SEA Monograph Series

The SEA regularly publishes edited volumes which include contributions from the annual meeting. The monographs for the Society for Economic Anthropology contain original essays that explore the connections between economics and social life. Each year’s volume focuses on a different theme in economic anthropology. Earlier volumes have been published with the University Press of America (volumes 1-15, 17) and Rowman & Littlefield (volume 16) . The books are now published jointly by AltaMira Press and the Society for Economic Anthropology.

Some of the older volumes are out of print, others are available only in limited quantity and/or in hardcover. All available volumes (including the ones originally published by University Press of America and Rowman & Littlefield) can be ordered from Altamira Press. SEA Members can purchase some of the Altamira volumes with a special discount. Contact Cynthia Werner for more information (werner@tamu.edu)


List of volumes:

Vol. 29: Textile Economies: Power and Value from the Local to the Transnational.
Walter E. Little and Patricia A. McAnany, eds.
2011. AltaMira Press.

 

Vol. 28: Cooperation in Economy and Society.
Robert C. Marshall, ed.
2010. AltaMira Press.

 

Vol. 27: The Political Economy of Hazards and Disasters.
Eric C. Jones and Arthur D. Murphy, eds.
2009. AltaMira Press.

 

Vol. 26: Economics and Morality: Anthropological Approaches.
Katherine E. Browne and B. Lynne Milgram, eds.
2009. AltaMira Press.

 

Vol. 25: Economies and the Transformation of Landscape.
Lisa Cliggett and Chris Pool, eds.
2007. AltaMira Press.

 

Vol. 24: Fast-Food, Slow-Food.
Rick Wilk, ed.
2006. AltaMira Press.

 

Vol. 23: Labor in Cross-Cultural Perspective.
Paul Durrenberger and Judith Marti, eds.
2005. AltaMira Press.

 

Vol. 22: Migration and Economy: Global and Local Dynamics.
Lillian Trager, ed.
2005. AltaMira Press.

 

 

Vol. 21: Values and Valuables: From the Sacred to the Symbolic. Cynthia Werner and Duran Bell, eds. 2004. AltaMira Press.

Vol. 20: Gender at Work in Economic Life. Gracia Clark, ed.2003. AltaMira Press.

Vol. 19: Economic Development: An Anthropological Approach. Jeffrey Cohen and Norbert Dannhaeuser, eds. 2002. AltaMira Press.

Vol. 18: Theory in Economic Anthropology. Jean Ensminger, ed. Altamira Press.

Vol. 17: Plural Globalities in Multiple Localities: New World Border. Martha Rees and Josephine Smart, eds. University Press of America.

Vol. 16: Commodities and Globalization: Anthropological Perspectives. Angelique Haugerud, M. Priscilla Stone, and Peter D. Little, eds. Rowman and Littlefield.

Vol. 15: At the Interface: The Household and Beyond. D. Small and N. B. Tannenbaum, eds. University Press of America.

Vol. 14: Property in Economic Context. Robert C. Hunt and Antonio Gilman, eds. University Press of America.

Vol 13: Economic Analysis Beyond the Local System. R. Blanton, P. Peregrine, D.Winslow and T. Hall, eds. University Press of America.

Vol. 12: Anthropology and Institutional Economics. J. Acheson, ed. University Press of America.

Vol. 11: The Economic Anthropology of the State. Elizabeth M. Brumfiel, ed. University Press of America.

Vol. 10: Understanding Economic Process. S. Ortiz and S. Lees, eds. University Press of America.

Vol. 9: Marxist Approaches in Economic Anthropology. H. Gates and A. Littlefield, eds. University Press of America.

Vol. 8: Perspectives on the Informal Economy. M. E. Smith, ed. University Press of America.

Vol. 7: Food and Farm : Current Debates and Policies. Christina Gladwin and Kathleen Truman, eds. University Press of America.

Vol. 6: Social Economy of Consumption. Henry J. Rutz and Benjamin S. Orlove, eds. University Press of America.

Vol. 5: Production and Autonomy: Anthropological Studies and Critiques of Development. J. W. Bennett and J.R. Brown, eds. University Press of America.

Vol. 4: Markets and Marketing. Stuart Plattner, ed. University Press of America.

Vol. 3: Household Economies and Their Transformations. Morgan D. MacLachlan, ed. University Press of America.

Vol. 2: Entrepreneurship and Social Change. Sidney M. Greenfield and Arnold Strickon, eds. University Press of America.

Vol. 1: Economic Anthropology : Topics and Theories. Sutti Ortiz, ed. University Press of America.