Recent texts include the full text of Finn Sivert Nielsen‘s 1986 monograph on Russian identity and Soviet nation building (the first and only fieldwork-based anthropological study to have been conducted by a Western scholar in an urban Soviet setting); Maja Hojer‘s elegant discussion of the Soldiers’ Mothers of St. Petersburg; Christopher Freudenberg‘s classical exercise in comparison from 1970 (an early reaction to Barth’s theory of ethnicity); Christian Krohn-Hansen and Halvard Vike‘s authoritative introduction to political anthropology; Benedikte Kristensen‘s fascinating thesis on traditional Tuvan shamanism, the nomadic landscape and her unusual fieldwork experiences; Petia Mankova‘s sensitive study of everyday economic relations in a Northern Russian village; Mimi Larsson‘s succinct analysis of the politics of the Telecottage movement in Hungary; and also texts from Hong Kong, Greenland, Ethiopia, Australia, Cuba, New Zealand, Peru, Tibet etc. http://www.anthrobase.com/
- What Happens to the Gold in Your Teeth When You Die?
- Indigenous Maya Still Disposable in Guatemala
- Belo Monte: Children of the Xingu
- Homo Sapiens, Homo Habilis and/or Neandertalis?
- Chosen Few MC September 2011 Update
- Lori Berenson, MRTA "Terrorist," Home for the Holidays
- Charlemagne and the Ashkenazi Jews in the 9th Century
- Incest: a Family Activity, Child Sex the World Over
- Pasárgada - Manuel Bandeira
- Hare Krisna Palace of Gold, West Virginia