Ethnographic literature

Schnegg, Michael. 2016. “Collective Foods: Situating Food on the Continuum of Private-Common Property Regimes.”  Current Anthropology 57 (5):683-689. Download the PDF here.

Schnegg, Michael, and Richard Dimba Kiaka. 2018. “Subsidized elephants: Community-based resource governance and environmental (in)justice in Namibia.”  Geoforum 93:105-115. Download the PDF here.

Schnegg, M., J. Pauli, and Clemens Greiner. 2013. “Pastoral Belonging: causes and consequences of part-time pastoralism in Northwestern Namibia.” In Pastoralism in Africa: Past, Present and Future, edited by M. Bollig, M. Schnegg and H. P. Wotzka, 341-362. Oxford: Berghahn.

Pauli, Julia. 2011. “Celebrating Distinctions: Common and Conspicuous Weddings in Rural Namibia.” Ethnology 50 (2): 153-167.

Pauli, Julia. 2019. The Decline of Marriage in Namibia: Kinship and Social Class in a Rural Community. Bielefeld: Transcript.

Sullivan, Sian, and Chris Low. 2014. “Shades of the Rainbow Serpent? A KhoeSan Animal between Myth and Landscape in Southern Africa—Ethnographic Contextualisations of Rock Art Representations”. Arts 3 (2):215.

Hannis, Mike, and Sian Sullivan. 2018. “Relationality, Reciprocity, and Flourishing in an African Landscape.” In That All May Flourish: Comparative Religious Environmental Ethics, edited by L. Hartman, 171-190. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sullivan, S. 1999. “Folk and formal, local and national: Damara cultural knowledge and community-based conservation in southern Kunene, Namibia.” Cimbebasia 15:1-28.

Widlok, Thomas. 2013. “Sharing: Allowing others to take what is valued.”  HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 3 (2):11-31. Download the PDF here.