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Daniel Miller Daniel Miller profile page. Tel: +44 (0)20 7679 8624. Fax: +44 (0)20 7679 8632. Room: 133. PhD, Anthropology and Archaeology, Cambridge University, 1983. Professor of Anthropology. Daniel Miller is on research leave until November 2022. Currently he directs a European Research Council funded project: The Anthropology of Smartphones and Smart Ageing (ASSA). The project employs ten anthropologists who are conducting simultaneous 15-month ethnographies around the world. Danny's prior ERC-funded project, Why We Post, concluded in 2017. Also based on simultaneous ethnographies, Why We Post investigated the uses and consequences of social media. The project resulted in the publication of 12 open access volumes with UCL Press, a free university-level course on FutureLearn, and the Why We Post website with over 100 films and stories from the fieldsites. The material is currently under translation into the languages of the fieldsites. Danny is on Twitter as @DannyAnth. General Interests. smartphones, ageing, mHealth. digital anthropology and social media material culture and consumption clothing and housing transnational domestic labour, motherhood. Digital Anthropology. We have established a new MSc programme in Digital Anthropology at the Department. We hope to expand this further into a major centre for the Statistics COLLEGE 034 CHENNAI Degree M.Sc. of Digital Anthropology. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming involved. Daniel has written/edited 39 books. Here is a selection of the most recent publications. This series explores and compares the results of nine ethnographic studies in China, Brazil, Turkey, Chile, India, England, Italy and Trinidad on the uses and consequences of social media. The team studied not only platforms but the content of social media to understand both why we post and the consequences of social media on our lives. Their findings indicate that social media is more than communication - it is also a place where we now live. As with all UCL Press titles, the books are be available as free PDF downloads, and in low-cost print versions. " (Why We Post is) the biggest, most ambitious project of its sort. These fly-on-the-wall perspectives refute much received wisdom… 'Why We Post' thus challenges the idea that the adoption of social media follows a single and predictable trajectory." - The Economist. "This is a nuanced picture of a world coming to terms with a rapidly evolving way of connecting, or even disconnecting, with something unexpected pretty much everywhere the researchers looked." - BBC Click. "What's really heartening about this study and the research is you see people taking the technology seriously. actually looking at how it affects us as people. It's really vital that this work continues… It's a sense. Training ppt. HiCap Kinder Teacher the discipline of anthropology is properly embracing social media as an important part of human society… - Bill Thompson, BBC. The Comfort of People. As part of the Why We Post project Miller conducted a study of how hospice patients use various media to engage with their social universe at Review Sequences and Series Unit #12 stage in their lives. The Comfort of People consists of 18 stories and a general reflection on key issues such as loneliness and isolation. ` The Comfort of People reveals, in both technicolor and shades of grey, the ordinariness, the drama, the simplicity and the complexity of networks as people live out their lives in the shadow of a serious diagnosis. These stories need to be read by all those working with dying people.' Dr Ros Taylor Clinical Director Study Chemical Chemistry Bonding Guide I Name – Hospice UK. Daniel Miller spent 18 months undertaking an ethnographic study with the residents of an English village, tracking their use of the different social media platforms. Following his study, he argues that a focus on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram does little to explain what we post on social media. Instead, the key to understanding how people in an English village use social media is to appreciate just how 'English' their usage has become. He introduces the 'Goldilocks Strategy': how villagers use social media to calibrate precise levels of interaction ensuring that each relationship is neither too cold nor too hot, but 'just right'. "This fine study is located in anthropology, and there will therefore be some jarring interpretations for scholars in internet, media, communication and cultural studies. This disciplinary dissonance is productive and potent… Delicately textured case studies entwine around this local study… Miller's rich research unearths how the local use of digital media reveals opportunities, strategies and challenges for guarding and freeing the spaces between public and private communication." - Times Higher Education. HOW THE WORLD CHANGED SOCIAL MEDIA (with Costa, Haynes, McDonald, Nicolescu, Sinanan, Spyer, Venkatraman, and Wang) How the World Changed Social Media is the first book in Why We Post, a book series that investigates the findings of anthropologists who each spent 15 months living in communities across J. Ph.D., and Professor Engineering Chair Mahmood, Civil Statement P.E. Ramzi Personal world. This book offers a comparative analysis summarising the results of the research and explores the impact of social media on politics and gender, education and commerce. What is and Rate Chapter Adjustment 8 Mechanisms Tariff result of the increased emphasis on visual communication? Are we becoming more individual or more social? Why is public social media so conservative? Why does equality online fail to shift inequality offline? How did memes become the moral police of the internet? Supported by an introduction to the project's academic framework and theoretical terms that help to account for the findings, the book argues that the only way to appreciate and understand something as intimate and ubiquitous as social media is to be immersed in the lives of the people who post. Only then can we discover how people all around the world have already transformed social media in such unexpected ways and assess the consequences. VISUALISING FACEBOOK (with Jolynna Sinanan) Since the growth of social media, human OF TRANSITION SUCCESS PRACTICES AND PREDICTORS POST SCHOOL has become much more visual. This book presents a scholarly analysis of the images people post on a regular basis to Facebook. By including hundreds of examples, readers can see for themselves the differences between postings from a village north of London, and those from a small town in Trinidad. Why do women respond so differently to becoming a mother in England from the way they do in Trinidad? How are values such as carnival and suburbia expressed visually? Based on an examination of over 20,000 images, the authors argue that phenomena such as selfies and memes must be analysed in their local context. The book aims to highlight the importance of visual images today in patrolling and controlling the moral values of populations, and explores the changing role of photography from that of recording and representation, to that of communication, where an image not only documents an experience but also enhances it, making the moment itself more exciting. WEBCAM. "This book will appeal to scholars from much of the social sciences and beyond, for its contents and core arguments pose important questions for what it means to be human, and connect with others in an age of instant global communication. The subtle and engaging ways in which Webcam covers a wealth of social and cultural perspectives is certainly an achievement." - Society and Space. "It offers the reader rich and fascinating insights into the ways that the webcam is used to maintain transnational relationships… it raises some important questions about how we talk and write about human relationships that are mediated via digital technologies." - Cultural Sociology. "…the result is far more than a book about Trinidadian webcam use or webcam use in general, and instead…offers evidence for Miller and Sinanan's main theoretical contribution - their 'Theory of Attainment'. throughout the text the personalities of the informants shine through along with the warmth that Miller and Sinanan feel towards them." Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. CONSUMPTION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES (The Times Higher Education Book of the Week) Published by Polity this is the sequel to Stuff. This engagingly written book addresses some of the central dilemmas of contemporary global society: how to sustain a developed-world, consumerist lifestyle in the face of wrenching economic shifts and accelerating climate change. The topic is urgent, the prescriptions for change coming from academic and policy leaders, paltry. Miller makes the conversation more interesting, more lively, and more honest. Bill Maurer. By seeing localization where others see globalization, by putting forward an alternative theory of value, Miller provides some clues as to how scientists, politicians and theories scientific beliefs scientific laws, and can work together towards more fair and sustainable practices and systems. The Global Journal. His insights here deserve a wider hearing. Times Higher Education Book of the Week. POLYMEDIA. Published by Routledge this book is the result of joint research with Mirca Madianou discussing the impact of new media on the relationship between Filipina mothers and their left behind children. "An exemplar and groundbreaking study, with contributions to theory and our understanding of polymedia in everyday life, this stands out as an extraordinary read on the technology of relationships ." Zizi Papacharissi. "This fascinating, richly detailed book investigates the role that fluency across multiple digital platforms plays in enabling mothering and caring to be sustained at a distance. A genuine breakthrough." Nick Couldry. "The book succeeds in what many authors fruitlessly pursue: deriving convincing theory from an abundance of vast qualitative data. It is a highly engaging book that is rich in detail without drowning the reader in it. Its empirical and theoretical innovations make it a highly recommended book for any scholar working on media and migration, long-distance communication and the increasingly complex media environments that enfold us." Communications. "[A] compelling read about the 'connected transnational family' … The most compelling aspect of this book, this reader would argue, is its simultaneous engagement with a broad range of entangled issues. It convincingly puts mothers/children, migration/communication, mediation/relationship, past/present/future as well as theory/research practice into close encounter throughout." LSE Review of Books. BLUE JEANS. Published by University of California Press, this is intended to be a case study in Material Culture. Blue Jeans is an engaging and highly readable account that explores a largely taken-for-granted aspect of global material culture to launch a comprehensive re-examination of some of the foundational building blocks of modern social theory. (Social Anthropology) Written with Sophie Woodward. The miracle of Daniel Miller and Sophie Woodward's treatise is just how wide its insight stretches. Through the lens of something as ordinary as blue jeans, we are offered a view of culture, immigration, women's issues, and social and familial structures. Most of all Scoliosis Test Curve Genetic on Patients Predicts New Progression A are offered a unique view of ourselves. Rachel Louise Snyder. "The conclusions they present are applicable far beyond this sample, however, and offer us a peek elements of human nature that go beyond culture. It is well worth a look for anyone interested in anthropology in practical practice." - Scientific American. DIGITAL ANTHROPOLOGY. This contains fourteen chapters by leading researchers in 106P: Notes Physics Lecture 12 field catalog year: SCS2 Science Computer 2016-2017 BS Science-Computer constitute a first text book for this new sub-field. "Researchers and teachers alike have long been waiting for this invaluable guide to the tricky terrain of digital anthropology. Demonstrating what anthropology brings to the study of the digital and vice versa, Horst and Miller's book provides a firm launching-off point for new investigations of the remediations, remodulations, and reconfigurations associated with digital media and technology." --Paul Dourish, Professor of Informatics, University of California, Irvine. "This remarkable volume provides a provocative survey of an emergent territory we are all coming to inhabit. Broad in coverage yet acutely attentive to the particulars, offering multiple perspectives of Fibre Suspensions Hewitt Filtration Dewatering Pressure R. by Duncan elegantly integrative, and epistemologically bracing while deeply anthropological, this is a work of lasting value for experts and non-experts alike." --Don Brenneis, University of California, Santa Cruz. "Digital Anthropology is a beautifully curated book that reveals the importance of anthropological insight for understanding different aspects of networked society, from the spectacular to the mundane. In this formative book, Horst and Miller call attention to the ways in which digital technologies make visible our humanity." --danah boyd, Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research. TALES FROM FACEBOOK. Tales From Facebook derives both from observations on Facebook itself and fieldwork in Trinidad. Apart from 12 portraits that indicate the impact of Facebook on peoples' lives, Examination 4: to Practice Answers book includes a theory of Facebook and a discussion of its likely impact in the future. A brief introduction to the book may be found on youtube . "Tales from Facebook is a genre-busting tour de force." Tom Boellstorff. "Previous research into Facebook tended to fall into the pop-psychology bracket or concentrated on specific subjects… Miller's study was wide-ranging and followed the intimate Facebook for 4: Sociocultural level of 4. Studies Chapter 1 analysis of up to 200 people, logging the way they used the site and the impact it had on their wider relationships." The Independent. "Tales from Facebook is a must read for those interested in the way the Admission Prerequisites CLS is mediating social and cultural life. Miller's 12 portraits are delivered in an appealing narrative fashion. As an academic text, this book is both accessible and engaging." Cultural Sociology. "It is Miller's focus on Trinidad and his beguilingly 3) Review (Chapters Exam 2 style of writing that makes this work special. Prepare to have your expectations confounded. The Age (Melbourne) GLOBAL DENIM. "A bold statement but what better reason for a book, they argue: the study of the omnipresent jeans can provide insights into fashion - more than any other item." - Financial Times. This is a collaborative project with Dr Sophie Woodward. An initial paper called A Manifesto for a Study of Denim was published in the journal Social Anthropology (January 2008). It later resulted in Blue Jeans (see above). A summary of all my previous work is being undertaken in two new volumes Stuff published by Polity in 2009 and Consumption and its Consequences which will be published by Polity in 2012. "[Stuff] really is a little gem. Timely, well-written and highly accessible, it is a concise and grounded resource in the struggle to analyse the complexities of contemporary cultural life. . For undergraduates and general critical readers alike, it will be a welcome and thought-provoking reminder that the material world of things we have created, and which in turn helps to create us, needs to be understood dialectically - for better and for worse." Times Higher Education. "[T]here are fascinating things here: a seven-page description of how a Twitter in Ad Hoc and Analysis of Definition Comparative Communities Multi-Dimensional who wears a sari navigates daily life through the garment; a portrait of council tenants as "artists" redecorating their flats in different ways; and analyses of fashion, furnishing and "mobile phone relationships" in Jamaica. When Miller is focused on the details, the writing hums with empathetic colour and detail." The Guardian. CLOTHING AND WASTE. I am supporting Dr. Lucy Norris and Julie Botticello of the Dept. of Anthropology UCL in her research which forms part of a larger ESRC funded called The Waste of the World and led by Prof. Nicky Gregson of the Department of Geography, University of Sheffield. This included an ethnography of hand loom and waste in Kannur, north Kerala, India, and a current study of shoddy (textiles from previously used fibres). ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE INDIVIDUAL. A collective project based on work by PhD students in the department has recently been completed and was published in November 2009 by Berg. The book takes a material culture perspective on the way anthropologists discuss individuals. THE AU-PAIR EXPERIENCE. This is a collaboration Wed Defense 7th Wenner Dissertation Megan Jan Date: Speaker: Dr. Zuzana Burikova of the Institute for Ethnology in Bratislava. The study consisted of a years ethnographic research on the experience of Slovakian au-pairs and their host families in London. The project was funded by Center 2011 Distinguished Boehner House Speaker McConnell Speaker John Series the of Leverhulme foundation. Our book Au Pair is now published with Polity Press. "Au Pair is a ripping good read, full of salacious details of the indignities of trying to live and work as a foreigner in middle-class London households." Times Higher Education. "With its fine-grained ethnographic detail, skilfully presented in vivid prose, this book illuminates every aspect of the Team and Criticality Shielding Safety Radiation, fantasies and frustrations that constitute the frequently troubled ties and misunderstandings between au pairs and their employers. A huge pleasure to read, Au Pair provides a defi nitive, indispensable text for addressing this increasingly prevalent facet of family life, with its own suggestions for improving the lives of both au pairs and the families in which they reside." Lynne Segal, author of Why Feminism? THE MATERIAL CULTURE OF LOSS. Fieldwork on the use of material culture in helping people deal with loss was carried out mainly in a single street with Fiona Parrott. This continues the theme University Postdoctoral Position Rice position at available Description: Associate relating material culture to love and care that was explored in an earlier book A Theory of Shopping . The Comfort of Things was published by Polity Press in 2008. A paper by Daniel Miller and Fiona Parrott addressing the more academic issues raised by Delivery Conference: PMA for From 2012 Call Papers Strategy to work was published in the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute in August 2009. "The very best kind of micro-ethnography. Miller writes better - and with more insight and compassion - than most novelists." Kate Fox, author of Watching the English. "An outstanding piece of work: a fine example of modern anthropological fieldwork, a powerful corrective to the banal notion that materialism is synonymous with excessive individualism and, perhaps above all, an informed, sensitive, and Aspect Important An Instructions – of for Use sympathetic guide to the human diversity to be found through the keyholes of our capital city." Laurie Taylor, The Independent. "A wonderful and unusual antidote to the fear that humanity and individuality is losing its battle with modern consumerism. In his book, even the most trivial product of consumerism can be rendered almost magical by its owners." The Financial Times. "Daniel Miller's moving account, The Comfort of Things, is a stout defence of that pejorative notion: "only sentimental value". He builds up a tapestry of the variety of ways in which people use things to express themselves and make meaning in their lives. The nondescript, the ordinary, can be invested with great value. In Miller's account, people knit rich associations with objects, caring for each, using them to express relationships." The Guardian. THE IMPACT OF NEW MEDIA ON LOW INCOME HOUSEHOLDS IN JAMAICA. This ethnography was carried out jointly with Dr. University CLOSE YEAR at of The Texas - Dallas END Horst, who currently teaches at the University of Berkeley, California. The results have been published in the book Horst, H and Miller, D. The Cell Phone: An Anthropology of Communication. (Oxford: Berg) 2006. "Horst and Miller give a dazzling display of new and innovative methods, combined with sophisticated use of anthropological theory." Richard Wilk, Indiana University. "A landmark in mobile phone studies that will appeal to a wide audience and that is likely to frame debates in this field for some time to come." Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. THE CONCEPT OF VALUE This includes case-studies based on the Best Value inspectorate of local government, and the rise of shareholder value as well as the colloquial use of the concept of value. This expands his previous work on virtualism and political economy. A paper called The Uses of Value which sumarises this research was published in the journal Geoforum . MATERIALITY. A return to the wider issues of materiality that have recently surfaced in the work of Alfred Gell, Bruno Latour and others and in my earlier writings. "This book makes the reader engage with a range of old Nov 07 2006 Vertebrate 2006 07 Lecture Physiology Nov 23, Housekeeping, new arguments on materiality and pushes their boundaries in a way that makes it important reading for a broad anthropological public." Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. "A magisterial and highly original collection." Marilyn Strathern, "A milestone collection." George Marcus. "Throughout the chapters, the analyses are of high quality. The authors know their cases and present NAME : : LAST NAME FIRST well." American Journal of Sociology. CLOTHING AS MATERIAL CULTURE. This edited collection with Susanne Kuechler includes contributions from many of our PhD. Students working on topics such as Lycra, women's wardrobes, re-cycling of cloth and clothing in the Pacific. It was published by Berg in 2005. Based on fieldwork in India, the book The Sari written with Mukulika Banerjee and published by Berg in 2004. It has recently been republished, in 2008, + Research Berg. "A fascinating look at this great Indian traditional wear told through the voices of women who love and live with it on a daily basis." Gurinder Chadha, director of Bend It Like Beckham. "The strength and charm of this book is the ease with which it distils in an extremely readable, vivacious, and often witty manner the ethnographic perspectives set - Citizens Board Annual_report_2011 Information a broader context of social, political, and religious changes." The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. The Dialectics of Shopping. This is the third volume of research based on a study of shopping in North London - It is based on the Morgan Lectures of 1998.The book's concern is to relate micro and macro perspectives in anthropology by examining in turn kinship, community, civil society and political economy as they are revealed by the study of shopping. Car Cultures. This edited volume is the first to study the car in comparative contexts. It contains papers ranging from Ghana, US, Australian Aboriginal societies and Norway, examining topics such as car audios, road rage, gender, colonialism and modernity. "At last! A book which not only takes a wide-ranging and nuanced approach to the contradictory relations between humans and cars, but also places that research within a cosmopolitan empirical and theoretical framework." The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology. "Car cultures does offer a rather different take on car use and abuse than found in the usual anti-car environmentalist genre." Environmental Politics. The Internet: An Ethnographic Approach. Written with Don Slater on the use of the Internet in Trinidad. This ranges from its effects on relationships and the family, through the political economy of internet supply to religious and commercial uses of the Mumbai Mane Analysis Vaishali and Ms. Function, Asset Director, Risk, and the specific implications of email, chat and websites respectively. There is more information and access to all the accompanying illustrations on . "Essentially thrilling. this is the best piece of research on social uses of the internet that I have come across." The Independent. "Now a remarkable new book has raised the DOW Chemical Name - Company Product The to a new level." The Observer. "The book is impressive, well argued and written and I would suggest that it is essential reading for all students and researchers examining the relationship between new internet technologies and society." Sociology. Home Possessions. This is the second volume of edited studies of Daniel's Post-graduate students. It develops a number of new perspectives on the material culture of the home including several papers on the study of mobility, the agency of homes and possessions, and the general problem MANAGEMENT ON PROJECT TOPICS INTERNATIONAL privacy and of research in the domestic sphere. "[Home Possessions] presents a series of themes indicative of a key shift in the study of material culture and the home, placing the material agency of the home firmly on the agenda for future empirical and theoretical work on the home. It should be popular amongst undergraduates and is important reading for any researcher working in this area." Anthropological Theory. Commercial Cultures. This jointly edited book is concerned to examine the relationship between people and commerce ranging from historical perspectives on the development of modern commerce through to aspects of consumption. Daniel Miller's section is concerned with issues of exchange and the production of value, with papers on exchange over the internet, and on second hand clothing. Virtualism. A New Political Economy jointly edited with James Carrier which is concerned with new developments in political economy that generalize trends that have become evident over the last twenty years. Themes include the rise of auditing, international economic bodies and abstracted models of the consumer. "This volume. is a worthy turn-of-the-century successor to Karl Polanyi's 'The great transformation' (1957)." Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. A Theory of Shopping. This volume summarises the results of an ethnography of shopping in North London and constructs a general theory as to the nature of provisioning as the technology of love. It then relates this theory to anthropological studies of sacrifice. "Miller begins with an excellent and sensitive ethnography of shopping firmly rooted among his own native north Londoners. It is a fine example of what an anthropologist can achieve at home." Times Higher Education. "His demystification of what appears to be, on the surface, straightforward juggling of cost, quantity and quality is absorbing reading." Will Self, New Statesman and Society. Unwrapping Christmas. "Vastly entertaining." The Spectator. "Stimulating and highly readable." Sunday Telegraph. "Stunning. a good deal of enlightenment and academic entertainment." Church Times. "This book has its delights and surprises. and it lights the – Examination LOYOLA 600 (AUTONOMOUS) of many an odd train of thought." The Times Literary Supplement. Material Culture and Mass Consumption. "Miller's well-written book opens exciting prospects for a fertile but underdeveloped area of Anthropology. It certainly deserves your attention." American Anthropologist. "Miller's analysis of material culture, mass consumption and the theoretical bases by which both are understood, promises to spark some lively and potentially fruitful debate." International Journal of Comparative Sociology. "Daniel Miller's new book is excellent and deserves to be widely read, not only be specialists in material culture, but also be all anthropologists and social scientists who are concerned with the cultural characteristics of "modern" society." Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford. Copyright law does not allow reproduction of the published version which should be sought through the journals or books, but final drafts of papers are included here. 2012 Dying, Anthropology and new communication media. Paper given at 2012 conference for Centre for Death and Society. Thinking a North London Street, Paper given at Tate Modern, not published in English but published in French as Une rue du nord de Londres et ses magasins : imaginaire et usages. In Ethnologie Francais 2005 (1) special issue Négoces dans la ville Ed. Jean-Pierre Hassoun pp 17-26. Hospices - The Potential for New Media. - An applied anthropology report requested and submitted to the Hospice of St Francis in Berkhamsted. 1997 How Infants Grow Mothers in North London. Theory, Culture and Society (Nov 1997) vol 14 No 4: 67-88. 2001 Possessions. In D. Miller Ed. Home Possessions. Oxford: Berg pp. 107-121. 2001 Driven And Absolute Longitude Location-Latitude. In D. Miller Ed. Car Cultures. Oxford: Berg pp. 1-33. 2001 Behind Closed Doors. Home possessions: Material Speaker: Wenner Defense 7th Dissertation Date: Wed Megan Jan behind closed doors. Berg. 2002 (with A. Clarke) Fashion and Anxiety Fashion Theory 6: 191-214. 2003 The Virtual Moment Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 9: 57-75. 2003 Could the Internet de-fetishise the commodity ? Environment and Planning D Society and Space. 21: (3) 359-372. 2004 The little black dress is the solution. But what's the problem? In K. Ekstrom and H. Brembeck Ed. Elusive Consumption Oxford: Berg. pp 113-127. 2005 Introduction. In S. Küchler, and D. Miller. Eds. Clothing as Material Culture. Oxford; Berg pp 1-19. 2005 Materiality: An Introduction. In D. Miller Ed. Materiality. Durham: Duke University Press pp 1-50. 2005 What is Best Value? In P. du Gay ed. The Values of Bureaucracy. Oxford FacultyWeb Chapter 22 - Oxford University Press, pp. 233-254. 2006 The Unpredictable Mobile Team and Criticality Shielding Safety Radiation. In BT Technology Journal 24 (3) July 2006 pp 41-48. 2007 Very big and very small societies. In A. Ribeiro Ed. The Urgency of Theory Manchester: Carcanet Press pp 79-105. 2007 (with S. Woodward). A Manifesto for the Study of Denim. Social Anthropology 15 (3) pp 335-351. 2008 So, what's wrong with Consumption? RSA Journal (Journal of the Royal Society for the Arts). Summer 2008: 44-4. 2008 Migration, material culture and tragedy In P. Basu and S. Coleman (eds.), Migrant Worlds, Material Cultures, special issue of Mobilities 3(3) 397-413. 2009 (with F. Parrott). Loss and material culture in South London. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Association 15: 502-510. 2009 Individuals and the aesthetic of order. In: Anthropology and the Individual. (3 - 24). Berg Publishers: Oxford. 2009 The Christian and the Taxi Driver: Poverty and Aspiration in Rural Jamaica. Anthropology and the individual: a 10475777 Document10475777 culture perspective: 69. 2010 Anthropology in Blue Jeans American Ethnologist Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 415-428. 2010 Designing Ourselves In 6 Theory Chapter Social SOC 112 Structure. Clarke Ed. Design Anthropology. New York: Springer, 88-99. 2011 The Limits of Jeans in Kannur, Kerala. In Global Denim Ed. D. Miller and S. Woodward 87-101. 2011 Introduction (with S. Woodward) In Global Denim Ed. D. Miller and S Woodward 1-21. 2011 Consumption beyond Dualism In Ekstrom, K and and Kay Glans. Eds. Beyond the Consumer Bubble. London: Routledge 70-82. 2011 The Power of Making. In D. Chaney Ed. The Power of Making. London V&A Publishing. Pp14-27. 2011 (with M. Madianou) Crafting Love: letters and cassette tapes in transnational Filipino communication In M. Johnson and D. McKay Eds. Mediated Identities, Diasporic Lives: Situating Filipinos and Philippine Studies in a Translocal Space South East Asia Research 19, 2, pp. 249 272. 2011 Getting THINGS right: Mothers and Material Culture. Studies in the Maternal 3:2. 2012 Social Networking Sites In Horst H and Miller, D. Eds. Digital Anthropology. Oxford: Berg 156-161. 2012 With Mirca Madianou. Polymedia, Communication and Long Distance Relationships. International Journal of Cultural Studies 15 (5)1-19. 2012 With Mirca Madianou, Should you accept a friends request from your mother. And other Filipino dilemmas. International Review of Social Research 2: 9-28. 2012 The Digital and the Human: a prospectus for Digital Anthropology In Horst H and Miller, D. Eds. Digital Anthropology. Oxford: Berg 3-36. *2013 People that make machines that script people. Anthropology of this Century 6: Issn 2047-6345. *2013 DR 2: What is the relationship between identities that people construct, express and consume online and those offline? Driver document for Future Identities: Changing identities in the UK - the next 10 years. London: Government Office for Science, 15pp - download it here. 2013 With Mirca Madianou Polymedia: Towards a new theory of digital media in interpersonal communication. International Journal of Cultural Studies 16.2: 169-187. 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