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Anthropology between Europe and the Pacific: values and the prospects for a relationship beyond relativism2018 Pacific studies 41 (1/2): 97-115
  • Joel Robbins
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'Europe and the Pacific'
Differential linguistic and social change: the role of translation2018 Annales de la Fondation Fyssen (33): 52- 76
  • Maria Chachaturyan
*H6 [ANNALES-]0980-157Xin French and English
Introduction: hierarchy, value, and the value of hierarchy2016 Social analysis 60 (4): 1-20
  • Jason Hickel
  • Naomi Haynes
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0155-977Xintroduction to special issue 'Hierarchy, value, and the value of hierarchy'
Ritual pluralism and value pluralism: on why one ritual is never enough2016 Suomen antropologi 41 (4): 6-13
  • Joel Robbins
H6 [SUOMEN -]0355-3930in special issue 'Ritual intimacy-ritual publicity: engaging with plurality'
Ritual, value, and example: on the perfection of cultural representations2015 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 21: 18-29
  • Joel Robbins
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987in special issue 'The power of example: anthropological explorations in persuasion, evocation, and imitation'; French summary
Evangelical conversion and the transformation of the self in Amazonia and Melanesia: Christianity and the revival of anthropological comparison2014 Comparative studies in society and history 56 (3): 559-92
  • Aparecida Vilaça
  • Bambi B. Schieffelin
  • Joel Robbins
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
How do religions end? Theorizing religious traditions from the point of view of how they disappear2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 2-15
  • Joel Robbins
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674with comments and reply, 16-25
What if a religion is not made to last?2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 16-18
  • Aparecida Vilaça
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comments on J Robbin in this issue, 2-15, with reply by author, 23-5
The sense of an ending2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 18-20
  • Simon Coleman
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comments on J Robbin in this issue, 2-15, with reply by author, 23-5
Constructing continuity2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 20-1
  • Máire Ní Mahonaigh
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comments on J Robbin in this issue, 2-15, with reply by author, 23-5
But whose categories are these?2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 21-3
  • Don Seeman
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674comments on J Robbin in this issue, 2-15, with reply by author, 23-5
On morality, time and religious disappearance2014 Cambridge anthropology 32 (2): 23-5
  • Joel Robbins
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674reply to comments in this issue, 16-23
An ethical turn and the new anthropology of reality2014 Lud 98: 137-56
  • MaƂgorzata Rajtar
H6/KVM [LUD-]0076-1435English summary
It is value that brings universes into being2013 Hau 3 (2): 219-43
  • David Graeber
2049-1115in special issue 'Value as theory - part 2 of 2'
On kinship and comparison, intersubjectivity and mutuality of being2013 Hau 3 (2): 309-16
  • Joel Robbins
2049-1115comments on What kinship is - and is not by M Sahlins (Chicago: Univ of Chicago Pr, 2013); in special issue 'Value as theory - part 2 of 2'
Dear colleagues—and other colleagues2013 Hau 3 (3): 337-47
  • Marshall Sahlins
2049-1115reply to J Carsten et al. in Hau 2013 (3):2, 245-316