Recent Publications

Van Hollen, Cecilia; Krishnan, Shweta; Rathnam, Shibani. 2019. ” ‘It’s Partly in Our Hands; It’s Partly in the Hands of the Goddess’: Cancer patients’ quest for well-being in India.” Special Issue on The Hospital in South Asia. Purushartha: Sciences sociales en Asie du Sud. Journal of L’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris 36: 179-206.
Mahadev, Neena. Forthcoming 2019. “Karma & Grace: Rivalrous Reckonings of Fortune and Misfortune.” HAU Journal of Ethnographic Theory.
Mahadev, Neena. 2018. “Economies of Conversion and Ontologies of Difference: Buddhism, Christianity, and Adversarial Political Perception in Sri Lanka.” Current Anthropology 59 (6).
Mahadev, Neena. 2018. “Secularism and Religious Modernity in Singapore and Sri Lanka: Transregional Revivalism Considered.” In Secularism in South, East and Southeast Asia, by Peter van der Veer and Kenneth Dean. Global Diversities series: Palgrave Press.
Paul, Anju M. and Pearlyn Neo. 2017. “Am I Allowed to be Pregnant?: Awareness of Pregnancy Protection Laws among Migrant Domestic Workers in Hong Kong.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Paul, Anju M. and Victoria Long. 2017. “Where to Train: Shifts in the Doctoral Destination Advice given to Asian Bioscience Students.” Global Studies 10(3):1-18.
Marcia C. Inhorn, America’s Arab Refugees: Vulnerability and Health on the Margins. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, in press 2017.
Paul, Anju M. 2017 . Multinational Maids: Stepwise Migration in a Global Labor Market. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Zachary M. Howlett, “China’s Examination Fever and the Fabrication of Fairness: ‘My Generation Was Raised on Poison Milk.’” In Emptiness and Fullness: Ethnographies of Lack and Desire in Contemporary China, edited by Susanne Bregnbæk and Mikkel Bunkenborg, chapter 1. Integration and Conflict Studies, edited by Günther Schlee, vol. 2. New York: Berghahn Books, July 2017.
Stuart Earle Strange, “The dialogical collective: mediumship, pain, and the interactive creation of Ndyuka Maroon subjectivity. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 22(3), 2016.
Gabriele Koch, Willing Daughters: The Moral Rhetoric of Filial Sacrifice and Financial Autonomy in Tokyo’s Sex Industry. Critical Asian Studies 48(2), 2016.
Gabriele Koch, Producing iyashi : Healing and labor in Tokyo’s sex industry. American Ethnologist 43(4), 2016.
Paul, Anju M. and Victoria Long. 2016. “Human-Capital Strategies to Build World-Class Research Universities in Asia: Impact on Global Flows.” In The Transnational Politics of Higher Education: Contesting the Global / Transforming the Local, edited by Meng-Hsuan Chou, Isaac A. Kamola and Tamson Pietsch. London: Routledge.
Anju Mary Paul, “Capital and Mobility in the Stepwise International Migrations of Filipino Migrant Domestic Workers,” Migration Studies, Vol. 3, No. 3, October 2015, 438-459.
Anju Mary Paul, “Negotiating Migration, Performing Gender,” Social Forces, Vol. 94, No. 1, September 2015, 271-293.
Neena Mahadev, “The Maverick Dialogics of Religious Rivalry: Aspiration and Contestation in a New Messianic Buddhist Movement.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, December 2015, 127-147.
Marcia C. Inhorn, Cosmopolitan Conceptions: IVF Sojourns in Global Dubai. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2015.
Neena Mahadev, “Conversion and Anti-Conversion in Contemporary Sri Lanka: Pentecostal Christian Evangelism and Theravada Buddhist Views on the Ethics of Religious Attraction,” in Proselytizing and the Limits of Religious Pluralism in Contemporary Asia, Feener and Finucane (eds). Singapore: Springer. 211-235, 2014.
Anju Mary Paul. “Good Help is Hard to Find: Differentiated Mobilization of Migrant Social Capital among Filipino Domestic Workers.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39(5): 719-739, 2013
Marcia C. Inhorn, The New Arab Man: Emergent Masculinities, Technologies, and Islam in the Middle East. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2012.
Stuart Strange (book review), Richard Price, Travels with Tooy: History, Memory, and the African American Imagination. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Comparative Studies in Society and History 53(2), 2011.