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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
[Un]becoming a resource: translating the nature of civets in Indonesia2020 Ethnos 85 (1): 100-17
  • Colin Cahill
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844in special issue 'Translating environments: translation and indeterminacy in the making of natural resources'
Coffee and socialism in the Venezuelan Andes2019 Focaal (84): 1-17
  • Aaron Kappeler
H6/KF [FOCAAL-]0920-1297
Coping with coffee rust in Oaxaca, Mexico: vulnerability and the impact of fair trade on smallholders' adaptive capacity2019 Research in economic anthropology 38: 79-101
  • Sarah Lyon
H6/KF [RESEARCH-]0190-1281in thematic issue 'Individual and social adaptations to human vulnerability'
Aid, trade and the post-war recovery of the Rwandan coffee sector2018 Journal of Eastern African studies 12 (3): 552-74
  • Andrea Guariso
  • Marijke Verpoorten
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055
Compulsory cultivation, monetarization and socio-political mobilization in the rural world towards the end of colonization2016 Cahiers d'études africaines 56 (4): 799-819
  • Florent Piton
H6/KY [CAHIERS-]0008-0055English summary
Beyond the social embeddedness of economic activity: the quality-orientedness in coffee production of Timor-Leste and its implication for legal pluralism2015 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 47 (2): 267-90
  • Tomoaki Kanamaru
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113
Timor-Leste coffee: marketing the "golden prince" in post-crisis conditions2015 Food Culture and Society 18 (3): 481-500
  • Susie Khamis
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Is it possible to achieve development on the basis of organic-coffee initiatives? The perspective of a local global business in Mayan communities2014 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología 19: 217-41
  • José Ramón Rodríguez Moreno
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485Xin thematic issue 'Problemas contemporaneos'; English and Portuguese summaries
Conflict as motivation for change: the case of coffee farmers' cooperatives in Moshi, Tanzania2014 African study monographs supplementary issue 50: 137-54
  • David Gongwe Mhando
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0286-9667
How universal is the commodity market? A reflection on a market penetration and local responses in Timor-Leste2014 Southeast Asian studies 3 (1): 183-206
  • Kanamaru Tomoaki
H6/KWY [SOUTHEAST-]0563-8682
From monopoly to coffee magendo: responses to policy recklessness and extraction in Uganda, 1971-792013 Journal of Eastern African studies 7 (1): 104-24
  • Godfrey B. Asiimwe
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055in special section 'Rethinking Idi Amin's Uganda'
Adaptation to changes in the coffee value chain and the price of coffee among coffee producers in two villages in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania2013 African study monographs 34 (1): 27-56
  • David Gongwe Mhando
  • Eva Ludi
  • Gimbage Mbeyale
  • Tobuas Haller
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0285-1601
"We know our worth": lessons from a fair trade coffee cooperative in Honduras2012 Human organization 71 (1): 8798
  • Erin Smith
  • William M. Loker
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Water sustainability of urban sprawl in the central Andes in Colombia: the case of Colombian coffee2012 Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Etudes andines 41 (3): 573-605
  • Juan Leonardo González Plazas
H6/KUL [INSTITUT-]0303-7495in thematic issue 'Recomposiciones territoriales de las periferias de las metrópolis andina'; English and French summaries
Exhibition in the Ethnographic Museum in Zagreb in the years 2010-20112011 Etnološka istraÅživanja 16: 289-94
  • Jasna Mokos
H6/KVP [ETNOLOSKA-]0351-4323also in Croatian, 283-8
Not going to Starbucks: boycotts and the out-scouring of politics in the branded world2011 Journal of consumer culture 11 (2): 145-67
  • Bryant Simon
H6 [JOURNAL-]1469-5405in special issue 'Understanding consumption as political and moral practice'
Playing the game of representations. An anthropological analysis of coffee national identity in times of crisis2010 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología 10: 111-36
  • Jairo Tocancipá-Falla
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485Xin thematic issue 'Antropología de la política pública'; English and Portuguese summaries
El café en Nicaragua. Experiencias de producción y exportación en "comercio justo"2009 Cahiers des Amériques latines (Nouvelle Série) 60-61 (1/2): 193-219
  • Pascual Ortells Chabrere
  • Vicent Ortells Chabrera
*H6/KUL [CAHIERS-]0008-0020English and French summaries
Shifting coffee markets and producer responses in Costa Rica and Panama2009 Research in economic anthropology 29: 201-24
  • Julia Smith
H6/KF [RESEARCH-]in thematic issue 'Economic development, integration, and morality in Asia and the Americas'
The hands that pick fair trade coffee: beyond the charms of the family farm2008 Research in economic anthropology 28: 143-69
  • Peter Luetchford
H6/KF [RESEARCH-]0190-1281in thematic issue 'Hidden hands in the market: ethnographies of fair trade, ethical consumption, and corporate social responsibility'
We want to be equal to them: fair-trade coffee certification and gender equity withing organizations2008 Human organization 67 (3): 258-68
  • Sarah Lyon
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Justice at a price: regulation and alienation in the global economy2008 Polar: political and legal anthropology review 31 (1): 102-17
  • Daniel Reichman
H6/KF [APLA-]1081-6976
Matières, itinéraires et imaginaires de la mondialisation2007 Etudes rurales (180): 9-14
  • Bernard Charlery de la Masselière
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182introduction to thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'
Tracking the coffee tree2007 Etudes rurales (180): 17-33
  • Fabrice Pinard
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
Coffee from the mountains, coffee from the plains2007 Etudes rurales (180): 35-47
  • François Bart
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
Coffee's conquest of the tropics2007 Etudes rurales (180): 49-67
  • Jean-Christian Tulet
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
Planters and plantations: the coffee-growing system in Latin America2007 Etudes rurales (180): 71-84
  • Denise Douzant-Rosenfeld
  • Grandjean Pernette
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
The social impact of growing coffee in northern Tanzania2007 Etudes rurales (180): 85-100
  • Catherine Baroin
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
Women in the coffee society: the case of Nyeri, Kenya2007 Etudes rurales (180): 101-15
  • Patrick Mbataru
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; French summary
Coffee, development and natives in New Caledonia2007 Etudes rurales (180): 117-30
  • Isabelle Leblic
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
A true story of coffees magendo through Mount Elgon (Uganda)2007 Etudes rurales (180): 133-5
  • Bob Nakileza
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'
Coffee and power in Central America2007 Etudes rurales (180): 139-53
  • Noëlle Demyk
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
Coffee in Togo: the chronicles of an emerging rural modernity (1920-1960)2007 Etudes rurales (180): 155-69
  • Benoît Antheaume
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
Coffee's political role in Rwanda2007 Etudes rurales (180): 171-85
  • Laurien Uwizeyimana
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
The world behind the world coffee market2007 Etudes rurales (180): 189-211
  • Wim Pelupessy
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; French summary
Brazil's coffee strategies in the world market2007 Etudes rurales (180): 213-28
  • Céline Broggio
  • Martine Droulers
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
The economic foundations of the coffee war in Kenya2007 Etudes rurales (180): 229-41
  • Bernard Charlery de la Masselière
  • Patrick Mbataru
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
Cafés in Cairo2007 Etudes rurales (180): 245-62
  • Jean-Charles Depaule
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Cafés et caféiers. Singularités et universalité d'une production mondialisée'; English summary
El nuevo esquema de financiamento rural ¿Una oportunidad para las organizaciones sociales?2007 Trace 52: 78-99
  • Gabriela Guzmán Gómez
*H6/KUL [TRACE-]0185-6286in thematic issue 'Mercados financieros rurales'; with preface in Spanish and French by F Doligez and S Morvant, 3-12, English and French summaries
Farmers' coping strategies to a changed coffee market after economic liberalization: the case of Mbinga district in Tanzania2007 African study monographs supplementary issue 36: 39-58
  • David G. Mhando
  • Juichi Itani
H6/KY [AFRICAN STUDY MONOGRAPHS. Supplementary issue. 33]0286-9667in monographic issue 'Rural development reconsidered: people's responses to globalization in Tanzania'
Enganche and exports in Chiapas, Mexico: a comparison of plantation labour in the districts of Sconusco and Palenque, 1876-19112007 Journal of Latin American studies 39 (4): 797-825
  • Sarah Washbrook
*H6/KUL [JOURNAL-]0022-216X
'A new 13th of May': Afro-Brazilian port workers in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1905-182006 Journal of Latin American studies 38 (1): 149-77
  • Kit McPhee
*H6/KUL [JOURNAL-]0022-216X
Responding to the coffeee crisis: a pilot study of farmers' adaptations in Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras2006 Geographical journal 172 (2): 156-71
  • Catherine Tucker
  • Edwin Castellanos
  • Hallie Eakin
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Migratory imaginations: the commodification and contradictions of shade grown coffee2006 Social anthropology 14 (3): 377-90
  • Sarah Lyon
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0964-0282in special issue 'Postindustrial natures'
History, sociololgy and the political conflicts of the 1920s in São Paulo, Brazil2005 Journal of Latin American studies 37 (2): 333-49
  • James P. Woodward
*H6/KUL [JOURNAL-]0022-216X
A cup of truth2005 Cultural Survival quarterly 29 (3): 17-23
  • Agnes Portalewska
  • Mark Camp
  • Sofia Flynn
  • Tara Tidwell Cullen
H6/KD [CULTURAL-]0740-3291in thematic issue 'Fair trade & indigenous peoples'
Confessions of a fair trader2005 Cultural Survival quarterly 29 (3): 26-30
  • Dean Cycon
H6/KD [CULTURAL-]0740-3291in thematic issue 'Fair trade & indigenous peoples'
The politics of ownership: Tanzanian coffee policy in the age of liberal reformism2004 African affairs 103 (413): 615-33
  • Stefano Ponte
H6/KY 'AFRICAN-'0001-9909
Cafeiculture et projet theicole: complementarite ou conflit?2003 African anthropologist 10 (1): 83-98
  • Jean Emet Nodem
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]1024-0969
Small coffee producers and globalization2002 Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Etudes andines 31 (2): 293-322
  • Kolia Arché
H6/KUL [INSTITUT-]0303-7495English and Spanish summaries
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