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The virtuous woman and the holy nation: Femininity in the context of Pentecostal Christianity in Vanuatu
In this paper I connect an anthropology of Christianity to an anthropology of the body and an anthropology of the nation. I try to achieve this by looking at changing notions of femininity in the Pentecostal context of ...
Kritisk realistisk antropologi - Eksemplifisering av et ikke-konflatorisk perspektiv
The article illustrates the analytical utility of the perspective of critical realism as applied to a debate on the quality of public eldercare in Norway. Inspired by the philosopher Roy Bhaskar, I argue for an anthropology ...
Is Corporate Social Responsibility Oiling the Neoliberal Carbon Economy?
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
This study focuses on the corporate social responsibility (CSR) work the Austrian energy company OMV pursued as it constructed a gas power plant on the shores of the Black Sea. I argue that neither social movement theory ...
Valuable Subversions: Gendered Generativity and Sorcerous Production in Central Mozambique
(Linköping University Electronic Press, 2016-11-25)
How is one to analyze the existence of a subterranean dwarfish couple (zwidoma) occupying the space underneath cooking places and whose central purpose is to reinforce a market woman’s sales—but simultaneously feeding off ...
The morality of mweki: Performing sexuality in the ‘Islands of Love’
Trobriand dance is a key cultural expression and a means of communicating subjectivity in a number of ways: it expresses aspects of kinship, gender, morality, and ideas about modernity and primitivity. In a region with a ...