Studies in Social Analysis
Martin Holbraad, University College London
By forging creative and critical engagements with cultural, political, and social processes, anthropology explores the potential of social analysis to open new paths for thinking about human phenomena.
The focus of this series is on ‘analysis’, understood not as a synonym of 'theory', but as the fertile meeting-ground of the empirical and the conceptual. It provides a platform for exploring anthropological approaches to social analysis in all of their variety, and in doing so seeks also to open new avenues of communication between anthropology and the humanities as well as other social sciences.
Entanglements, Suspensions, Suspicions
Edited by Mateusz Laszczkowski and Madeleine Reeves
Toward a Relational Anthropology of the State
Edited by Tatjana Thelen, Larissa Vetters, and Keebet von Benda-Beckmann
Straying from the Straight Path
How Senses of Failure Invigorate Lived Religion
Edited by Daan Beekers and David Kloos
Emptiness and Fullness
Ethnographies of Lack and Desire in Contemporary China
Edited by Susanne Bregnbæk and Mikkel Bunkenborg
Ethnographies of Atheism and Non-Religion
Edited by Ruy Llera Blanes and Galina Oustinova-Stjepanovic