"Margaret Lock and Medical Anthropology," co-authored with Leslie Butt and Karina Kielmann. In: Troubling Natural Categories: Engaging the Medical Anthropology of Margaret Lock. Naomi Adelson, Leslie Butt and Karina Kielmann, eds. McGill-Queen's University Press.Adelson, Naomi
"Digital Landscapes of Health." In: Troubling Natural Categories: Engaging the Medical Anthropology of Margaret Lock. Naomi Adelson, Leslie Butt and Karina Kielmann, eds. McGill-Queen's University Press.Adelson, Naomi
"Inequalities and Health Care." In: Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and Society, William C. Cockerham, Robert Dingwall, & Stella Quah, eds. Wiley- Blackwell.Adelson, Naomi
Lisa Schwartz, Matthew Hunt, Christina Sinding, Laurie Elit, Lynda Redwood-Campbell, Naomi Adelson, Sonya De Laat, Jennifer Ranford. "La déontologie des activités cliniques occidentales est-elle applicable aux contextes humanitaires a l'étranger?" In: Jeux de Miroir: Réflexions sur MSF et l'action humanitaire, Caroline Abu-Sada, ed. Antipodes: Lausanne, Switzerland, 77-92. (French version of: Western clinical health ethics: How well do they travel to humanitarian contexts?)Adelson, Naomi
"Western Clinical Health Ethics: How Well do they Travel to Humanitarian Contexts?" Co-authored with: Lisa Schwartz, Matthew Hunt, Chris Sinding, Laurie Elit, Lynda Redwood-Campbell, Sonya De Laat, Jennifer Ranford. In: Dilemmas, Challenges and Ethics of Humanitarian Action: Reflections on Médicins San Frontières' Perception Project, Caroline Abu-Sada, ed. McGill-Queen's UP, 73-88Adelson, Naomi
"Cree Communications Technologies Past and Present." In: Aboriginal History: A Reader, Kristin Burnett and Geoffrey Read, eds. Oxford University Press.Adelson, Naomi
"Towards a Recuperation of Souls and Bodies: Community Healing and the Complex Interplay of Faith and History." In: The Mental Health of Canadian Aboriginal Peoples: Transformations of Identity and Community, Gail Valaskakis and Laurence Kirmayer, eds. Vancouver: UBC Press. Pp. 272-288Adelson, Naomi
"Models and Metaphors of Healing in a Maritime First Nations Community." (with Amanda Lipinski) In: James Waldram, ed. Aboriginal Healing in Canada: Studies in Therapeutic Meaning and Practice. Montreal: Aboriginal Healing Foundation, pp. 9-30.Adelson, Naomi
"The Shifting Landscape of Cree Well-Being." In: Pursuits of Happiness: Well-Being in Anthropological Perspective. Gordon Matthews and Carolina Izquierdo, eds. Oxford: Berghahn Books, pp. 109-123.Adelson, Naomi
"Visible/Human/Project: Visibility and Invisibility at the Next Anatomical Frontier." In: Figuring it Out: Science, Gender, and Visual Culture. Ann B. Shteir and B. Lightman, eds. University Press of New England, 358-376.Adelson, Naomi
"Appreciation of the Goose: The Relationship Between of Food, Gender and Respect amongst the Iiyiyu’ch of Great Whale, Québec." In: Gendered Intersections: An Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies. Lesley Biggs and Pamela Downe, eds. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, pp. 276-279.Adelson, Naomi
"Cree." In: Encyclopedia of Medical Anthropology: Health and Illness in the World's Cultures. Carol R. Ember and Melvin Ember, eds. Kluwer/Plenum Press, 614-622.Adelson, Naomi
Kirmayer, L. J., Boothroyd, L. J., Tanner, A., Adelson, N. & Robinson, E. "Psychological distress among the Cree of James Bay." In: P. Boss (ed.), Family Stress: Classic and Contemporary Readings. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 249-264. (Reprint of article.)Adelson, Naomi
“Re-imagining Aboriginality: An Indigenous People’s Response to Social Suffering.” In: Remaking A World: Violence, Social Suffering, and Recovery. Veena Das, Arthur Kleinman, Margaret Lock, Mamphela Ramphele, Pamela Reynolds, eds. Berkeley: University of California Press, 76-101. (Expanded version of TP article.)Adelson, Naomi
“Gathering Knowledge: Reflections on the Anthropology of Identity, Aboriginality, and the Annual Gatherings in Whapmagoostui, Quebec.” In: Aboriginal Autonomy and Development in Northern Quebec and Labrador. Colin Scott, ed. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, pp. 289-303.Adelson, Naomi
Archives and Cultural Legibility: Objects and Subjects of Neoliberal Heritage Technologies (with Eugenia Kisin). In Tord Larson et al. eds., Objectification and Standardisation: On the Limits and Effects of ritually fixing and measuring life (Ritual Studies Series, Carolina Academic Press), pp. 257-292.Coombe, Rosemary
Ownership of Intangibles: Intellectual Property and the Contested Commons (with S. Ali Malik). In Kamala Clarke, Eve Darien Smith, and Mariana Valverde, eds., Routledge Handbook on Law and Society. (London: Routledge), 203-208.Coombe, Rosemary
Aboriginal Community Research: Government and Neoliberal Self-Determination (with Daniel Huizenga). In Deborah Brock, ed., Re-making Normal: Governing the Social in Neoliberal Times (UBC Press), 109-132.Coombe, Rosemary
Frontiers of Cultural Property in the Global South. In Haidy Geismar & Jane Anderson, eds., Routledge Companion to Cultural Property (London: Routledge), 374-400Coombe, Rosemary
Rethinking the Work Of Geographical Indications in Asia: Addressing Hidden Geographies of Gendered Labour (with Ali Malik). In Irene Calboli & Ng-Loy Wee Loon, eds., Geographic Indications at the Crossroads of Trade and Development in Asia (Cambridge University Press), 87-121.Coombe, Rosemary
The Limits of Heritage: Corporate Interests and Cultural Rights on Resource Frontiers (with Melissa Baird). In William Logan, Mairead Nic Craith & Ullrich Kockel eds., The Blackwell Companion to the New Heritage Studies (Wiley-Blackwell), 337-354.Coombe, Rosemary
Neoliberalism, Heritage Regimes, and Cultural Rights (with Lindsay Weiss). In Lynn Meskell, ed., Global Heritage: A Reader (Wiley-Blackwell), 43-69.Coombe, Rosemary
Geographical Indications: The Promise, Perils and Politics of Protecting Place-Based Products
(with Sarah Ives and Daniel Huizenga). In Matthew David & Deborah Halbert eds., Sage Handbook on Intellectual Property (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications), 207-223.
The Social Imaginary of Geographical Indicators in Contested Environments: The Politicized Heritage and the Racialized Landscapes of South African Rooibos Tea (with Sarah Ives and Daniel Huizenga). In Matthew David & Deborah Halbert eds., Sage Handbook on Intellectual Property (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications), 224-237.Coombe, Rosemary
Introducing Dynamic Fair Dealing: Creating Canadian Digital Culture. In Rosemary J. Coombe, Darren Wershler & Martin Zeilinger (eds.) Dynamic Fair Dealing: Creating Canadian Culture Online (University of Toronto Press), 3-43.Coombe, Rosemary
The Evolution of Cultural Heritage Ethics Via Human Rights Norms (with Nicole Aylwin). In Rosemary J. Coombe, Darren Wershler & Martin Zeilinger (eds.) Dynamic Fair Dealing: Creating Canadian Culture Online(University of Toronto Press), 201-212.Coombe, Rosemary
Three Peters and an Obsession with Pierre in a 'Piece of Work': Intellectual Property in John Greyson's Un©ut (with Martin Zeilinger). In Brenda Longfellow, Scott MacKenzie & Tim Waugh, eds., The Perils of Pedagogy: The Works of John Greyson (McGill Queens University Press), 438-449.Coombe, Rosemary
Managing Cultural Heritage as Neoliberal Governmentality. In Heritage Regimes and the State. Regina Bendix, Aditya Eggert, Arnika Peselmann & Sven Mißling, eds. (Göttingen University Press), 375-389.Coombe, Rosemary
Cultural Agencies: The Legal Construction of Community Subjects and their Properties. In Mario Biagioli, Peter Jaszi, & Martha Woodmansee, eds., Making and Unmaking Intellectual Property (University of Chicago Press) 79-98.Coombe, Rosemary
Possessing Culture: Political Economies of Community Subjects and their Properties. In M. Busse & V. Strang, eds., Ownership and Appropriation (Berg Publishers) 105-127Coombe, Rosemary
2009 “A Broken Record: Subjecting ‘Music’ to Cultural Rights,” (with Elizabeth B. Coleman and Fiona MacAlrault) in James C. Young and Conrad Brunck, eds., Ethics of Cultural Appropriation (London: Blackwell) 179-210.Coombe, Rosemary
2009 “Indigenous Cultural Heritage Rights in International Human Rights Law” (with Mohsen al atar Ahmed and Nicole Aylwin) in Catherine Bell and Robert Paterson, eds., Protection of First Nations’ Cultural Heritage: Laws, Policy and Reform (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press) 311-342Coombe, Rosemary
2009 “First Nations’ Intangible Cultural Heritage Concerns: Prospects for Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions in International Law,” in Catherine Bell & Robert Paterson, eds., Protection of First Nations’ Cultural Heritage: Laws, Policy and Reform (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press) 247-277.Coombe, Rosemary
2009 “Digital Media and the Informational Politics of Appropriation,” (with David Meurer) in Atopia Projects, eds., Lifting: “Theft” in Art. (Aberdeen, UK: Peacock Visual Arts) 20-27.Coombe, Rosemary
Excerpts were published online for critique and commentary invited by Lifting, an online anthology created by Atopia Projects (2007) in conjunction with their curated exhibition of art Lifting: Theft in Art, Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen, UK. 25 August – 29 September, 2007.Coombe, Rosemary
“Authorizing the Celebrity: Engendering Alternative Identities,” was reprinted as Chapter 40 in P. David Marshall, ed., The Celebrity Culture Reader (New York: Routledge, 2006).Coombe, Rosemary
“Objects of Politics and Subjects of Property” and “Authorizing the Celebrity Persona” were reprinted in Sally Falk Moore, ed., Anthropology and Law: A Reader (London: Basil Blackwell, 2005) pp. 113-123.Coombe, Rosemary
2005 “Bearing Cultural Distinction: Informational Capital and New Expectations for Intellectual Property” (with Steven Schnoor and Mohsen al atar Ahmed) in J. Brinkhof and F. Willem Grosheide, eds., Articles in Intellectual Property: Crossing Boundaries (Antwerp: Intersentia) 191-211.
Reprinted in “Intellectual Property and Social Justice” Symposium Issue. University of California-Davis Law Review 40(3): 891-917 (2007).
2005 “Protecting Cultural Industries to Promote Cultural Diversity: Dilemmas for International Policy-making Posed by the Recognition of Traditional Knowledge” in K. Maskus and J. Reichman, eds., International Public Goods and Transfer of Technology Under a Globalized Intellectual Property Regime (Cambridge University Press) 599-614.
Reprinted in V. V. Ramani and A. V. Bala Krishana, eds., Cultural Industries: Perspectives and Experiences (Hyderabad: ICfai University Press, 2008) 45-64.
“Making Music in the Soundscapes of the Law.” Foreword to Joanna Demers’ Musical Appropriation, Musical Meaning, and the Law (Athens: University of Georgia Press) i-xii.Coombe, Rosemary
2004 “Commodity Culture, Private Censorship, Branded Environnments, and Global Trade Politics: Intellectual Property as a Topic of Law and Society Research” in Austin Sarat, ed., The Blackwell Companion to Law and Society (Malden, MA: Basil Blackwell) 369-391.Coombe, Rosemary
2003 “Works in Progress: Indigenous Knowledge, Biological Diversity and Intellectual Property in a Neoliberal Era” in Richard W. Perry and William Maurer, eds., Globalization Under Construction: Governmentality, Law and Identity (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press) 273-314.Coombe, Rosemary
2001 “Preserving Cultural Diversity through the Preservation of Biological Diversity: Indigenous Peoples, Local Communities, and the Role of Digital Technologies” in Tony Bennett, ed., Differing Diversities: Transversal Study on the Theme of Cultural Policy and Cultural Diversity (Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing) 169-200.Coombe, Rosemary
1999 “Sports Trademarks and Somatic Politics: Locating the Law in a Critical Cultural Studies,” in Randy Martin & Toby Miller, eds., SportCult (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press) 262-288.
• Reprinted in D. Goldberg, M. Musheno and L. Bower, eds., Between Law and Culture: Relocating Legal Studies (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001) 22-49.
1998 “Contingent Articulations: A Critical Cultural Studies of Law,” in Austin Sarat and Tom Kearns, eds., Law in the Domain of Culture (University of Michigan Press) 21-64.Coombe, Rosemary
1997 “The Demonic Place of the Not-There: Trademark Rumors in the Imaginary Spaces of Postindustriality,” in James Ferguson and Akhil Gupta, eds., Culture, Power, Place: Explorations in Critical Anthropology (Durham: Duke University Press) 249-274.Coombe, Rosemary
Davidson, Lisa. 2012. “(Res)sentiment and Practices of Hope: The Labours of Filipina Live-in Caregivers in Filipino Canadian Families”. In Filipinos in Canada: Disturbing Invisibility. University of Toronto Press. Pp 142-60.Davidson, Lisa
McElhinny, Bonnie, Lisa Davidson and John Paul C. Catungal et al. 2012. “Specters of (In)visibility: Filipina/o Labour, Culture and Youth in Canada”. In Filipinos in Canada: Disturbing Invisibility. University of Toronto Press. Pp 5-45.Davidson, Lisa
2021 “Cities in a world of villages: Agrarian Urbanism.” Accepted and Forthcoming In
After Suburbia. Ed. Roger Keil. Toronto. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
2021 “Making Land out of Water: Ecologies of Urbanism, Property, and Loss in an
Urbanizing Periphery.” In Ecologies of Urbanism in India. Anne Rademacher and K. Sivaramakrishnan Eds. Hong Kong University Press
Co-authored with P. Bentley, “The Dialogic Exhibition,” in Canadian Contributions to the Study of Islamic Art and Archaeology, M. Milwright & E. Baboula (eds.), McGill-Queen’s University Press (Montreal, Canada). pp. 351-75. 24 pages.Hirji, Zulfikar
“The Siyu Qur’ans: Illuminated Qur’an Manuscripts from Coastal East Africa,” in Approaches to the Qur’an in Sub-Saharan Africa, Z. Hirji (ed.), Oxford University Press (Oxford, UK), pp. 431-72. 41 pagesHirji, Zulfikar
2004 "Tradition as a Political Symbol in the New Midwifery in Ontario." In I L Bourgeault, C Benoit, and R Davis-Floyd (eds.). Reconceiving Midwifery: The New Canadian Model. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press. Pp 46-66.MacDonald, Margaret
2012 “Natural Birth at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century: Implications for Gender.” In C Brettell and C Sargent (eds.). Gender in Cross Cultural Perspective (Sixth Edition). Boston, MA: Pearson.MacDonald, Margaret
2021 "Caribbean Sexualities and Ethnographic Research Methods", in Methodologies in Caribbean Research on Gender and Sexuality. Kamala Kempadoo and Halimah A.F. DeShong, eds. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers.Murray, David A. B.
2009 “Homo hauntings: Spectral Sexuality and the Good Citizen in Barbadian Media” in Homophobias: Lust and Loathing Across Time and Space. Duke University Press.Murray, David A. B.
2009 “Introduction” and “Epilogue” in Homophobias: Lust and Loathing Across Time and Space. Duke University PressMurray, David A. B.
2009 “Homosexuality, Society and the State: An Ethnography of Sublime Resistance in Martinique” in Perspectives on the Caribbean: A Reader in Culture, History, and Representation. Philip Sher, editor. Blackwell Publishing (Revised version of article originally published in 1996 in Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 2(3):249-272).Murray, David A. B.
2009 "Positively Limited: Gender, Sexuality and HIV/AIDS Discourses in Barbados” in From Risk to Management: HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean, Christine Barrow and Robert Carr, editors. Ian Randle Publishers.Murray, David A. B.
2004 “Takatapui, Gay or just Ho-mo-sexual, Darling? Maori Language, Sexual Terminology and Identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand” in Speaking in Queer Tongues: Globalization and Gay Language, William O. Leap and Tom Boellstorff, eds. Urbana. University of Illinois Press. Pp. 163-180Murray, David A. B.
‘“The Road Not Taken”: Duncombe on Republican Currency: Joint Stock Democracy, Civic Republicanism, and Free Banking’ in Maxime Dagenais and Julien Mauduit Ed’s. Revolutions across Borders Jacksonian America and the Canadian Rebellion (Montreal/Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press), 174- 208.Schrauwers, Albert
“Through a glass darkly: Charity, Conspiracy and Power in New Order Indonesia” for the volume, Transparency and Conspiracy: Power Revealed and Concealed in (the) Global Village(s) edited by Harry G. West and Todd Sanders. (Durham, Duke University Press)Schrauwers, Albert
“‘It’s not economical’: The Market Roots of a Moral Economy.” In Transforming the Indonesian Uplands: Marginality, Power and Production edited by Tania Li, pp. 105-29. (London/Singapore; “Studies in Environmental Anthropology”, Harwood Academic Publishers/ ISEAS)Schrauwers, Albert
“Returning to the ‘Origin’: Church and State in the Ethnogenesis of the ‘To Pamona’.” In Southeast Asian Identities: Culture and the Politics of Representation in Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand edited by Joel Kahn, pp. 203-26. (Singapore/New York/London; ISEAS/St. Martin’s Press/Taurus).Schrauwers, Albert
“Global Politics of the Body”. In Women Worldwide: transnational feminist perspectives on women, J.Lee and S. Shaw, eds. New York: McGraw-Hill. Pp.109-130.Van Esterik, Penelope
“Texts and Contexts in Canadian Anthropology”, In Historicizing Canadian Anthropology, ed. J. Harrison and R. Regnell. Vancouver: UBC PressVan Esterik, Penelope
“From Hunger Foods to Heritage Foods: Challenges to Food Localization in Lao PDR”. In R. Wilk, ed Fast Food/Slow Food: The Cultural Economy of the Global Food System. Lanham, Md.: Altimira Press.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Nurturing Cycles". In F. Miller, et al The Gender of Genetic Futures: The Canadian Biotechnology Strategy, Women and Health. York University, NNEWH.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Repositioning Gender, Sexuality and Power in Thai Studies". In Genders and Sexualities in Modern Thailand, P. Jackson and N Cook, eds., Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books. pp 275-289.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Ritual and Performance of Buddhist Identity among Lao Buddhists in North America". In Duncan Ryuken Williams and Christopher Queen, eds., American Buddhism. Richmond, Surrey:Curzon Press.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Food and the Refugee Experience: Gender and Food in Exile, Asylum, and Repatriation." In P. Van Esterik, W. Giles, and H. Moussa, eds., Development and Diaspora. Dundas, Ontario: Artemis Press. pp.61-74.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Nurturance and Reciprocity in Thai Studies." In P. Durrenberger, ed., State Power and Culture in Thailand. New Haven: Yale University, Southeast Asian Studies Monograph 44. pp.22-46.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Breast-Feeding and Work: The Situation of Midwives and Other Women Health Care Providers." In S. Murray, ed., International Perspectives on Midwifery. London: Mosby-Wolfe. pp.77-88. (chapter selected as UNICEF's Breastfeeding Paper of the Month, August, 1996, for distribution to UNICEF offices world-wide.)Van Esterik, Penelope
"The Politics of Breastfeeding: Advocacy and Anthropology." In P. Stuart-Macadam and K. Dettwyler, eds., Breastfeeding: A Biocultural Perspective. New York: Aldine de Gruyter. pp.145- 166.Van Esterik, Penelope
"The Politics of Beauty in Thailand." In C. Ballero Cohen, R. Wilk, and B. Stoelje, eds. Beauty Queens on the Global Stage. New York: Routledge. pp.203-216.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Thank You Breasts: Breastfeeding as a Global Feminist Issue." In S. Cole and L. Phillips, eds. Ethnographic Feminisms. Ottawa: Carleton University Press. pp.75-91.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Rewriting Gender and Development Anthropology in Southeast Asia." In Wazir Jahan Karim, ed., Male and Female in Developing Southeast Asia. Oxford: Berg Publishers. pp.247-259.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Gender and Development in Thailand: Deconstructing Display." In H. Dagenais and D. Piche, eds., Women, Feminism and Development. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. pp.264-279.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Introduction." In L. Milgram and P. Van Esterik, eds., The Transformative Power of Cloth in Southeast Asia. Montreal: Canadian Asian Studies Association. pp.1-9.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Cutting Up Culture: Colonizing Costume." In L. Migram and P. Van Esterik, eds., The Transformative Power of Cloth in Southeast Asia. Montreal: Canadian Asian Studies Association. pp.39-52.Van Esterik, Penelope
"The Right to Food and Good Nutrition: An Anthropologist's Perspective". In E. Linusson, M. Beaudry, and M. Latham, eds. The Right to Food and Good Nutrition. Cornell International Nutrition Monograph 26:31-33.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Thai Prostitution and the Medical Gaze." In P. Van Esterik and J. Van Esterik, eds., Gender and Development in Southeast Asia. Montreal: Canadian Asian Studies Association. pp.133-150.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Linking Institutions: The Women in Development Consortium in Thailand and Canada." In A. Rao, ed., Women's Studies International: Nairobi and Beyond. New York: Feminist Press. pp.238-247.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Women in Southeast Asia: Research Directions." In Documents du GERAC (Le Groupe detudes et de recherches sur l'asie contemporaine), Que Savons-nous et Que Faisons-nous au Subject de L'asie du Sud-est au Canada? Quebec City: Laval University.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Lao Refugees: A Short Bibliography on Recent Research." In Documents du GERAC (Le Groupe detudes et de recherches sur l'asie contemporaine), Que Savons-nous et Que Faisons-nous au Subject de L'asie du Sud-est au Canada? Quebec City: Laval University.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Women in Southeast Asia: A Bibliography on Recent Research." In Documents du GERAC (Le Groupe detudes et de recherches sur l'asie contemporaine), Que Savons-nous et Que Faisons-nous au Subject de L'asie du Sud-est au Canada? Quebec City: Laval University.Van Esterik, Penelope
"The Insufficient Milk Syndrome: Biologic Epidemic or Cultural Construction." In P. Whelehan, ed., Women and Health. Granby, Mass.: Bergin and Garvey. pp.97-109.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Introduction" (with V. Laukaran, J. Post, and B. Winikoff). In B. Winikoff, M. Castle, and V. Laukaran, eds., Feeding Infants in Four Societies. New York: Greenwood Press.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Indochinese Refugees in Toronto." In L. J. Dorais, K. Chan, and D. Indra, eds. Ten Years Later: Indochinese Communities in Canada. Montreal: Canadian Asian Studies Association. pp.117-126.Van Esterik, Penelope
"The Cultural Context of Infant Feeding." In B. Winikoff, M. Castle, and V. Laukaran, eds., Feeding Infants in Four Societies. New York: Greenwood Press. pp.187-202.Van Esterik, Penelope
"To Strengthen and Refresh: Herbal Therapy in Southeast Asia." Social Science and Medicine 27(8):751-661.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Thailand's Response to the Refugee Crisis." In Cultural Survival, Report 22, Southeast Asian Tribal Groups and Ethnic Minorities. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Confronting Anthropology Confronting Advocacy." In R. Paine, ed., Advocacy and Anthropology. St. John's, Nfld.: Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER). pp.59-77.Van Esterik, Penelope
"The Cultural Context of Breastfeeding in Rural Thailand." In V. Hull and M. Simpson, eds. Breastfeeding, Child Health, and Child Spacing: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. London: Croom Helm. pp.139-161.Van Esterik, Penelope
"An Anthropological Perspective on Infant Feeding in Oceania." In L. Marshall, ed., Infant Care and Feeding in the South Pacific. New York: Gordon and Breach. pp.331-343.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Imitating Ban Chiang Pottery: Towards a Cognitive Theory of Replication." In J. Dougherty, ed., Directions in Cognitive Anthropology. Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois Press. pp.221-241.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Women and Food in Southeast Asia: Recent Research Trends and New Directions." In B. Miller and J. Hyde, eds., Women in Asia and Asian Studies. Committee on Women in Asian Studies, Monograph No. 1. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University. pp.71-81.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Laywomen in Theravada Buddhism." In P. B. Van Esterik, ed., Women in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asia Monograph Series. DeKalb, Illinois: Northern Illinois University. pp.55-78.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Infant Feeding Options for Bangkok Professional Women." In Michael C. Latham, ed., The Decline of the Breast: An Examination of Its Impact on Fertility and Health, and Its Relation to Socioeconomic Status. Cornell International Nutrition Monograph 10. Ithaca, New York: Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University. pp.56-79.Van Esterik, Penelope
"The Infant Formula Controversy in Southeast Asia: Advocacy Confrontation or Applied Anthropology?" In G. Hainsworth, ed., Southeast Asia: Women, Changing Social Structure, and Cultural Continuity. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Cultural Factors Affecting the Adjustment of Southeast Asian Refugees." In Southeast Asian Exodus: From Tradition to Resettlement. Ottawa: Canadian Asian Studies Association. 151-171.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Royal Style in Village Context: Towards a Model of Interaction Between Royalty and Commoner." In C. Wilson, C. Smith, and G. Smith, eds. Royalty and Commoner: Essays in Thai Administrative, Economic and Social History. Contributions to Asian Studies, Vol. XV. Leiden: Brill. pp.102-117.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Ban Chiang: Archaeological Past and Entrepreneurial Present." In Gordon Means, ed., The Past in Southeast Asia's Present. Ottawa: Canadian Asian Studies Association. pp.70-79.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Lactation, Nutrition and Changing Cultural Values: Infant Feeding Practices in Rural and Urban Thailand." In G. Means, ed., Development and Underdevelopment in Southeast Asia. Ottawa: Canadian Asian Studies Association. pp.140-150.Van Esterik, Penelope
“Breastfeeding and HIV/AIDS: Critical Gaps and Dangerous Intersections.” In Giving Breast Milk, ef R. Shaw and A. Bartlett. Toronto: Demeter Press, 2009.Van Esterik, Penelope
“Making People Countable: Analyzing Paper Trails and the Imperial Census” in Approaching the Imperial Archive: Sources and Methods in Histories of Colonialism, Kirsty Reid and Fiona Paisley, eds. Oxford: Routledge Press.Widmer, Sandra
“Colonial Demography: Rationalities, Practices, Discourses” (with Samuël Coghe) in Twentieth Century Population Thinking: A Critical Reader of Primary and Secondary Sources, Population Knowledge Network, ed. London: Routledge. pp. 37-64.Widmer, Sandra
“Filtering Demography and Biomedical Technologies: Melanesian Nurses and Global Population Concerns (1920-1970)” in A World of Populations: Transnational Perspectives on Demography in the Twentieth Century, Corinna R. Unger and Heinrich Hartmann, eds. Oxford: Berghahn Press. pp. 222-242.Widmer, Sandra
“Seeing Health Like a Colonial State: Assistant Medical Practitioners and Nascent Biomedical Citizenship in the New Hebrides” in Senses and Citizenships: Embodying Political Life, S. Trnka, J. Park and C. Dureau, eds. New York: Routledge. pp. 200-220.Widmer, Sandra
“Making Mothers: The Changing Relationships of Birth and Raising Children in Pango Village, Vanuatu” in An Anthropology of Mothering, Michelle Walks and Naomi MacPherson, eds. Bradford: Demeter Press. pp. 102-114.Widmer, Sandra
2013 “Family Matters: Finding Solutions to Youth Homelessness” Gaetz, S., Karabanow, J, O’Grady, B. (eds.) Youth Homelessness in Canada: a Reader. Pp. 15-39.Winland, Daphne
2010 “Mujaheddin in our Midst: Bosnian Croats after Dayton” in L. Šaric, (ed.) Contested Cultural Identities: Discursive Responses to the Challenges of Changing Europe London: Routledge.Winland, Daphne
2008 “Transnationalism in Post-Conflict Contexts: Croatia” in D. Kostovicova and V. Boji?i?-Dzelilovi? (eds.) Transnationalism in the Balkans. London: Routledge.Winland, Daphne
2006 “Claiming to be Croat: The Risks of Return to the Homeland” pp. 201-220, in V. Amit and N. Dyck, (eds.) Claiming Individuality: The Cultural Politics of Distinction. London, UK: Pluto Press.Winland, Daphne
2006 “Raising the Curtain: Transnationalism in the Post-Communist World” pp. 261-277 in V. Satzewich and L. Wong (eds.) Transnational Identities and Practices in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.Winland, Daphne
2005 “Nation-Building, Nation-Bonding: Croatian Diaspora and the Homeland” in H. Riegler (ed.) The Politics of Exile: the Role of Diasporas in Nation Building Austrian Institute of International Affairs, Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos Pub.Winland, Daphne
2004 “Croatian Diaspora” in Encyclopedia of Diasporas-Immigrant and Refugee Cultures Around the World in M. Ember, C. Ember, I. Skoggard (eds.) New Haven: Kluwer/Plenam Press.Winland, Daphne
2008 “Rethinking Creativity and Value,” Review of Johanna Gibson, Creating Selves: Intellectual Property and the Narration of Culture (Dartmouth: Ashgate, 2006). Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice 3 (12): 804.Coombe, Rosemary
2003 Review of Carol Greenhouse (with Roshanak Kheshti), Democracy and Ethnography (Albany: SUNY Press, 1998). American Ethnologist 30: 625-6.Coombe, Rosemary
2013 Tacit Subjects: Belonging and Same Sex Desire Among Dominican Immigrant Men (Carlos U. Decena) in GLQ 19(1):131-133Murray, David A. B.
2010 Native Men Remade: Gender and Nation in Contemporary Hawaii (Ty P. Kawika Tengan) in American Ethnologist 37:4Murray, David A. B.
2008 Caribbean Pleasure Industry: Tourism, Sexuality and AIDS in the Dominican Republic (Mark Padilla) in Anthropologica 50(2):434-436Murray, David A. B.
2007 Theatre and Political Process: Staging Identities in Tokelau and New Zealand (Ingjerd Hoem) in Ethnos 72(1):136-137Murray, David A. B.
2005 The Culture of Gender and Sexuality in the Caribbean (Linden Lewis, ed.) in The New West Indian Guide 79(1&2):27-29Murray, David A. B.
2005 Queer Globalizations: Citizenship and the Afterlife of Colonialism (Cruz-Malave and Manalansan, eds) in The Journal of Homosexuality 49(2):169-172Murray, David A. B.
2003 The Anthropology of Media (K. Askew and R. Wilk, eds.) in The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 40(2):238-240Murray, David A. B.
1999 American Gay (S.O. Murray) in The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 5 (2):293-294Murray, David A. B.
1998 A Day For the Hunter, A Day for the Prey, Popular Music and Power in Haiti (Gage Averill) in The Australian Journal of Anthropology 9 (3):327-328Murray, David A. B.
1998 Freakery: Cultural Spectacles of the Extraordinary Body (Rosemarie Garland Thomson ed.) in American Ethnologist 25 (1):20-21Murray, David A. B.
1998 Condor Qatay: Anthropology in Performance (Catherine J. Allen and Nathan Garner) in American Anthropologist 100 (1):34-35Murray, David A. B.
Sally Merry, “Human Rights and Gender Violence: Translating International Law into Social Justice, Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, On Line Book Reviews.Van Esterik, Penelope
“From Opium to Chrysanthemums” and “ Drug Story”. (video review) News and Reviews, Asian Education Media Services 8 (1): 1-3Van Esterik, Penelope
Martin Stuart-Fox, “Historical Dictionary of Laos”. Journal of the Siam Society 89(1&2):132Van Esterik, Penelope
Sid Brown, “The Journey of One Buddhist Nun”. Journal of the Siam Society 89 (1&2):132-3.Van Esterik, Penelope
Carol J. Ireson.” Field, Forest and Family: Women's Work and Power in Rural Laos" and "Mya Than and Joseph L. H. Tan (eds.). Laos' Dilemmas and Options". Journal of Asian Studies 57(1):281-282.Van Esterik, Penelope
Susan Bordo. “Unbearable Weight: Feminism, Western Culture and the Body". The Communicator. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropology Association.Van Esterik, Penelope
V. Maher. Anthropology of Breastfeeding." American Anthropologist 95:728-729.Van Esterik, Penelope
Snit Smuckarn and Kennon Breazeale. “A Culture in Search of Survival: The Phuan of Thailand and Laos." Journal of Asian History 24(2):220-221.Van Esterik, Penelope
Josephine Reynell. “Political Pawns: Refugees on the Thai-Kampuchean Border." Refuge 9(3):15-16.Van Esterik, Penelope
Irene Tinker. “Street Foods: Testing Assumptions About Informal Sector Activity by Women and Men." Food and Foodways 3(4):377-378.Van Esterik, Penelope
A. Eisen. “Women and Revolution in Vietnam” and M. Khaing. “The World of Burmese Women." Canadian Women’s Studies Journal 7:216-217.Van Esterik, Penelope
Pierre Bourdieu. “Distinction." American Anthropologist 88(2):456-457.Van Esterik, Penelope
S. Rifkin. “Health Planning and Community Participation." Journal of Asian Studies 45(3):659-660.Van Esterik, Penelope
J. Robson, ed. “ Food, Ecology and Culture." Journal of Nutrition Education 13(3):123Van Esterik, Penelope
S. Potter. “Family Life in Northern Thailand." American Anthropologist 81(4):945.Van Esterik, Penelope
2009 Trbovich, A.S. "A Legal Geography of Yugoslavia’s Disintegration." New York: Oxford University Press 2008 H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Review On-line http://www.h-net.org/reviewsWinland, Daphne
2008 Green, S. F., "Notes from the Balkans: Locating Marginality and Ambiguity in the Greek-Albanian Border." Princeton: Princeton University. 2005. Journal of Modern Greek Studies, 29(2): 494-495Winland, Daphne
2002 Das, V., A. “Kleinman, M. Lock, M. Ramphele and P. Reynolds (eds.) Remaking a World: Violence, Social Suffering, and Recovery.” University of California Press, 2001. American Ethnologist, 29(3): 756-758Winland, Daphne
1996 Donnelly, N. “Changing Lives of Refugee Among Women” (Philadelphia, Pa.: Temple University Press) in Contemporary Sociology, 25(1): 37-38.Winland, Daphne
1996 Chan, S. Hmong Means Free (Seattle University Washington Press) in Contemporary Sociology, 25(1):38-39Winland, Daphne
1995 Margolis, M. Little Brazil: An Ethnography of Brazilian Immigrants in New York City (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press) in Canadian Journal of Urban Research 4#1:163-164Winland, Daphne
Troubling Natural Categories: Engaging the Medical Anthropology of Margaret Lock. Naomi Adelson, Leslie Butt and Karina Kielmann, eds. McGill-Queen's UniversityAdelson, Naomi
“Being Alive Well”: Health and the Politics of Cree Well-Being. University of Toronto Press (Reprinted 2002, 2004), 141pp.Adelson, Naomi
Othon Alexandrakis. 2022. Radical Resilience: Athenian Topographies of Precocity and Possibility. Cornell University Press: Ithaca and London.Alexandrakis, Othon
Alexandrakis, Othon (Editor). 2016. Impulse to Act: A New Anthropology of Resistance and Social Justice. Indiana University Press.Alexandrakis, Othon
The Cultural Life of Intellectual Properties: Authorship, Appropriation and the Law. (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1998) 462 pp. Reprinted in 2008.Coombe, Rosemary
2018 Reimagining Science and Statecraft in Postcolonial Kenya: Stories from an African Scientist. London: Routledge Press.Elliott, Denielle A
Denielle Elliott and Dara Culhane A Different Kind of Ethnography (UTP, Toronto).Elliott, Denielle A
2021 Special Issue. Engaging the Urban from the Periphery. South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal. SAMAJ. Volume 26. Co-edited with Loraine Kennedy and Ashima Sood.Gururani, Shubhra
2021 Special Issue. Agrarian Urbanisation: Emerging Entanglements of Land, Labour and Capital. Urbanisation. Volume 6:1. Co-edited with Sai Balakrishnan.Gururani, Shubhra
2018 Special Issue. Frontier Urbanism: Urbanisation Beyond Cities in South Asia. Co-edited with Rajarshi Dasgupta. Review of Urban Affairs. Economic and Political Weekly. Volume 53. Issue No. 12. March 24.Gururani, Shubhra
2015 Special Issue. Ethnographies of the Political: Honouring Malcolm
Blincow. Anthropologica. Volume 57: 1. Co-edited with Karl Schmid
2015 Gender in the Himalaya: Feminist Explorations of Identity, Place, and Positionality. Himal Books. Co-edited with Kim Berry.Gururani, Shubhra
2014 Themed Issue. Gender in the Himalaya. Himalaya: The Journal of the
Association of Nepal and Himalayan Studies. Co-edited with Kim Berry. Vol. 34: No. 1
2014 Special Issue New Frontiers of Ecological Knowledge: Co-producing
Knowledge and Governance in Asia. Conservation and Society. Co-edited
with Peter Vandergeest. Winter
Approaches to the Qur'an in Sub-Saharan Africa. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198840770. Covering a period from the eighteenth century to the early twenty-first century, this multidisciplinary volume examines Muslim engagements with the Qur'an in a variety of geographical locations in sub-Saharan Africa including Burkina Faso, Kenya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, and Tanzania. The volume's twelve case studies use different frameworks and methodological approaches from the academic disciplines of philology, historiography, anthropology, and art history. These studies explore a variety of media and modalities that Muslims in sub-Saharan Africa, as elsewhere, use in their engagements with the Qur'an. These include: manuscripts; commentaries; translations; recitations and invocations; music and poetry; magical squares and symbolic repertoire; medicinal and curative acts; textiles, ink, paper, and wooden boards; spaces of education, healing and prayer, as well as spaces of dreams and spirit worlds. As such, the case studies move well beyond the materiality of the Qur'an as a physical book to explore the ways in which the Qur'an is understood, felt and imagined, as well as the contestations and debates that arise from these diverse engagements.Hirji, Zulfikar
Islam: An Illustrated Journey. Farhad Daftary and Zulfikar Hirji. 2018. Azimuth Editions in Association with the Institute of Ismaili Studies. ISBN: 1898592357. Beginning in the world of late antiquity and the pre-Islamic period, the book takes the reader through Islam’s formative era and early development in the Arabian Peninsula, the rise and decline of major Muslim dynasties and finally into its place in the modern world.
Lavishly illustrated and written in an accessible style, Islam: An Illustrated Journey tells the story of Islam, a faith that is today practised by more than a billion people and is the fastest growing religion in the world.
The book contains a multitude of images, graphics, maps and charts, features many of the masterpieces of art, architecture and literature produced by Muslims along with an easy-to-use glossary and a detailed bibliography that will appeal to both general audiences and enthusiasts of Islamic societies and cultures and world civilizations.Hirji, Zulfikar
Between Empires: Sheikh-Sir Mbarak al-Hinawy (1896-1959). Azimuth Editions. 2012. ISBN: 1898592099. An illustrated biography of one of the most famous governors of the East African coast. This scholarly publication uses numerous photographs and is based on newly discovered family archives and other primary sources. It also explores the growth and development of Mombasa from the 19th century up to the 1950s, its Arab and Swahili communities, and its unique cosmopolitain culture.Hirji, Zulfikar
Diversity and Pluralism in Islam and Muslim Contexts: Historical and Contemporary Discourses amongst Muslims I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd, 2010 ISBN: 9781848853027 For more than fourteen hundred years Muslims have held multiple and diverging views about their religious tradition. This divergence encompasses such matters as authority; ritual practice; political power; law and governance; civic life; and the form and content of individual and communal expressions of their faith. Over the centuries Muslims have regularly debated these issues amongst themselves. However, despite the remarkable diversity of the Islamic tradition, and the plurality of understandings about Islam, Muslims are regularly and erroneously portrayed as internally homogeneous and dogmatic. This important book challenges such propositions by examining the ways in which matters of common concern to Muslims have been discussed by them and examined. The volume explores the processes by which Muslims construct notions of the self, the other and community, and addresses the socio-cultural tools that they employ in so doing. Offering contributions by world-class scholars, "Diversity and Pluralism in Islam" applies insights from a range of disciplines, including anthropology, history, literature, political theory, comparative literature and Islamic studies.Hirji, Zulfikar
The Ismailis: An Illustrated History. Azimuth Editions in Association with Institute of Ismaili Studies. 2008. ISBN-10: 1898592268. Farhad Daftary and Zulfikar Hirji. This book contains some 400 images of manuscripts, artifacts and monuments, community documents as well as important historical and contemporary photographs. Based on modern scholarship in the fields of Ismaili and Islamic Studies, the book offers a comprehensive and accessible account of Ismaili history and intellectual achievements, set in the wider contexts of Islamic and world history.Hirji, Zulfikar
2010 "Tourism and the Making of Ethnic Citizenship in Belize," In Tourism, Power, and Culture: Anthropological Perspectives. Donald MacLeod and James G. Carrier (Eds). Clevedon UK: Channel View Publications.Holmes, J. Teresa
2009 “When Blood Matters: Making Kinship in Colonial Kenya,” In Kinship and Beyond: The Genealogical Model Reconsidered. James Leach and Sandra Bamford (Eds), Oxford: Berghahn Books.Holmes, J. Teresa
2002 "The Ritual Space of Family," Sewanee Theological Review 45(3): 280-289.Holmes, J. Teresa
1997 "Contested Kinship and the Dispute of Customary Law in Colonial Kenya," Anthropologica 39(1-2):79-89.Holmes, J. Teresa
In progress The Subject of Kinship: Contesting Relatedness in Colonial Kenya. Book manuscript.Holmes, J. Teresa
2011 “On Edge in an Impossible Topics” In David Picard and Mike Robinson, eds., Emotion in Motion: Tourism, Awe and Inner Journeys, Pp. 163-186. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.Little, William Kenneth
2011 “The Tourists are Just Wild about Harry, or Not: Becoming Insensible on a Beach in Belize.” In David Picard, ed. Tourism and the Seductions of Difference. Conference Proceedings of the Tourism Contact, Culture Research Network (TOCOCU), Lisbon, Portugal.Little, William Kenneth
2010 “Paradise is as Paradise Doesn’t: Tourist Encounters on Edge, at the Edge of a Beach in Belize” In Mike Robinson, ed. Resorting to the Coast: Tourism, Heritage and Cultures of the Seaside. Conference Proceedings, Blackpool, UK. Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change and the Institute of Northern Studies, Leeds-Metropolitan University (On line)Little, William Kenneth
2010 “On the Nervous Edge of an Impossible Tropics” In Jeremy Kuster and Mike Robinson, eds. Emotion in Motion: The Passion of Tourism, Travel, and Movement. Conference Proceedings, Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change, Leeds-Metropolitan University, (On Line).Little, William Kenneth
2010 “Paradise from the Other side of Nowhere: Troubling a Troubled Scene of Tourist Encounter in Belize.” Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. Vol. 8, No. 1-2: 1-14.Little, William Kenneth
2009 “On the Nervous Edge of an Impossible Tropics.” In-Tensions Vol. 3 (Fall):1-28(http://www.yorku.ca/intent/issue3/).Little, William Kenneth
2009 “Slobodin as Example: A Note on the Dialectics of Style” In Richard J. Preston, ed. A Kindly Scrutiny of Human Nature: Essays in Honour of Richard Slobodin, pp. 25-32. Wilfrid Laurier University Press.Little, William Kenneth
2007 “Belize Ephemera” In Mike Robinson, ed. Things that Move: The Material World of Tourism and Travel. Conference Proceedings, Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change, Leeds, UK: Leeds Metropolitan University. (On-line)Little, William Kenneth
2006 “From Sacrificial Victim to Tourist Icon: An Elvis Presley Pilgrimage and the Making of a Globalized Culture of Spectacle Consumption.” In Mike Robinson and David Picard, eds., Journeys of Expressions V: Tourism and the Roots/Routes of Tourism. The Belfast Conference Proceedings, Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change, Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Halam University. (On-line)Little, William Kenneth
2006 “Circus In Ruins: A Comment on ‘Lions on Display: Culture, Nature, and Totality in a Circus Performance,’ by Yoram Carmelli.” Poetics Today 27(3): 597-614.Little, William Kenneth
2006 “Pitu’s Doubt: Entrée Clown Self-fashioning in the Circus Tradition” In Joel Schechter, ed., Popular Theatre: A Sourcebook. Pp. 138-149. London and New York: Routlegde. (re-issued 1986 article)Little, William Kenneth
2005 “Paradise from the Other Side of Nowhere: Troubling a Troubled Scene of Tourist Encounter” In David Picard and Mike Robinson, eds., Tourism and Performance: Scripts, Stages, and Stories. Conference Proceedings, Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change, Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Halam University. (On-line)Little, William Kenneth
2003 "Pitu's Doubt: Entrée Clown Self-fashioning in the Circus Tradition" In Joel Schechter, ed., Popular Theatre: A Sourcebook. Pp. 138-149. London and New York: Routlegde. (re-issued article)Little, William Kenneth
1995 Talking Circus not Culture: The Politics of Identity in European Circus Discourse. Qualitative Inquiry 1 (3): 346-359.Little, William Kenneth
1994 Reading Archaos: Transgression, Surveillance, and the Spaces of Power in Popular Entertainment. In J. Marriott & I. Neuman (eds.), Sensoria from Censorium 2 . Mangagin Books, pp.1-8.Little, William Kenneth
1993 Masochism, Spectacle, and the ‘Broken Mirror' Clown Entrée: A Note on the Anthropology of Performance in Postmodern Culture. Cultural Anthropology 8 (1): 117-129.Little, William Kenneth
1991 The Rhetoric of Romance and the Simulation of Tradition in Circus Clown Performance. Theme issue, "The Semiotics of the Circus," Semiotica 85 (3/4): 227-255.Little, William Kenneth
1991 A Mutual Parody of Meaning in Circus Clown and Ethnographic Discourse. Theme issue, "From Method to Modesty: Essays on Thinking and Making Ethnography," Culture 11 (1/2): 77-92.Little, William Kenneth
1991 On Safari: The Visual Politics of a Tour Representation. In D. Howes (ed.), The Varieties of Sensory Experience: A Sourcebook in the Anthropology of the Senses. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 149-163.Little, William Kenneth
L Wallace, M MacDonald and K Storeng (eds). Anthropologies of Global Maternal Health: From policy spaces to sites of practice. Chams, SW: Springer Nature. Open Access at https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-84514-8MacDonald, Margaret
2007 At Work in the Field of Birth: Midwifery Narratives of Nature, Tradition and Home. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.MacDonald, Margaret
2021 Living with HIV in 'Post Crisis' Times: Beyond the Endgame (editor). Lanham: Lexington Books.Murray, David A. B.
2016 Real Queer? Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Refugees in the Canadian Refugee Apparatus. Rowman and Littlefield International. Winner of the 2016 Ruth Benedict Prize for Outstanding Monograph, American Anthropological Association.Murray, David A. B.
2016 Queering Borders: Language, Sexuality and Migration (editor). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing CompanyMurray, David A. B.
2012 Flaming Souls: Homosexuality, Homophobia and Social Change in Barbados. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.Murray, David A. B.
2009 Homophobias: Lust and Loathing Across Time and Space. Duke University Press (Editor). Winner of the 2010 Ruth Benedict Prize for Best Edited Volume, American Anthropological Association.Murray, David A. B.
2002 Opacity: Gender, Sexuality, Race and the ‘Problem’ of Identity in Martinique New York: Peter LangMurray, David A. B.
Merchant Kings: Corporate Governmentality in the Dutch Colonial Empire, 1815-1870 (Berghahn Books; New York, 2021)Schrauwers, Albert
“Union is Strength”: W.L. Mackenzie, the Children of Peace and the Emergence of Joint Stock Democracy in Upper Canada (Toronto, University of Toronto Press).Schrauwers, Albert
Co-editor with Deborah James, “An Apartheid of Souls: Dutch and Afrikaner Colonialism and its aftermath.” Special Issue of Itinerario 27 (3/4).Schrauwers, Albert
Colonial "Reformation" in the Highlands of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, 1892-1995 (Toronto, Anthropological Horizons Series 14, University of Toronto Press).Schrauwers, Albert
Awaiting the Millennium: The Children of Peace and the Village of Hope, 1812-1889 (University of Toronto Press: Toronto, 1993)Schrauwers, Albert
Food Culture in Southeast Asia. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press. (141pp.)Van Esterik, Penelope
Food and Culture: A reader, Second Edition. (ed. with Carole Counihan). New York: Routledge Press.Van Esterik, Penelope
Head, Heart and Hand: Partnerships for Women’s Hearth in Canadian Environments. 2 Volumes, NNEWH, York University.Van Esterik, Penelope
Risks, Rights and Regulation: Communicating about Risks and Infant Feeding. WABA: Penang (93pp).Van Esterik, Penelope
Cultural Anthropology. First Canadian Edition. (with B. Miller, J. Van Esterik). Toronto: Pearson Education. (Second Canadian Edition, 2004; Third Canadian Edition 2006)Van Esterik, Penelope
Materializing Thailand. Oxford: Berg Press. (274pp.)Van Esterik, Penelope
Food and Culture: A Reader (ed. with Carole Counihan). New York: Routledge Press.Van Esterik, Penelope
Development and Diaspora: Gender Implications of the Refugee Experience (ed., with Wenona Giles and Helena Moussa). Dundas, Ontario: Artemis Press.Van Esterik, Penelope
Women of Southeast Asia. Editor. Revised Second Edition. DeKalb, Illinois: Southeast Asia Monograph Series, Northern Illinois University. (First published 1982.)Van Esterik, Penelope
The Transformative Power of Cloth in Southeast Asia (ed., with Lynne Milgram). Montreal: Canadian Asian Studies Association. 186pp.Van Esterik, Penelope
Taking Refuge: Lao Buddhists in North America. Tempe, Arizona and North York, Ont.: Program for Southeast Asian Studies, Arizona State University and York Lanes Press. 148pp. (Reissued with new introduction, 2003)Van Esterik, Penelope
Women, Work, and Breastfeeding. Cornell International Nutrition Monograph 23. Ithaca, New York: Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University. 96pp. (Mujer, Trabajo Y Lactancia Materna, Spanish translation)Van Esterik, Penelope
Gender and Development in Southeast Asia (ed. with John Van Esterik). Montreal: Canadian Asian Studies Association. 214pp.Van Esterik, Penelope
Di Balik Kontroversi Asi-Susu Formula. Jakarta, Indonesia: Yayasan Obor Indonesia. (Indonesian translation of Beyond the Breast Bottle Controversy.) 205pp.Van Esterik, Penelope
Beyond the Breast Bottle Controversy. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. (Simultaneously published as Mother Power and Infant Feeding, London, Zed Press.) 242pp.Van Esterik, Penelope
Techniques of Healing in Southeast Asia (ed. with C. Laderman). Social Science and Medicine 17(8):747-877.Van Esterik, Penelope
Intra-Family Food Distribution: Its Relevance for Maternal and Child Health. Ithaca, New York: Cornell Nutrition Surveillance Program.113 pp. (Republished 1985 in: Determinants of Young Child Feeding and Their Implications for Nutritional Surveillance, M. C. Latham, ed., Cornell International Nutrition Monograph 14. Ithaca, New York: Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University.)Van Esterik, Penelope
Cognition and Design Production in Ban Chiang Painted Pottery. Athens, Ohio: Center for International Studies, Southeast Asia Monograph Series, Ohio University Press. 88pp.Van Esterik, Penelope
Health and Difference: Rendering Human Variation in Colonial Engagements (First editor, with Veronika Lipphardt). NY: Berghahn Books.Widmer, Sandra
Twentieth Century Population Thinking: A Critical Reader of Primary and Secondary Sources (with Population Knowledge Network). London: RoutledgeWidmer, Sandra
“Time and the Expert: Temporalities and the Social Life of Expertise” Anthropologica 55(2). (guest edited collection with Jean Mitchell)Widmer, Sandra
2007 We Are Now a Nation: Croats between ‘Home’ and ‘Homeland’ Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 264 pp. (Paperback 2013)Winland, Daphne
Graham, Janice, Naomi Adelson, Sylvie Fortin, Gilles Bibeau, Margaret Lock, Sandra Hyde, Mary Ellen Macdonald, Ignace Olazabal, Peter Stephenson, and James Waldram. “The End of Medical Anthropology in Canada? A Manifesto.” University Affairs. March 2011.Adelson, Naomi
Schwartz, Lisa, Sinding, Christina, Hunt, Matthew, Elit, Laurie, Redwood-Campbell, Lynda, Adelson, Naomi, Luther, Lori, Ranford, Jennifer and DeLaat, Sonya. 'Ethics in Humanitarian Aid Work: Learning From the Narratives of Humanitarian Health Workers', AJOB Primary Research, 1(3): 45-54.Adelson, Naomi
“The Fit of Health: The Embodiment of an Ideal and its Implications.” In: Illness, Bodies, Contexts: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Isabelle Lange & Zoe Norridge, eds. Oxford: Inter-disciplinary Press, 49-56Adelson, Naomi
Discourses of Stress, Social Inequities, and the Everyday Worlds of First Nations Women in a Remote Northern Canadian Community. Ethos 36(3): 316-333.Adelson, Naomi
“Biomedical Approach a Poor Fit with Aboriginal Views on Health and Healing.” Canadian Psychiatry Aujourd’hui. February 2007, Vol 3(1): 10.Adelson, Naomi
“The Embodiment of Inequity: Health Disparities in Aboriginal Canada”. Canadian Journal of Public Health (March-April). Vol 96 (Supplement 2): S45-60.Adelson, Naomi
"La Souffrance Collective: Une Analyse Anthropologique De L’Incarnation D’Injustice." (Trans. Sophie Desjardins) Revue québécoise de psychologie 26(2): 111-127.Adelson, Naomi
“Re-imagining Aboriginality: An Indigenous Peoples’ Response to Social Suffering.” Transcultural Psychiatry 37(1): 11-34.Adelson, Naomi
“Health and the Politics of Cree Well-Being.” Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Health, Illness and Medicine 2(1): 5-22Adelson, Naomi
Alexandrakis, Othon. 2016. “Incidental Activism: Graffiti and Political Possibility in Athens, Greece.” Cultural Anthropology 31(2): 272-296.Alexandrakis, Othon
Alexandrakis, Othon. 2015. "Transformative Connections: Trauma, Cooperative Horizons, and Emerging Political Topographies in Athens, Greece." History and Anthropology 27 (1):32-44.Alexandrakis, Othon
Othon Alexandrakis. 2013. “Neoliberalism and the New Agora: Exploring Survival, Emergence, and Political Subjectivity among Pluralized Subaltern Communities in Athens, Greece.” Anthropological Quarterly. 86(1): 77-106.Alexandrakis, Othon
Posthuman Rights Struggles and Environmentalisms from Below in the Political Ontologies of Colombia and Ecuador (with David J. Jefferson). Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 12 (2): 177-204.Coombe, Rosemary
Transforming the Work of Geographical Indications to Decolonize Racialized Labor and Support Agroecology (with Sajjid Ali Malik). 8 (3) UC Irvine Law Review 363-412 (special issue titled Intellectual Property and Human Rights).Coombe, Rosemary
The Knowledge Economy and its Cultures: Neoliberalism and Latin American Reterritorializations. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 6 (3): 247-75 (special issue symposium titled Language and Political Economy Revisited).Coombe, Rosemary
Marks Indicating Conditions of Production in Rights-based Sustainable Development (with Nicole Aylwin). “Brand New Worlds” special issue. University of California Davis Law Review 47(3): 753-786.Coombe, Rosemary
Bordering Diversity and Desire: Using Intellectual Property to Mark Place-based Products (with Nicole Aylwin). Environment and Planning A: Society and Space43(9): 2027-2042.Coombe, Rosemary
What’s Feminist about Open Access? A Relational Approach to Copyright in the Academy (with Carys Craig and Joseph F. Turcotte). feminists@law: an open access journal of feminist legal scholarship 1(1): ISSN: 2046-9551. (http://journals.kent.ac.uk/index.php/feministsatlaw/issue/current)Coombe, Rosemary
Honing a Critical Cultural Study of Human Rights. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 7 (3): 230-246.Coombe, Rosemary
“Intellectual Property Issues in Heritage Management Part 2: Legal Dimensions, Ethical Considerations, and Collaborative Research Practices,” Journal of Heritage Management (with George Nicholas, Catherine Bell, John Welch, Brian Noble, Jane Anderson, Kelly Bannister, and Joe Watkins). 3: 117-147.Coombe, Rosemary
“The Expanding Purview of Cultural Properties and their Politics.” Annual Review of Law and Social Sciences< 5: 393-412.
• Translated and reprinted as “Der zunehmende Geltungsbereich von Cultural Properties und ihrer Politik.” In: R. Bendix, K. Bizer, S. Groth, eds. Die Konstituierung von Cultural Property: Forschungsperspektiven. University of Göttingen Press, 2010
“Your Second Life? The Performativity of Intellectual Property in Online Games” (with Andrew Herman and Lewis Kaye). Cultural Studies 20 (2&3): 184-210.
• Reprinted in Pramod K. Nayar, ed., The New Media and Cybercultures Reader (Wiley Blackwell, 2010) 441-464.
“Protecting Traditional Environmental Knowledge and New Social Movements in the Americas: Intellectual Property, Human Right or Claims to an Alternative Form of Sustainable Development?” Florida Journal of International Law 17(1): 115-136.Coombe, Rosemary
“Legal Claims to Culture in and Against the Market: Neoliberalism and the Global Proliferation of Meaningful Difference” Law, Culture and Humanities 1(1): 32-55.
Reprinted in Eve Darien-Smith, ed., Ethnography and Law (a volume in the International Library of Essays in Law and Society, Aldershott: Ashgate Publishing, 2007) 95-115.
“The Human Genome Diversity Project: The Politics of Patents at the Intersection of Race, Religion Research Ethics, and Human Rights” (with Bita Amani). 27 Law and Policy 27 (1): 152-188 (Special issue on Law, Technology and Development).
• Reprinted in William Gallagher, ed., Intellectual Property (a volume in the International Library of Essays in Law and Society, Aldershott: Ashgate Publishing, 2007) 479-518.
“Rhetorical Virtues: Property, Speech and the Commons on the world-wide Web” (With Andrew Herman). Anthropology Quarterly 77: 559-574.Coombe, Rosemary
“Fear, Hope, and Longing for the Future of Authorship and a Revitalized Public Domain in Global Regimes of Intellectual Property.” De Paul Law Review 52: 171-1191.Coombe, Rosemary
“The Recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ and Community Traditional Knowledge in International Law.” St. Thomas Law Review 14: 275-285.Coombe, Rosemary
“Culture Wars on the Net: Trademarks, Consumer Politics and Corporate Accountability on the World Wide Web.” South Atlantic Quarterly 100: 919 - 947 (co-authored with Andrew Herman). Special issue on “Culture and the Law” edited by Gaurav Desai.
• Reprinted in William T. Gallagher, ed., Intellectual Property (a volume in the International Library of Essays in Law and Society, Aldershott: Ashgate Publishing, 2007) 579-608.
2000 “Trademarks, Property, and Propriety: The Moral Economy of Consumer Politics and Corporate Accountability on the World Wide Web.” De Paul Law Review 50: 597-632. (coauthored with Andrew Herman)Coombe, Rosemary
1999 “The Law and Late Modern Culture: Reflections on Between Facts and Norms from the Perspective of a Critical Cultural Legal Studies” (with Jonathan Cohen). Symposium Issue on Jurgen Habermas. University of Denver Law Review 76: 1029-1055.Coombe, Rosemary
1998 “Critical Cultural Legal Studies.” Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 10: 463-486.Coombe, Rosemary
1998 “Intellectual Property, Human Rights, and Sovereignty: New Dilemmas in International Law Posed by the Recognition of Indigenous Knowledge and the Conservation of Biodiversity” Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 6 (1): 59-115.Coombe, Rosemary
1997 “En/gendering and Identifying the Forms of Emergent Civil Societies: New Directions in Political Anthropology.” Guest-editor's introduction to a special issue on Civil Society in Postcolonial Contexts. PoLAR: Political & Legal Anthropology Review 20: 1-12.Coombe, Rosemary
1996 “Embodied Trademarks: Mimesis & Alterity on American Commercial Frontiers.” Cultural Anthropology 11(2): 202-224.Coombe, Rosemary
1996 “Authorial Cartographies: Mapping Proprietary Borders in a Less Than Brave New World.” Stanford Law Review 48(5): 1357-1366.Coombe, Rosemary
1996 “Left Out on the Information Highway.” Oregon Law Review 75: 237-247.Coombe, Rosemary
1995 “The Cultural Life of Things: Anthropological Approaches to Law and Society in Conditions of Globalization.” American University Journal of International Law and Policy 10(2): 91-836.
• Reprinted in Alexandra George, ed., Globalisation and Intellectual Property (a volume in the International Library of Essays on Globalization and Law Series. Aldershott: Ashgate Publishing, 2006) 590-610.
• Abbreviated version reprinted in Nicholas Blomley, David Delaney, and Richard T. Ford, eds., The Legal Geographies Reader (Oxford and Malden, MA: Basil Blackwell, 2001) 298-318.
1995 “Marking Difference in American Commerce: Trademarks and Alterity at Century's Ends.” Canadian Journal of Law & Society 10(2): 109-128.
• Reprinted in POLAR: Political & Legal Anthropology Review 19(1): 105-116 (1996).
1994 “X Marks the Spot: The Ambiguities of African Trading in the Commerce of the Black Public Sphere.” Public Culture: Society for Transnational Studies 7 (2): 249-274 (with Paul Stoller).
• Reprinted in The Public Sphere Collective, ed., The Black Public Sphere (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1995) 253-278.
1994 “Challenging Paternity: Histories of Copyright.” Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities 6: 397-422.Coombe, Rosemary
1993 “Tactics of Appropriation and the Politics of Recognition in Late Modern Democracies.” Political Theory: An International Journal of Political Philosophy 21 (3): 411 - 433.Coombe, Rosemary
1993 “The Properties of Culture and the Politics of Possessing Identity: Native Claims in the Cultural Appropriation Controversy.” Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 6 (2): 249 - 285.
• Reprinted in Elspeth Cameron ed., Multiculturalism & Immigration in Canada: An Introductory Reader (Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press, 2004) 133-158.
• Abbreviated version reprinted in Karen Engle and Dan Danielson, eds., After Identity: A Reader in Law and Culture (New York: Routledge, 1995) 251-272.
• Another abbreviation reprinted in Bruce Ziff, ed., Borrowed Power: Issues of Cultural Appropriation (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1997) 75-96.
• Abbreviated in Patty Girstenblith ed., Art, Cultural Heritage and the Law (Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2004) 541-545 and in the Second Edition (2008) 596-99.
1993 “Cultural and Intellectual Property: Occupying the Colonial Imagination.” POLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review 16 (1): 8 - 16.
• Reprinted in P. Drahos, ed., Intellectual Property a volume in the International Library of Essays in Legal Thought and Legal Theory series (Aldershot: Dartmouth Publishing, 1999) 171-180.
1992 “Author/izing the Celebrity: Publicity Rights, Postmodern Politics, and Unauthorized Genders.” Special issue titled “Intellectual Property and the Construction of Authorship.” Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 10: 365 - 395.
• Reprinted in Martha Woodmansee and Peter Jaszi, eds., The Construction of Authorship: Textual Appropriations in Law and Literature (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1994) 101 - 131.
• Reprinted in Peter Yu, ed., The Marketplace of Ideas: Twenty Years of the Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal (New York: Kluwer International, 2002) 236-266.
• Reprinted in W. Gallagher, ed., Intellectual Property (a volume in the International Library of Essays in Law and Society, Ashgate 2007) 519-550.
1992 “The Celebrity Image and Cultural Identity: Publicity Rights and the Subaltern Politics of Gender.” Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media & Culture 14(3): 59 – 88 (1992).
• Reprinted in Toby Miller, ed., The Contemporary Hollywood Reader (Routledge 2009) 453-471.
1992 “Publicity Rights and Political Aspiration: Mass Culture, Gender Identity and Democracy.” New England Law Review 26 (4): 1221-1280 (1992).Coombe, Rosemary
1991 “Beyond Modernity's Meanings: Engaging the Postmodern in Cultural Anthropology.” Culture: Journal of the Canadian Anthropology Society 11(1): 111- 124.Coombe, Rosemary
1991 “Objects of Property and Subjects of Politics: Intellectual Property Laws and Democratic Dialogue.” Texas Law Review 69: 1853 - 1880.
• Reprinted in Dennis Patterson ed., Postmodernism and Law, in The International Library of Essays in Legal Theory (Dartmouth, 1993) 275-302.
• Reprinted in Alan Freeman and Elizabeth Mensch, eds., Essays in Property. Volume II (Dartmouth, 1992) 415-442.
• Abbreviated for inclusion in M. La France, G. Myers, and D. Lange, eds., Intellectual Property (West Publishing, 1997).
1991 “Contesting the Self: Negotiating Subjectivities in Nineteenth Century Ontario Defamation Trials.” Studies in Law, Politics and Society 11: 3-40.Coombe, Rosemary
1991 “Encountering the Postmodern: New Directions in Cultural Anthropology.” Symposium issue titled “Cultural Studies in Canada: Sociological and Anthropological Perspectives” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 28: 188-205.Coombe, Rosemary
1991 “The Potential for an Interdisciplinary Approach to Intellectual Property Scholarship.” Introduction to a special issue of my student’s essays Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Intellectual Property Issues. Intellectual Property Journal 6: 265-269.Coombe, Rosemary
1990 “Barren Ground: Reconceiving Honour and Shame in the Field of Mediterranean Ethnography.” Anthropologica 32: 221-238.Coombe, Rosemary
1989 “Same As It Ever Was: Rethinking the Politics of Legal Interpretation.” McGill Law Journal 34: 603-652.Coombe, Rosemary
1989 “Room for Manoeuver: Toward a Theory of Practice in Critical Legal Studies.” Law & Social Inquiry: Journal of the American Bar Foundation 14(1): 69-121.Coombe, Rosemary
1988 “' The Most Disgusting, Disgraceful and Inequitous Proceeding in our Law': The Action for Breach of Promise of Marriage in Nineteenth Century Ontario.” University of Toronto Law Journal 38: 64-108.Coombe, Rosemary
Davidson, L. (2022). Nourishing the Body, Disenfranchising the Spirit: Convivial Hospitality, Dignity, and Commensality in a Presbyterian Church in Toronto. Anthropologica, 64(2).Davidson, Lisa
2021 “Situating Suburban Ecologies in the Global South:
Notes from India’s periphery.” Eds. Maria Kaika, RogeTait Mandler, Yannis Tzaninis. Moving UPE beyond the city: towards an integrated political ecology of suburbanization (forthcoming)
2022 (forthcoming) “Co-existing Heterogeneity": Urban Frontiers in the Global South.”
Eds. Jennifer Robinson and Patrick LeGales. Routledge Handbook of Comparative Urban Studies.
2021 “The Co-production of Space, Politics and Subjectivities in India’s Urban
Peripheries.” In South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal (SAMAJ) Co-author Loraine Kennedy.
2021 “New Terrain of Agrarian Urban Studies: Limits and Possibilities” Urbanisation. Volume 6:1 Co-author Sai Balakrishnan.Gururani, Shubhra
2021 “Land as an Intermittent Commodity: Ethnographic Insights from India's Urban-
agrarian Frontiers.” Co-author Sarasij Majumder. Urbanisation. Volume 6:1
2019 ““Designed to Fail”: Technopolitics of Sewage in India’s Urban Periphery.” In Critical Perspectives on Suburban Infrastructures: Contemporary International Cases.Edited by Pierre Filion and Nina M. Pulver.Toronto. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.Gururani, Shubhra
2018 “Frontier Urbanism: Urbanisation Beyond Cities in South Asia.” (with
Rajarshi Dasgupta) in Review of Urban Affairs. Economic and Political Weekly.
Volume 53. No. 12
2019 “Cities in a world of villages: Agrarian Urbanism and the making of India’s
urbanizing frontiers,” Urban Geography.
2018 “When Land Becomes Gold: Political Ecology of the Commons in an
urbanizing frontier.” In Land Rights, Biodiversity Conservation and Justice: Rethinking parks and people. Co-Editors: Sharlene Mollett and Thembela Kepe. Pages 107 -125. Routledge. Taylor and Francis Group.
2017 “Designed to Fail”: Technopolitics of Disavowal and Disdain in an Urbanizing
Frontier.” Economic and Political Weekly. Volume 52. August 30.
2015 “Introduction.” Ethnographies of the Political: Honouring Malcolm Blincow. Special Issue of Anthropologica. Volume 57: 1. Co-edited with Karl SchmidGururani, Shubhra
2014 “Shifting Terrains: Questions of Governance in India’s Cities and their Peripheries.” In Suburban Governance. Co-editors, Pierre Hamel and Roger Keil. University of Toronto Press. Toronto. (with Burak Kose)Gururani, Shubhra
2014 "Geographies that Make Resistance”: Remapping the Politics of Gender and Place in Uttarakhand, India," Himalaya, the Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies: Vol. 34: No. 1, Article 12.Gururani, Shubhra
2014 “Cultural Politics of Gendered Identity, Place and Positionality.” Special Section. Himalaya, The Journal of the Association of Nepal and Himalayan Studies. Vol. 34: No. 1 (with Kim Berry)Gururani, Shubhra
2014 “Introduction: New Frontiers of Ecological Knowledge: Co-producing Knowledge and Governance in Asia” Special Issue in Conservation and Society. (with Peter Vandergeest)Gururani, Shubhra
2013 “Flexible Planning: The Making of India’s ‘Millennial City.’” In Ecologies of Urbanism in India. Anne Rademacher and K. Sivaramakrishnan Eds. Hong Kong University PressGururani, Shubhra
2013 “On Capital’s Edge: Gurgaon, India’s Millennial City.” In Suburban Constellations: Governance, Land, Infrastructure in the 21st Century. Ed. Roger Keil. Jovis.Gururani, Shubhra
2012 “Troubled Nature”: Some Reflections on the Changing Nature of the
Millennial City (Gurgaon), India. In The Natural City: Re-Envisioning the Built Environment. Ingrid Stefanovic and Stephen Scharper (Eds.) University of Toronto Press. Toronto.
2002 “2002 “Forests of Pleasure and Pain: Gendered Practices of Labor and Livelihood in the Forests of Kumaon Himalayas, India.” Gender, Place, and Culture. Volume 9, No.3.” Gender, Place, and Culture. Volume 9, No.3.Gururani, Shubhra
2002 “Constructions of Third World Women’s Knowledge in the Development Discourse.” International Social Science Journal. Special Issue on Indigenous Knowledges. No. 173. September.Gururani, Shubhra
2000 “Regimes of Control, Strategies of Access: Practices of Property and Community in Uttarakhand Himalayas, India.” In Agrarian Environments: Resources, Representations, and Rule in India. Arun Agrawal & K. Sivaramakrishnan (Eds.) Duke University Press. Durham, NC.Gururani, Shubhra
1997 “The ‘New Traditionalist’ Discourse of Indian Environmentalism." Journal of Peasant Studies with Subir Sinha and Brian Greenberg. Volume 24, No. 3, April 1997. pp. 65 - 99.Gururani, Shubhra
The Faza Qur'an: Three Nineteenth-Century Illuminated Manuscripts from Coastal East Africa, Journal of Qur'anic Studies, 2022, 24:2, 21-47.
This article concerns three illuminated Qur’an manuscripts that were produced in coastal East Africa in the first half of the nineteenth century. Two of the manuscripts are currently located in collections in Oman and the third is in a collection in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Analysis shows that these manuscripts comprise three parts of a four-part Qur’an that was copied by ʿAbd al-Karīm b. ʿUmar al-Nawfalī (d. 1274/1857) in Faza, a town located on Pate Island in the Lamu archipelago in Kenya. The article describes the three Faza manuscripts and, using colophon evidence and external sources, situates the copyist and the manuscripts in their historical context. The article also provides a summary of the academic study of illuminated Qur’an manuscripts from coastal East Africa to date and provides a list of these manuscripts.Hirji, Zulfikar
2020. “Misoprostol: the life story of a life-saving drug.” Science, Technology & Human Values. (1-26) https://doi.org/10.1177/0162243920916781.MacDonald, Margaret
2019 "The Image World of Maternal Mortality: Visual economies of hope and aspiration in global campaigns to reduce maternal mortality." Humanity. An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism and Development. 10(2):278-285.MacDonald, Margaret
2019. with Gorgui Sene Diallo. “Socio cultural contextual factors of an mhealth application to improve maternal health in Senegal: an ethnographic study looking at contextual factors of a mobile health intervention.” BMC Reproductive Health. 16: 141.MacDonald, Margaret
2018 “The Making of Informed Choice in Ontario Midwifery: A Feminist Experiment in Care.” Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry. 42(2): 278-294.MacDonald, Margaret
2017 “Why ethnography matters in global health.” Journal of Global Health. 7(2): 1-4.MacDonald, Margaret
2016 "The Legacy of Midwifery and the Women’s Health Movement in Contemporary Discourses of Patient Choice and Empowerment in Mainstream Biomedicine." Canadian Journal of Midwifery Research and Practice. 15(1): 43-50MacDonald, Margaret
2011 The cultural evolution of natural birth. The Lancet. 378 (July 30): 394-395.MacDonald, Margaret
2006 “Gender Expectations: Natural Bodies and Natural Births in the New Midwifery in Ontario.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly. 20(2): 235-256.MacDonald, Margaret
2006 Bourgeault, IL, Luce, J, & MacDonald, M. “The caring dilemma in midwifery: balancing the needs of midwives and clients in a continuity of care model of practice.” Community, Work and Family. 9(4): 398-406.MacDonald, Margaret
2001 "The Politics of Representation: Doing and Writing Interested Research on Midwifery." Resources for Feminist Research. 28(1/2): 151-168.MacDonald, Margaret
2009 MacDonald, M and IL Bourgeault. “The Ontario Midwifery Model of Care.” In R Davis-Floyd and L Barclay (eds.). Birth Models that Work. Berkeley: University of California Press. Pp 89-118.MacDonald, Margaret
2001 "Postmodern Negotiations with Medical Technology: The Role of Midwifery Clients in the New Midwifery in Canada." Medical Anthropology. 20: 245-276.MacDonald, Margaret
2022 "Anachronic: Viral Socialities and Project Time among HIV Support Groups in Barbados". Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Online VersionMurray, David A. B.
2021. Opting Out: Aging Gays, HIV/AIDS and the Bio-Politics of Queer Viral Time. Journal of Homosexuality. DOI: 10.1080/00918369.2021.1901503Murray, David A. B.
2021. Redemption songs: women, religion, and the moral politics of HIV in Barbados. Culture and Religion. DOI: 10.1080/14755610.2021.1903956Murray, David A. B.
2020 We Are (A Measurable) Family: Affect and Audit in a Toronto HIV/AIDS Service Organization. Anthropologica 62(1):163–175.Murray, David A. B.
2020 Liberation Nation? Queer Refugees, Homonationalism and the Canadian Necropolitical State. REMHU - Revista Interdisciplinar da Mobilidade Humana v. 28, n. 59.Murray, David A. B.
2020 Pozitively Me: HIV Support Groups, Culture and Individualism in Toronto. Medical Anthropology. 39(8):689-703Murray, David A. B.
2018 Learning to be LGBT: Sexual Orientation Refugees and Linguistic Inequality. Critical Multilingualism Studies 6.1 (2018): pp. 2325-2871Murray, David A. B.
2016 Queer Forms: Producing Documentation in Sexual Orientation Refugee Cases. Anthropological Quarterly 89(2):465–484Murray, David A. B.
2014 Guest Editor, “Queering Borders: Language, Sexuality, and Migration. Special Issue, Journal of Language and Sexuality 3(1). “Preface” and “To Feel the Truth: Discourse and Emotion in Canadian Sexual Orientation Refugee Hearings”. Journal of Language and Sexuality 3(1):1-5, 6-27Murray, David A. B.
2014 The (not so) straight story: Queering migration narratives of sexual orientation and gendered identity refugee claimants. Sexualities 17(4), 451-471Murray, David A. B.
2014 The Challenge of Home for Sexual Orientation and Gendered Identity Refugees in Toronto. Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d'études canadiennes 48 (1), 132-152Murray, David A. B.
2014 Real Queer:" Authentic" LGBT Refugee Claimants and Homonationalism in the Canadian Refugee System. Anthropologica 56 (1), 21-32Murray, David A. B.
2011 "Becoming Queer Here: Integration and Adaptation Experiences of Sexual Minority Refugees in Toronto". Refuge 28(2):127-135 http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/refuge/article/view/36504Murray, David A. B.
2010 “Digisex: Cell-phones, Barbadian Queens and Circuits of Desire in the Gay Caribbean” Anthropologica 52(1):103-112Murray, David A. B.
2009 “Bajan Queens, Nebulous Dreams: Sexual Diversity in Barbados” to Caribbean Review of Gender Studies. Issue #3 (http://sta.uwi.edu/crgs/)Murray, David A. B.
2007 “The Civilized Homosexual: Travel Talk and The Project of Gay Identity”. Sexualities 10(1): 49-60Murray, David A. B.
2006 “East Indies/West Indies: Introduction” (co-written with Tom Boellstorf and Kathryn Robinson) Anthropological Forum 16(3):219-227Murray, David A. B.
2006 “Whose Right? Human Rights, Sexuality and Social Change in Barbados” Journal of Culture, Health and Sexuality 8(3):267-281Murray, David A. B.
2003 “Who is Takatapui? Maori Language, Sexuality and Identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand." Anthropologica, 45:233-244Murray, David A. B.
2002 “Introduction” (co-written with Joel Robbins) and “Queering the Culture Cult” in Social Analysis 46(1):1-3, 80-89.Murray, David A. B.
2000 “Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Power and Powerlessness of Transnational Narratives among Gay Martinican Men” in American Anthropologist 102(2):261-270Murray, David A. B.
2000 “Remapping Carnival: Gender, Sexuality and Power in a Martinican Festival” in Social Analysis 44 (1):103-112Murray, David A. B.
2000 “Introduction” (co-written with Fiona Magowan and Rosita Henry) and “Haka Fracas? The Dialectics of Identity in Discussions of a Contemporary Maori Dance” in The Australian Journal of Anthropology 11(3):14-26Murray, David A. B.
2000 Travesti: Sex, Gender and Culture amongst Brazilian Transgendered Prostitutes (Don Kulick) in The Australian Journal of Anthropology 11(1):116-117Murray, David A. B.
1999 “Laws of Desire? Hegemonic Masculinity in Homosexual and Heterosexual Male Martinican Sexual Narratives” in American Ethnologist 26(1):160-172Murray, David A. B.
1999 “Cultural Scripts of Language and Sexuality in Martinican Theater: The Improvisational Impasse” in Cultural Anthropology 14(1):88-110Murray, David A. B.
1998 “Undressing Crossdressing in Martinique’s Carnival” in Sexualities 1(3):343-354Murray, David A. B.
1998 “Making Haitian Peasants: The Work of Authenticity in Martinican Theatre” in The Australian Journal of Anthropology 9(2):179-193Murray, David A. B.
“Banknotes, Bookkeeping Barter and Cloth Money: Conversions of ‘Special Purpose Money’ in the Cloth and Dammar Trade of Sulawesi, Indonesia, 1860-1905” Economic Anthropology, available in EarlyView 8(2).Schrauwers, Albert
“Colonies of Benevolence: A Carceral Archipelago of Empire in the Greater Netherlands” History and Anthropology 31(3): 352-70.Schrauwers, Albert
“Colonies of Benevolence: A Carceral Archipelago of Empire in the Greater Netherlands” History and Anthropology 31(3): 352-70.Schrauwers, Albert
“The Spirit of the Gift, the Price of Potency: A Maussian Model of the Southeast Asian State of Luwu” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 25(4): 738-59.Schrauwers, Albert
“The Spirit of the Gift, the Price of Potency: A Maussian Model of the Southeast Asian State of Luwu” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 25(4): 738-59.Schrauwers, Albert
“Tilting at Windmills: The Utopian Socialist Roots of the Patriot War, 1838–1839” Labour/Le Travail 79(1): 53-80.Schrauwers, Albert
"Houses of Worship in Sulawesi: Precedence, Hierarchy and Class in the Development of House Ideology" Anthropological Forum 26(4): 333-54.Schrauwers, Albert
“A Genealogy of Corporate Governmentality in the Realm of the ‘Merchant-King’: The Netherlands Trading Company and the Management of Dutch Paupers” Economy & Society 40(3).Schrauwers, Albert
“Policing Production: Corporate Governmentality and the Cultivation System” Focaal: Journal of Historical and Global Anthropology, 2011 (61): 75-90.Schrauwers, Albert
“‘Money bound you – money shall loose you”: Gift Giving, Social Capital and the Meaning of Money in Upper Canada” Comparative Studies in Society and History, 53(2): 1-30.Schrauwers, Albert
“Regenten (‘Gentlemanly’) Capitalism: Saint-Simonian Technocracy and the emergence of the ‘Industrial Great Club’ in the mid-Nineteenth-Century Netherlands” Enterprise and Society 11(3): 1-31.Schrauwers, Albert
“The Gentlemanly Order & the Politics of Production in the Transition to Capitalism in Upper Canada” Labour/ Le Travail 65(1): 9-45.Schrauwers, Albert
“Revolutions without a Revolutionary Moment: Joint Stock Democracy & the Transition to Capitalism in Upper Canada” Canadian Historical Review 89(2): 223-55.Schrauwers, Albert
“H(h)ouses, E(e)states and Class: On the Importance of Capitals in central Sulawesi” Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde. 160 (1): 71-93.Schrauwers, Albert
“An Apartheid of Souls: Religious Rationalization in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia”. Itinerario 27 (3/4): 142-159.Schrauwers, Albert
“The Miser's Store: Property and Traditional Law in the Governance of the Economy.” Journal of Peasant Studies 29(2): 24-46.Schrauwers, Albert
“Sitting in Silence: Self, Emotion and Tradition in the Genesis of a Charismatic Ministry.” Ethos 29 (4): 1-23.Schrauwers, Albert
“The Benevolent Colonies of Johannes van den Bosch: Continuities in the Administration of Poverty in the Netherlands and Indonesia” Comparative Studies in Society and History 43(2): 298-328.Schrauwers, Albert
“Three weddings and a Performance: Marriage, Households and Development in the Highlands of Central Sulawesi”, American Ethnologist 27(4): 1-23.Schrauwers, Albert
Negotiating Parentage: The Political Economy of Kinship in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.” American Ethnologist Vol. 26 (2): 310-23.Schrauwers, Albert
“’Let’s Party’: State Intervention, Discursive Traditionalism and the Labour Process of Highland Rice Cultivators in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.” Journal of Peasant Studies Vol. 25 (3): 112-30.Schrauwers, Albert
“Houses, Hierarchy, Headhunting and Exchange: Rethinking Political Relations in the Southeast Asian Realm of Luwu.” Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde vol. 153 (3): 311-35.Schrauwers, Albert
“The Household and Shared Poverty in the Highlands of Central Sulawesi.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, incorporating Man n.s. vol. 1 (2): 337-57.Schrauwers, Albert
“Commentaries on Premastication: the second arm of infant and young child feeding for health and survival?, Gretel Pelto, Yuanyuan Zhang, and Jean-Pierre Habicht.” Maternal and Child Nutrition 6(1):19-20.Van Esterik, Penelope
“Infant Feeding Experiences of Women who were Sexually Abused in Childhood. (with Karen Wood) Canadian Family Physician, Vol. 55, 136-141.Van Esterik, Penelope
Vintage Breastmilk: Exploring the Discusive Limits of Feminine Fluids. Canadian Theatre Review, 137, Winter.:20-23.Van Esterik, Penelope
“Infant Feeding and the Right to Food.” In The World Food Crisis and the Human Right to Food, launch issue.Van Esterik, Penelope
Anna and the King: Digesting Difference. Southeast Asian Research 14(2):289-307.Van Esterik, Penelope
“Assisiting Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse (CSA) through Breastfeeding”. Information Sheet for the National Network for Environments and Women’s Health (NNEWH)Van Esterik, Penelope
No Free Lunch. Agriculture and Human Values 22: 207-208Van Esterik, Penelope
Flexible Networking in Research Capacity Training at National University of Laos: Lessons for North South Collaboration. (P. Vandergeest, K. Phanvilay, Y. Fujita, J. Fox, P. Hirsch, P. Van Esterik, C. Whitayapak and S. Tyler) Canadian Journal of Development Studies 24(1):119-135.Van Esterik, Penelope
“Towards Healthy Environments for Children: Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about breastfeeding in a contaminated environment”. www.yorku.ca/nnewh/, WHO (translated into French, Spanish, Arabic, Italian).Van Esterik, Penelope
Contemporary Trends in Infant Feeding Research. Annual Review of Anthropology, Volume 31, 257-27Van Esterik, Penelope
"Fabricating National Identity: Textiles in Lao PDR". Museum Anthropology 23(1):47-55.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Right to food; right to feed; right to be fed: the intersection of women's rights and the right to food.” Agriculture and Human Values 16: 225-232.Van Esterik, Penelope
Women and Nurture in Industrial Societies". Proceedings of the Nutrition Society Vol.56, No. 1B: 335- 343.Van Esterik, Penelope
I. de Garine and N. Pollock. "Social Aspects of Obesity." The Communicator. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropology Association.Van Esterik, Penelope
"The Cultural Context of Breastfeeding and Breastfeeding Policy". Food and Nutrition Bulletin Vol. 17, No. 4:422-431.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Chat of Central Thailand." Southeast Asian Women: Strategies for Change. Special Issue. J. Nagata and: J. Salaff, eds. Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science 24(1):120-130.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Care, Caregiving and Caregivers". Food and Nutrition Bulletin Vol. 16, No.4:378-389.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Southeast Asia: A View from the Periphery." Leiden, Netherlands: International Institute of Asian Studies Newsletter, 3:41.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Breastfeeding and Feminism." International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics 47(Supplement):41-54.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Introducing Thailand." American Museum of Natural History. Faces 11(2):4-8.Van Esterik, Penelope
"From Marco Polo to McDonalds: Thai Cuisine in Transition." Food and Foodways 5(2):177-193.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Perspectives on Food Systems." Reviews in Anthropology 20:69-78.Van Esterik, Penelope
In Bogota: Breastfeeding vs. the Bottle" (with M.A. Castle). Class May 1991. pp.56-57.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Introduction: Techniques of Healing in Southeast Asia" (with C. Laderman). Social Science and Medicine 27(8):747-750.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Infant Feeding in Urban Kenya: A Pattern of Early Triple Nipple Feeding" (with M.C. Latham, T.C. Elliot, J. Kekovole, V.H.Laukaran). Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 32:276-280.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Infant Feeding Style in Urban Kenya" (with T. Elliot). Ecology of Food and Nutrition 18(3):183-195.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Feeding Their Faith: Recipe Knowledge Among Thai Buddhist Women." Food and Foodways 1(1):198-215.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Beer Consumption and Third World Nutrition" (with J. Greer). Food Policy 10(1):11-13.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Continuities and Transformations in Southeast Asian Symbolism: A Case Study from Thailand." Bijdragen 140(1):77-92.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Rice and Milk in Thai Buddhism: Symbolism and Social Values of Basic Food Substances." Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 2(1):46-58.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Celebrating Ethnicity: Ethnic Flavor in an Urban Festival." Ethnic Groups 4(4):207-227.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Interpreting a Cosmology: Guardian Spirits in Thai Buddhism." Anthropos 77:1-15.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Breastfeeding and Women's Work: Constraints and Opportunities" (with T. Greiner). Studies in Family Planning 12(4):182-195.Van Esterik, Penelope
"The Insufficient Milk Syndrome: An Alternate Explanation" (with T. Greiner and M.C. Latham). Medical Anthropology 5(2):233-248.Van Esterik, Penelope
"In-home Sponsorship for Southeast Asian Refugees." Journal of Refugee Resettlement 21(2):18-26.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Ban Chiang Painted Pottery." Studio Potter 14(1):2-5.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Sweetened Condensed Soma: Dietary Innovation in Southeast Asia." Filipinas: A Journal of Philippine Studies 1(10):96-104. Abstracted in Nutritional Planning, May 1980.)Van Esterik, Penelope
"An Interpretation of Ban Chiang Rollers: Experiment and Speculation" (with N. Kress). Asian Perspectives 21(1):52-58.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Royal Style in Village Context: Translation and Interpretation of a Thai Tonsure Text" (with J. Van Esterik). Journal of Asian Folklore Studies 39(1):63-78.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Symmetry and Symbolism in Ban Chiang Painted Pottery." Journal of Anthropological Research 35(4):495-508.Van Esterik, Penelope
"A Preliminary Analysis of Ban Chiang Pottery, Northeast Thailand." Asian Perspectives 16(2):174-194.Van Esterik, Penelope
"Thai Tonsure Ceremonies: A Reinterpretation of Brahmanic Ritual in Thailand." Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society 4(2):79-121.Van Esterik, Penelope
Widmer, Alexandra. 2021. "Locating low-protein life: post-war colonial nutrition science, subsistence metabolisms and food cultures in the South-Western Pacific Islands," Food, Culture and Society.Widmer, Sandra
The Order of the Magic Lantern Slides Stories, Colonial Medicine, and PowerWidmer, Sandra
“The Imbalanced Sex-Ratio and the High Bride Price: Watermarks of Race in Demography and the Colonial Regulation of Reproduction” Special Issue, “Technologies of Belonging: Biology, Race and Ethnicity in Europe”, Amade M'charek, Katharina Schramm and David Skinner, eds. Science, Technology and Human Values 39(4): 538-560.Widmer, Sandra
“Making Blood ‘Melanesian’: Fieldwork and Isolating Techniques in Genetic Epidemiology (1963–1976)” Special Issue, “Making Human Heredity: Populations, Life Sciences and Public Health in the Post-War Era”, Jenny Bangham and Soraya de Chadarevian, eds. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 47(Part A): 118-129.Widmer, Sandra
“Of Temporal Politics and Demographic Anxieties: ‘Young Mothers’ in Demographic Predictions and Social Life in Vanuatu” Anthropologica 55(2): 317-328.Widmer, Sandra
“Diversity as Valued and Troubled: Social Identities and Demographic Categories in understandings of Rapid Urban Growth in Vanuatu” Special Issue “Medical Crises, Diversification and Mainstreaming”, David Parkin, Kristine Krause and Gabriele Alex, eds. Anthropology and Medicine 20(2): 142-159.Widmer, Sandra
“From Research Encounters to Metropolitan Debates: The Making and Meaning of the Melanesian ‘Race’ during Demographic Decline”. Paideuma: Mitteilungen zur Kulturkunde 58: 69-93Widmer, Sandra
“Native Medical Practitioners, Temporality and Nascent Biomedical Citizenship in the New Hebrides”. Political and Legal Anthropology Review 30(s1): 57-80.Widmer, Sandra
“The Effects of Elusive Knowledge: Census, Health Laws and Inconsistently Modern Subjects in Early Colonial Vanuatu”. Journal of Legal Anthropology 1(1): 92-116.Widmer, Sandra
“Between Two Wars: Generational Responses of Croats to Homeland Independence”. Diaspora: Journal of Transnational Studies. Special issue 18:2/3Winland, Daphne
“Why We Come Back to Diasporas: Heterogeneous Groups and the Persistent Dream of Political Action” Diaspora: Journal of Transnational Studies (1/2):254-64Winland, Daphne
2006 “Ten Years Later: the Changing Nature of Transnational Ties in post-Independence Croatia” Ethnopolitics 5(3):295-307.Winland, Daphne
2006 “Revisiting a Case Study of Hmong Refugees and Ontario Mennonites” Journal of Mennonite Studies, 24:169-176.Winland, Daphne
2002 “The Politics of Desire and Disdain: Croatian Identity Between 'Home' and 'Homeland'”. American Ethnologist 29(3): 693-718.Winland, Daphne
2000 “Vision Impaired: The Cultural Politics of Everyday Life in Croatia” Anthropology of East Europe Review 18(2): 31-37.Winland, Daphne
1998b “Croatians ‘Here’ and ‘There’: Diaspora and the Politics of Desire”). Revija za Sociologiju, 29(1): 49-59.Winland, Daphne
1998a “’Our Home and Native Land?’ Canadian Ethnic Scholarship and the Challenge of Transnationalism” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 35(4): 521-543.Winland, Daphne
1995 “We Are Now an Actual Nation”: The Impact of National Independence on the Croatian Diaspora in Canada”, Diaspora, 4(1): 3-30.Winland, Daphne
1994 “Conversion and Community: Hmong Refugee Women and Christianity” Canadian Journal of Sociology, 19(1): 21-45.Winland, Daphne
1993 “The Quest for Mennonite Peoplehood: Ethno-religious Identity and the Dilemma of Definitions”, Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 30(1): 110-138.Winland, Daphne
1992 “Native Scholarship: the Enigma of Self-Definition among Jewish and Mennonite Scholars” Journal of Historical Sociology, 5(4): 431-461.Winland, Daphne
1992 “The Role of Religious Affiliation in Refugee Resettlement: the Case of Hmong Mennonites” Canadian Ethnic Studies, 24(1): 96-119.Winland, Daphne
1987 “Women and Religion: Mennonite Hmong”, Refuge 6(3): 3-6.Winland, Daphne