Megan Moodie
Megan Moodie
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, UC Santa Cruz
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Enter microcredit: A new culture of women's empowerment in Rajasthan?
M Moodie
American Ethnologist 35 (3), 454-465, 2008
Microfinance and the gender of risk: The case of Kiva. org
M Moodie
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 38 (2), 279-302, 2013
We Were Adivasis
M Moodie
We Were Adivasis, 2015
Mutant Neoliberalism: Market Rule and Political Rupture
Balibar, S Brandes, W Brown, M Cooper, J Elyachar, M Feher, ...
Fordham University Press, 2019
“Why Can't You Say You Are from Bangladesh?”: Demographic Anxiety and Hindu Nationalist Common Sense in the Aftermath of the 2008 Jaipur Bombings
M Moodie
Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 17 (5), 531-559, 2010
Upward mobility in a forgotten tribe: Notes on the" creamy layer" problem
M Moodie
Focaal 2013 (65), 23-32, 2013
Textual Evidence for the Perfunctoriness of Independent Medical Reviews.
A Brasoveanu, M Moodie, R Agrawal
KiML@ KDD, 1-9, 2020
Bureaucratic Literacy and the Politics of Complaint: Untold Story from Rajasthan
M Moodie
Economic and Political Weekly, 71-75, 2013
Culture or freedom? The gendered intimacies of modernization in Rajasthan, India
MC Moodie
University of California, Santa Cruz, 2006
8. Feminist Theory Redux: Neoliberalism’s Public-Private Divide
M Moodie, L Rofel
Mutant Neoliberalism, 215-243, 2019
Feminist theory and reproduction
M Moodie
Handbook of Political Anthropology, 312-330, 2018
7. Of Contracts and Kaliyuga
M Moodie
We Were Adivasis, 151-170, 2015
In the Shadows of the State: Indigenous Politics, Environmentalism, and Insurgency in Jharkhand, India. Alpa Shah. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2010. 288 pp.
M Moodie
American Ethnologist 41 (1), 197-198, 2014
Enter Microcredit: A New Culture of Women’s
M Moodie
Why Do You Need This New Edition of Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective?, 410, 0
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