Many of the participants in the Field Program in European Studies have gone on to publish their work in our Anthropology Department's Research Report Series and in notable scholarly journals.  

Pi-Sunyer, Oriol, ed.

2005. The Organization of Diversity: Essays on a Changing Europe. A Collection in Honor of John W. Cole. Research Reports No. 31 Department of Anthropology University of Massachuetts Amherst.

Agustin, Laura

2003. A Migrant World of Services. Social Politics 10(3). In Press.

Heller, Chaia

2002. From Scientific Risk to Paysan Savoir-Faire: Peasant Expertise in the French and Global Debate of GM Crops. Science as Culture 11(1): 5-37.

Keough, Leyla

2004. Driven Women: Reconceptualizing women in traffic through the case of Gagauz Mobile Domestic Laborers in Istanbul. Focaal: European Journal of Anthropology forthcoming.

Wallace, Dickie

2003. Establishing a Public Sphere in a Croatian Borderland. Anthropology of East European Review 21(2) Autumn: 95-102.

Zibbell, Jon E.

2004. "Can the Lunatics Actually Take Over the Asylum: Reconfiguring Subjectivity and Neoliberal Governance in Contemporary British Drug Policy." International Journal of Drug Policy . 15(1):55-65.