Anthropology at Work
Jakob Krause-Jensen, Aarhus University
Emil André Røyrvik, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Ann Jordan, University of North Texas
Michael Blim, City University of New York, Graduate Center
James Carrier, University of Indiana
Brian Moeran, University of Hong Kong
Halvard Vike, University of South-Eastern Norway
Marina Welker, Cornell University
We dedicate much of our lives to work, and work defines both people and their relationships to a great extent. The social and cultural processes of work require investigation, not least in our time of globalization and crises in capitalism. The series offers ethnography-based, anthropological analyses of work in its diverse contexts and manifestations.
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Working the Fabric
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The Moral Work of Anthropology
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Management and Morality
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