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Ahrens, Thomas and Mollona, Massimiliano. 2007. Organisational control as cultural practice: a shop floor ethnography of a Sheffield steel mill. Accounting Organizations and Society, 32(4-5), pp. 305-331. ISSN 03613682 [Article]

Al-Masri, Muzna. 2016. Political Theatre: Football and Contestation in Beirut. Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London [Thesis]

Alexander, Catherine M.. 2001. Legal and Binding: time, change and long term transactions. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 7(3), pp. 467-485. ISSN 13590987 [Article]

Alexander, Catherine M.. 2004. Values, Relations and Changing Bodies: Industrial Privatisation in Kazakhstan. In: C. Humphrey and K. Verdery, eds. Property in Question: Value transformation in the global economy. Berg, pp. 251-274. ISBN 9781859738825 [Book Section]

Alexander, Catherine M.. 2004. The cultures and properties of decaying buildings. Focaal, 44, pp. 48-60. ISSN 15579336 [Article]


Besson, Jean. 2003. Empowering and engendering hidden histories in Caribbean peasant communities. In: Thomas Bremer and Ulrich Fleischmann, eds. History and Histories in the Caribbean. 70 Madrid: Jam Educational, pp. 69-113. ISBN 978-0945179030 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2003. Euro-Creole, Afro-Creole, Meso-Creole: creolization and ethnic identity in west-central Jamaica. In: Gordon Collier and Ulrich Fleischmann, eds. A Pepper-Pot of Cultures: Aspects of Creolization in the Caribbean. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, pp. 169-188. ISBN 978-9042009288 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2003. Gender and development in the Jamaican small-scale marketing system. In: David Barker and Duncan McGregor, eds. Resources, planning and environmental management in a changing Caribbean. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, pp. 11-35. ISBN 978-9766401344 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2003. History, culture and land in the English-speaking Caribbean. In: A.N. Williams, ed. Proceedings of the conference on Land in the Caribbean: policy, administration and management in the English-speaking Caribbean. Madison USA: Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison., pp. 31-60. [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2003. '‘History, culture and land in the English-speaking Caribbean’'. In: International Conference on Land policy, administration and management in the English-Speaking Caribbean, sponsored by the Ministry of Agriculture, Land & Marine Resources, Trinidad and Tobago and organised by the Land Tenure Center, University of Wiscons. Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Besson, Jean. 2007. Introduction. In: Jean Besson and J. Momsen, eds. Caribbean land and development revisited. New York: Palgrave, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9780230261242 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2005. Introduction: Caribbean narratives of belonging. In: Jean Besson and K. Olwig, eds. Caribbean narratives of belonging: fields of relations, sites of identity. Oxford: Macmillan, pp. 1-14. ISBN 978-1405018791 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2012. '“Jamaica 50”: the role of peasantization in the development of a Caribbean nation-state’'. In: Graduate Seminar, Centre for Amerindian, Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Department of Social Anthropology, University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Besson, Jean. 2015. 'Jamaican hidden histories in Caribbean context: maroons, free villages and ‘squatter’ settlements'. In: Jamaican hidden histories in Caribbean context: maroons, free villages and ‘squatter’ settlements. The Drum Intercultural Arts Centre, Birmingham, United Kingdom 1-3 July 2015. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Besson, Jean. 2002. Land, Territory and Identity in the Deterritorialized, Transnational Caribbean. In: M. Saltman, ed. Land and Territoriality. Berg, pp. 175-208. ISBN 1859735649 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2002. Land, territory and identity in the deterritorialized, transnational Caribbean. In: Michael Saltman, ed. Land and Territoriality. Oxford: Berg Publishers, pp. 175-208. ISBN 9781859735695 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2011. M. G. Smith’s plural society theory and the challenge of Caribbean creolization. In: B Meeks, ed. M. G. Smith: Social theory and anthropology in the Caribbean and beyond. Kingston and Miami: Ian Randle Publishers, pp. 22-42. ISBN 978-976-637-533-1 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2008. '‘M. G. Smith’s plural society theory and the challenge of Caribbean creolization’'. In: International Conference in honour of the late Professor M. G. Smith (O.M. Jamaica). University of the West Indies/University of California, Centre for Caribbean Thought, U.W.I., Kingston, Jamaica. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Besson, Jean. 2012. '‘Maroons, free villagers and “squatters” in the development of Independent Jamaica’'. In: conference Fifty Years of Jamaican Independence: Developments and Impacts. Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London, School of Advanced Study, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Besson, Jean. 2002. Martha Brae's Two Histories: European Expansion and Caribbean Culture-Building in Jamaica. University of North Carolina Press. ISBN 0807827347 [Book]

Besson, Jean. 2011. Missionaries, planters, and slaves in the age of abolition. In: Stephan Palmie and Francisco A Scarano, eds. The Caribbean: A history of the region and its peoples. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, pp. 317-329. ISBN 9780226645087 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2009. Myal, Revival and Rastafari in the making of western Jamaica: dialogues with Chevannes. In: Horace Levy, ed. The African-Caribbean world view and the making of Caribbean society. Kingston: University of West Indies Press, pp. 26-45. ISBN 978-9766402105 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2004. Periodization or Process? An Anthropological View of History. Journal of Victorian Culture, 9(2), pp. 244-250. ISSN 1355-5502 [Article]

Besson, Jean. 2000. '‘Reflections on Caribbean Studies in the Year 2000’'. In: 23rd Annual Conference of the Society for Caribbean Studies. University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Besson, Jean. 2016. Review of Ties that bind: the black family in post-slavery Jamaica, 1834-1882 by Jenny M. Jemmott. New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, 90(3-4), ISSN 1382-2373 [Article] (In Press)

Besson, Jean. 2012. Review of Cultural DNA: gender at the root of everyday life in rural Jamaica by D. J. Fox. New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, 86(3-4), pp. 381-384. ISSN 1382-2373 [Article]

Besson, Jean. 2010. Review of Down town ladies: informal commercial importers, a Haitian anthropologist, and self-making in Jamaica by G. A. Ulysse. New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, 84(3-4), pp. 315-318. ISSN 1382-2373 [Article]

Besson, Jean. 2014. Review of Enacting power: the criminalization of obeah in the Anglophone Caribbean, 1760-2011 by Jerome S. Handler and Kenneth M. Bilby. Slavery & Abolition: A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies, 35(2), pp. 384-386. ISSN 0144-039X [Article]

Besson, Jean. 2009. Review of Jamaica in 1850 or, the effects of sixteen years of freedom on a slave colony by J. Bigelow. New West Indian Guide/Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, 83(1-2), ISSN 1382-2373 [Article]

Besson, Jean. 2004. Review of Jamaica in slavery and freedom: history, heritage and culture by K. E. A. Monteith and G. Richards (eds.). New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, 78(3-4), pp. 315-317. ISSN 1382-2373 [Article]

Besson, Jean. 2007. Review of Negotiating Caribbean freedom: peasants and the state in development by M. A. Crichlow. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews, 36(4), pp. 360-361. ISSN 0094-3061 [Article]

Besson, Jean. 2008. Review of The language of dress: resistance and accommodation in Jamaica, 1760-1890 by S. O. Buckridge. New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, 80(3-4), pp. 265-267. ISSN 1382-2373 [Article]

Besson, Jean. 2005. Sacred sites, shifting histories: narratives of belonging, land and globalization in the Cockpit Country, Jamaica. In: Jean Besson and K. Olwig, eds. Caribbean narratives of belonging: fields of relations, sites of identity. Oxford: Macmillan, pp. 17-43. ISBN 978-1405018791 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2010. '‘Southampton arrival: the making of a Meso-Creole, a Caribbeanist and Caribbean Studies in the U.K.’'. In: 34th Annual Conference of the Society for Caribbean Studies. University of Southampton, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Besson, Jean. 2007. ‘Squatting’ as a strategy for land settlement and sustainable development. In: Jean Besson and J. Momsen, eds. Caribbean land and development revisited. New York: Palgrave, pp. 135-146. ISBN 9780230261242 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2012. '‘Transformations of freedom in the land of the Maroons: creolization in the Cockpits, Jamaica’'. In: Caribbean Research Seminar in the North. Caribbean Research Seminar in the North, University of Newcastle, United Kingdom Caribbean Research Seminar in the North, University of Newcastle, 10 May 2013 and to the Jamaican Historical Society, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica, 11 December 2012.. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Besson, Jean. The appropriation of lands of law by lands of myth in the Caribbean region. In: Allen Abramson and Dimitrios Theodossopoulos, eds. Land, law and environment. London: Pluto Press, pp. 116-135. ISBN 9780745315751 [Book Section]

Besson, Jean. 2008. '‘The sacred and the secular in Caribbean creolization: land, kinship, gender and religion’'. In: International Conference on The sacred and the secular. School of Humanities, University of Southampton, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Besson, Jean and Momsen, J.. 2007. Caribbean Land and Development Revisited. Palgrave. ISBN 140397392X [Book]

Bierski, Krzysztof. 2014. ‘Mental Health is Something We All Have’: Shifting Ideas and Practices Regarding Mental Health in the United Kingdom. Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London [Thesis]

Blackwood, Evelyn and Johnson, Mark. 2012. Queer Asian Subjects: Transgressive Sexualities and Heteronormative Meanings. Asian Studies Review, 36(4), ISSN 1035-7823 [Article]

Bone, A; McGrath-Lone, Louise; Day, Sophie E. and Ward, H.. 2014. Inequalities in cancer patient experience: analysis of data from the National Cancer Patient Experience Survey 2011-12. BMJ Open, 4(2), ISSN 2044-6055 [Article]

Bruton, J; Norton, C; Smyth, N; Ward, H. and Day, Sophie E.. 2016. Nurse handover : Patient and staff experiences. British Journal of Nursing, 25(7), pp. 386-393. [Article]

Buchczyk, Magdalena. 2014. Encounters in the workshops: Reconsidering pattern, plot and space of Horezu pottery. Annuaire Roumain d'Anthropologie, 51, pp. 115-130. ISSN 0570-2259 [Article]

Buchczyk, Magdalena. 2015. Heterogenous Craft Communities: Reflections on Folk Pottery in Romania. Journal of Museum Ethnography, 28, pp. 28-49. ISSN 0954–7169 [Article]


Caplan, Pat. 2003. ‘Abner Cohen’. In: V. Amit, ed. Biographical Dictionary of Social And Cultural Anthropology. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 0415475538, 978-0415475532 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1995. "Anthropology and the Study of Disputes" Introduction to. In: Pat Caplan, ed. Understanding Disputes: the Politics of Law. Oxford: Berg Publishers, pp. 1-10. ISBN 9780854969241 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2002. ''Anthropology as a moral discipline: social justice, ethics and human rights''. In: Canadian Anthropology Society Conference, 'Social justice, culture and power'. University of Windsor, Canada. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Caplan, Pat. 2003. ''Anthropology in the new world (dis)order' Keynote lecture at the Annual Conference of South African Anthropologists'. In: Annual Conference of South African Anthropologists. University of Cape Town, South Africa. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Caplan, Pat. 1999. Anthropology, History and Personal Narratives: Reflections on Writing ‘African Voices, African Lives. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 9, pp. 283-290. ISSN 0080-4401 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1976. Ascetics in Western Nepal. Eastern Anthropologist, 26(2), pp. 174-182. ISSN 0012-8686 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2008. Between socialism and neo-liberalism: Mafia Island, Tanzania, 1965-2004. Review of African Political Economy, 34(114), pp. 679-694. ISSN 0305-6244 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2016. Big Society or Broken Society?: Food Banks in the UK. Anthropology Today, 32(1), pp. 5-9. ISSN 0268-540X [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2006. ''But is it real food? Responses to globalisation in Tanzania and India'. In: SCOFF panel of the BSA Annual Conference on Order and Disorder. Harrogate, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Caplan, Pat. 2007. ‘But the coast, of course, is quite different’: academic and local ideas about the East African littoral’. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 1(2), pp. 305-320. ISSN 1753-1055 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2004. ‘Can Risk Management Be Universal? The Significance of Cultural and Social Differences’. In: R. Sakai, ed. Framework of Health Risk Management Science. Tokyo: URMPM Publishers. [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1985. "Celibacy as a solution? Mahatma Gandhi and Brahmacharya". In: Pat Caplan, ed. The Cultural Construction of Sexuality. London: Tavistock Publications, pp. 271-295. ISBN 978-0415040136 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2009. ''Changing Swahili cultures in a globalising world: An approach from anthropology’'. In: ‘Cultural Dynamics of Pre-colonial and Colonial Swahili society’. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea, Republic of 14-15th May 2009. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Caplan, Pat. 2010. ‘Child sacrifice in Uganda? The BBC, ‘witch doctors’ and anthropologists’. Anthropology Today, 26(2), pp. 4-7. ISSN 0268-540X [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1995. '"Children are our wealth and we want them": a difficult pregnancy on Mafia Island, Tanzania'. In: , ed. Women Wielding the Hoe: Lessons from Rural Africa for Feminist Theory and Development Practice. Oxford: Berg Press. ISBN 978-1859730737 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1975. Choice and Constraint in a Swahili Community: Property. Hierarchy and Cognatic Descent on the East African Coast. London: Oxford University Press/International African Institute. ISBN 978-0197241950 [Book]

Caplan, Pat. 2001. Civilization and barbarism: an anthropological approach. In: E.S. Shaffer, ed. Comparative Criticism: Volume 23. Cambridge University Press, pp. 155-171. ISBN 978-0521808071 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1985. Class and Gender in India: Women and their Organisations in a South Indian City. London: Tavistock Publications. ISBN 978-0422799706 [Book]

Caplan, Pat. 1969. Cognatic Descent Groups on Mafia Island, Tanzania. Man; a monthly record of anthropological science, 4(3), pp. 419-431. ISSN 0025-1496 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2012. ‘Cull or vaccinate? Badger politics in Wales’. Anthropology Today, 28(6), pp. 17-21. ISSN 0268-540X [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2010. Death on the Farm: culling badgers in North Pembrokeshire. Anthropology Today, 26(2), pp. 14-18. ISSN 0268-540X [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2013. ‘Death on the farm: badger culling in North Pembrokeshire’. In: Hilary Callan; Brian Street and Simon Underdown, eds. Introductory Readings in Anthropology. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books and RAI. ISBN 0857459694, 978-0857459695 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1981. Development Policies in Tanzania: Some Implications for Women. The Journal of Development Studies, 17(3), pp. 98-108. ISSN 0022-0388 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1994. Distanciation or differentiation - what difference does it make? Critique of Anthropology, 14(2), pp. 99-115. ISSN 0308-275X [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2000. 'Eating British Beef with Confidence': perceptions of the risk of BSE in London and West Wales. In: Pat Caplan, ed. Risk Revisited. London and Sterling, Virginia: Pluto Press,. ISBN 0745314686, 9780745314686 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1992. "Engendering Knowledge". In: S. Ardener, ed. The Persons and Powers of Women. Oxford: Berg Press, pp. 65-87. ISBN 9780854968664 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1988. Engendering knowledge: the politics of ethnography (Part 1). Anthropology Today, 4, pp. 8-12. ISSN 0268-540X [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1998. 'Experiencing old age on Mafia Island, Tanzania'. In: M. Aguilar, ed. The Politics of Age and Gerontocracy in Africa. Trenton, N.J.: African World Press.. ISBN 978-0865435988 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2000. 'Food in middle-class households in Madras, 1974-94'. In: B.C.A. Walraven and K. Cwiertka, eds. Food in Asia: the Global and the Local. Curzon Press. ISBN 978-0-8248-2544-7 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1982. "Gender, Ideology and Modes of Production on the East African coast". In: J. de Vere Allen, ed. From Zinj to Zanzibar: History, Trade and Society on the Coast of East Africa. Berlin: Franz Steiner Verlag, pp. 29-43. [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1978. "Hierarchy or Stratification: Two Case Studies from Nepal and East Africa". In: J. Fisher, ed. Himalayan Anthropology. The Hague: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 53-65. ISBN 978-9027977007 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1995. "'In my office we don't have closing hours: gendered household relations in a Swahili village in northern Mafia Island". In: Colin Creighton and Cuthbert Omari, eds. Gender, Family, and Household in Tanzania. Avebury: Aldershot, pp. 118-138. ISBN 978-1856286510 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2005. ‘In search of the exotic: a discussion of the BBC2 series ‘Tribe’’. Anthropology Today, 21(2), pp. 3-8. ISSN 0268-540X [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1979. Indian Women, Illusion and Reality: a Review of Some Recent Books. Women's studies international quarterly, 2(4), pp. 461-479. ISSN 0148-0685 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1993. "Introduction II". In: D Bell; Pat Caplan and W. Karim, eds. Learning Gender: field work in a Tanzanian coastal village, l965 85. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 19-27. [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2004. 'Introduction'. In: Pat Caplan and F. Topan, eds. Swahili Modernities. Lawrenceville, NJ: Africa World Press. ISBN 1592210465, 978-1592210466 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2002. 'Introduction: The ethics of anthropology’. In: Pat Caplan, ed. Anthropology and Ethics: debates and dilemmas. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 0415296439, 978-0415296434 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2000. ‘Introduction: anthropology and risk’. In: Pat Caplan, ed. Risk Revisited. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 0745314686, 978-0745314686 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1985. 'Introduction’. In: Pat Caplan, ed. The Cultural Construction of Sexuality. London and New York: Routledge. [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2009. ‘Is It Real Food?’: Who Benefits from Globalization in Tanzania and India? In: David Inglis and Debra Gimlin, eds. The Globalization of Food. Oxford and New York: Berg, pp. 273-290. ISBN 978-1845208202 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1980. Joiners and non joiners: an Indian city suburb and its women's club. Sociological Bulletin, 29(2), pp. 207-221. ISSN 0038-0229 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2002. ‘Joke Schrijvers: an Appreciation'. In: E. Lammers and L. Nencel, eds. Making Waves: inspiring critical and feminist research: a tribute to Joke Schrijvers. Amsterdam, Aksant, pp. 32-35. ISBN 9052600562 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1998. 'La vie politique en mutation d'un village cotier de la Tanzanie'. In: F. le Guennec-Coppens and David Parkin, eds. Autorite et Pouvoir chez les Swahili. Paris: Karthala; IPRA, Nairobi, pp. 77-97. ISBN 2865378691 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1995. "Law and custom: marital disputes on Mafia Island, Tanzania". In: Pat Caplan, ed. Understanding Disputes: the Politics of Law. Oxford: Berg Publishers, pp. 203-222. ISBN 9780854969241 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1993. "Learning Gender: field work in a Tanzanian coastal village, l965 85". In: D. Bell; Pat Caplan and W. Karim, eds. Gendered Fields. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 168-181. [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2007. 'Never Again': Genocide Memorials in Rwanda. Anthropology Today, 23(1), pp. 20-23. ISSN 0268-540X [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1989. Perceptions of gender stratification. Africa: The Journal of the International African Institute, 59(2), pp. 106-208. ISSN 0001-9720 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1972. Priests and Cobblers: Social Change in a Hindu Village in Western Nepal. San Francisco: Chandler. ISBN 978-0810204546 [Book]

Caplan, Pat. 2001. ''Risky Business: The Changing Landscapes of Anthropology''. In: Paul Stirling Memorial Lecture. University of Kent UKC, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Caplan, Pat. 1992. "Socialism from above; the view from below". In: Peter Forster, ed. Tanzanian Peasantry: Economy in Crisis. Gower Press, pp. 103-123. ISBN 978-1856281553 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2010. Something for posterity or hostage to fortune? Archiving anthropological field material. Anthropology Today, 26(4), pp. 13-17. ISSN 0268-540X [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1992. "Spirits and Sex: a Swahili informant and his diary". In: Judith Okely and Helen Callaway, eds. Anthropology and Autobiography. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 64-81. ISBN 978-0415051897 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2004. ‘Struggling to be modern: recent letters from Mafia Island’. In: Pat Caplan and F. Topan, eds. Swahili Modernities. Lawrenceville NJ: Africa World Press. ISBN 1592210465, 978-1592210466 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1978. "The Swahili of Chole Island, Tanzania". In: A. Sutherland, ed. Face Values. BBC/RAI, pp. 140-75. [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2006. Terror, Witchcraft and Risk. AnthroGlobe, ISSN 1481-3440 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2005. Towards a feminist ethics of anthropology. Lova: Landelijk Overleg Vrouwenstrudies in de Antropologie/ Tijdschrift voor Feministiche Antropologie (Journal of Women’s Studies in Anthropology / Feminist Anthropology), 26(2), pp. 3-23. [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 2005. ''Towards a feminist ethics of anthropology''. In: LOVA (Gender and Anthropology) conference. , Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Caplan, Pat. 2015. ‘The Transcendent Subject? Biography as a medium for writing ‘life and times’’. In: N. Rapport; James Staples; Isak Niehaus and Katie Smith, eds. Anthropology and Biography. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Publications. [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2015. ‘Two weddings in northern Mafia – changes in women’s lives since the 1960s’. In: Erin Stiles and Katherine Daly Thompson, eds. Gendered Lives in the Western Indian Ocean: Islam, Marriage, and Sexuality on the Swahili Coast. Ohio University Press. ISBN 978-0821421871 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2008. ‘Understanding difference, seeking transcendence: some personal reflections on a career in anthropology’. In: J. Kelso, ed. The Tao of Anthropology. University Press of Florida. ISBN 0813032628, 978-0813032627 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2009. ‘Understanding modernity/ies on Mafia Island, Tanzania: the idea of a moral community’. In: Kjersti Larsen, ed. Knowledge, Renewal and Religion: repositioning and changing ideological and material circumstances among the Swahili on the East African Coast. Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute. ISBN 978-91-7106-635-0 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1999. 'Where have all the young girls gone? Gender and sex ratios on Mafia Island, Tanzania'. In: P. Forster and S. Maghimbi, eds. Agrarian Economy, State and Society in Contemporary Tanzania. Avebury Press: Aldershot. [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1996. Why do people eat what they do? Approaches to food and diet from a social science perspective. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 1(2), ISSN 1359-1045 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1975. "Women in the Anthropology Profession". In: R. Rohrlich Leavitt, ed. Women Cross culturally: Change and Challenge. The Hague: Mouton, pp. 547-549. ISBN 978-0202011479 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1983. "Women's Property, Islamic Law and Cognatic Descent". In: R. Hirschon, ed. Women and Property, Women as Property. London: Croom Helm, pp. 23-43. [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1985. Women's Voluntary Social Welfare Work in India: the Cultural Construction of Gender and Class. Bulletin of concerned Asian scholars, 17(1), pp. 20-31. ISSN 0007-4810 [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1978. "Women's organisations in Madras city, India". In: J. Bujra and Pat Caplan, eds. Women United, Women Divided: Cross cultural Perspectives on Female Solidarity. Tavistock: London and Bloomington: Indiana University Press. ISBN 978-0422764902 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 1984. Women's voluntary social service in India - is it work? In: Kenneth Ballhatchet and David Taylor, eds. Changing South Asia. Hong Kong: Asian Research Service, pp. 69-80. ISBN 9622340210 [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat. 2011. A ‘clash of civilizations’ on Mafia Island? The story of a dance festival. Anthropology Today, 27(2), pp. 18-21. ISSN 0268-540X [Article]

Caplan, Pat. 1989. The cross cultural validity of feminism - a case study from Tanzania. Garcia de Orta. Série de Antropobiologia, 6(1-2), ISSN 0870-0168 [Article]

Caplan, Pat and Keane, A.. 1999. 'Health Professionals' Concepts of Healthy Eating'. In: B.M. Koehler; E. Feichtinger; E. Dowler and G. Winkler, eds. Public Health and Nutrition: The Challenge. Berlin: Edition Sigma, Rainer Bohn Verlag, pp. 228-244. [Book Section]

Caplan, Pat; Keane, A.; Willetts, A. and Williams, J.. 1998. 'Concepts of Healthy Eating: Approaches from a social science perspective.'. In: A. Murcott, ed. The Nation's Diet: the Social Science of Food Choice. London and New York: Longman, pp. 168-182. ISBN 978-0582302853 [Book Section]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2009. 'Aborescent culture: writing and not writing racehorse pedigrees' in Kinship and Beyond: The Genealogical Model Reconsidered. Sandra Bamford and James Leach, eds. 2009. Berghahn Books, New York. In: Sandra Bamford and James Leach, eds. Kinship and Beyond: The Genealogical Model Reconsidered. 15 New York: Berghahn, pp. 24-49. ISBN 1845458966 [Book Section]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2014. Afterword: Manufacturing Gambling. Oceania, 84(3), pp. 306-314. ISSN 1834-4461 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2013. Against the Odds A Professional Gambler’s Narrative of Achievement. In: , ed. The social life of achievement. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 43-60. ISBN 978-1-78238-220-1 [Book Section]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2000. Are all men equal on the turf and under it?’. Newsletter for the Society for the Study of Gambling, 34, pp. 13-20. [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2007. Blood "Bon sang me saurait mentir". Reproduction d'hommes et de chevaux Newmarket. Ethnologie Française, 37(2), pp. 233-242. ISSN 00462616 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2007. Book Review: 'Gambling and survival in native North America' by Paul Pasquaretta. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 13(3), pp. 753-754. ISSN 1359-0987 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2006. Book Review: 'I Want to Know about the Dogs'. Theory, Culture & Society, 23(7-8), pp. 324-328. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2009. ‘Casino capitalism’ and the financial crisis. Anthropology Today, 25(4), pp. 10-13. ISSN 0268540X [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2008. Dolly mixtures: the remaking of genealogy – By Sarah Franklin. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 14(1), pp. 227-228. [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2014. Fair game? Producing and publishing gambling research. International Gambling Studies, 14(3), pp. 345-353. ISSN 1445-9795 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2005. ‘Falling in love with horses: the international thoroughbred auction’. Society and Animals, 13(1), pp. 51-68. ISSN 1063-1119 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2010. Gambling as exchange: horserace betting in London. International Gambling Studies, 10(2), pp. 139-149. ISSN 1445-9795 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2007. Horse People: thoroughbred culture in Lexington and Newmarket. Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 0801887038 [Book]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2012. Horse versus machine: battles in the betting shop. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 18(2), pp. 266-284. ISSN 1359-0987 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2016. How Corporations Shape our Understanding of Problems with Gambling and their Solutions. In: Nora Kenworthy; Ross MacKenzie and Kelley Lee, eds. Case Studies on Corporations and Global Health Governance Impacts, Influence and Accountability. Rowman and Littlefield. ISBN 9781783483570 [Book Section]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2013. Introduction to Cambridge Companion to Horseracing. In: , ed. Cambridge Companion to Horseracing. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-10. ISBN 9781107618367 [Book Section]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2007. 'Le pur-sang dans la course, de Newmarket au Kentucky'. In: Daniel Roche; Daniel Reytier; Nicole de Blomac and Michel Constantini, eds. A cheval! Ecuyer, amazons & cavaliers. Association pour l'academie d'art equestre de Versailles. ISBN 978-2913018037 [Book Section]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2012. Lives With Others: Climate Change and Human-Animal Relations. Annual Review of Anthropology, 41(1), pp. 21-36. ISSN 0084-6570 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2001. ‘On the human-animal boundary’. Anthrozoos: A Multidisciplinary Journal of The Interactions of People & Animals, 14(4), pp. 194-203. ISSN 0892-7936 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2013. Partial Convergence: Social Gaming and Real Money Gambling. In: Rebecca Cassidy; Claire Loussouarn and Andrea Pisac, eds. Qualitative Research in Gambling Exploring the Production and Consumption of Risk. London: Routledge, pp. 74-91. ISBN 978-0-415-65938-3 [Book Section]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2007. Review of Gambling and survival in native North America, Paul Pasquaretta. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 13(3), pp. 753-754. [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2002. The Social Practice of Racehorse Breeding. Society and Animals, 10(2), pp. 155-171. ISSN 1063-1119 [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2002. Sport of Kings: kinship, class and thoroughbred breeding in Newmarket. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 052100487X [Book]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2008. ‘Symbols and symbolism: animal’. In: John Middleton and Joseph C Miller, eds. New Encyclopaedia of Africa. Charles Scribner’s Sons. ISBN 978-0684314549 [Book Section]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2003. ‘Turf Wars: Arab dimensions to British racehorse breeding’. Anthropology Today, 19(3), pp. 13-18. [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2004. ‘Where is racing going?’. National Equine Student, 1, pp. 16-19. [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2009. 'Zoophilia reconsidered’ (Chapter 5. Zoosex and Other Relationships with Animals). In: Hastings Donnan and Fiona Magowan, eds. Transgressive sex. 13 Oxford: Berghahn Press. ISBN 978-1-84545-539-2 [Book Section]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2007. Zoosex. Stimulus Respond: for the urban anthropologist, 18, 083-092. [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2009. Zoosex and other relationships with animals. In: Hastings Donnan and Fiona Magowan, eds. Transgressive Sex: subversion and control in erotic encounters. 13 Oxford and New York: Berghahn, pp. 91-112. ISBN 978-1-84545-539-2 [Book Section]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2009. An anthropologist in the bookies. Newsletter of the Society for the Study of Gambling, 43, [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2009. The horse, the Kyrgyz horse and the ‘Kyrgyz horse'. Anthropology Today, 25(1), pp. 12-15. ISSN 0268540X [Article]

Cassidy, Rebecca. 2013. 'A place for men to come and do their thing': constructing masculinities in betting shops in London. British Journal of Sociology, 65(1), pp. 170-191. ISSN 0007-1315 [Article]

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Day, Sophie E.. 2010. Ethics between Public and Private: Sex Workers’ Relationships in London. In: M Lambek, ed. Ordinary Ethics: anthropology, language, and action. NY: Fordham University Press, pp. 292-309. ISBN 9780823233175 [Book Section]

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Day, Sophie E.. 2015. Waiting and the architecture of care. In: Clara Han and Veena Das, eds. Living and Dying in the Contemporary world: A Compendium. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 167-184. ISBN 9780520278417 [Book Section]

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Donner, Henrike. 2014. Gender and Property in Neoliberal Middle-class Kolkata: Of untold riches and unruly homes. In: Leela Fernandes, ed. Routledge Handbook of Gender in South Asia. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 189-203. ISBN 9780415523530 [Book Section]

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Donner, Henrike. 2016. The Housewife goes to Market: Changing ideas about consumption in Kolkata Middle-class Families. In: Henrike Donner and Bhaswati Bhattacharya, eds. The Making of the Indian Consumer: History, Theory, Practice. Delhi: Oxford University Press. [Book Section] (In Press)

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Donner, Henrike. 2011. Radical Masculinity: Morality, Sociality and Relationships through Recollections of Naxalite Activists. In: Alpa Shah and Judith Pettrigrew, eds. Windows to the Revolution: Ethnographies of Maoism in India and Nepal. London: Orient Black Swan, pp. 139-159. ISBN 978-8187358497 [Book Section]

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Lamont, Mark. 2010. Lip-Synch Gospel: Christian music and the ethnopoetics of identity in Kenya. Africa: Journal of the International Africa Institute, 80(3), pp. 473-496. ISSN 0001-9720, [Article]

Lamont, Mark. 2014. ‘Malinowski & the “Native Question” '. In: Regna Darnell and Frederic W Gleach, eds. Anthropologists and Their Traditions Across National Borders. 8 USA: University of Nebraska Press. ISBN 978-0803253360 [Book Section]

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Marrero-Guillamón, Isaac. 2012. Descentrar el sujeto: Erving Goffman y la teorización del sujeto. Revista Internacional de Sociología, 70(2), pp. 311-326. ISSN 0034-9712 [Article]

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Wastell, Sari. 2007. 'The Creativity of Social, Political and Religious Life'. In: Tim Ingold and Elizabeth Hallam, eds. Creativity and Cultural Improvisation. London: Berg. ISBN 978-1845205270 [Book Section]

Wastell, Sari. 2006. 'The Legal Thing in Swaziland: Res Judicata and Divine Kingship'. In: Amiria Henare; Martin Holbraad and Sari Wastell, eds. Thinking through Things: Theorising Artefacts Ethnographically. London: Routledge, pp. 68-92. ISBN 978-1844720712 [Book Section]

Wastell, Sari. 2007. When is Law and Custom not Customary Law? Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society, 32(2), pp. 71-84. ISSN 03553930 [Article]

Wastell, Sari; Henare, A. and Holbraad, M.. 2007. Thinking Through Things. Routledge Press. ISBN 9781844720713 [Book]

Webb, Martin. 2012. Activating Citizens, Remaking Brokerage: Transparency Activism, Ethical Scenes, and the Urban Poor in Delhi. PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 35(2), pp. 206-222. ISSN 1555-2934 [Article]

Webb, Martin. 2013. Disciplining the everyday state and society? Anti-corruption and Right to Information activism in Delhi. Contributions to Indian Sociology, 47(3), pp. 363-393. ISSN 0069-9667 [Article]

Webb, Martin. 2013. Meeting at the Edges: Spaces, Places and Grassroots Governance Activism in Delhi. South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal, [Article]

Webb, Martin. 2014. Short Circuits: The Aesthetics of Protest, Media and Martyrdom in Indian Anti-corruption Activism. In: Pnina Werbner; Martin Webb and Kathryn Spellman-Poots, eds. The Political Aesthetics of Global Protest: The Arab Spring and Beyond. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univerity Press, pp. 193-221. ISBN 978-0-7486-9334-4 [Book Section]

Webb, Martin. 2010. Success stories: rhetoric, authenticity, and the right to information movement in north India. Contemporary South Asia, 18(3), pp. 293-304. ISSN 0958-4935 [Article]

Weston, Gavin. 2012. On the Pedagogical Strengths of Teaching Controversy. Teaching Anthropology, 2(1), ISSN 1537-1751 [Article]

Weston, Gavin. 2013. Superheroes and Comic Book Vigilantes Versus Real Life Vigilantes: An Anthropological Answer to the Kick-Ass Paradox. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 4(2), pp. 223-234. ISSN 2150-4857 [Article]

Weston, Gavin and Burrell, Jennifer. 2007. Lynchings and Post-War Complexities in Guatemala. In: David Pratten and Sen Atrevee, eds. Global Vigilantes. London: Hurst & Company, pp. 371-392. ISBN 978-1850658382 [Book Section]

Weston, Gavin and Djohari, Natalie. 2012. The Ship of Theseus and the Problem of 'Post-War' Answers to Contemporary Guatemalan Problems. History and Anthropology, 23(4), pp. 405-424. ISSN 0275-7206 [Article]

Weston, Gavin; Lawson, Jamie F; Blell, Mwenza and Hayton, John. 2015. Anthropologists in Films: “The Horror! The Horror!”. American Anthropologist, 117(2), pp. 316-328. [Article]

Weston, Gavin; Ruiter, Jan Peter and Lyon, Stephen M. 2011. Dunbar's Number: Group Size and Brain Physiology in Humans Reexamined. American Anthropologist, 113(4), pp. 557-568. ISSN 0002-7294 [Article]

Wright, Chris. 2008. “A Devil's Engine”: Photography and Spirits in the Western Solomon Islands. Visual Anthropology, 21(4), pp. 364-380. ISSN 0894-9468 [Article]

Wright, Chris. 2013. "The Echo of Things": The Lives of Photographs in the Solomon Islands. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. ISBN 978-0-8223-5510-6 [Book]

Wright, Chris. 2009. Faletau's photocopy, or the mutability of visual history in Roviana. In: Christopher Morton and Elizabeth Edwards, eds. Photography, Anthropology and History: Expanding the Frame. Farnham, Surrey ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate: Ashgate, pp. 223-240. ISBN 978-0-7546-7909-7 [Book Section]

Wright, Chris. 2004. Material and Memory: photography in the western Solomon Islands. Journal of Material Culture, 9(1), pp. 73-85. ISSN 13591835 [Article]

Wright, Chris. 2003. Presence.. In: "Presence", Leighton House, 1/14/2003 - 3/2/2003. [Show/Exhibition]

Wright, Chris. 1998. ‘The Third Subject: perspectives on visual anthropology’. Anthropology Today, 14(4), pp. 16-22. ISSN 0268540X [Article]

Wright, Chris and Cox, Rupert. 2012. Blurred Visions: Reflecting Visual Anthropology. In: Richard Fardon; Olivia Harris; Trevor HJ Marchand; Mark Nuttall; Cris Shore; Veronica Strang and Richard A Wilson, eds. The SAGE Handbook of Social Anthropology. SAGE Publications. ISBN 9781446201077 [Book Section]

Wright, Chris and Lewis, David. 1996. Tricky Positions: A Conversation Between Dave Lewis and Chris Wright. Anthropology Today, 12(2), pp. 12-16. ISSN 0268-540X [Article]

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