Selected Bibliography of Interest Group Members

Selected Bibliography of Interest Group Members

Baars, Grietje, and Andre Spicer. 2017. The Corporation A Critical, Multi-Disciplinary Handbook. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Baba, Marietta L., Julia Gluesing, Hilary Ratner, and Kimberly H. Wagner. 2004. “The contexts of knowing: Natural history of a globally distributed team.” Journal of Organizational Behavior 25(5):547-587.

Bashkow, Ira. 2012. An Anthropological Theory of the Corporation. Prickly Paradigm Press.

Batteau, Allen W., and Carolyn E. Psenka. 2012. “Horizons of Business Anthropology in a World of Flexible Accumulation.” Journal of Business Anthropology 1(1):72-90.

Batteau, Allen W. 2011. “Creating a Culture of Enterprise Cybersecurity.” International Journal of Business Anthropology 2(2):36–48.

Batteau, Allen W. 2000. “Negations and Ambiguities in the Cultures of Organization.” American Anthropologist 102(4):726-740.

Benson, Peter. 2012. Tobacco Capitalism: Growers, Migrant Workers, and the Changing Face of Global Industry. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Benson, Peter. 2010. Tobacco Talk: Reflections on Corporate Power and the Legal Framing of Consumption. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 24(4):500-521.

Benson, Peter. 2010. Giants in the Fields: Agribusiness and Farm Labor Politics in the United States. Anthropology of Work Review 31(2):54-70.

Benson, Peter, and Stuart Kirsch. 2010. “Capitalism and the Politics of Resignation.” Current Anthropology 51(4):459-86.

Benson, Peter, and Stuart Kirsch. 2010. “Corporate Oxymorons.” Dialectical Anthropology 34(1):45-48.

Cattelino, Jessica R. 2011. “”One Hamburger at a Time”: Revisiting the State-Society Divide with the Seminole Tribe of Florida and Hard Rock international: with CA comments by Thabo Mokgatlha and Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi.” Current Anthropology 52 (S3): S137-S49.

Coumans, Catherine. 2011. “Occupying Spaces Created by Conflict: Anthropologists, Development NGOs, Responsible Investment, and Mining: with CA comment by Stuart Kirsch.” Current Anthropology 52(S3):S29-S43.

Cross, Jamie. 2011. “Detachment as a corporate ethic: Materializing CSR in the diamond supply chain.” Focaal 60:34-46.

Cross, Jamie. 2010. “Neoliberalism as unexceptional: Economic zones and the everyday precariousness of working life in South India.” Critique of Anthropology 30(4):355-373.

Czeglédy, André. 2002. “Manufacturing the New Consumerism: Fast-Food Restaurants in Postsocialist Hungary.” In Markets and Moralities: Ethnographies of Postoscialism. Ruth Mandel and Caroline Humphrey, eds. New York: Berg.

Child, John, and André P. Czeglédy. 1996. “Managerial Learning in the Transformation of Eastern Europe: Some Key Issues.” Organization Studies 17(2):167–179.

Czeglédy, André P. 1996. “New Directions for Organizational Learning in Eastern Europe.” Organization Studies 17(2):327–341.

De Neve, Geert. 2012. “Fordism, Flexible Specialisation and CSR: How Indian Garment Workers Critique Neoliberal Labour Regimes.” Ethnography 15(2):184-207.

De Neve, Geert. 2008. Hidden Hands in the Market: Ethnographies of Fair Trade, Ethical Consumption, and Corporate Social Responsibility. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Dolan, Catherine S. 2007. “Market Affections: Moral Encounters with Kenyan Fairtrade Flowers.” Ethnos 72(2):239-61.

Dolan, Catherine, and Dinah Rajak. 2011. “Introduction: Ethnographies of corporate ethicizing.” Focaal 60:3-8.

Ehrensal, Ken. 2001. “Training Capitalism’s Foot Soldiers: The Hidden Curriculum in Undergraduate Business Programs,” in The Hidden Curriculum in Higher Education. Eric Margolis, editor. NY: Routledge.

Ehrensal, Ken. 1995. “Discourses of Global Competition: Obscuring the Changing Labor Process of White Collar Work”, Journal of Organizational Change Management 8(5).

Ehrensal, Ken. 1990/1991. “Have We Overplayed Organizational Culture?” Anthropology of Work Review XI(4).

Foster, Robert J. 2010. “Corporate oxymorons and the anthropology of corporations.” Dialectical Anthropology 34(1):95-102.

Foster, Robert J. 2008. Coca-Globalization: Following Soft Drinks from New York to New Guinea. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Foster, Robert J. 2008. “Commodities, brands, love and kula: Comparative notes on value creation In honor of Nancy Munn.” Anthropological Theory 8(1):9-25.

Foster, Robert J. 2007. “The work of the new economy: Consumers, brands, and value creation.” Cultural Anthropology 22(4):707-731.

Foster, Robert J. 2006. “Tracking Globalization: Commodities and Value in Motion.” In Handbook of Material Culture, edited by Christopher Tilley, Webb Keane, Susanne Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands and Patricia Spyer, 285-302. Sage.

Foster, Robert J. 2005. “Commodity futures: Labour, love and value.” Anthropology Today 21(4):8-12.

Gaggiotti, Hugo. 2012. “The rhetoric of synergy in a global corporation: Visual and oral narratives of mimesis and similarity.” Journal of Organizational Change Management 25(2):265-282.

Gaggiotti, Hugo. 2010. “Official chronicles of corporate globalization and unofficial stories of international mobility: Resisting patronage of meaning?.” Journal of Organizational Change Management 23(2):157-165.

Gluesing, Julia C. 2008. “Identity in a virtual world: the coevolution of technology, work, and lifecycle.” NAPA Bulletin 30(1):70-88.

Gluesing, Julia C. 1998. “Building connections and balancing power in global teams: toward a reconceptualization of culture as composite.” Anthropology of Work Review 18(2‐3):18-30.

Gordon, Gwendolyn. 2014., History and the Anthropology of Firms: A Legal Perspective, Journal of Business Anthropology, 3 (1):43-50.

Grandia, Liza. 2012. Enclosed: Conservation, Cattle, and Commerce among the Q’eqchi’ Maya Lowlanders. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Hardin, Rebecca. 2011. “Concessionary Politics: Property, Patronage, and Political Rivalry in Central African Forest Management: with CA comment by Serge Bahuchet.” Current Anthropology 52(S3):S113-S125.

Jordan, Ann T. 2010. “The Importance of Business Anthropology: Its Unique Contributions.” International Journal of Business Anthropology 1(1):15-25.

Jordan, Ann T. 2003. Business Anthropology. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Jordan, Ann T. 2003. “Ethical concerns.” In Business anthropology, 54-62. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Jordan, Ann T. 2003. “Techniques for conducting fieldwork for business organizations.” In Business anthropology, 20-38. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Jordan, Ann T. 1990. “Organizational culture and culture change: A case study.” In Cross-cultural management and organizational culture, edited by Tomoko Hamada and Ann Jordan, 209-226. Williamsburg, VA: College of William and Mary.
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Kirsch, Stuart. 2010. “Sustainable Mining.” Dialectical Anthropology 34(1):87-93.

Kirsch, Stuart. 2007. “Indigenous Movements and the Risks of Counterglobalization: Tracking the Campaign Against Papua New Guinea’s Ok Tedi Mine.” American Ethnologist 34(2):303-21.

Luning, Sabine. 2012. “Processing promises of gold: A Minefield of Company-Community Relations in Burkina Faso.” Africa Today 58(3):23-39.

Luning, Sabine. 2012. “’Ils dépassent les bornes’ de la propriété: Histoires de mineurs et de montagnes au Burkina Faso.” In Interfaces empiriques de la mondialisation African junctions under the neoliberal development paradigm, edited by Danielle De Lame and Jacinthe Mazzocchetti, 121-143. Tervuren: Africa, Koninklijk Museum voor Midden-Afrika.

Luning, Sabine. 2012. “Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for exploration: Consultants, companies and communities in processes of engagements.” Resources Policy 36:205-211.

Luning, Sabine. 2010. “Beyond the pale of property: Gold miners meddling with mountains in Burkina Faso.” In Worlds of debts: Interdisciplinary perspectives on gold mining in West Africa, edited by Panella Cristiana, 25-48. Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers.

Moeller, Kathryn. 2013. Proving the Girl Effect: Corporate Knowledge Production and Educational Intervention. International Journal of Educational Development 33(6):612-621.

Rajak, Dinah. 2011. In Good Company: An Anatomy of Corporate Social Responsibility. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Riles, Annelise. 2010. “Collateral Expertise: Legal Knowledge in the Global Financial Markets.” Current Anthropology 51(6):795-818.

Riles, Annelise. 2006. Documents: Artifacts of Modern Knowledge. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Sawyer, Suzana. 2006. “Disabling Corporate Sovereignty in a Transnational Lawsuit.” PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review 29(1):23-43.

Sawyer, Suzana. 2004. Crude chronicles: Indigenous politics, multinational oil, and neoliberalism in Ecuador. Durham: Duke University Press.

Schwittay, Anke. 2011. “The Marketization of Poverty: with CA comment by Krista Badiane and David Berdish.” Current Anthropology 52(S3):S71-S82.

Schwittay, Anke. 2011. “The Financial Inclusion Assemblage: Subjects, Technics, Rationalities.” Critique of Anthropology 31(4):381-401.

Shever, Elana. 2013. “‘I am a Petroleum Product’: Kinship, Sentiment and Capitalism in the Argentine Oil Industry.” In Vital Relations: Modernity and the Persistent Life of Kinship. Edited by S. McKinnon and F. Cannell. Pp. 85-107. School for Advanced Research Seminar Series. Santa Fe: SAR Press.

Shever, Elana. 2012. Resources for reform: oil and neoliberalism in Argentina. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Shever, Elana. 2010. Engendering the Company: Corporate Personhood and the “Face” of an Oil Company in Metropolitan Buenos Aires. Political and Legal Anthropology Review 33(1):26–46.

Shever, Elana. 2008. “Neoliberal associations: Property, company, and family in the Argentine oil fields.” American Ethnologist 35(4):701-716.
Urban, Greg, ed. 2014. Corporations and Citizenship. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Urban, Greg, and Kyung-Nan Koh. 2013. “Ethnographic Research on Modern Business Corporations.” Annual Review of Anthropology 42(1):139-58.

Urban, Greg, Ernest Baskin, and Kyung-Nan Koh. 2007. ““No Carry-Over Parts”: Corporations and the metaculture of newness.” Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 32 (1):5-19.

Vargas-Cetina, Gabriela. 2011. “Corporations, Cooperatives, and the State: Examples from Italy: with CA comment by Michael Woodard and Emilie Bess.” Current Anthropology 52 (S3):S127-S36.

Welker, Marina A. 2009. “’Corporate Security Begins in the Community’: Mining, the Corporate Social Responsibility Industry, and Environmental Advocacy in Indonesia.” Cultural Anthropology 24(1):142-179.

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