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Shadow of forgotten ancestors. Reflections about the origins of ethnology and ethnography in the work of Han Vermeulen2021 Runa: archivo para la ciencias del hombre 42 (2): 27-42
  • Marcos Buccellato
0325-1217English and Portuguese summaries
The emergence and stability of groups in social networks2020 Social networks 60: 129-45
  • András Vörös
  • Christoph Stadfeld
  • Károly Takács
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0378-8733
Innovation, habitus, and heritage: modeling the careers of cultural forms through time2020 Journal of folklore research 57 (1): 111-36
  • Jason Baird Jackson
  • Johannes Müske
  • Lijun Zhang
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
Rites of return: back to the Mediterranean, again2020 History and anthropology 31 (1): 147-56
  • Andrew Shryock
H6 [HISTORY-]1477-2612in special issue 'The Mediterranean redux: ethnography, theory, politics'
Reclaiming the middle sea for humanity2020 History and anthropology 31 (1): 157-64
  • Michael Herzfeld
H6 [HISTORY-]1477-2612in special issue 'The Mediterranean redux: ethnography, theory, politics'
Flows and boundaries: a network approach to studying occupational mobility in the labor market2020 American journal of sociology 126 (3): 577-631
  • Barum Park
  • Cheng Siwei
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Military networks at the extremes of the empire: the Che of Chile and the Puebloans of United States2020 Ethnohistory 67 (4): 643-64
  • Jacob J. Sauer
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]1527-5477
Mind the gap? Quantifying interlinkages between two traditions in migration literature2019 International migration review 53 (1): 283-307
  • Joanna Nestorowicz
  • Marta Anacka
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Understanding migration flows and migrant behavior'
Not only individualism: the effects of long-term orientation and other cultural variables on national innovation success2019 Cross-cultural research 53 (2): 119-62
  • Andrzej Bukowski
  • Seweryn Rudnicki
H6/KF [BEHAVIOR-]1069-3971
What is economic theology? A new governmental-political paradigm?2019 Theory, culture and society 36 (3): 3-26
  • Mitchell Dean
H6 [THEORY-]0263-2764
Arctic circumpolar civilization: philosophical approaches to the concept2019 Sibirica: journal of Siberian studies 18 (1): 71-81
  • Sviatoslav Shachin
H6/KW [SIBIRICA-]1361-7362
Keeping the future at bay: waria, anticipation and existential endings in Bali, Indonesia2019 The Cambridge journal of anthropology 37 (1): 47-60
  • Sylvia Tidey
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674in special issue 'Experiencing anticipation'
Anthropocene dynamics in the prehistoric Pacific: modeling emergent socioecological outcomes of environmental change2019 Nature and culture 14 (2): 119-46
  • Thomas P. Leppard
H6 [NATUR-]1558-6073
Reconsidering sex and gender in relation to health and disease in bioarchaeology2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 54: 161-71
  • John Crandall
  • Molly K. Zuckerman
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
The (Ancient Greek) subject supposed to believe2019 Numen 66 (1): 56-88
  • Esther Eidinow
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973
On models and examples. Engineers and bricoleurs in the Anthropocene2019 Current anthropology (Supplement) 60 (20): S296-S308
  • Eduardo Viveiros de Castro
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204in thematic issue 'Patchy Anthropocene: frenzies and afterlives of violent simplifications'
The 7E model of the human mind: articulating a plastic self for the cognitive science of religion2019 Journal of cognition and culture 19 (5): 450-76
  • Flavio A. Geisshuesler
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Production, circulation, and accumulation: the historiographies of capitalism in China and South Asia2019 Journal of Asian studies 78 (4): 767-88
  • Andrew B. Liu
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
Imperial by design: field models in C. A. Bayly's Remaking the modern world, 1900-20152019 Journal of Asian studies 78 (4): 849-58
  • Antoinette Burton
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118in thematic section ‘C. A. Bayly's Remaking the modern world, 1900-2015: interpretations from Asian studies’
The Anthropocene event in social theory: on ways of problematizing nonhuman materiality differently2019 Sociological review 67 (6): 1195-211
  • Anders Blok
  • Casper Bruun Jensen
H6/KF [SOCIOLOGICAL-]0038-0261
Immigrants and Italian labor market: statistical or taste-based discrimination?2018 Genus 74
  • Demetrio Panarello
  • Giovanni Busetta
  • Maria Gabriella Campolo
H6/HB [GENUS-]2035-5556
Introduction: religion and terrorism2018 Numen 65 (2-3): 117-24
  • James R. Lewis
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973in special section 'Religion and terrorism'
How cosmic war ends2018 Numen 65 (2-3): 125-40
  • Mark Juergensmeyer
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973in special section 'Religion and terrorism'
Challenging the curious erasure of religion from the study of religious terrorism2018 Numen 65 (2-3): 141-64
  • Lorne L. Dawson
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973in special section 'Religion and terrorism'
'Among the believers are men'. How the Islamic State uses early-Islamic traditions to shape its martyr biographies2018 Numen 65 (2-3): 165-84
  • Pieter Nanninga
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973in special section 'Religion and terrorism'
Religious resources and terrorism2018 Numen 65 (2-3): 185-206
  • Heather S. Gregg
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973in special section 'Religion and terrorism'
Moral economy: what's in a name2018 Anthropological theory 18 (1): 18-35
  • James G. Carrier
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]1463-4996
Signifying bodies, signifying acts: new ways of thinking about human movement2018 Journal for the anthropological study of human movement 25 (1)
  • Drid Williams
*H6/KFYW [JOURNAL-]1940-7610monographic issue
On certain aspects of distance-based models of language relationships, with reference to the position of Indo-European among other language families2018 Journal of Indo-European studies 46 (1-2): 173-205
  • Alexander Kozintsev
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Seeking good senses: apropos Gramsci and class narratives2018 Dialectical anthropology 42 (3): 321-5
  • Christian Pacheco Gómez
H6 [DIALECTICAL-]0304-4092review article on Gramsci's common sense: inequality and its narratives by K Crehan (Durham: Duke University Press, 2016)
Introduction. Continuities and ruptures in Global North legal pressures on Global South societies2018 Asian journal of social science 46 (4-5): 409-19
  • George Radics
  • Pablo Ciocchini
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849in special issue 'Continuities and ruptures in Global North legal pressures on Global South societies'
Theories of law and development. Asian trajectories and the salience of judicial reform in Myanmar2018 Asian journal of social science 46 (4-5): 421-44
  • Andrew Harding
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849in special issue 'Continuities and ruptures in Global North legal pressures on Global South societies'
Learning from the South. A comparative study of judicial reforms in Argentina and the Philippines2018 Asian journal of social science 46 (4-5): 445-66
  • Pablo Ciocchini
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849in special issue 'Continuities and ruptures in Global North legal pressures on Global South societies'
Family justice, 'Asian values' and the politics of ambivalence in Singapore2018 Asian journal of social science 46 (4-5): 467-83
  • Daniel P. S. Goh
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849in special issue 'Continuities and ruptures in Global North legal pressures on Global South societies'
Decolonial thinking and the quest for decolonising human rights2018 Asian journal of social science 46 (4-5): 484-502
  • José-Manuel Barreto
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849in special issue 'Continuities and ruptures in Global North legal pressures on Global South societies'
Corporate (non-)accountability and human rights. Approaches form the regional human rights systems and prospects for the ASEAN2018 Asian journal of social science 46 (4-5): 503-23
  • Stéfanie Khoury
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849in special issue 'Continuities and ruptures in Global North legal pressures on Global South societies'
Regulation of religion and granting of public holidays. The case of Tai Pucam in Singapore2018 Asian journal of social science 46 (4-5): 524-48
  • George Radics
  • Vinceta Sinha
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849in special issue 'Continuities and ruptures in Global North legal pressures on Global South societies'
Light, mind and spirit: Paul Willis's Learning to labour revisited on and beyond its 40th anniversary2018 Ethnography 19 (4): 433-45
  • Anna Lund
  • Mats Trondman
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381introduction to special issue 'Learning to labour'
Educating Mats: encouraging Finnish 'lads' and Paul Willis's Learning to labour in Sweden2018 Ethnography 19 (4): 446-63
  • Mats Trondman
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381in special issue 'Learning to labour'
'I'm a kid from the Bronx': a relfection on the enduring contributions of Willis's cultural production perspective in Learning to labour2018 Ethnography 19 (4): 464-78
  • Kathleen Nolan
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381in special issue 'Learning to labour'
Apprendre à travailler: the uneasy journey of counter-school culture in the country of cultural capital theory2018 Ethnography 19 (4): 479-95
  • Julian Mischi
  • Sylvain Laurens
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381in special issue 'Learning to labour'
Theorizing race and cultural autonomy in education: an extension of differentiation and integration in Paul Willis's Learning to labour2018 Ethnography 19 (4): 496-511
  • Brooke Dinsmore
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381in special issue 'Learning to labour'
Learning to labour in China2018 Ethnography 19 (4): 512-30
  • Chunwen Xiong
  • Scott Moskowitz
  • Xi She
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381in special issue 'Learning to labour'
From learning to labour to custody for the precariat2018 Ethnography 19 (4): 531-47
  • Ove Sernhede
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381in special issue 'Learning to labour'
Time, memory and class: the unintended consequences of the bourgeois gaze2018 Ethnography 19 (4): 548-64
  • Anna Lund
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381in special issue 'Learning to labour'
Of lads and ear'oles: school, work, and the microsociology of social reproduction2018 Ethnography 19 (4): 565-76
  • Andrea Voyer
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381in special issue 'Learning to labour'
Cultural production in perpetuity2018 Ethnography 19 (4): 577-87
  • Paul Willis
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381in special issue 'Learning to labour'
Modeling cultural transmission of rituals in silico: the advantages and pitfalls of agent-based vs/ system dynamics models2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (5): 483-507
  • Tomáš Hampejs
  • Vojtěch Kaše
  • Zdeměk Pospíšil
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Trance, disassociation, and shamanism: a cross-cultural model2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (5): 508-36
  • Christopher J. Lynch
  • Connor Wood
  • Ross Gore
  • Saikou Diallo
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Multiple axialities: a computational model of the axial age2018 Journal of cognition and culture 18 (5): 537-64
  • Christopher J. Lynch
  • F. LeRon Shults
  • Justin E. Lane
  • Saikou Y. Diallo
  • Wesley J. Wildman
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095