Area(s) of Specialization:
Population politics, especially low fertility; cultural politics of race, gender and class, particularly as related to reproduction; social memory and historical anthropology; economic anthropology; global families; ethnography and writing culture; immigration; Italy and U.S.
In Press Tight Knit: Global Families and the Social Life of Fast Fashion. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (expected June 2018).
2009 Unraveled: A Weaver’s Tale of Life Gone Modern. Berkeley: University of California Press.
2005 A Crisis of Births: Population Politics and Family-Making in Italy. Case Studies on Contemporary Social Issues. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
Articles and Chapters
In Press Krause, Elizabeth L., and Massimo Bressan. Circulating Children, Underwriting Capitalism: Chinese Global Households and Italian Fast-Fashion. Current Anthropology (expected summer 2018).
In Press Krause, Elizabeth L. Reproduction in Retrospective, Or What’s All the Fuss over Low Fertility? In International Handbook on Gender and Demographic Processes, Springer Series on Population. Nancy E. Riley and Jan Brunson, editors (expected March 2018).
2017 Krause, Elizabeth L., and Massimo Bressan. Via Gramsci: Hegemony and Wars of Position in the Streets of Prato. International Gramsci Journal 2(3):31–66. Special issue on Gramsci and Anthropology: A “Round Trip.”
2017 Bressan, Massimo, and Elizabeth L. Krause. La cultural del controllo: Letture subaltern di un conflito urbano. Antropologia, December 2017: 131–151.
2016 Gubrium, Aline C., Alice Fiddian-Green, Kasey Jernigan, and Elizabeth L. Krause. Bodies As Evidence: Mapping New Terrain for Teen Pregnancy and Parenting. Global Public Health 11(5–6)
2015 Krause, Elizabeth L. “Fistful of Tears”: Encounters with Transnational Affect, Chinese Immigrants and Italian Fast Fashion. Cambio 5(10): 27–40. Special Issue on Work and Difference, edited by Massimo Bressan and Sebastiano Ceschi.
2015 Krause, Elizabeth L., and Silvia De Zordo. Ethnography and Biopolitics: Tracing “Rationalities” of Reproduction across the North-South Divide. Introduction to Reproduction and Biopolitics: Ethnographies of Governance, “Irrationality” and Resistance, Silvia De Zordo and Milena Marchesi, eds. Pp. 1–16. London: Routledge. [Reprint.]
2015 Krause, Elizabeth L. The Value of Money: A Fresh Glimpse of Globalization and the Case of Prato. Prato Storia & Arte 117 (June):100–110. Prato: Fondazione Cassa Risparmio di Prato.
2015 C. Marjorie Aelion, Aline Gubrium, Felicity Aulino, Elizabeth L. Krause, Thomas Leatherman. Bridging Graduate Education in Public Health and the Liberal Arts. American Journal of Public Health 105:S78-S82.
2014 Aline Gubrium, Elizabeth L. Krause, and Kasey Jernigan. Strategic Authenticity and Voice: New Ways of Seeing and Being Seen as Young Mothers through Digital Storytelling. Sexuality Research and Social Policy 11:337–347.
2014 Bressan, Massimo, and Elizabeth L. Krause. “Ho un luogo dove lavoro e un luogo dove abito.” Diversità e separazione in un distretto industriale in transizione (“I have a place where I work and a place where I live”: Diversity and Separation in an Industrial District in Transition), Mondi Migranti 8(1): 59–81.
2013 Krause, Elizabeth L. and Anurag Sharma. “Calling the Question”: The Politics of Time in a Time of Polarized Politics. Cambio 3(6): 13–26.