Publikationen 2019


  1. 21.
    Eidson, J. R.: The concept of identity in the ethnology and social anthropology of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries: a preliminary report. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 196 (2019), 60 S.
  2. 22.
    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 S.
  3. 23.
    Vargyas, G.: Photoshopped ancestors. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 194 (2019), 34 S.


  1. 24.
    Hann, C. (Hg.): Realising Eurasia: empire and connectivity during three millennia (Sonderheft). Comparativ 28 (4) (2019)


  1. 25.
    van Lier, F.-A.: Chile’s constitutional moment: history in the making, (2019)


  1. 26.
    Carrier, J. G. (Hg.): A research agenda for economic anthropology. Elgar, Cheltenham; Northampton (2019), VIII, 158 S.
  2. 27.
    Elliesie, H.; Schneider, I.; Uçar, B. (Hg.): Islamische Normen in der Moderne zwischen Text und Kontext. Peter Lang, Berlin (2019), 186 S.
  3. 28.
    Köllner, T. (Hg.): Orthodox religion and politics in contemporary Eastern Europe: on multiple secularisms and entanglements. Routledge, London; New York (2019), XV, 257 S.
  4. 29.
    Moderbacher, C. (Hg.): Marquis de Wavrin: un anthropologue en Amérique du Sud. Husson, Bruxelles (2019), 152 S.


  1. 30.
    Barskanmaz, C.: Recht und Rassismus: das menschenrechtliche Verbot der Diskriminierung aufgrund der Rasse. Springer, Berlin (2019), XVIII, 419 S.
  2. 31.
    Eichler, J.: Reconciling indigenous peoples’ individual and collective rights: participation, prior consultation and self-determination in Latin America. Routledge, New York (2019), XI, 196 S.
  3. 32.
    Margaria, A.: The construction of fatherhood: the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2019), 200 S.
  4. 33.
    Nguyen, M. T. N.: Waste and wealth: an ethnography of labor, value, and morality in a Vietnamese recycling economy. Oxford University Press, New York; Oxford (2019), XXIII, 208 S.
  5. 34.
    Schlegel, S.: Making ethnicity in southern Bessarabia: tracing the histories of an ambiguous concept in a contested land. Brill, Leiden; Boston (2019), X, 276 S.
  6. 35.
    Schnepel, B.: Könige, Narren und Träumer: Essays zu einer Ethnologie der Person. Reimer, Berlin (2019), 245 S.
  7. 36.
    Sona, F.: New parenthood and childhood patterns: principles and praxes in Muslim realities. Il Mulino, Bologna (2019), 269 S.
  8. 37.
    Walker, I.: Islands in a cosmopolitan sea: a history of the Comoros. Hurst, London (2019), XXI, 293 S.
  9. 38.
    Weiss, H.: We have never been middle-class. Verso, London; Brooklyn (2019), X, 166 S.
  10. 39.
    Yanasmayan, Z.: The migration of highly educated Turkish citizens to Europe: from guestworkers to global talent. Routledge, London; New York (2019), IX, 157 S.
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