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Metaphors Be With You:
A Cultural Analysis of Star Wars

by Lee Drummond

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Finance, Value, and Inequality: Towards a comparative anthropology of wealth and poverty

by Daniel Souleles

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The Volume of Being

by Albert Piette

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No Collar, No Master

by Nádia Farage

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Lance Armstrong

by Lee Drummond

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The park of 9

by Dennis Webster

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In and Out of the State

by Patience Kabamba

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The Good Life: Values, Markets, and Wellbeing

by Edward F. Fischer

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Intimations of the ‘Informal Economy’

by John D. Conroy

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What Did Kant Mean by and Why Did He Adopt a Cosmopolitan Point of View in History?

by Thomas Sturm

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How old brain functions constrain modern features of economies

by Sacha Bourgeois-Gironde

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Friendship, Anthropology

by Liria de la Cruz and Paloma Gay y Blasco

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Landscapes of Wealth & Desire

by Ryan Anderson

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Banking Nature?

by Sian Sullivan

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Can the Thing Speak?

by Martin Holbraad

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On the Moral Grounds of Economic Relations

by David Graeber

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An Extreme Reading of Facebook

by Daniel Miller

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Cosmetic Cosmologies in Japan

by Philip Swift

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How Knowledge Grows

by Alberto Corsín Jiménez

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Why do the gods look like that?

by John McCreery

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Cosmopolitics and Common Sense

by Huon Wardle

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The OAC Press launches the Working Papers Series to promote intellectual exchange within and outside the universities. We hope to bring what anthropologists have to say to the attention of the general public and invite everyone to take part in our debates. Each paper published will be linked to an open discussion thread in the OAC network. We will select work in progress that offers readers timely and relevant ideas and authors feedback for revision. The papers will be presented here in various formats and at several stages of their evolution. We place no restriction on publication elsewhere. The point is to refresh an ongoing conversation about anthropology and the world we live in.

The setting of the seminar is the OAC main discussion forum and it lasts for a fixed period of 10-14 days. to be announced beforehand. The paper is made available 4-7 days before the online seminar starts. There is a chair and a discussant who may or may not be the same person. After introductions, the discussant offers a critique of the paper, the presenter responds and then the floor is open for general discussion by members. The seminar unfolds at a leisurely pace, as and when participants (including the presenter) find the time to post. This allows for reading of relevant material and even for some spontaneous fieldwork, as well as for the usual cut and thrust of real time debate.