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just the pubs

Candea, M. Forthcoming Comparison in Anthropology: The Impossible Method. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Candea, M. (ed.) (2018) Schools and Styles of Anthropological Theory. London: Routledge.

Candea, M. (Ed.) (2016) The Social After Gabriel Tarde: Debates and Assessments (second edition) Routledge, London. (1st edition 2010)

Introduction pre-print

Candea, M. Cook, J, Trundle, C. and Yarrow, T. (Eds.) (2015) Detachment: Essays on the limits of relational thinking Manchester University Press, Manchester. 

Introduction pre-print

Candea, M. (2010) Corsican Fragments: Difference, knowledge and fieldwork. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.

Prologue

Candea, M. & Alcayna–Stevens, L. (2012) Special Issue: Ethnographies of Naturalism. Cambridge Anthropology, 30, 36-47.

Introduction

Candea, M. & da Col, G. (2012) Special Issue: The return to hospitality: strangers, guests, and ambiguous encounters. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 18, Siii-Siv.

Introduction

Jeffery, L. et al. (2006) Special issue: The politics of victimhood. History and Anthropology, 17,

Introduction

Candea, M. (Forthcoming) Paradoxical Pedagogies: Reassembling Individual (Animal) Subjects. In Recovering the Human Subject. Martin Holbraad, James Laidlaw, and Barbara Bodenhorn, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Candea, M. (2018) Introduction: Echoes of a conversation. In Schools and Styles of Anthropological Theory. Matei Candea, ed. London: Routledge.

Candea, M. (2018) Severed Roots: Evolutionism, Diffusionism and (Structural-)Functionalism. In Schools and Styles of Anthropological Theory. Matei Candea, ed. London: Routledge.

Candea, M. (2018) No Actor, No Network, No Theory: Bruno Latour's Anthropology of the Moderns. In Schools and Styles of Anthropological Theory. Matei Candea, ed. London: Routledge.

Candea, M. (2016) De Deux Modalités de La Comparaison En Anthropologie Sociale. L’Homme 218: 183–218. READ ENGLISH TRANSLATION HERE

Candea, M. (2016) We Have Never Been Pluralist: On Lateral and Frontal Comparisons in the Ontological Turn. In Comparative Metaphysics: Ontology after Anthropology. Pierre Charbonnier, Gildas Salmon, and Peter Skafish, eds. London: Rowman & Littlefield.

Candea, M. (2014) “There is Something”: Charlie Galibert’s Corsica. Anthropological Quarterly, 87, 525-540.

Candea, M. (2013) The Fieldsite as Device. Journal of Cultural Economy, 6, 241-258. Pre-print (free) 

Candea, M. (2013) Suspending Belief: Epoche in Animal Behavior Science. American Anthropologist, 115, 423-436. 

Candea, M. (2013) Objects made out of action. In Objects and Materials Companion, (Eds, Harvey, P. et al.) Routledge, London, 

Candea, M. (2013) Habituating Meerkats and Redescribing Animal Behaviour Science. Theory Culture & Society, 30, 105-128.

Venkatesan, S. et al. (2012) The task of anthropology is to invent relations: 2010 meeting of the Group for Debates in Anthropological Theory. Critique of Anthropology, 32, 43-47.

Candea, M. (2012) Derrida en Corse? Hospitality as scale-free abstraction. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 18, S34-S48. 

Candea, M. (2012) Different Species, One Theory: Reflections on Anthropomorphism and Anthropological Comparison. Cambridge Anthropology, 30, 118-135. Pre-print (free) 

Candea, M. (2011) “Our Division of the Universe” Making a Space for the Non-Political in the Anthropology of Politics. Current Anthropology, 52, 309-334.

Carrithers, M. et al. (2010) Ontology Is Just Another Word for Culture Motion Tabled at the 2008 Meeting of the Group for Debates in Anthropological Theory, University of Manchester. Critique of Anthropology, 30, 152-200.

Candea, M. (2010) Anonymous Introductions: Identity and Belonging in Corsica. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 16, 119-137.

Candea, M. (2010) “I fell in love with Carlos the meerkat”: Engagement and detachment in human-animal relations. American Ethnologist, 37, 241-258.

Candea, M. & Yarrow, T. (2008) Lessons for life: Student Reflections on the teaching of Sue Benson. Cambridge Anthropology, 27, 77-89.

Candea, M. (2008) Fire and identity as matters of concern in Corsica. Anthropological Theory, 8, 201-216.

Candea, M. (2007) Arbitrary locations: in defence of the bounded field-site. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 13, 167-184.

reprinted as Candea, M. (2009) Arbitrary Locations: In Defence of the Bounded Field-site (with a new afterword). In Multi-sited ethnography : theory, praxis and locality in contemporary research, (Ed, Falzon, M.-A.) Ashgate, Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT, pp. 25-46. New Afterword

Candea, M. (2006) Resisting Victimhood in Corsica. History and Anthropology, 17, 369-384.

Candea, M. (2017) Science. Felix Stein, Sian Lazar, Matei Candea, et al., eds. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Anthropology.

Candea, M. (2017) This Is (Not) like That. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 7(1): 517–521.

Candea, M. (2014) The Ontology of the Political Turn. Fieldsights - Theorizing the Contemporary, Cultural Anthropology Online

Candea, M. (2014) A statement from the incoming editor. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 20, 1-2.

Candea, M. (2012) The science of passionate interests: an introduction to Gabriel Tarde’s Economic anthropology. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 18, 506-507.

Candea, M. (2012) Society of Others: Kinship and Mourning in a West Papuan Place. Cultural Anthropology, 27, 735-741.

Candea, M. (2011) Two hopes built on swarms. BioSocieties, 6, 365-369.

Candea, M. (2011) Fragments d’identité. Revue Fora!, 8, 49-51.

Candea, M. (2011) Endo/Exo. Common Knowledge, 17, 146-150.

Candea, M. (2011) “We both wait together”: Poaching Agustin Fuentes. Kroeber Anthropological Society, 100, 148-151.

Candea, M. (2009) Multi-sited Ethnography. In Routledge encyclopedia of social and cultural anthropology, (Eds, Barnard, A. & Spencer, J.) Routledge, London ; New York, pp. 485-486.

Candea, M. (2008) Thinking Through Tourism. The ASA meeting 2007. Anthropology Today, 24, 28.

Candea, M. (2006) Anthropology of Cross-Channel Debates. Anthropology Today, 22, 24.