Here you can find a list of relevant publications produced by AnthroCrime members.
- Karpiak, Kevin G. 2020. “What Is the ‘Work’ in ‘Police Work’?” Society for the Anthropology of Work, 1–7. https://doi.org/10.21428/1d6be30e.e70cf108.
- Karpiak, Kevin G., and William Garriott, eds. 2018. The Anthropology of Police. 1st ed. Oxon, UK: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-91965-5.
- Karpiak, Kevin G., and William Garriott. 2018. “Introduction: Disciplines, Fields, and Problems.” In The Anthropology of Police, edited by Kevin G. Karpiak and William Garriott. London: Routledge.
- Karpiak, Kevin G. 2018. “Time, Regained.” Somatosphere: Science, Medicine, and Anthropology. http://somatosphere.net/2018/time-regained.html/
- Karpiak, Kevin G. 2016. “No Longer Merely ‘Good to Think’: The New Anthropology of Police as Mode of Critical Thought.” Theoretical Criminology 20 (4): 419–29. https://doi.org/10.1177/1362480616659807
- Karpiak, Kevin G. 2016.“The Anthropology of Police” in The SAGE Handbook of Global Policing, Ian Loader, Ben Bradford, Beatrice Jauregui, Jonny Steinberg (eds.) Sage: Oxford.
- Karpiak, Kevin G. 2016. “Terreur, Terroir, Terrasse: Vectors of Police and Public in France after Charlie Hebdo and Le Bataclan.” Anthropology Now 8 (2): 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1080/19428200.2016.1202610)
- Mutsaers, Paul, Jennie Simpson, and Kevin G. Karpiak. 2015. “The Anthropology of Police as Public Anthropology.” American Anthropologist 117 (4): 786–89. https://doi.org/10.1111/aman.12372.
- Karpiak, Kevin G. 2015. “Postscript to ‘Of Heroes and Polemics: The “Policeman” in Urban Ethnography.’” Political and Legal Anthropology Review Online. 2015. http://polarjournal.org/2015-virtual-edition-kevin-karpiak/
- Karpiak, Kevin. 2013. “Adjusting the Police: state, society and the distance of just violence in contemporary France.” In Policing and Contemporary Governance: the anthropology of police in practice, edited by William Garriott. New York: Palgrave
- Karpiak, Kevin. 2010. “Of Heroes and Polemics: the figure of ‘The Policeman’ in urban ethnography.” PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, Vol. 33, Number S1, pps. 7–31. Special Issue on “Disciplinary Edges”
- Kuldova, T. 2019. How outlaws win friends and influence people. Springer.
- Hall, S., Kuldova, T., & Horsley, M. (Eds.). 2020. Crime, Harm and Consumerism. Routledge.
- Yonucu, Deniz. 2021. “Counterinsurgency in Istanbul: provocative counterorganization, violent interpellation and sectarian fears.” British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 1-19.
- Yonucu, Deniz. 2018. “Urban Vigilantism: A Study of Anti‐Terror Law, Politics and Policing in Istanbul.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 42, no. 3, 408-422.
- Yonucu, Deniz. 2018. “The absent present law: An ethnographic study of legal violence in Turkey.” Social & Legal Studies 27, no. 6, 716-733.
- Gönen, Zeynep, and Deniz Yonucu. 2011. “Legitimizing violence and segregation: Neoliberal discourses on crime and criminalization of urban poor populations in Turkey.” in Bourke, A., Dafnos, T., & Kip, M. (Eds.). Lumpen-city: Discourses of marginality/marginalizing discourses. Red Quill Books: 75-103.
- Yonucu, Deniz. 2008. “A Story of a Squatter Neighborhood: From the place of the” dangerous classes” to the” place of danger”.” Berkeley Journal of Sociology, 50-72.
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