Faculty Publications

Faculty Publications

James Fitzsimmons
2015    Maya Polities of the Southern Lowlands, with Damien Marken (eds.). Boulder: University of Colorado Press.

2015    Living with the Dead: Mortuary Ritual in the Andes, with Izumi Shimada (eds.).  Tuscon: University of Arizona Press.

2012    “The Living and the Dead,” in The Oxford Handbook of Mesoamerican

Archaeology, Deborah Nichols and Christopher Pool, eds., pp. 776-786. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2011    Living with the Dead: Mortuary Ritual in Mesoamerica, with Izumi Shimada (eds.).  Tuscon: University of Arizona Press.        

2009    Death and the Classic Maya Kings. Austin: University of Texas Press.

M. Eleanor Nevins
2017    World-making Stories: Maidu Language, Landscape and Community Renewal, (ed.). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

2017    “’You Shall Not Become This Kind of People: Indigenous Political Argument in Maidu Linguistic Text Collections,” in Engaging Native American Publics: Linguistic Anthropology in a New Key, Paul Kroskrity and Barbara Meek, eds., pp. 72-92. Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge.

2015    “’Grow with That, Walk with That’: Hymes, Dialogicality and Text Collections,” in The Legacy of Dell Hymes: Ethnopoetics, Narrative Inequality and Voice, Paul Kroskrity and Anthony Webster, eds., pp. 71-107. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

2013    Lessons from Fort Apache: Beyond Language Endangerment and Maintenance. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

2013    “Speaking in the Mirror of the Other: Dialectics of Intersubjectivity and Temporality in Western Apache Discourse,” with Thomas J. Nevins, Language and Communication 33(3): 292-306.

Ellen Oxfeld
2017    Bitter and Sweet: Food, Meaning, and Modernity in Rural China. Berkeley: University of California Press.

2015    “Moral Discourse, Moral Practice, and the Rural Family in Modern China,” in Modern Chinese Religion II: 1850-present, Vincent Goossaert, Jan Kiely and John Lagerwey, eds., pp. 401-432. Leiden and Boston: Brill.

2014    “The Moral Significance of Food in Reform Era Rural China,” in Ethical Food Movements in Post-Socialist Societies, Melissa Caldwell, Yuson Song, and Jakob Klein, eds., pp. 44-68. Berkeley: University of California Press.

2010    “Drink Water, but Remember the Source”: Moral Discourse in a Chinese Village. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Michael Sheridan
2016    “Boundary Plants and the Social Production of Space in Agrarian Societies,” Environment and Society 7:29-49.

2016    “The Politics of Rain: Tanzanian Farmers' Discourse on Climate and Political Disorder,” in Anthropology and Climate Change: From Actions to Transformations, 2nd ed., Susan Crate and Mark Nuttall, eds., pp. 228-240. Walnut Creek, CA: Routledge.

2016    “Cultural Capital and Structural Power in African Landscapes:  The Social Dynamics of Sacred Groves,” in Cultural Landscape Heritage in Sub-Saharan Africa, John Beardsley, ed., pp. 237-261. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library, Landscape Studies Program. 

2014    “The Social Life of Landesque Capital and a Tanzanian Case Study,” in Landesque Capital: The Historical Ecology of Enduring Landscape Modifications, N. Thomas Håkansson and Mats Widgren, eds., pp. 155-171.  Walnut Creek, CA:  Left Coast Press.

2012    “Water:  Irrigation and Resilience in the Tanzanian Highlands,” in Ecology and Power: Struggles over Land and Material Resources in the Past, Present, and Future, Alf Hornborg, Brett Clark, and Kenneth Hermele, eds., pp. 168-181. London:  Routledge.

David Stoll
2018    “Rednecks, Norteños, and the Next American Melting Pot?” Society 55(1): 11-17.

2018    “Will George Clooney get the Gerardi Assassination Wrong?” Miami Herald, February 27, https://www.miamiherald.com/opinion/oped/article202460824.html 2018   

2015    “Children on the Border: Could Migration be the Problem, Not the Solution?” Anthropology Now http://anthronow.com/online-articles/children-on-the-border

2014    “Informalization from Above and Below: Comprehensive Immigration Reform and the Reconfiguration of U.S. Labor Markets,” New Labor Forum 21(4): 76-85.

2012    El Norte or Bust! How Migration Fever and Microcredit Produced a Financial Crash in a Guatemalan Town. Boulder, Colorado:  Rowman & Littlefield.

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