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START YEAR

1975

PUBLISHER

Springer Netherlands

LANGUAGE

en

HOMEPAGE

https://link.springer.com/journal/10624

Recent publications latest 20 shown

  • 2021-12-28 Notes on COVID 19 and the Contradictions of Capital II
  • 2021-12-27 Correction to: Labour, control, and value: Marx meets Negri in Bitcoin mining
  • 2021-11-30 Paradoxes of indigeneity: identity, the state, and the economy in Indonesia
  • 2021-11-25 Labour, control, and value: Marx meets Negri in Bitcoin mining
  • 2021-11-19 Cultural labor and the defetishization of environments: connecting ethnographies of tourism in Venezuela and Chile
  • 2021-10-02 Millenarist vaccination and the mediascape of Mexican politics
  • 2021-09-27 COVID-19 in Romania—the militarization of social life and the banality of death
  • 2021-08-19 Big Data won’t feed the world: global agribusiness, digital imperialism, and the contested promises of a new Green Revolution
  • 2021-07-21 Correction to: Toward a comparative anthropology of activism: activist identity formations in Germany and Uganda
  • 2021-06-23 The road to Atil: Shlomo Sand, post-Zionism, and the dialectic of Khazaria
  • 2021-06-19 Dollars, pesos, and planes. Reconstruction of class borders in the second government of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (2011–2015)
  • 2021-06-19 Plural media ethics? Reformist Islam in India and the limits of global media ethics
  • 2021-06-19 Toward a comparative anthropology of activism: activist identity formations in Germany and Uganda
  • 2021-04-30 Dialectics over positivism for an intersectional Marxism
  • 2021-03-19 The continuum of women’s abduction in Mexico. Porosities between sexual and armed violence in a drug-producing area (Badiraguato, Sinaloa)
  • 2021-03-14 The multiple tenses of a postcolonial age of migration: a commentary on Samaddar, R. (2020).The postcolonial age of migration London and New York: Taylor & Francis, 2020
  • 2021-03-11 Value and politics: introduction to the special issue
  • 2021-03-08 Who’s Afraid of 1619?: Pedagogy, Race, and Class in the United States
  • 2021-03-03 Notes on COVID 19 and the contradictions of capital II
  • 2021-02-27 One day in the Guatemalan war: the rebel occupation of Nebaj, 21 January 1979
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