In this article published in Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Kenneth Bo Nielsen, Alf Gunvald Nilsen and Anand Vadiya propose a conceptual framework for rethinking the political economy of the world's largest democracy.
In this article published by The Norwegian Council for Mental Health, Tom Bratrud and Thorgeir Kolshus discuss the balancing-point between individual freedom and collective obligation for young people’s well-being in Vanuatu and Norway.
In this article published in Journal of Agrarian Change, Kenneth Bo Nielsen and Jostein Jakobsen focus on the ways by which bovine meat figures in Narendra Modi's authoritarian populist project in contemporary India.
In this essay published in Roadsides, Hege Leivestad explores the piling up of cargo and paperwork in a global port.
In this article, published as a part of the London School of Economics' GreeSE papers, Theodoros Rakopoulos analyses the two main vernacular poles through which the Greek-Cypriot population engages with statehood.
In this article, published in Social Anthropology/Anthropologie sociale, Theodoros Rakopoulos tackles conspiracy theory through ethnographically encountering the people largely responsible for the creation and dissemination of such theories.
In this article published in the Oxford Research Encycopedia of Anthropology, Elisabeth Schober, Camelia Dewan and Johanna Markkula propose an ethnographic "life-cycle" approach to the study of container ships.
In this chapter in the book Modern Folk Devils, Published by Helsinki University Press, Tom Bratrud challenges the assumption that moral panics are only created with the assistance of mass media.
I denne artikkelen publisert i Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift, presenterer Elisabeth L’orange Fürst og Camilla Hansen to høringssvar til høringen om forskningsetikk som NESH publiserte høsten 2020.
In this article published in Religions, Kenneth Bo Nielsen and Alf Gunvold Nilsen show how “love jihad” laws and the wider conservative politics of gender and intimacy within which it is embedded feeds into the authoritarian politics of the Modi regime.
I denne artikkelen, publisert i Norsk antropologisk tidsskrift, bruker Tom Bratrud og Marianne Lien Hytteforbudet i 2020 som utgangspunkt for å forstå mer generelle trekk ved norsk forståelse av sted, tilhørighet og sosiale skillelinjer.
In this essay Arnd Schneider comments on the Learning from Documenta project by the Athens Arts Observatory, drawing some parallels between the arts of divination, astrology and anthropology.
In this book review, published in Pacific Affairs, Ola Gunhildrud Berta praises the authors clear prose and fine tuned policy aims.
In this article in History and Anthropology Ola Gunhildrud Berta argues that cultural change is a discursive tool in which the people populating the ethnographic present use distinct representations of the past to address what is at stake here and now.
Stipendiat ved Sosialantropologisk institutt Ola Gunnhilrud Berta har sammen med Erik Dehle og Anders Mølster Galaasen utgitt denne reviderte utgaven av Sosio, et læreverk til programfaget sosiologi og sosialantropologi i videregående skole.
In the August Issue of the 37th volume of Anthropology Today you can find articles by Samwel Moses Ntapanta, Franziska Klaas and Konstantin Biehl.
In this 91st issue of the Oceania, edited by Tom Bratrud, Ingjerd Hoëm and Keir Martin you can find articles by Ingjerd Hoëm, Tom Bratrud and Keir Martin.
In this article in Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, Knut G. Nustad and Heather Swanson explore the contributions and limitations of Foucauldian approaches in environmental contexts through empirical attention to trout introduction and management efforts in South Africa.
In this article in the Journal of Labour and Society, Giorgos Poulimenakos, Anna Giulia Della Puppa, Antonios Alexandridis, Dimitris Pavlopoulos and Dimitris Dalakoglou argue that the idea of crises as exceptions and ruptures does not apply in the context of the Greek labour market.
In this article in the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Tom Bratrud demonstrates how people may agree on certain core values for living, but that individual stakes can make them interpret different actions to be right when putting those values into action.
In this article Kenneth Bo Nielsen, Siddharth Sareen, Patrik Oskarsson and Devyn Remme argue that ruptures in democratic governance contexts embody temporally discontiguous and country-specific patterns. They argue that these are conjunctures of particular possibilities for bounded reconfiguration, and that such reconfiguration can intensify or shift the course of what the state is becoming.
In this article Hege Høyer Leivestad and Elisabeth Schober use the case of the HMM Algeciras to unpack some of the flipsides of contemporary shipping and address overcapacity and crisis in global shipping.
In the theme section of the 90th issue of the Focaal Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology, edited by Keir Martin, Ståle Wig and Sylvia Yanagisako, you can find contributions from Lotte Danielsen, Ståle Wig and Keir Martin.
In this entry in the Cambride Encyclopeida of Anthropology Thomas Hylland Eriksen argues that the anthropology of climate change represents a new approach to globalisation, that shifts the focus towards the ecological embeddedness of human life.
In this article Johanna Markkula explores how narratives about Filipino seafarers mobile labour shapes Filipino seafarers everyday experiences onboard ships today.