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2021
1 Schober, Elisabeth.
Building ships while breaking apart. Container Economies and the Limits of Chaebol Capitalism. Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology 2021 ;Volume 89.
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2019
2 Schober, Elisabeth.
"Precarity, by comparison: The uncertain transnationalisation of labor politics between Korea and the Philippines". Dialectical Anthropology 2019 p. 1-16
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3 Schober, Elisabeth.
Riding unstable currents : South Korean capital's migration to the Philippines. Rivista degli Studi Orientali 2019 p. 263-277
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2018
4 Pijpers, Robert Jan.
"Navigating Uncertainty. Large-Scale Mining and Micro-Politics in Sierra Leone.". : Faculty of Social Sciences, Oslo 2018 255 p.
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5 Schober, Elisabeth.
(De-)stabilizing the European Austerity Debate via an Asian Detour: Lessons from Labour in Post-Crisis South Korea. I: The Global Life of Austerity:Comparing Beyond Europe. Berghahn Books 2018 ISBN 978-1-78533-870-0. p. 115-129
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6 Schober, Elisabeth.
In/determined Labour. Boundary Dislocations around Waste, Value and Work in Subic Bay (Philippines).”. I: Indeterminacy: Waste, Value, and the Imagination. Berghahn Books 2018 ISBN 978-1789200096. p. 161-180
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7 Schober, Elisabeth.
The (Un-)Making of Labor: Capitalist Accelerations and Their Human Toll at a South Korean Shipyard in the Philippines. I: Industrial Labor on the Margins of Capitalism: Precarity, Class, and the Neoliberal Subject. Berghahn Books 2018 ISBN 978-1-78533-678-2. p. 197-217
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8 Schober, Elisabeth.
Working (wo)man's suicide: transnational relocations of capital ? repercussions for labour in South Korea and the Philippines. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 2018 ;Volume 24. p. 134-147
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2017
9 Eriksen, Thomas Hylland; Schober, Elisabeth.
A brief response. Social Anthropology 2017 ;Volume 25.(3) p. 351-352
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10 Eriksen, Thomas Hylland; Schober, Elisabeth.
Introduction: Knowledge regimes in an overheated world. I: Knowledge and power in an overheated world. Oslo: Department of Social Anthropology 2017 ISBN 978-82-7720-200-6. p. 7-19
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11 Eriksen, Thomas Hylland; Schober, Elisabeth.
Knowledge and power in an overheated world. Oslo: Department of Social Anthropology 2017 (ISBN 978-82-7720-200-6) 140 p.
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12 Schober, Elisabeth; Eriksen, Thomas Hylland.
Waste and the superfluous: an introduction. Social Anthropology 2017 ;Volume 25.(3) p. 282-287
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2016
13 Schober, Elisabeth.
Base Encounters. The US Armed Forces in South Korea. Pluto Press 2016 (ISBN 9780745336053) 240 p.
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14 Schober, Elisabeth.
Between a Rock and a Stormy Place: From Overheating to Expulsion in Subic Bay (Philippines). Ethnos 2016 ;Volume 83.(3) p. 473-488
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15 Schober, Elisabeth.
Building a city: Korean capitalists and navy nostalgia in “overheated” Subic Bay. History and Anthropology 2016 ;Volume 27.(5) p. 488-503
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16 Schober, Elisabeth.
“Destabilizing the European Austerity Debate. Lessons from Labour in Post-Crisis South Korea”.. EASA 2016; 2016-07-21
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17 Schober, Elisabeth.
“From Violent Imaginaries to Base Encounters. Gender-Based Violence and the Anti-US Base Struggle in South Korea and the Philippines”.. Institutsseminaret SAI; 2016-05-25
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18 Schober, Elisabeth.
Indigenous Endurance amidst Accelerated Change? The US Military, South Korean Shipbuilders and the Aeta of Subic Bay, the Philippines. I: Identity Destabilised. Living in an overheated world.. Pluto Press 2016 ISBN 9780745399126. p. 135-152
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19 Schober, Elisabeth.
"Infrastructures of Globalization. Subic Bay (Philippines) and the global shipbuilding industry.”. "Anthropology, Infrastructures and the ‘Deep Politics’ of Globalization”; 2016-01-18
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20 Schober, Elisabeth.
“Of Livelihoods and Dispossession. Economic Overheating and the Squeeze on Land and Water in Subic Bay (Philippines).”. IUAES 2016; 2016-05-05
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21 Schober, Elisabeth.
“Of seismic shifts and the reclaiming of ‘power’. Current Disputes over Fossil Fuel-based Energy Generation and Climate Change in the Philippines”.. “Anthropology, Weather & Climate Change”; 2016-05-28
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22 Schober, Elisabeth; Eriksen, Thomas Hylland.
Economies of Growth or Ecologies of Survival?. Ethnos 2016
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23 Schober, Elisabeth; Eriksen, Thomas Hylland.
Identity Destabilised. Living in an overheated world.. Pluto Press 2016 (ISBN 9780745399126) 260 p.
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24 Schober, Elisabeth; Eriksen, Thomas Hylland.
Introduction. The art of belonging in an overheated world.. I: Identity Destabilised. Living in an overheated world.. Pluto Press 2016 ISBN 9780745399126. p. 1-19
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2015
25 Gjengedal, Kjerstin; Schober, Elisabeth.
Endringane i verda akselererer: Heng du med på karusellen?. Apollon [Journal] 2015-03-01
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26 Schober, Elisabeth.
“Infrastructures of Globalization. Labour and Timespace Contradictions at a South Korean Shipyard in the Philippines.”. Biennial Conference of the Finnish Anthropological Society 2015; 2015-10-22
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27 Schober, Elisabeth.
Making a Living, Making Life Worth Living. Scavengers and Shipbuilders in Subic Bay (Philippines).. “Overheating”-Workshop on “Waste and the Superfluous. Precarious Living amidst Worlds of Waste”; 2015-09-14
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28 Schober, Elisabeth.
On "Everyday Occupations: Experiencing Militarism in South Asia and the Middle East" by Kamala Visweswaran. American Ethnologist 2015 ;Volume 42.(2) p. 394-395
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29 Schober, Elisabeth.
On Samantha Majic’s „Sex Work Politics. From Protest to Service Provision.“. Social Anthropology 2015 ;Volume 23.(1) p. 103-104
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30 Schober, Elisabeth.
The Frailty of Power. Three Energy Disputes in Central Luzon, Philippines”. “Knowledge and Power"-workshop; 2015-01-30
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31 Schober, Elisabeth.
"The (Un-)Making of Labour. Capitalist Accelerations and Shattered Bodies at a South Korean shipyard in the Philippines.”. Regular and Precarious Labour in Modern Industrial Settings.”; 2015-05-07
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32 Schober, Elisabeth.
“Working(wo)man’s suicide. South Korea’s ‘Hope-Bus’ Movement and its Repercussions for Labour in the Philippines.”. The reconfiguring of labour: Reflections for contemporary anthropology"; 2015-06-12
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2014
33 Schober, Elisabeth.
“Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Land and Labor in Subic Bay (Philippines)”. 11th Annual Conference of the Romanian Society for Social and Cultural Anthropology; 2014-11-21
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34 Schober, Elisabeth.
From U.S. sailors to global manufacturers: rapid economic growth and its environmental costs in Subic Bay (Philippines). EASA2014; 2014-08-02 - 2014-08-02
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35 Schober, Elisabeth.
Getting Rid of Ourselves?. European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology 2014 ;Volume 55.(3) p. 413-418
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36 Schober, Elisabeth.
“Indigenous Endurance amidst Accelerated Change? The U.S. Military, South Korean Investors and the Aeta of Subic Bay (Philippines)”. Overheating”-Workshop on “Identity and Accelerated Change”; 2014-10-27
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37 Schober, Elisabeth.
Itaewon's suspense: masculinities, place-making and the US Armed Forces in a Seoul entertainment district. Social Anthropology 2014 ;Volume 22.(1) p. 36-51
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38 Schober, Elisabeth.
Kangnam style and the Korean spirit of capitalism: exercising bodies at a South Korean shipyard in Subic Bay (Philippines). ASA2014; 2014-06-22 - 2014-06-22
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39 Schober, Elisabeth.
'The Colonized Bodies of Our Women...': Imaginative and Material Terrains of US Military Entertainment on the Fringes of South Korea. I: Gender and Conflict. Embodiment, Discourses and Symbolic Practices. Ashgate 2014 ISBN 9781409464853. p. 133-150
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2013
40 Schober, Elisabeth.
“Lost in Mediation. On situating women's voices from the field within antagonistic debates on sex work and trafficking.”. The Loose Ends of Fieldwork: Emotional care of the self in the ethnography of violence”; 2013-03-02
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41 Schober, Elisabeth.
“Our Nation’s Daughter? U.S. Camp Town Spaces as Imaginative and Lived-In Spaces on the Fringes of South Korea”. Polarization in Divided Societies. Korea in a global context”; 2013-09-03
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42 Schober, Elisabeth.
“South Korea’s ‘Hope Bus’-Movement and its Repercussions in the Philippines.”. 9th conference of the Nordic Association of Japanese and Korean Studies (NAJAKS); 2013-08-22
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