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Emotions, cognition, and collective alignment: a response to Collins2017 American journal of sociology 123 (1): 284-91
  • Ivan Ermakoff
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602see this issue 276-83
Emotional dynamics and emotional domination drive the microtrajectory of moments of collective contingency: comment on Ermakoff2017 American journal of sociology 123 (1): 276-83
  • Randall Collins
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602see 'The structure of contingency' by I Ermakoff in Amer J Sociol 2015, 121 (1): 64-125; with reply by author, 284-91
The structure of contingency2015 American journal of sociology 121 (1): 64-125
  • Ivan Ermakoff
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Epidemic projectification: AIDS responses in Uganda as event and process2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (1): 77-94
  • Lotte Meinert
  • Susan Reynolds
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special section 'Epidemic events and processes'
Confronting uncertainty: anthropology and zones of the extraordinary2013 American ethnologist 40 (4): 651-60
  • Isak Niehaus
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Event sequencing as an organizing cultural principle2011 Ethos 39 (3): 249-78
  • Naomi Quinn
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131
In the event - toward an anthropology of generic moments2010 Social analysis 54 (3): 1-27
  • Bruce Kapferer
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0155-977Xintroduction to thematic issue
The structure of lexical meaning: why semantics really matters2010 Language 86 (4): 821-64
  • John Beavers
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Iconicity and metaphor: constraints on metaphorical extension of iconic forms2010 Language 86 (4): 865-96
  • Irit Meir
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
A pre-event configuration for biological threats: preparedness and the constitution of biosecurity events2009 American ethnologist 36 (3): 478-91
  • Limor Samimian-Darash
H6 [AMERICAN-]1548-1425
Landscape with a whining shinbone: about a legend in the Estonian folk tale anthology of Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald2008 Folklore (Tartu) 40: 45-72
  • Mare Kalda
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
'Simple forms' and newspaper discourse2007 Bulgarski folklor 33 (2): 5-25, 160
  • Stoianka Boiadzhieva
H6/KVR [BULGARSKI-]0323-9861English summary
'The Liturgy of Ghosts in Stanimaka': political implications of one international plot2007 Bulgarski folklor 33 (2): 26-41, 160
  • Doroteia Dobreva
H6/KVR [BULGARSKI-]0323-9861English summary
The view from somewhen: events, bodies and the perspective of fortune around Khawa Karpo, a Tibetan sacred mountain in Yunnan province2007 Inner Asia 9 (2): 215-35
  • Giovanni Da Col
H6/KW [INNER-]1464-8172in special issue 'Perspectivism'
Eventful transformations: Al-Futuwwa between history and the everyday2007 Comparative studies in society and history 49 (3): 689-712
  • Wilson Chacko Jacob
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
'The Big Brother' as a game of everyday life2006 Bulgarska etnologiia 32 (3): 25-57
  • Radost Ivanova
H6/KVR [BULGARSKA-]1310-5213English summary
The hierarchical transformation of event knowledge in human cultural transmission2004 Journal of cognition and culture 4 (1): 1-24
  • Alex Mesoudi
  • Andrew Whiten
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Primary documents and historical chronicles: the effects of circumstances on the versions of events2003 Revista española de antropología americana 33: 177-84
  • Beatriz Suñe Blanco
H6/KUL 'MADRID-'0556-6533supplement to vol 33 in honour of José Alcina Franch; English summary
Demographic growth and the 'cultural factor' in Ireland: rethinking the relationship between structure and event2003 History and anthropology 14 (3): 271-81
  • Carles Salazar
H6 [HISTORY-]0275-7206
Mega-events, time and modernity: on time structures in gobal society2003 Time and society 12 (1): 99-126
  • Maurice Roche
How to define events in history: an approach to social actors and situations2002 Terrain 38: 69-78, 164
  • Arlette Farge
0760-5668in thematic issue 'Qu'est-ce qu'un événement?'; English summary
The Papon trial: justice and temporality2002 Terrain 38: 55-68, 164
  • Guillaume Mouralis
0760-5668in thematic issue 'Qu'est-ce qu'un événement?'; English summary
Sexual events: from the Clarence Thomas hearings to the Monica Lewinsky affair2002 Terrain 38: 21-40, 163
  • Eric Fassin
0760-5668in thematic issue 'Qu'est-ce qu'un événement?'; English summary
The social sciences confronted with events2002 Terrain 38: 5-20, 163
  • Alban Bensa
  • Eric Fassin
0760-5668in thematic issue 'Qu'est-ce qu'un événement?'; English summary
Event sequences as generators of social network evolution2002 Social networks 24 (2): 93-119
  • P. Doreian
A structural event approach to the analysis of group composition2002 Social networks 24 (2): 135-60
  • Martin Ruef
Paleoanthropology: science or mythological charter?2002 Journal of anthropological research 58 (2): 183-201
  • Matt Cartmill
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
Cultural performance analysis spheres: an integrated ethnographic methodology2001 Field Methods 13 (1): 68-87
  • Gordon Matsumoto
  • Kristin Bervig Valentine
HI/KFB [CAM-]1525-822X
Gradients in auxiliary selection with intransitive verbs2000 Language 76 (4): 859-90
  • Antonella Sorace
H6/KK [LANGUAGe-]0097-8507
The agricultural revolution of the Aka pygmies: the structure in the event and vice-versa1998 L'Homme 147: 105-26
  • Georges Guille-Escuret
H6 [HOMME-]0439-4216English summary; in special section 'Alliances, rites et mythes'
Data about the assimilation processes: [oral history accounts] preserved in the family memory of the population of the village of Chakalarovo, KŇ≠rdzhali region [south-eastern Bulgaria]1998 Bulgarska etnologiia 24: 106-113
  • Maia Stoianova
On causation and the struggle for a science of culture [comments on T O'Meara and on M Harris in Curr Anthrop 1997 (38:3) 399-418]1998 Current anthropology 39 (1): 137
  • Richard N. Adams
Causation and the struggle for a science of culture [with comments by M Harris]1997 Current anthropology 38 (3): 399-418
  • Tim O'Meara
Narrative, event-structure analysis, and causal interpretation in historical sociology1993 American Journal of sociology 98 (5): 1094-133
  • L J Griffin