Keir James Cecil Martin

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Faglige interesser

   Papua Ny-Guinea, Global økonomi, Gaverelasjoner, Sosiale strukturer

Undervisning

Bakgrunn

Keir Martin er førsteamanuensis i sosialantropologi ved Universitetet i Oslo og er forfatter av en rekke faglige publikasjoner rettet mot forholdet mellom Papua New Guinea og den globale verdensøkonomien. Han arbeidet tidligere som foreleser i sosialantropologi ved Universitetet i Manchester. Han har mottatt Sutasomaprisen som deles ut i regi av Royal Antropologisk Institutt for fremragende bidrag til  sosialantropologien.

Priser

Sutasomaprisen som deles ut i regi av The Royal Antropologisk Institute.
 

 

 

Emneord: Papua New Guinea, Global økonomi, Sosial lagdeling, Hierarkiske samfunnsstrukturer, Klasse, Gaveteori

Publikasjoner

  • Martin, Keir James Cecil; Wig, Ståle & Yanagisako, Sylvia (2021). Battlegrounds of dependence. Reconfiguring labor, kinship and relational obligation. Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology. ISSN 0920-1297. 2021(90), s. 1–10.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil & Yanagisako, Sylvia (2020). States of Dependence. Social Anthropology. ISSN 0964-0282. 28(3). doi: 10.1111/1469-8676.12919 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). Hierarchy and Stratification in East New Britain. Anthropological Forum: a journal of social anthropology and comparative sociology. ISSN 0066-4677. 29(3), s. 302–318. doi: 10.1080/00664677.2019.1624500
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). Ritual and ambiguities of social (dis)order in East New Britain. Ethnos. ISSN 0014-1844. s. 1–18. doi: 10.1080/00141844.2019.1641537
  • Remme, Jon Henrik Ziegler & Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). The Ambiguities of Rituals: Introduction. Ethnos. ISSN 0014-1844. s. 1–14. doi: 10.1080/00141844.2019.1699142 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). Tolai tabu as wealth and money:A shifting and unstable distinction . I Rakopoulos, Theodoros & Rio, Knut (Red.), Towards an Anthropology of Wealth: Imagination, Substance, Value. Routledge. ISSN 978-0367180072. s. 118–132.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). Tabu and Bitcoin: Fluctuating (Im)materiality in Two Nonstate Media of Exchange. I Harvey, Penny; Krohn-Hansen, Christian & Nustad, Knut Gunnar (Red.), Anthropos and the Material. Duke University Press. ISSN 9781478002864. s. 103–121.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). Therapy and the Rise of the Mulitcultural. I Martin, Keir James Cecil (Red.), Psychotherapy, Anthropology and the Work of Culture. Routledge. ISSN 9780367182458.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). Introduction. I Martin, Keir James Cecil (Red.), Psychotherapy, Anthropology and the Work of Culture. Routledge. ISSN 9780367182458.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). Transcultural Histories of Psychotherapy. I Shamdasani, S & Loewenthal, D (Red.), Exploring Transcultural Histories of Psychotherapy. Routledge. ISSN 0367246864.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). Subaltern perspectives in post-human theory. Anthropological Theory. ISSN 1463-4996. doi: 10.1177/1463499618794085
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2018). Transcultural histories of psychotherapy. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Councelling. ISSN 1364-2537. 20(1), s. 104–119. doi: 10.1080/13642537.2017.1421988
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2018). Wage-labour and a double separation in Papua New Guinea and beyond. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. ISSN 1359-0987. 24(S1), s. 89–101. doi: 10.1111/1467-9655.12801
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil & Krause-Jensen, Jakob (2018). Trickster’s Triumph: Donald Trump and the New Spirit of Capitalism. I Moeran, Brian & de Waal Malefyt, Timothy (Red.), Magical Capitalism: Enchantment, Spells, and Occult Practices in Contemporary Economies. Palgrave Macmillan. ISSN 978-3-319-74397-4. s. 89–113. doi: doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-74397-4_4
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2018). Post-neoliberalism? I Wydra, Harald & Thomassen, Bjørn Kjetil (Red.), Handbook of Political Anthropology. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISSN 978-1-78347-900-9.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2018). Tolai tabu as wealth and money: A shifting and unstable distinction. History and Anthropology. ISSN 0275-7206. 29(3), s. 392–406. doi: 10.1080/02757206.2018.1458722
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil & Krause-Jensen, Jakob (2017). Trump: Transacting trickster. Anthropology Today. ISSN 0268-540X. 33(3), s. 5–8. doi: 10.1111/1467-8322.12347
  • Leaver, Adam & Martin, Keir James Cecil (2016). Creating and dissolving social groups from New Guinea to New York: on the overheating of bounded corporate entities in contemporary global capitalism. History and Anthropology. ISSN 0275-7206. 27(5), s. 585–601. doi: 10.1080/02757206.2016.1222523
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2016). Statistics, Sneers and Fears. Social Anthropology. ISSN 0964-0282. 24(4), s. 494–495.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2016). 'We're Far Too Far Down This Road Now to Worry about Morals':The Destabilising of Football Fans'Identities in an Overheated World. I Schober, Elisabeth & Eriksen, Thomas Hylland (Red.), Identity Destabilised. Living in an overheated world.. Pluto Press. ISSN 9780745399126. s. 205–222.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2015). Taking neoliberalism seriously . Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. ISSN 1359-0987. 21(4), s. 920–923. doi: 10.1111/1467-9655.12294
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil & Flynn, Alex (2015). Anthropological theory and engagement: A zero-sum game? Anthropology Today. ISSN 0268-540X. 31(1), s. 12–14. doi: 10.1111/1467-8322.12153
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2015). Exchange and Corporate Forms Today. I Kjaerulff, Jens (Red.), Flexible Capitalism; Exchange and Ambiguity at Work. Berghahn Books. ISSN 978-1-78238-615-5. s. 261–276.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2014). Sovereignty and freedom in West Papua and beyond. Oceania. ISSN 0029-8077. 84(3), s. 342–348.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2014). UKIP and the rise of populist politics. Anthropology Today. ISSN 0268-540X. 3(30), s. 1–3. doi: 10.1111/1467-8322.12107
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2014). Afterword: Knot-work not networks, or anti-anti-antifetishism and the ANTipolitics machine. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory. ISSN 2049-1115. 4(3), s. 99–115. doi: 10.14318/hau4.3.009
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2014). Knot-work not networks, or anti-anti-antifetishism and the ANTipolitics machine. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory. ISSN 2049-1115. 4(3), s. 99–115.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2010). Robert McNamara and the limits of 'bean counting'. Anthropology Today. ISSN 0268-540X. 26(3), s. 16–19. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8322.2010.00736
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2010). The Death of the Big Men: Depreciation of Elites in New Guinea. Ethnos. ISSN 0014-1844. 75(1), s. 1–22. doi: 10.1080/00141840903581576

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  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). Psychotherapy, Anthropology and the Work of Culture. Routledge. ISBN 9780367182458. 162 s.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2013). The Death Of The Big Men And The Rise Of The Big Shots: Custom and Conflict in East New Britain. Berghahn Books. ISBN 978-0857458728. 274 s.

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  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2020). Markets and Corporations. I Aldenderfer, Mark (Red.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Oxford University Press. ISSN 9780190854584.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2020). Stretching Bonds and Strengthening Ethics in Avoiding Giving. Current Anthropology. ISSN 0011-3204. 61(2), s. 232–233. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2019). Big Men, ceremonial exchange and lifecycle events. I Hirsch, Eric & Rollason, Will (Red.), The Melanesian World. Routledge. ISSN 978-1-138-69371-5.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2016). Modernity tourism. I Jafari, Jafar & Xiao, Honggen (Red.), Encyclopedia of Tourism. Springer Publishing Company. ISSN 978-3-319-01383-1.
  • Eriksen, Thomas Hylland; Laidlaw, James; Mair, Jonathan; Martin, Keir James Cecil & Venkatesan, Soumhya (2015). Debate: 'The concept of neoliberalism has become an obstacle to the anthropological understanding of the twenty-first century'. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. ISSN 1359-0987. 21(4), s. 911–923. doi: 10.1111/1467-9655.12294
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2014). Review of Paik, Peter P. and Merry Wiesner-Hanks (eds.). 2013. Debt. Ethics, the Environ-ment, and the Economy. Bloomington, Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. 242. Anthropological Notebooks. ISSN 1408-032X. 20(2), s. 161–162.
  • Martin, Keir James Cecil (2014). Stand-up for anthropology: Comedy and performing knowledge on stage. Suomen Antropologi. ISSN 0355-3930. 39(4), s. 44–47.

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Publisert 11. nov. 2014 09:37 - Sist endret 16. apr. 2021 13:00