Journal Articles

Reeves, M. (2016). ‘”And Our Words Must Be Constructive!” On the Discordances of Glasnost’ in the Central Asian Provincial Press at a Time of Conflict.’ Cahiers d’Asie centrale 26 (1): 77-1

Reeves, M. (2016). ‘Diplomat, Landlord, Con-artist, Thief: Housing Brokers and the Mediation of Risk in Migrant Moscow.’ The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology, 34 (2): 93-109.

Ривз, М. [Reeves, M.] (2016) Sled, traektoriia, tochka davleniia: kak pereosmyslit’ “regional’nye issledovaniia” v epokhu migratsii [Trace, Trajectory, Pressure Point: Re-imagining ‘Area Studies’ in an Age of Migration]. Антропологический Форум 28 (2016): 97-116.

Reeves, M. (2016) ‘Infrastructural hope: Anticipating ‘independent roads’ and territorial integrity in southern Kyrgyzstan’. Ethnos (online first, no pagination).

Reeves, M. (2015) ‘Living from the nerves: deportability, indeterminacy and the feel of law in migrant Moscow.’ Social Analysis 59 (4): 119-136.

Laszczkowski, M. and Reeves, M. (2015) ‘Introduction: Affective States–Entanglements, Suspensions, Suspicions.’ Social Analysis 59 (4): 1-14  (Special issue on Affective States, co-edited with Mateusz Laszczkowski).

Reeves, M. (2014) “‘We’re with the people!’ Place, nation, and political community in Kyrgyzstan’s 2010 ‘April Events’”. Anthropology of East Europe Review 32 (2): 68-88.

Reeves, M. (2014) ‘Roads of hope and dislocation: infrastructure and the remaking of territory at a Central Asian border’. Ab Imperio 15 (3): 235-256.

Ривс, М. [Reeves, M.] (2014) Антропология Средней Азии через десять лет после «состояния поля» : стакан наполовину полон или наполовину пуст? [The Anthropology of Central Asian a Decade After ‘The State of the Field’: A Cup Half Full or Half Empty?’] Антропологический Форум, 20 (1): 60-79. Available in English here

Reeves, M. (2014) ‘Afterword: Neoliberal Opportunism.’ Anthropology Matters, 15 (1): 141-150.

Reeves, M. (2013) ‘Clean Fake: Authenticating Documents and Persons in Migrant Moscow’. American Ethnologist, 40 (3): 508-524.

Harvey, P., M. Reeves and E. Ruppert (2013) ‘Anticipating failure: transparency devices and their effects.’ Journal of Cultural Economy, 6 (3): 294-312.

Ривс, М. [Reeves, M.] (2012) ‘Миграция, маскулинность и трансформации социального пространства в долине Соха, Узбекистан’ [Migration, masculinity and transformations in social space in the Sokh valley, Uzbekistan]. Этнографическое обозрение 4: 32-50.

Reeves, M. (2012) ‘Black work, green money: remittances, ritual and domestic economies in southern Kyrgyzstan’. Slavic Review, 71 (1): 108-134.

Reeves, M. (2011) ‘Introduction: contested trajectories and a dynamic approach to place.’ Central Asian Survey, 30 (3-4): 307-330.

Reeves, M. (2011) ‘Staying put? Towards a relational politics of mobility at a time of migration.’ Central Asian Survey, 30 (3-4): 555-576.

Reeves, M. (2011) ‘Fixing the border: on the affective life of the state in Kyrgyzstan’. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 29 (5): 905-923.

Reeves, M. (2009) ‘Materialising state space: ‘Creeping migration’ and territorial integrity in Southern Kyrgyzstan’. Europe-Asia Studies, 61 (7): 1277-1313

Ривз, М. [Reeves, M.] (2009) По ту сторону экономического детерминизма: микродинамика миграции из сельского Кыргызстана [Beyond economic determinism: microdynamics of migration from rural Kyrgyzstan] Неприкосновенный запас 4 (66) : 262-280

Reeves, M. (2009) ‘Unstable objects: corpses, checkpoints and “chessboard borders” in the Ferghana valley’. Anthropology of East Europe Review, Vol. 25 (1): 72-84

Reeves, M. (2008) ‘Materializing borders.’ Anthropology News, Vol. 49 (5), May 2008: 12-13

Reeves, M. (2005) ‘Locating danger: konfliktologiia and the search for fixity in the Ferghana Valley borderlands.’ Central Asian Survey, Vol. 24 (1): 67-81

Reeves, M. (2005) ‘Of Credits, Kontrakty and Critical Thinking: Encountering “Market Reforms” in Kyrgyzstani Higher Education.’ European Education Research Journal, Vol.4 (1): 5-21

Reeves, M. (2004) ‘Academic Integrity and its Limits in Kyrgyzstan.’ International Higher Education 35, Autumn 2004: 36-39.

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Madeleine Reeves

About Madeleine Reeves

I came to Social Anthropology through a roundabout route via the study of Social and Political Sciences and Russian history. After working for two years in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan and retraining as an anthropologist through an MPhil and PhD at the University of Cambridge I joined the University of Manchester in 2007 as an RCUK Research Fellow in Conflict, Cohesion and Change. In 2012 I joined the Social Anthropology discipline area as a Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology.