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Gudeman, S.; Hann, C. (Eds.): Max Planck Studies in Anthropology and Economy. Berghahn, New York; Oxford
5182.
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Mann, B. (Ed.): Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle/Saale
5183.
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Schlee, G. (Ed.): Integration and Conflict Studies. Berghahn, New York; Oxford
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Schlee, G. (Ed.): Field Notes and Research Projects. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle/Saale

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Zhang, J.: A history of bicycle mobility in urban China: shared bikes, technology, and infrastructure (Part 2 of 2), (2022)
5186.
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Xing, J. L.: Why do some taxi drivers in China turn down e-hailing?, (2022)
5187.
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Thomas, M. T.: Shock (im)mobility: African migrants and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, (2022)
5188.
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Fischer, K.: Fluctuaction 'structures' of protection: the integration of civil society actors in government led response at the Ukraine-Slovakian border, (2022)
5189.
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Zhang, J.: A history of bicycle mobility in urban China: infrastructure, economy, and urban planning (Part 1 of 2), (2022)
5190.
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Morris, J.: Resource frontiers in Guatemalan conservation, (2022)
5191.
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Molland, S.: Safe migration programme interventions: regulating migrants through anticipation, traceability, and re-embedding, (2022)
5192.
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Roohi, S.: What killed Naveen? Violence and discrimination faced by Indian students in Ukraine, (2022)
5193.
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Xing, C.; Xiang, B.: Migrant care labour agencies as actors of social control: case studies from China, (2022)
5194.
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Xiang, B.: The securitization of mobility, (2022)
5195.
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Xiang, B.: Logistical power, (2022)
5196.
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Wurzer, M.: Afrikafeldzug, (2022)
5197.
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Wurzer, M.: Der Zweite Weltkrieg in globaler Perspektive (1935–1954), (2022)
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Wurzer, M.: Kulturimperialismus in der Dollfuß-Schuschnigg-Diktatur, (2022)
5199.
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Leboeuf, L.: Humanitarianism and juridification at play: 'vulnerability' as an emerging legal and bureaucratic concept in the field of asylum and migration, VULNER Research report, (2021)
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Baas, M.: 'The Nutmeg’s curse': Amitav Ghosh links the colonial desire for profit to neoliberal gluttony, Scroll.in, (2021)
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