Project Publications

ANNELIN ERIKSEN

Eriksen, Annelin. 2014. ‘A Sinful Past and a Prosperous Future in Vanuatu. A Comparison of Different Conceptions of Self and Healing’. In Rollason, Will (ed.). Pacific Futures: Projects, Politics, and Interests. Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books.

Eriksen, Annelin. 2014. ‘Sarah‚Äôs Sinfulness Egalitarianism, Denied Difference, and Gender in Pentecostal Christianity’, Current Anthropology 55 S10:¬†S262-S270.

Eriksen, Annelin. 2013. ‘Christian Politics in Vanuatu: Lay Priests and New State Forms’. In Tomlinson, Matt, and Debra McDougall (eds).¬†Christian Politics in Oceania. Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books.

Eriksen, Annelin and Ruy Blanes. 2013.¬†‘What Kind of God?’. Comment on Tanya Luhrmann, When God Talks Back.¬†HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory¬†3 (3): 375-380.

 

MICHELLE MACCARTHY

MacCarthy, Michelle. 2014. ”Like Playing a Game Where You Don’t Know the Rules‚Äô: Investing Meaning in Intercultural Cash Transactions Between Tourists and Trobriand Islanders’, Ethos: Journal of Anthropology 80 (4): 448-471.

 

RUY BLANES

Blanes, Ruy. 2015. ‘Being Godless: Ethnographies of Atheism and Non-Religion’, Special Issue edited with Galina Oustinova-Stjepanovic for Social Analysis 59 (2).

Blanes, Ruy. 2014, A Prophetic Trajectory. Ideologies of Time and Space in an Angolan Religious Movement. Oxford & New York: Berghahn.

Blanes, Ruy. 2014. ‘The Possessed Body. Anthropologies of Corporeality in Religious Contexts’. In¬†Alexander Darius Ornella,¬†Stefanie Knauss &¬†Anna-Katharina Hopflinger (eds),¬†Commun(icat)ing Bodies.¬†Body as a Medium in Religious Symbol Systems.¬†Z√ľrich: TVZ, 235-255.

2013, ‘Extraordinary Times. Charismatic Repertoires in Contemporary African Prophetism’¬†In Lindholm, Charles (ed.).¬†Ecstasies and Institutions. The Anthropology of Religious Charisma. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 147-168.

 


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