In this article published in Enviornmental Humanities, Marianne Elisabeth Lien argues that ethical conduct in nature conservations calls for relational interspecies commitment beyond mere affect.
In this article, published in Sociological Bulletin, Kenneth Bo Nielsen and Alf Gunvald Nilsen develop a heuristic periodisation of Indian neoliberalisation and argue that the now-repealed farm laws and the strong farmers' resistance to them are indexical of India moving towards a 'rollover' form of neoliberalism.
In this article published in Religion, Kenneth Bo Nielsen and Moumita Sen argue that political deification is fundamentally productive of political communities at different scales, in different contexts, and different parts of South Asia.
In this forum edited by Hege Høyer Leivestad and Elisabeth Schober, published in History and Anthropology various authors focus on maritime passages, their interruptions, and on the multifaceted figures that accompany them.
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.