2011 Global Connections and Emerging Inequalities in Europe. Perspectives on Poverty and Transnational Migration, coedited with F. Pine, London: Anthem Press.
2006 ‘State borders and local boundaries: the case of Bessarabia (Moldova and Ukraine)’, Anthropology of East European Review, special edition, co-editor Monica Heintz. Vol: 24, Issue:1.
2004 Who Owns the Past? The Politics of Time in a 'Model' Bulgarian Village, Oxford: Berghahn.
2004 Memory, Politics and Religion: the past meets the present in Europe, co-edited with F. Pine and H. Haukanes, Halle studies in the anthropology of Eurasia No.4. Münster: Lit Verlag.
2004 ‘Owning Culture’, Focaal, European Journal of Anthropology, special section editor, no. 44.
2002 Post-Socialist Peasant? Rural and Urban Constructions of Identity in Eastern Europe, East Asia and the Former Soviet Union, co-edited with P. Leonard. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave.
Selected Journal Publications:
2013 ‘Privatizing the Borders. Human rights and the British visa regime’, Anthropology Today, Vol: 29(2): 8-12.
2011 ‘Generations, unemployment and exclusion in urban Bulgaria’, Naselenie, Vol: 12:121-134.
2008 'Market activity and EU expansion: British involvement in the Bulgarian property market', Slovak Sociological Review, Vol 40(6), pp 530-547.
2006 ‘Holiday location or agricultural village? British property owners in rural Bulgaria’ in Eastern European Countryside, Vol 12, pp 79-92.
2006 ‘Introduction: Bessarabian Borderlands: one region, two states, multiple ethnicities’, in Anthropology of East European Review, co-authored with M Heintz, Vol 24/1, pp 6-16.
2004 ‘Introduction: Owning Culture’, co-authored with A King, in Owning Culture, Focaal, European Journal of Anthropology, no 44, pp 3-19.
2002 ‘Why People Don’t Die ‘‘Naturally’’ Anymore’: Changing Relations Between ‘the Individual’ and ‘the State’ in Post-Socialist Bulgaria, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Vol 8, no 1 (March): pp 89-105
Selected Book Chapters:
in press, ‘Neoliberal property markets and spaces of immorality’, in Everyday life in the Balkans, eds. D.W.Montgomery and A. Konitzer, Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
2017, ‘Economies of Favour amongst Local Elite: comparing a case from rural Bulgaria and rural Ukraine’, in Economies of Favour after Socialism: a comparative perspective, (eds) N. Makovicky and D. Henig, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2013 ‘Rural-Urban Relations in a Global Age’ in Global Villages. Rural and Urban Transformations in Contemporary Bulgaria, (ed) G. Duijzings, London: Anthem Press.
2011 ‘Emerging Inequalities in Europe: Poverty and Transnational Migration’, coauthored with F. Pine, in Global Connections and Emerging Inequalities in Europe. Perspectives on Poverty and Transnational Migration, coedited with F. Pine, London: Anthem Press, pp. 1-36.
2009 ‘Property and Transnational Neoliberalism: the case of British migration to Bulgaria’, in Accession and Migration. Changing policy, society and culture in an enlarged Europe, (eds.) J. Eade and Y. Valkanova, Surrey: Ashgate, pp. 59-74.
2002 ‘The Shame and Pride of Market Activity: Morality, Identity and Trading in Post-
Socialist Rural Bulgaria’, Markets and Moralities: Ethnographies of Postsocialism, (eds), C. Humphrey and R. Mandel, Oxford: Berg.
1998 ‘When ‘‘Land’’ Becomes ‘‘Territory’’: Land Privatisation and Ethnicity in Rural
Bulgaria’ in Surviving Post-Socialism: Gender, Ethnicity and Underclass in Eastern Europe and the Former USSR, (eds), S. Bridger and F. Pine, London: Routledge.