Berghahn Books Logo

berghahn New York · Oxford

Home -> Title



Introduction: Toward a Global Anthropology of Labor
August Carbonella and Sharryn Kasmir

Chapter 1. Fragmented Solidarity: Political Violence and Neoliberalism in Colombia
Lesley Gill

Chapter 2. Labor in Place/Capitalism in Space: The Making and Unmaking of a Local Working Class on Maine’s “Paper Plantation”
August Carbonella

Chapter 3. Flexible Labor/Flexible Housing: The Rescaling of Mumbai into a Global Financial Center and the Fate of its Working Class
Judy Whitehead

Chapter 4. Structures without Soul and Immediate Struggles: Rethinking Militant Particularism in Contemporary Spain
Susana Narotzky

Chapter 5. The Saturn Automobile Plant and the Long Dispossession of US Autoworkers
Sharryn Kasmir

Chapter 6. “Worthless Poles” and Other Dispossessions: Toward an Anthropology of Labor in Post-Communist Central and Eastern Europe
Don Kalb

Notes on Contributors

Blood and Fire

Toward a Global Anthropology of Labor

Edited by Sharryn Kasmir and August Carbonella

308 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78238-363-5 Hb Published (August 2014)

eISBN 978-1-78238-364-2 eBook