecology and authenticity in the Catalan PyreneesW033
Fumanti, MattiaAssociational life, citizenship and the public sphere in Britain: the case of two Ghanaian associations in LondonW088
Furri, FilippoThe hanging status of asylum seekers: the limbo of temporary residenceW043
Gaggiotti, HugoNarratives in parent's organisations of adoptive families in Spain: between commodities and gifts, market and kinshipW073
Gaibazzi, Paolo"Nerves!": struggling with immobility in The GambiaW004
Galasinska, AleksandraLeavers and stayers discuss returning homeW072
Gammeltoft, TineSonographic images of anomalous fetal bodies: tracing cultural mediationsIW02
Ganeva, RadoslavaFrom the 'staged folklore' to the ethnographic filmmakingW058
Garattini, ChiaraBecoming parent through lossW082
García Barranco, MargaritaBlack African heritage in Spain: the forgotten migrationW063
Garsten, ChristinaTransparency and the global gaze: the UN and the problem of social accountabilityW019
Gatt, Caroline'Welcome to the FoE family': the constitution and maintenance of mutuality at a distance in a transnational communityW072
Gatta, GianlucaAn ethnography of the migrants landing: the case of Lampedusa (Italy)W043
Gausset, QuentinBoundary crossing and ethnic passing: the negotiation of Fulbe identities in Northern CameroonW035
Geana, GheorghitaThe structure of anthropological research: a phenomenological hermeneuticsW087
Geisenhainer, Katja"War in particular offers exceptionally favorable opportunities for surveying foreign racial material" (Otto Reche (1879-1966), 1944)W050
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Gibert, Marie-PierreSpontaneous results of an organised musical experience: a residency of Arab and British musicians in the United KingdomW027
Girke, FelixFor an anti-literalist anthropologyW023
Gobetti, EricSpaces of separation and of integration: identities and symbolism in the evolution of post-war MostarW018
Gökalp, EmreMedia technologies at home: how urban poor (culturally) consume mass media?W071
Goldberg, KarinaBolivian domestic workers in Barcelona: negotiations of citizenship rights in the context of precarious labour markets, migration policies, and non-governmental associationsW088
Golob, TeaBetween various homes: considering ambivalent identities of Slovene returned emigrants and their descendents through the notion of homeW063
Goncalves, EuclidesThe politics of conviviality: traditional rural elites and the local state in Southern MozambiqueW025
Gori, ElisaThe influence of local administration and policy on the structuring and dynamics of migrants' associationism: Castelfiorentino and migrants from MoroccoW088
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Gowlland, GeoffreyPrivate enterprise and the ethos of the collective era in China: the case of a Chinese craft industryW002
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Grabolle Celiker, AnnaA nostalgic expression of Kurdishness in humorous popular cultureW009
Grasseni, CristinaRe-inventing food: ethics and politics of traditionW001
Grassiani, ErellaDiscursive strategies: how Israeli soldiers explain what they do and why they do itW039
Graw, KnutDivination and Islam: existential perspectives in the study of ritual and religious praxis in Senegal and GambiaW008
Gray, PattyBohemian methodologies?W097
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Gregoric Bon, NatasaEnvisioning place, change and the 'nation-state' on the peripheries of EuropeW047
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Guadeloupe, FrancioThe promise of a utopian home, or capitalism's commoditisation of blacknessW115
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Gudeman, StephenThe dialectics of economyW002
Guillermet, EliseThe local negociations of the global status of « orphaned and vulnerable children », in the nigerien muslim contextW019
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Hadolt, BernhardThe implementation of pre-symptomatic genetic testing in Austrian genetic counselling servicesW040
Halbmayer, ErnstThe revolutionary state, its opponents and the dilemmas of indigenous identities: dominant discourses and their consequences in VenezuelaW035
Haller, DieterNo local debate, no global impact: German anthropology since the 1980s (and a bit before)IW09
Halloy, ArnaudLearning possession in the Xangô cult of Recife (Brazil): outline of an emotional theoryW094
Halmai, GaborThe sin of socialism: nationalist mobilization in "transitional" HungaryW108
Handelman, DonThe ethic of being wrong: Levinas in the fieldW005
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Hannerz, UlfWorld-wide conversationsPlen1
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Harboe Knudsen, IdaEffects of legal changes in Lithuanian countryside after the entrance to the EUW095
Harvey, PennyGhosts, maths and ethnographic practiceW023
Harðardóttir, Kristín ESurplus materials from humans as a commodity in researchW040
Hayakawa, TomokoSelfish giving: the discourse of volunteering motivationsW101
Heady, PatrickEuropean kinship and the emotional economyW002
Heffernan, Emmae-rotic entrepreneurs: selling sex in DublinW121
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Heinisch, EliseLes cris des dieux dans la umbandaW094
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Hengen, MyleneIndigenous self-representation: Native American contemporary art and native curatingW010
Henning, AnnetteHeating Swedish houses: a discussion about the nature of change, household decision-making, and the prospect of reaching a national targetW003
Henríquez, MayteCollecting souvenirs, collecting tourists scientists, tourists and travel objects of the Canary IslandsW093
Hermann-Mesfen, JudithFacing the opposition between PEPFAR's (President's Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief) aims and the EOC's (Ethiopian Orthodox Church) followers living with HIV/AIDS aspiresW037
Hertzog, EstherThe suspicious anthropologist: elaborating on my mother's HolocaustW050
Herzig, PascaleChildren and youth as diversity managers: religion, ethnicity and gender in Swiss schoolsW031
Herzig, PascaleChildren and migration in Switzerland: coping with mutuality and diversity in Swiss schoolsW076
Hilgers, MathieuAutochtonie et décentralisation: perspective comparative dans des villes moyennes d'Afrique de l'OuestW035
Hocquet, MarieThe New Berlin, the contribution of the spirit of capitalism in the reshaping of the cityW033
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Hognestad, Hans KristianGlobalization and the contestation of identities in footballW007
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Höjdestrand, TovaEasy come, easy go: arbitrary encounters and homeless survival in post-Soviet RussiaW107
Hollomey, ChristinaIntegration between the poles of cultural difference: the intersectionality of Islam and gender in the Tyrolean municipality of TelfsW079
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Horáková, HanaPerspectives on tourism in the Czech Republic: old approaches, new dilemmas W104
Horolets, Anna(Re)creation of Europeanness: construction of Self and the Other by Polish tourists visiting former Soviet Union countries W089
Horstmann, AlexanderFrom coexistence to violence: towards a typology of exchange processes in South ThailandW053
Howell, Signe Norwegian academic anthropologists in public placesW044
Hrobat Virloget, KatjaLocal landscape as a substratum for the collective memoryW110
Huschke, SusannApplying Ethics to Research Reality: Responsibility, Mutuality, and Participation in the FieldW037
Huttunen, LauraIndividual and collective appropriations of loss in post-war BosniaW082
Højbjerg, ChristianMetaphorical kinship and religious identity: changing politics of neighbourliness in the Hinterland of Guinea and LiberiaW018
Iheanacho, George ChidiebereRethinking diversity through peace educationW091
Iida, JunkoThai massage as a therapy: suffering and healing among the Thai urban middle classW014
Irving, AndrewEIDOS: ways of knowingW038
Isenhour, CynthiaOn the challenges of signaling ethics without stuff: stories of sustainable and conspicuous non-consumptionW001
Ismailbekova, AksanaPatron-client relations: ritualized Okyl ata-ene in KyrgyzstanW106
Jacobsen, Christine MThe production of 'Norwegian Muslims': from immigrants to citizens?W098
Jacobsen, Jens Kr. SteenChallenges and opportunities for involvement with host communities among Nordic long-term visitors and expatriates in Costa BlancaW016
Jaeger, MargretThe use of traditional medicine as an observation during fieldwork in Brazilian AmazonW014
Jaffe, RivkeSurinamese maroons as reggae artistes: music and marginality in ParamariboW115
Jahoda, ChristianReligious diversity in the Western Himalayas and in Western Tibet: Tibetan Buddhism, Bon religion and 'local' religious traditions and the function of spirit possession/trance-mediumsW064
Jakoubek, MarekFirst and foremost we must understand: research among the Roma in the Czech RepublicW044
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Jančić, SrdjanProblem of data privacy protection of research subjectsIW04
Janko Spreizer, AlenkaChallenging romology as anthropological engagementW044
Jansen, StefMovements of opening and closure in everyday BalkanismW100
Jensen, TinaCrossing religious borders and identities in Denmark and Brazil: a comparative perspectiveW063
Jepson, AnneThe location of innovation: webs of academic relationships and web-based learningW034
Jerman, HelenaDisruptive continuities in time and place: informal care of children in the Finnish-Russian borderlandW076
Jezernik, BozidarValentin Vodnik, 'the first Slovenian poet'W080
Johansen, Katrine SchepelernSocial and cultural dimensions of case management - aspects of control in drug treatmentW020
Jöhncke, SteffenTreatmentality: a new approach to the policy and practice of drug use treatmentW020
Joshi, VibhaThe blurring of religious boundaries: Sekrenyi and Christmas among the Christian AngamiW064
Juntunen, MarkoThe day they caught Saddam: diasporic public space among Iraqi refugees in FinlandW098
Kaartinen, TimoQuestions of scale: violence, insecurity and community in Kei (Eastern Indonesia)W053
Kalantzis, KonstantinosThe warrior-shepherd signifier: locations and meanings of highland Cretan photographic subjectsW010
Kaliszewska, Iwona"What's the difference what's my nation or religion?"W018
Kampriani, EiriniEmbodied biographies of heritable breast cancer risk: (re)making the female body amidst medical, religious and social discourses IW02
Kantsa, VenetiaPaying for parenthood: money and kinship in assisted reproductionW002
Kapferer, BruceCosmology and the virtualW118
Kaplan, Sam"Letters to the editor": youth, Islam, and media in TurkeyW031
Karaca, BanuGovernance of or through culture: cultural policy and the making of EuropeW055
Kartveit, BardBethlehem past and present: memories of a lost communityW024
Katcherian, JeffSoft Law in a time of culture: EU bureaucrats and intercultural dialogueW021
Kaur, RaminderEthics and the inevitability of bias in research on nuclear issues in IndiaIW04
Kavanagh, WilliamAre the Gredos Mountains only to be for the wolves? The control and management of a Spanish protected areaW102
Kay, RebeccaThe production of social security in a rural Russian context: an agenda for researchW077
Kelly, TobiasTortured ethics: doubt and commitment in the UN human rights systemW069
Kenrick, JustinIdentités indigènes, autochtones et nationales ? Représentations stratégiques, luttes politiques et enjeux épistémologiquesW035
Keough, LeylaThe "cosmopolitanisms" of (Moldovan) postsocialist domestics in Istanbul and their Turkish employersW078
Keržan, DorijanNature, technology, and morality W036
Khabibullina, LiliaCirculation of Russian children in the process of migration: in and betweenW076
Khosronejad, PedramNarration of triumph or narration for triumph: Morteza Avini's war documentary filmW049
Kiliánová, GabrielaDreams as a communication method between the living and the deadW074
Kipsisei, GodfreyIntegrating traditional and modern knowledge of malaria among the Sabaot of Mount Elgon in KenyaIW08
Kjaerulff, Jens"The corrosion of character" revisited: flexible work in practiceW057
Klein, AxelThe anthropology of drugs: a modest European proposalW020
Kleist, NaujaFollow the container: negotiating belonging and loyalties through transnational charityW103
Klekot, EwaSocialis art, socialist lifestyle - alleviating memories of socialist past in PolandW096
Klungel, JanineSpeaking blood: expressions of sexual violence in GuadeloupeW039
Kneitz, PeterThe "church of Sakalava": towards the construction of religion by a Malagasy social settingW064
Knezevic Hocevar, DuskaOpposing the 'quiet revolution': the way to have children and university educationW073
Knibbe, KimEmbodying the Holy Ghost: incorporation and time within a Nigerian Pentecostal church in the NetherlandsW011
Knörr, JacquelineConceptualizing the 'C-word' yet again, or: about historical creolization's contemporary outcome*W113
Knudsen, AreInterpreting politicial violence in post-civil war Lebanon, 1989-2007W039
Kobelinsky, CarolinaTrapped in the asylum space, lost in the waiting time: everyday experiences of asylum seekers in French reception centersW043
Kobzeva, SvetlanaNational images of countries: Russia, UK and Iran in American press coverageW119
Kockel, UllrichViews of Europe: debatable landsW100
Koensler, Alexander«Liquid truth»: How the story of a demolished Bedouin village in Israel travels around the worldIW05
Kohl, ChristophInter-confessional sociability in a West African village: the Example of Gêba, Guinea-Bissau (West Africa)W018
Kohl, InesSaharian "borderline"-strategies: transnational mobility of Tuareg (Ishumar) between Niger, Algeria and LibyaW004
Kolenc, JanezDifferences among European students in motivation to learn: a cross-cultural studyW006
Kolodziejska-Degorska, IwonaThe attitude towards official medicine and local healing practices among Polish inhabitants of Pojana Mikuli village in southern Bucovina, Romania.W014
Komáromi, TündeDemons and paths to church adherence ('votserkovlenie'): possession and conversion around a Russian Orthodox exorcistW094
Koné, YayaLe phénomène sportif en Afrique soudanienne: the sports phenomenon in western AfricaW007
Koneska, ElizabetaA brief overview of the new ethnological film in MacedoniaW058
Kontopodis, MichalisSemiotic-material aspects of memory practices at schoolW110
Korolkov, AlexanderSymbolic interactionism: self-presentation based on semantics of time related constructsW110
Koscianska, AgnieszkaDistrust: negotiating women's agency within a fundamentalist Catholic milieu in PolandW048
Kosmatopoulos, NikolasPurifying "Hezbollah": the entanglement of diverse forms of expert knoweldge on "terrorism" in LebanonW026
Kotanyi, SophieCultural sensitive introduction of HIV/AIDS prevention by initiation ritual of rural girls in MozambiqueW014
Kotar, AljaPerception of tourist through the eyes of local residentsW016
Kotnik, VladoAnthropologists in the opera: professional engagements and private inclinations in musical lifeW027
Kradolfer, Sabine(Auto)essentialisation des différences culturelles ou comment peuples et Etat jouent à cache-cacheW035
Krause-Jensen, JakobLean management as a cultural system: ideology as common senseW057
Kravanja, BoštjanLiving in America, believing in Macedonia: an ethnographic account on mimicry and creativity in representations of BektashismW098
Kreinath, JensReflecting the mirror images of mimetic acts: filming and theorizing as refractions of Ritual PracticeW118
Kriel, JohannBe(com)ing a cult member or spirit medium: the malopo cult in South Africa revisitedW094
Krings-Ney, BrigitteCultural sensitive introduction of HIV/AIDS prevention by initiation ritual of rural girls in MozambiqueW014
Križnar, NaškoVisual ethnography as an emancipatory actW058
Kroeker, LenaAnthropological assessment on prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV/AIDS in LesothoW040
Kröhnert-Othman, SusanneThe second Adam's generation: on doing and undoing boundaries in an African based Christian Fellowship in GermanyW029
Kroner, Gudrun"Although I have a Jordanian passport…" memories and dreams of Palestinian refugees in JordanW028
Krzyworzeka, AmandaHidden power: who makes farm decisions?W003
Krzyworzeka, PawelLady in Pink. Different aspects of one color in the direct selling organization in PolandIW03
Krzyworzeka, PawelAmerican emotions meet with Polish emotionsW120
Kubica-Heller, GrazynaPolish Lutherans between "Catholic" state and evangelical movementsW064
Kuckert, AndreaTeaching and experiencing diversity: the minor programme Global Nursing as part of the nursing studies at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of NursingW051
Kugelberg, ClarissaDeepening urban democracy?W089
Kürti, LászlóNow that we are Europeans are we better off?IW09
Kuznecoviene, JolantaRe-defining markers and re-conceptualisation of the LithuaniannessW047
Kvedaravicius, MantasDreaming conspiracies: experiencing the law in post-Soviet ChechnyaW013
Laister, JudithHappy interactivity or hidden distinction: contact zones in the field of contemporary art W010
Lamberger Khatib, MajaSignificance of remittances in formation of social networks among Arabs and Bosniaks in Slovenia W103
Lamut, AlešMen who have sex with men and the loss of futureW082
Lange, IsabelleTo heal the sick is to heal oneself: the body as congregationW011
Lanzano, Cristiano"Mbedd baa ngi ni!" (here's the street): the representation of urban spaces among young Senegalese rappersW115
Larsen, Anne KathrineStaged history in local settingsW110
Larsen, Birgitte RommeDrawing back the curtains: everyday processes of inclusion and exclusion among newly arrived refugees in rural DenmarkW028
Lau, TimmEveryday technologies of Indian film: Bollywood meets Tibet in exileW071
Laviolette, Patrick'Co-opportunistic' mobility: experiencing social housing in LondonIW01
Le Courant, StefanLaughter and subversion in « retention place»W043
Leach, JamesGaps in Knowledge? Ethnographic practice, addition and collaborative endeavourW065
Leal, JoãoHoly Ghost festivals In the Americas: spontaneous diffusionism and ritual differentiationW105
Lechkar, ImanCrossing boundaries: conversion to and within Islam in a local Belgian and globalizing contextIW05
Lefkaditou, TheodoraIdentity formation among Afro Brazilian capoeira teachers in a transnational context W046
Leitner, DavidReflexive scepticism and familiar ethnographic objects: finding something to say in the networkW023
Leizaola, AitzpeaBones, buttons and photographs: objects for remembrance in the exhumation of mass graves of the Spanish civil warW096
Leizaola, RicardoCollaborating on the production and trade of images of cultural diversity of the Rift ValleyW049
Lelaj, OlsiIdeology and the citizen: an ethnography of concepts and praxis in socialist and post-socialist/capitalist AlbaniaW033
Lentz, CarolaNational aspirations, local commitments: elite funerals in Northern GhanaW025
Lenzi Grillini, FilippoL'identité ethnique "examinée": le cas des expertises anthropologiques sur les terres indigènes en Brésil.W035
Leservoisier, OlivierSlavery and emancipation in the haalpulaar society (Mauritania): the influence of migrants of servile origin on social renogotiationW004
Lewicki, Pawel"Pioneers of integration"? "Old" and "new" Europe in the European Commission's bureaucracyW052
Lewis, NicoCollaborating on the production and trade of images of cultural diversity of the Rift ValleyW049
Licina, MarijaThe concept of mutuality and diversity in the socialist and post-socialist period: the Museum of African Art, BelgradeW015
Lidén, HildeChildren, immigration policy and citizenship - Norway as caseW076
Lima, DianaEmerging ethos: ethnographic notes on "success" in contemporary BrazilW025
Lindquist, JohanIndonesian labor Brokers and rhizomatic connectionsW107
Lipovec Čebron, UršulaTraditional and complementary medicines in Istria: intertwining or paralleling?W014
Lo Conte, RossellaComparison of open/heterogeneous - closed/homogeneous local systems in dealing with diversity: LondonW006
Lo Sardo, SébastienHere and there: presence and absence among Hausa migrants in Belgium and urban NigerW004
Lofranco, Zaira TizianaElections in Sarajevo: images of boundaries, borders and wallsW059
Lohmann, RogerAssessing the reality of dream images: a true-false quiz in New GuineaW074
Lou, StinaInterMultiFemina - an anthropological analysis of ethnic minority-women’s narratives about health and general well-beingW121
Louw, MariaDreaming up futures: dream omens and magic in BishkekW074
Lubaś, MarcinCulture across cultures: social boundaries and mutuality in a Western Macedonian villageW055
Luetchford, PeterConsuming producers, producing consumers: Costa Rican households and the ethic of self-provisioningW001
Luig, TheaLegitimacy on stage: discourse and knowledge in environmental review processes in Northern CanadaW035
Lunaček, SarahActors and agency in the situation of rebellionIW07
Lund, Katrín AnnaScenery in motion: the event of Laugavegur ultra marathon, IcelandW007
Luraschi, Moira"Give them money to sustain me": ambigiuties of Cameroonian male redistributionW042
Luther, DanielTowards sustainable diversity in the city of BratislavaW006
Lutri, AlessandroMind, self and society: a critical view about the contemporary naturalistic way to conceptualize the identity group and the human natureW075
Lutz, PeterBetween formal and informal care: the permeable boundaries of home and care for older peopleW077
MacGregor, HayleyTheorising diverse understandings of mental disturbance in Khayelitsha, South AfricaW023
Mader, ElkeTitle: 'Bollywood makes you happy': visual and other pleasures among European fansW109
Maguire, MarkRethinking panopticism: biometric security, surveillance and the stateIW01
Mainsant, GwenaellePolice agents face prostitues: a singular case of bureaucratic relationship? From registers of interaction to the exercise of the police power.W052
Makaremi, ChowraBorder zones and alien detention in FranceW043
Makovicky, NicoletteLace or string: the moral conundrums of entrepreneurshipW002
Mankova, PetiaVisual Ethnography Basics (VEBweb), a web-based teaching packageW038
Mantzos, KonstantinosSpies, fugitives and illegal immigrants: defining the limits of legitimacy at the Greek-Albanian borderW059
Marabello, SeleniaGhanacoop case: diasporic discourses and localised practices of co-developmentW088
Maran, La RawAn ethnography of culture-identity switch in North BurmaW062
Marghescu, GeorgetaThe human nature in question: the re-naturalization of human being?W075
Marre, DianaNarratives in parent's organisations of adoptive families in Spain: between commodities and gifts, market and kinshipW073
Marten, BellaProper 'traditional' versus dangerous 'new': religious ideology and idiosyncratic Islamic practices in post-Soviet ChechnyaW098
Martín Casares, AureliaBlack African heritage in Spain: the forgotten migrationW063
Martínez Mauri, MònicaTerre Mère, territorialité et identité indigène à Kuna Yala (Panama)W035
Martins, HumbertoTeaching "the visual" in an undergraduate course of wordsW038
Martins, Maria Elisabete Local ecological knowledge also comes "from books": cultural change, landscape transformation and conservation of biodiversity in two natural protected areas in PortugalW102
Martynova, MarinaMigrants and their traditions in Moscow megacityIW08
Marx, EmanuelCycles of success and failure in advocacyW050
Marzano, MariellaWatching nature: birdwatchers as volunteers for biodiversity monitoringW101
Maskens, MaïtéAfrican Pentecostalism in Brussels: reconfiguration of gender relation and sexuality in diasporasW029
Masse, CédricThe making of political discourses and practices in an Argentinean slumW046
Mateos Cortés, Laura Selene"Indigenizing" or "interculturalizing" universities in Mexico: an ethnography of the local appropiation of globalized diversity discourses inside the "Universidad Veracruzana Intercultural"W034
Matyska, Anna"Everything has changed": anchoring the transnational practices and incorporationW103
Mavric, MiselaTravelling through mobilitiesIW01
Mayer, DanilaVienna street heroes - black music in parksW115
McCarthy, EliseCorporate social responsibility and employees in IrelandW057
McComsey, Tiffany“In the best interests of the child”: the Intergenerational legacy of past indigenous child welfare policies in AustraliaW077
McGee, KristinSmooth jazz, transnationalism and jazz's mobile representationsW027
McKee, RobertStorytelling for peace-building and sustainable cultural diversityIW08
McLean, StuartSpecters of comparativism: contemporary conjurations of a "minor" anthropological genreW113
McNeish, John-AndrewConstitutionalism in an insurgent state: plurality and the rule of law in BoliviaW069
Mee, WendyTranslocal identities in the Indonesian Malay worldW062
Meinert, Lotte"Checking the askaries (guards) of my body": testing for HIV and living with CD4 counts and viral loads in UgandaIW02
Melhuus, MaritImagining society: some issues in contemporary Norwegian bio-politicsW036
Melzer-Geva, MayaBetween two culturally diverse countries: constructing the Georgian identity in the Israeli societyW110
Mendes, CarlosExcellence in stupidityW034
Mendes, MariaMeasures and practices of the educational system concerning Gypsies: results of two case studies in Romania and PortugalW121
Mesaric, AndrejaVeiled women and bearded men: transforming Muslim identities in post-war Bosnia and HerzegovinaW098
Mesaritou, EvgeniaExpressions of popular piety at the shrine of Santa Maria delle Grazie: the construction of Padre Pio's sanctityW008
Mester, AndreaSisters and marriage in Shona society, ZimbabweW067
Mészáros, CsabaKin-group characterisation and competition for local resources in rural YakutiaW002
Metcalfe, JaniceThe role of night dream incubation (Istikhara) in contemporary Islamic public lifeW074
Michielsens, ElisabethDiscourses on diversity and identity produced by leading London companiesW057
Miciukiewicz, KonradCity of fear: everyday life strategies and tactics for coping with street violence in RecifeW039
Middelthon, Anne-LiseImaging and remembering incorporation of disasterW110
Middendorf, Heinz-JürgenChanging glances: reflecting ritual in early ethnographic cinemaW118
Midol, NancyHypnosis - a trance of possession without possessionW094
Miele, CaterinaInteractions and ambiguity of notions of war and peace in a colonial contextIW06
Miklavcic, Alessandra"I will kill myself if they deport me": negotiating citizenship at a mental health consultation in CanadaW051
Mikola, MasaBehind the iron fence: exploring difference and marginality in LjubljanaW028
Milič, EnricoThe 'hidden stories' of Lussìn families: emotions and the transmission of discourses of identity among the Italian minority of Lošinj / Lussino, CroatiaW059
Miller, DanielLondon: nowhere, in particularIW01
Mitchell, JonCelebrating charity through sportW007
Moeran, BrianBlack, white and red all over? An anthropology of book fairsW010
Moland, Karen Marie'My baby is killed when I breastfeed': challenges of selves and sociality in a context of mother to child transmission of HIV in East AfricaIW02
Moličnik, VesnaVisual research of lullabies and soothing rituals in SloveniaW058
Montmayeur-Deheurles, LisaGreek Orthodox and Muslim communities: from coexistence to the exchange of populationW053
Morell, MarcA proper viewpoint for a valued landscape: analysis of the urbanisation of heritage in the neoliberal cityW033
Moretti, DanieleGold mining and the mirroring of dreaming and waking life among the Hamtai-Anga of Mount Kaindi, Papua New Guinea.W074
Moz, MargaridaThe invisible familiesW073
Mühlfried, FlorianNewborn citizens in a post-Soviet landscapeW059
Müller, JulianeObservant participation among immigrant amateur football matchesW087
Müller, MonikaChildren and youth as diversity managers: religion, ethnicity and gender in Swiss schoolsW031
Müller, MonikaChildren and migration in Switzerland: coping with mutuality and diversity in Swiss schoolsW076
Munter, NadiaItineraries and routes: anthropological perspectives on tourism and free climbingW121
Murphy, DavidHate couture: the deployment of the spectacular in live performancesW121
Murphy, Fiona'Slouching towards Bethlehem,' processing trauma through the site of traumaW032
Mustafa, MentorThe experience of diversity and mutuality through an ethnography and historical anthropology of Islam in AlbaniaW098
Naguib, NefissaOpening up files: adjudication of Egyptian Jewish claims in CairoW024
Napier, DavidIs some training worse than no training? The problem of empathy in multi-cultural careW014
Narotzky, SusanaStressed responsible subjects: market, state and moral obligation and the paradoxes of the economyW002
Naumescu, Vladthe work of imagination in religious experienceW094
Naumovic, SlobodanTwenty years of filming in the Southern Banat: so what?W058
Navaro-Yashin, YaelGoverning social relations internationally: the legal management of conflictIW06
Nencel, LorraineOn methodological relics: etic outsiders, emic insiders, and fieldwork relationshipsW097
Neofotistos, VasilikiThe cultural politics of shopping and the fashioning of "modern" Albanian subjectivities in the Republic of MacedoniaW009
Neveling, PatrickExport processing zones within the project of modernisation: a theoretical and empirical re-evaluation of diffusionism, imperialism and globalismW105
Neveu Kringelbach, HélèneTransnationalism and social mobility through the performing arts in SenegalW004
Nic Craith, MáiréadWriting Europe: the dialogue of 'liminal Europeans'IW03
Nicolescu, RazvanGetting bored: mobile phone use among Romanian teenagersW071
Niedźwiedź, AnnaNationalism and Catholicism: The cult of Mary as a mass movement and private piety in PolandW008
Nielsen, KatherineInternational students, consumption and marketing in higher education: student responses in the UKW034
Nilsson, ErikAmerican conservatism and the status of political beliefW119
Nitsiakos, VassilisStudying migration in the Greek-Albanian border region: tHeoretical and methodological issuesW059
Noret, JoelContrasted public recognitions of the "Celestial Church of Christ" and the "Nouvelle Jérusalem" in BrusselsW029
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