2022 ‘The Anthropology of Post-Socialism’. Critique of Anthropology, (special edition co-edited with Anselma Gallinat), Vol: 42 (2).
2021 Explorations in Economic Anthropology. Key Issues and Critical Reflections, co-edited with Kirsten Endres, New York: Berghahn.
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:
2022 ‘Extending the Reach of ‘Post-Socialism’: A Commentary’, Critique of Anthropology, Vol: 42(2): 209-218.
2021 ‘‘‘The Market is Far Away’’. Global Connections and Economic Remoteness in Rural Ukraine’, Europe-Asia Studies, Vol: 73(3): 451-471.
2018 ‘Religion, Customs and Local Identity: Bi-spirituality in Rural Ukraine’, Religion, State and Society, vol: 46(2): 139-155.
2018 ‘Resources and their re/valuation in times of political-economic reform’. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers, No. 189. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.
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:
2021 ‘Property, Resources and Gauging Social Change’ in Explorations of Economic Anthropology. Key Issues and Critical Reflections, (eds) D. Kaneff and K. Endres, New York: Berghahn, pp.169-181.
2021 with K. Endres ‘Introduction. Chris Hann and the anthropological study of economic life’ in Explorations of Economic Anthropology, Key Issues and Critical Reflections, (eds) D. Kaneff and K. Endres, New York: Berghahn, pp. 1-18.
2019 ‘Neoliberal spaces of immorality: the creation of a Bulgarian land market and ‘‘land-grabbing’’ foreign investors’, in Everyday life in the Balkans, (ed) D.W.Montgomery, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 155-167.
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.
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