Publications

 

  • Bofill, S. (forthcoming, 2018), “Changing moralities: rethinking elderly care in Spain”, The Australian Journal of Anthropology. Special Issue: Moralities of Care in Later Life: Autonomy, Reliance and Resistance.
  • Bofill, S. (accepted, 2018), “Crisis of care, migrant women and social reproduction in Spain: conflicts of law and economic crisis”, Journal of Irish Anthropology.
  • Bofill, S. (2017) “Otro trabajo del hogar es posible: procesos de lucha por el reconocimiento y dignificación de los cuidados en tiempos de crisis”, Quaderns-e, ICA 22 (2) pp. 133-149.

 

  • Lafazani, Olga (2015) “Encountering the ‘Stranger’. Migration, Borders, Urban Space”. In Urban Conflicts, Collective Volume, Thessaloniki: Aristoteleion Univesrity [In Greek], pp.332-341
  • 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

 

 

  • Matos, P. (2018), “Precarity, gender capital, and structures of (dis) empowerment in the neoliberal service economy” in Megha Amrith and Nina Sahraoui (eds), Gender, Work and Migration: Agency in Gendered Labour Settings, London: Routledge
  • Matos, P. (monograph contract signed in October 2017) Disciplined Agency. Precarity and Dispossession in the Neoliberal Service Economy. Manchester University Press
  • Matos, Patrícia (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.

 

  • Narotzky, S. (forthcoming) “Populism’s claims: The struggle between privilege and equality” in Bruce Kapferer & Dimitrios Theodossopoulos (eds.) The Empire strikes back: populism, essentialism, and the world order, Oxford: Berghahn
  • Narotzky, S. (forthcoming) “Austerity lives in Southern Europe: Experience, knowledge, evidence and social facts”, in Jillian Cavanaugh & Karen Ho (eds.) Vital Forum: What happened to social facts? American Anthropologist

  • Homs, P. & Narotzky, S. (forthcoming) “Within and beyond the market system. A case of organic food cooperatives in Catalonia”. In Krista Harper & Valeria Siniscalchi (eds) Food Values in Europe: Economies, Ideologies, and Power in Practice. London: Bloomsbury
  • Besnier, N. & Narotzky, S. (2019) “Epilogue. Indeterminacy : Between Worth and Worthlessness” in Catherine Alexander and Andrew Sanchez (eds.) Waste, Value, and the Imagination. Oxford: Berghahn, pp.181-193

  • Narotzky, S. (2018) “Rethinking the concept of labour”, Special Issue on Labour, Penny Harvey and Christian Krohn-Hansen (eds), Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Vol.24 (S1):29-43
  • Narotzky, S. (2017) “Librando la batalla por la ideología: contra la hegemonía de la forma” in Palenzuela, P. (ed) Antropología y compromiso, Barcelona: Icaria. [Spanish translation of “On Waging the Ideological War: Against the Hegemony of Form” Anthropological Theory, Vol. 16(2-3): 263-284]
  • Narotzky, S. and Goddard, V. (Eds.) (2017) Work and Livelihoods – History, Ethnography and Models in Times of Crisis, New York: Routledge, Society for the Anthropology of Work book prize 2017
  • Narotzky, S. (2015) “The Payoff of Love and the Traffic of Favours: Reciprocity, Social Capital, and the Blurring of Value Realms in Flexible Capitalism” in Kjaerulff, Jens (Ed.) Flexible Capitalism. Exchange and Ambiguity at Work, Oxford: Berghahn Books, pp.268-31
  • Narotzky, S. (2013) “Moral outrage and political mobilization: reactions to austerity measures and the economic crisis”, Suomen Antropologi, Vol. 38 (4): 43-47

 

  • Palomera, J. (2018, forthcoming) “Austerity Wars. The crisis of financialization and the struggle for democracy”. In Rakopoulos T. (Ed.) Austerity: the view from anthropology. New York: Berghahn Books.
  • Palomera, J (submitted) “Right-wing Populism and the crisis of the middle class ideology in the Spanish Red Belt”. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.
  • Palomera, J. & Vetta, Th (2016) “Moral economy: Rethinking a radical concept”, Anthropological Theory Vol.16(4): 413 – 432.
  • Palomera, J. & Vetta, Th. (eds.) (2016) Special Issue: Moral Economy in Crisis. Anthropological Theory. 16(4).

 

  • Pusceddu, A.M. (Submitted, under review), “The moral economy of charity: Advice and redistribution in the Italian Caritas welfare bureaucracy”, in The state of the welfare state: advice, governance and care in settings of austerity, special issue edited by Deborah James and Insa Koch,  Ethnos. Journal of Anthropology.
  • Pusceddu, A.M. (2017), «Antropologia del lavoro e della crisi in Italia e altrove», Anuac. journal of the Italian society for cultural anthropology, 6: 2, pp. 289-298 Pusceddu, A.M. [Review essay]. (2017) «To work or not to work: In/formalization practices in the Italian public sector», In/formalization, forum edited by Alan Smart, Josephine Smart, Filippo M. Zerilli, Anuac. journal of the Italian society for cultural anthropology, 6: 2, pp. 85-89
  • Pusceddu, A.M. [Review essay]. (2017) «To work or not to work: In/formalization practices in the Italian public sector», In/formalization, forum edited by Alan Smart, Josephine Smart, Filippo M. Zerilli, Anuac. journal of the Italian society for cultural anthropology, 6: 2, pp. 85-89

 

  • Sarkis Fernández, D. (submitted) “Between subsidiarization and taxation: (unemployed) daily workers in Velez-Málaga (Spain)”, in Arqueros, F. & Matos, P. Unemployment in the Age of Austerity: Livelihoods, ideology and politics, Berghahn Books: New York
  • Sarkis Fernández, D., Homs, P., Alquézar, R. And Morelló, N. (2018) “Cooperative practices: survival strategies, ‘alternative’ movements or capitalism reembedding?” in Simonic, P. (ed.) Reciprocity in Times of Crisis, Zupanic’s Collection, Ljubljana : University of Ljubljana Press
  • Sarkis Fernández, D. (2018) “‘Muerta a trabajar’: Consideraciones feministas sobre la crisis (de la reproducción social) en Vélez-Málaga (España)”, Revista Andaluza de Antropología, n.14, online
  • Sarkis Fernández, D., Homs, P., Alquézar, R. and Morelló, N. (forthcoming 2016) “Cooperative practices: survival strategies, “alternative” movements or capitalism reembedding?”, in P.Simonic (ed.) Reciprocity in Times of Crisis , Zupanic’s Collection, University of Lubijana Press, Lubijana

 

  • Vetta, Theodora (Nov 2018) Democracy Struggles: NGOs and the Politics of Aid in Serbia. New York: Berghahn Books
  • Vetta, Theodora (Submitted) “Households in Trial: Over-indebtedness, state and moral struggles in Greece”. American Ethnologist
  • Vetta, Theodora (2017) The Habits of the Heart: Grassroots “Revitalization” and State Transformations in Serbia. In Lashaw, A., Sampson, S., and Vannier, C. (eds.) Cultures of Doing Good: Anthropologists and NGOs. University of Alabama Press
  • Vetta, Theodora & Jaime Palomera (eds). Accepted (March 2016). Editors of special issue Moral Economy in Crisis. Anthropological Theory
  • Vetta, Theodora & Jaime Palomera. Accepted. “The Radical Foundations of Moral Economy”. Special Issue: Moral Economy in Crisis. Anthropological Theory
  • Vetta, Theodora (2016) “The Habits of the Heart: Grassroots “Revitalization” and State Transformations in Serbia”. In Lashaw, A., Sampson, S., and Vannier, C. (eds.) Cultures of Doing Good: Anthropologists and NGOs. University of Alabama Press.