Publications 2019

Journal Article

  1. Görzig, C.: Deradicalization through double-loop learning? How the Egyptian Gamaa Islamiya renounced violence. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (2019)
  2. Heady, P.; Yalçın-Heckmann, L.: Implications of endogamy in the southwest Eurasian highlands: another look at Jack Goody’s theory of production, property and kinship. History and Anthropology (2019)
  3. Abrahms-Kavunenko, S.: Tenuous blessings: the materiality of doubt in a Mongolian buddhist wealth calling ceremony. Journal of Material Culture (2019)
  4. Andreetta, S.: Le "code des femmes"?: conflits d'héritage, dynamiques de genre et usage du droit à Cotonou. Cahiers du Genre 2019/1 (66), pp. 201 - 222 (2019)
  5. Mikuš, M.: Contesting household debt in Croatia: the double movement of financialization and the fetishism of money in Eastern European peripheries. Dialectical Anthropology 43 (3), pp. 295 - 315 (2019)
  6. Sipos, M.: Informal practices and the street-level construction of migrant deportability: Chechen refugees and local authorities in Polish accommodation centres for asylum seekers. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 45 (7), pp. 1168 - 1184 (2019)

Book Chapter

  1. Abrahms-Kavunenko, S.: Mongolian Buddhism in the democratic period. In: Oxford Research Encyclopedias: Religion (Ed. Barton, J.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2019)
  2. Barskanmaz, C.: Reading antidiscrimination law with Crenshaw, but without "Rasse"? In: "Reach everyone on the planet...": Kimberlé Crenshaw and intersectionality, 1. ed. Ed., pp. 95 - 98 (Eds. Gunda-Werner-Institut in der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung; Center for Intersectional Justice (CIJ)). Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin (2019)
  3. Coşkun, M.: Beyond safeguarding measures, or a tale of strange bedfellows: improvisation as heritage. In: Safeguarding intangible heritage: practices and politics, pp. 218 - 231 (Eds. Akagawa, N.; Smith, L.). Routledge, Abingdon; New York (2019)
  4. Elliesie, H.; Schneider, I.; Uçar, B.: Vorwort der Herausgeberin und der Herausgeber. In: Islamische Normen in der Moderne zwischen Text und Kontext, 1 ed. Ed., pp. 7 - 10 (Eds. Elliesie, H.; Schneider, I.; Uçar, B.). Peter Lang, Berlin (2019)
  5. Hann, C.: Socialism: ethics, ideologies, and outcomes. In: Exotic no more: anthropology for the contemporary world, 2 ed. Ed., pp. 121 - 136 (Ed. MacClancy, J.). University of Chicago Press, Chicago (2019)
  6. Jaraba, M.: Private dispute mediation and arbitration in Sunni-Muslim communities in Germany: family conflicts and divorce. In: Marital captivity: divorce, religion and human rights, pp. 17 - 44 (Eds. Rutten, S.; Deogratias, B.; Kruiniger, P.). Eleven International Publishing, The Hague (2019)
  7. Oester, K.; Lems, A.: Recht auf Bildung?: unbegleitete Minderjährige zwischen Inklusion und Exklusion. In: Kindheit(en) in formalen, nonformalen und informellen Bildungskontexten: ethnografische Beiträge aus der Schweiz, 1. ed. Ed., pp. 239 - 258 (Eds. Sieber Egger, A.; Unterweger, G.; Jäger, M.; Kuhn, M.; Hangartner, J.). Springer, Wiesbaden (2019)
  8. Seidel, K.: Constitutional recognition of Islamic family law and Shariʿa courts in Ethiopia: governmental strategies to co-regulate the plural family law arena. In: Legal pluralism in Muslim contexts, 1. ed. Ed., pp. 139 - 171 (Eds. Oberauer, N.; Prief, Y.; Qubaja, U.). Brill, Leiden; Boston (2019)
  9. Yalçın-Heckmann, L.: Pecunia non olet but does rose money smell?: on rose oil prices and moral economy in Isparta, Turkey. In: The politics and ethics of the just price: ethnographies of market exchange, pp. 71 - 90 (Eds. Luetchford, P.; Orlando, G.). Emerald, Bingley (2019)

Conference Report

  1. Elliesie, H.; Nikolova, M.; Salim, A.: Konferenzbericht "Law, Islam and Anthropology". Law, Islam and Anthropology, Halle/Saale, November 09, 2018 - November 10, 2018. (2019)

Working Paper

  1. Larouche, C.: Blurring boundaries: the regulation of non-profit organizations and transformation of Islamic charitable work in Uttar Pradesh, India. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 195 (2019), 18 pp.
  2. Vargyas, G.: Photoshopped ancestors. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 194 (2019), 34 pp.


  1. Hann, C. (Ed.): Realising Eurasia: empire and connectivity during three millennia (Special issue). Comparativ 28 (4) (2019)

Collected Edition

  1. Carrier, J. G. (Ed.): A research agenda for economic anthropology. Elgar, Cheltenham; Northampton (2019), VIII, 158 pp.
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