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A Comparative Anthropology of Conscience, Ethics and Human Rights

Publications

One is the biggest number: Dissent as estrangement from totality

Author(s): Oustinova-Stjepanovic, G
Published in: American Ethnologist - Collections, 2019

Introduction: Futile political gestures

Author(s): Oustinova-Stjepanovic, G
Published in: Anthropological Theory Commons, 2020

The Intimacy of Dissent

Author(s): Kelly, Tobias
Published in: American Ethnologist website - Collections, 2019

Introduction: Anthropological Perspectives on the Intimate Life of Dissent.

Author(s): Kelly, Tobias
Published in: American Ethnologist website - Collections, 2019

Include Us Out.

Author(s): Kelly, Tobias
Published in: Scottish Review of Books, 2018

Tracing Conscience in a Time of War: Archiving a History of Dissent in Sri Lanka, 1960s-2000s.

Author(s): Amarasuriya, Harini and Jonathan Spencer
Published in: American Ethnologist -Collections, 2019

Being a Friend and Being an Enemy

Author(s): Maunaguru, Sidharthan
Published in: American Ethnologist - Collections, 2019

The Ashers Case Raises Questions Over the Weight We Should Give to Deeply Held Convictions in Public Life.

Author(s): Kelly, Tobias
Published in: Holyrood Magazine, 2018

Pacifist futility

Author(s): Kelly, T
Published in: Anthropological Theory Commons, 2020

Futile engagements

Author(s): Oustinova-Stjepanovic, G
Published in: Anthropological Theory Commons, 2020

Conscience amidst the populist uproar: Tamil dissidents, politics and popular ideologies

Author(s): Maunaguru, S
Published in: Cultural Anthropology's Hot Spots, Issue March 16th 2021, 2021

Being a friend: Ethical living in politics

Author(s): Maunaguru, S
Published in: American Ethnologist - Collections, 2019

Pacifist utopias: Humanitarianism, tragedy and complicity in the Second World War

Author(s): Kelly, T
Published in: Social Anthropology, Issue 29, 2021, Page(s) 35-51, ISSN 0000-0000
DOI: 10.1111/1469-8676.12979

End of organized atheism. The genealogy of the law on freedom of conscience and its conceptual effects in Russia

Author(s): Galina Oustinova-Stjepanovic
Published in: History and Anthropology, Issue 31/5, 2020, Page(s) 600-617, ISSN 0275-7206
DOI: 10.1080/02757206.2019.1684271

Beyond ethics: Conscience, pacifism, and the political in wartime Britain

Author(s): Tobias Kelly
Published in: HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, Issue 8/1-2, 2018, Page(s) 114-128, ISSN 2575-1433
DOI: 10.1086/698431

Introduction: Whose civility?

Author(s): Sharika Thiranagama, Tobias Kelly, Carlos Forment
Published in: Anthropological Theory, Issue 18/2-3, 2018, Page(s) 153-174, ISSN 1463-4996
DOI: 10.1177/1463499618780870

A Divided Conscience

Author(s): Tobias Kelly
Published in: Public Culture, Issue 30/3, 2018, Page(s) 367-392, ISSN 0899-2363
DOI: 10.1215/08992363-6912091

The potential for civility: British pacifists in the Second World War

Author(s): Tobias Kelly
Published in: Anthropological Theory, Issue 18/2-3, 2018, Page(s) 198-216, ISSN 1463-4996
DOI: 10.1177/1463499617744475

End of organized atheism. The genealogy of the law on freedom of conscience and its conceptual effects in Russia

Author(s): Galina Oustinova-Stjepanovic
Published in: History and Anthropology, Issue Online first, 2019, Page(s) 1-18, ISSN 0275-7206
DOI: 10.1080/02757206.2019.1684271

Justice, conscience, and war in Imperial Britain

Author(s): Kelly, T
Published in: PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, Issue 43(2), 2020, Page(s) 319-333, ISSN 1555-2934
DOI: 10.1111/plar.12375