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Going to ‘Pentecost’: how to study Pentecostalism – in Melanesia, for example
In this article, I question regional context as primary context in anthropological analyses. I argue that the idea of historical continuity in a geographical locality/region might prevent us from understanding not only ...
Fracking Lancashire: The planning process, social harm and collective trauma
To date there have been very few studies that have sought to investigate the crimes, harms and human rights violations associated with the process of ‘extreme energy’, whereby energy extraction methods grow more ‘unconventional’ ...
An Anthropology of Knowledge
(University of Chicago Press, 2002-02)
Whereas previous Sidney Mintz lectures have celebrated Mintz’swork on inequality, racism, and ethnicity, I have chosen to speakto the broadest scope of his research and teaching in anthropology.A comparative perspective ...
Fra knogler til kosmologier - et interview med Fredrik Barth
(Dansk Etnografisk Forening, 2004-03)
On responsibility and humanity: Calling a colleague to account
(University of Chicago Press, 1974-03)
I stedet for myter
Subsistence and institutional system in a Norwegian mountain valley
(University of Kentucky, 1952)
Effervescence and Ephemerality: Popular Urban Uprisings in Mozambique
This article analyses the large-scale popular urban uprisings that shook Mozambican cities on 1 and 2 September 2010, following the government’s announcement of successive rises in the price of public transport fares and ...
Patronage, contextual flexibility and organisational innovation in Lebanese protected areas management
(Wolters Kluwer, 2014)
The Lebanese Shouf Biosphere Reserve (SBR) counts among the most successful Middle Eastern conservation projects today. This article describes the evolution and contemporary management of conservation in Shouf. Using SBR ...