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The Familiar Strange , May 9th, 2021
In late April of this year, it was announced that twelve of the wealthiest and best supported teams from across Europe would be competing in a new competition…
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focaal_admin , February 9th, 2021
The authors of The Anthropological Career in Europe (Fotta, Ivancheva and Pernes 2020) have made visible the inequality and hierarchy that has become increasingly normalized in higher education…
Larisa Kurtović , February 13th, 2018
In Health and Wealth on the Bosnian Market: An Intimate Debt, Larisa Jašarević explores the mutual entanglement between the economy, living body and the good life in…
Focaal Web Editor , April 20th, 2015
Podemos is hailed by many as the only hope in a Spanish landscape devastated by austerity. In the elections to the European parliament (2014), Podemos received 7.97 percent…
Erin B Taylor , May 24th, 2014
The concept of moral economy is a natural fit to analyses of material culture. In this working paper, I show how the concept has applications to all three research projects…
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