Introduction: The Anthropology of Development and Globalization: Marc Edelman and Angelique Haugerud.
Part I: Classical Foundations:.
1. Of the Accumulation of Capital, or Of Productive and Unproductive Labor: Adam Smith.
2. Manifesto of the Communist Party:Karl Marx and Frederick Engels.
3. The Evolution of the Capitalistic Spirit:Max Weber.
4. The Self-Regulating Market and the Fictitious Commodities: Labor, Land, and Money: Karl Polyani.
Part II: What is “Development”? Twentieth-Century Debates:.
5. The Rise and Fall of Development Theory: Colin Leys.
6. The History and Politics of Development Knowledge: Frederick Cooper and Randall Packard.
7. Anthropology and Its Evil Twin: “Development” in the Constitution of a Discipline: James Ferguson.
Part III: From Development to Globalization:.
8. Globalization, Dis-integration, Re-organization: The Transformations of Violence: Jonathan Friedman.
9. The Globalization Movement: Some Points of Clarification: David Graeber.
10. Globalization After September 11: Saskia Sassen.
11. Millennial Capitalismand the Culture of Neoliberalism: Jean Comaroff and John Comaroff.
Part IV: Consumption, Markets, Culture:.
12. Agricultural Involution Revisited:Clifford Geertz.
13. Nontraditional Commodities and Structural Adjustment in Africa: Peter D. Little and Catherine S. Dolan.
14. Market Mentalities, Iron Satellite Dishes, and Contested Cultural Developmentalism: Louisa Schein.
15. A Theory of Virtualism: Consumption as Negation: Daniel Miller.
16. Is Culture a Barrier to Change?: Emma Crewe and Elizabeth Harrison.
Part V: Gender, Work, and Networks:.
17. “Men-streaming” Gender? Question for Gender and Development Policy in the Twenty-first Century: Sylvia Chant and Matthew Gutmann.
18. Deterritorialziation and Workplace Culture: Jane Collins.
19. The Network Inside Out:Annelise Riles.
Part VI: Nature, Environment, and Biotechnology:.
20. Whose Woods Are These? Counter-Mapping Forest Territories in Kalimantan, Indonesia: Nancy Lee Peluso.
21. Misreading the African Landscape:Melissa Leach and James Fairhead.
22. Colonial Encounters in Postcolonial Contexts: Patenting Indigenous DNA and the Human Genome Diversity Project:Hilary Cunningham.
Part VII: Inside Development Institutions:.
23. Advocacy Research and the World Bank: Propositions for Discussion: Jonathan Fox.
24. Development Narratives, Or Making the Best of Blueprint Development:.
25. The Social Organization of the IMF’s Mission Work:.
Part VIII: Development Alternatives, Alternatives to Development?:.
26. Imagining a Post-Development Era: Arturo Escobar.
27. Beyond Development?:Katy Gardner and David Lewis.
28. Village Intellectuals and the Challenge of Poverty: Elizabeth Isichei.
29. Kerala: Radical Reform as Development in an Indian State: Barbara Chasin and Richard Franke.
30. What Was Socialism, and Why Did It Fall?:Katherine Verdery.
31. Disappearing the Poor?: John Gledhil.