Walter Little

Walter E. Little

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Cultural Anthropology
https://www.albany.edu/anthropology
Professor of Cultural Anthropology, SUNY, University at Albany, Department of Anthropology
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    PostedFriday, June 10, 2022 at 1:19 PM
    Lynne Milgram and I were Interviewed on the podcast Mergers & Acquisitions: exchanges in and beyond economic anthropology, “Exploring Social Entrepreneurship Across Geographical Spaces: A Conversation with Walter Little & Lynne Milgram” (https://podcast.econanthro.org/2021/09/09/exploring-social-entrepreneurship-across-geographical-spaces-a-conversation-with-walter-little-lynne-milgram/). Aired on Sept 9, 2021.
    Lynne Milgram and I were Interviewed on the podcast Mergers & Acquisitions: exchanges in and beyond economic anthropology, “Exploring Social Entrepreneurship Across Geographical Spaces: A Conversation with Walter Little & Lynne Milgram” (https://podcast.econanthro.org/2021/09/09/exploring-social-entrepreneurship-across-geographical-spaces-a-conversation-with-walter-little-lynne-milgram/). Aired on Sept 9, 2021.
    PostedMonday, July 26, 2021 at 4:28 PM
    Cris Panella and I have edited the book, Norms and Illegality: Intimate Ethnographies and Politics (https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781793646316/Norms-and-Illegality-Intimate-Ethnographies-and-Politics), with contributions by Florence Babb, Isabella Clough Marinaro, Michael Herzfeld, Gordon Mathews, Lorelei Mendoza, Lynne Milgram, Alan Smart, Andrew Walsh, and Rudi Colloredo-Mansfeld. It explores liminal and illegal practices in relation to political control and cultural normativity. The contributors draw on years of ethnographic experiences in Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Italy, Madagascar, Mali, Philippines, and Thailand to study the contradictions of what is legal and illegal. The contributors shed light on moral economies and frames of value entailed in systems of representation that have been set up by individuals who are deemed illegal, liminal, or deviant in their confrontations with the state.
    Cris Panella and I have edited the book, Norms and Illegality: Intimate Ethnographies and Politics (https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781793646316/Norms-and-Illegality-Intimate-Ethnographies-and-Politics), with contributions by Florence Babb, Isabella Clough Marinaro, Michael Herzfeld, Gordon Mathews, Lorelei Mendoza, Lynne Milgram, Alan Smart, Andrew Walsh, and Rudi Colloredo-Mansfeld. It explores liminal and illegal practices in relation to political control and cultural normativity. The contributors draw on years of ethnographic experiences in Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Italy, Madagascar, Mali, Philippines, and Thailand to study the contradictions of what is legal and illegal. The contributors shed light on moral economies and frames of value entailed in systems of representation that have been set up by individuals who are deemed illegal, liminal, or deviant in their confrontations with the state.
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