E.P. Thompson in the journal Focaal

The latest issue of Focaal – Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology has recently been published. This issue features a special theme section on E.P. Thompson and the anthropology of twenty-first century capitalism.

Current Issue, Focaal 73:

E.P. Thompson and the anthropology of twenty-first-century capitalism
Kathleen M. Millar

Introduction: Reading twenty-first-century capitalism through the lens of E. P. Thompson
Kathleen M. Millar

Up in smoke? The making and unmaking of a rural moral economy
Sara Keene

The tempo of wageless work: E. P. Thompson’s time-sense at the edges of Rio de Janeiro
Kathleen M. Millar

American dreams and Brazilian racial democracy: The making of race and class in Brazil and the United States
Sean T. Mitchell

Uneven development in the Papua New Guinea highlands: Mining, corporate social responsibility, and the “life market”
Jerry K. Jacka

The problem with “transparency”: Moral contests and ethical possibilities in mining impact reporting
Sally Babidge

“The state has replaced the man”: Women, family homes, and the benefit system on a council estate in England
Insa Koch

FORUM (Free access)
Local legacies of the GULag in Siberia: Anthropological reflections
Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer

Global privatized power: Heritage politics and private military contractors in Iraq
Maria Theresia Starzmann

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View Focaal (Issue 57) here: www.journals.berghahnbooks.com/focaal/index.php?pg=sample

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