Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology University of Zurich

Publikationen

  • Im Erscheinen

  • Food and Identity in Central Asia, CASCA Volume II

    Author(s) Aida Aaly Alymbaeva (Eds)  Publisher   Max Planck Institute for social anthropology, Department „Integration and conflict“, Halle (Saale)   Foreword from Bettina Mann, Max Plank Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany Introduction   Rita Sanders CASCA Associate, University of Cologne, Germany Internationalism on the Table: Dining Ethnicity in one’s Homeland Kazakhstan Indira Alibayeva CASCA, University of Zurich,

  • Pertenencias múltiples, identidades cruzadas. Nuevas perspectivas sobre Asia central (Multiple Belongings, Crossed Identities. New Perspectives on Central Asia).

    Pertenencias múltiples, identidades cruzadas. Nuevas perspectivas sobre Asia central   Multiple Belongings, Crossed Identities. New Perspectives on Central Asia   Author(s)   Soledad Jiménez Tovar (Eds)    Publisher   Max Planck Institute for social anthropology, Department „Integration and conflict“, Halle (Saale)   Max Planck Institute for social anthropology, Department „Integration and conflict“, Halle (Saal

  • Veröffentlicht

  • CASCA – Halle-Zurich Centre for Anthropological Studies on Central Asia: Framing the research, initial Projects

    CASCA – Halle-Zurich Centre for Anthropological Studies on Central Asia: Framing the research, initial Projects Author(s) Finke, Peter; Schlee, Günther (Eds),   Publisher   Max Planck Institute for social anthropology, Department „Integration and conflict“, Field Notes and research projects VI, Halle (Saale) Year of publication 2013 Publication Link: http://casca-halle-zurich.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/CASCA_Framing-research-initial-projects.pdf  

  • VARIATIONS ON UZBEK IDENTITY Strategic Choices, Cognitive Schemas and Political Constraints in Identification Processes

    VARIATIONS ON UZBEK IDENTITYStrategic Choices, Cognitive Schemas and Political Constraints in Identification Processes Volume 7, Integration and Conflict Studies Author(s) Peter Finke Publisher New York, Oxford: Berghahn BooksYear of publication2014 ISBN978-1-78238-238-6 Abstract “…a meticulous study of ethnic groups faring in different regions of contemporary Uzbekistan. Nowadays, when there are so many unjustifiable restrictions. . .

  • Who Owns the Stock?

    Who Owns the Stock?  AutorIn Anatoly M. Khazanov, Günther Schlee (eds.) Verlag   New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books Jahr der Veröffentlichung 2012 ISBN 978-0-85745-335-8OPAC Abstract   The issue of collective and multiple property rights in animals, such as cattle, camels or reindeers, among pastoralists has never been a subject of special cross-cultural and comparative study.