Narotzky, S. (ed.) (2020) Grassroots Economies: Living with Austerity in Southern Europe, London: Pluto Press
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Matos, P. (2020) Disciplined Agency. Neoliberal precarity, generational dispossession and call centre labour in Portugal
Matos, P. (2020) Disciplined Agency. Neoliberal precarity, generational dispossession and call centre labour in Portugal. Manchester: Manchester University Press, ISBN: 978-1-5261-3498-1
Susana Narotzky – Ch.4 Populism’s Claims: The Struggle between Privilege and Equality
Matos, P. (2016) “Gender commodification and precarity in Portuguese call centres: the (re)production of inequality” in Déjà Lu by World Council Anthropological Associations, 4. Invited reprint by the editorial board of Etnográfica. Article selected to represent the journal in 2014.
Loperfido, Giacomo (2014) “‘Neither left nor right’: Crisis, wane of politics, and the struggles for sovereignty,” FocaalBlog, November 7.
Lafazani, Olga, and Georgios Maniatis (2014) Krise, Migration, Rassismus und antirassistische Kämpfe in Griechenland nach den Memoranden. In Grenzregime II. Migration – Kontrolle – Wissen. Transnationale Perspektiven. S. Hess, L.-M. Heimeshoff, S. Kron, H. Schwenken, and M. Trzeciak, eds. Germany: Assoziation A. Lafazani Olga [In German], pp.112-128
Lafazani, Olga (2015) “Encountering the ‘Stranger’. Migration, Borders, Urban Space”. In Urban Conflicts, Collective Volume, Thessaloniki: Aristoteleion Univesrity [In Greek], pp.332-341 Urban Conflicts WordPress
Vetta, Theodora, and Anastatsios Grigorakis. 2015. “Promising the meta-austerity era: Directions and dilemmas“, FocaalBlog, 27 January 2015.
Industry and Work in Contemporary Capitalism. Global Models, Local Lives? Edited by Victoria Goddard, Susana Narotzky Routledge, 2015 – 196 pages Throughout history and in every geographical location, the rise and fall of industry, which impact the fate of large populations, are tied to the development and cultural entanglement of particular models that are articulated(…)
Current Anthropology Volume 55 Supplement 9 August 2014 Crisis, Value, and Hope: Rethinking the Economy Open access (PDF)