History and Anthropology

(The median citation count of History and Anthropology is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
From the anthropocene to the planthroposcene: Designing gardens for plant/people involution107
Movements upon movements: Refugee and activist struggles to open the Balkan route to Europe36
Keeping to oneself: Hospitality and the magical hoard in the Balga of Jordan22
“Ill‐natured comparisons”: Racism and relativism in European representations of ni‐Vanuata from Cook's second voyage21
From coal to Ukip: the struggle over identity in post-industrial Doncaster21
From Inchoate Pronouns to Proper Nouns: A Theory Fragment with 9/11, Gertrude Stein, and an East German Ethnography18
The origins of the Sikh “look”;: From Guru Gobind to Dalip Singh17
Touching history and making community. The memory of the 1980 Turkish military coup in the 12 September Museum of Shame17
Imperial inventories, “illegal mosques” and institutionalized Islam: Coloniality and the Islamic Community of Bosnia and Herzegovina13
An archive to build a future: The recovery and rediscovery of the history of socialist associations in contemporary Bosnia-Herzegovina12
From sacred history to historical memory and back: The Jewish past12
Samurai Darwinism: Hiroyuki Katô and the reception of Darwin's theory in modern Japan from the 1880s to the 1900s11
From rebellion to democracy: The many lives of Túpac Katari10
After Utopia: Leftist imaginaries and activist politics in the postsocialist world9
Introduction: Textured historicity and the ambivalence of imperial legacies9
Loot's fate18
From Terrorist to Repentant: Who Is the Victim?7
The abandoned seafarer: Networks of care and capture in the global shipping economy7
Hierarchies of trade in Yiwu and Dushanbe: The case of an Uzbek merchant family from Tajikistan7
Whitewashed empire: Historical narrative and place marketing in Vienna7
From chronological to spatio‐temporal histories: mapping heritage in arukwa, área indígena do uaçá, Brazil6
From the sublime to the meticulous: Art, anthropology and Victorian pilgrimage to Palestine6
The ultimate return: Dissent, apostolic succession, and the renewed ministry of roman catholic women priests5
Repetition and uncanny temporalities: Armenians and the recurrence of genocide in the Levant5
Born Archival: The Ebb and Flow of Digital Documents from the Field5
From “Dead Things” to Immutable, Combinable Mobiles: H.D. Skinner, the Otago Museum and University and the Governance of Māori Populations5
An economic theology of wealth: A perspective from central India5
1968 and its other worlds: Global events and (anti-)state dynamics in France, Mozambique and Vanuatu4
Shrine diplomacy: Turkey’s quest for a post-Kemalist identity4
Different repetitions: Anthropological engagements with figures of return, recurrence and redundancy4
The Virgin Mary of Algeria: French Mediterraneans En Miroir4
Experience-sharing as feminist praxis: Imagining a future of collective care3
Cataloguing the countryside: Agricultural glossaries from colonial India13
Introduction: From travel writing to ethnography3
Traces of empire: Architectural heritage, imperial memory and post-war reconstruction in Sarajevo and Beirut3
Articulations of inferiority: From pre-colonial to post-colonial paternalism in tourism and development among the indigenous Bushmen of Southern Africa3
Humanitarian affect: Islam, aid and emotional impulse in northern Pakistan3
The olive and imaginaries of the Mediterranean3
Habsburg coffeehouses in the shadow of the empire: Revisiting nostalgia in Trieste3
Black-and-White Photography in Batcham: From a Golden Age to Decline (1970–1990)3
‘Carried off in their hundreds’: Epidemic diseases as structural violence among Indigenous peoples in Northwestern Australia3
The Erasure of the Middle Ages from Anthropology's Intellectual Genealogy3
Confraternal religion: from liberation theology to political reversal3
Sanitizing Szigetvár: On the post-imperial fashioning of nationalist memory3
Repetition in the work of a Samoan Christian theologian: Or, what does it mean to speak of the Perfect Pig of God?2
Sombre faces: Race and nation-building in the institutionalization of Czech physical anthropology (1890s–1920s)2
Douglas Grant and Rudolf Marcuse: Wartime encounters at the edge of art2
On the banality of paperwork and the brutality of judicial bureaucracy in Myanmar2
From Hope to Escape: Post‐Soviet Russian Memory and Identity2
Beyond nostalgia: Other historical emotions2
From three Ottoman gates to three Serbian sites of memory: The performative rewriting of Belgrade from 1878 until today2
The emancipatory promise of cooperatives in a historical perspective: Evidence from an ice-cream factory in France2
‘With the consent of the tribe:’ Marking lands on Tanna and Erromango, New Hebrides2
Reclaiming the land: belonging, landscape, andin situdisplacement on the plain of Karditsa (Greece)2
Motivation and Justification from Dreams: Muslim Decision‐Making Strategies in Punjab, Pakistan2
From riches to rags: Dismantling hierarchy in kalauna2
Anthropology of/as repetition2
Creating and dissolving social groups from New Guinea to New York: on the overheating of bounded corporate entities in contemporary global capitalism2
The good and the bad of the same: On the political value of historical repetition in Angola2
Voices of observation and styles of representation in nineteenth-century sociographic journalism2
Reflections on Objects, Spirits and Photographs from a Present Becoming Damaged Future2
Captive afterlives in the age of mass conviction2
Mapping the once and future strait: Place, time, and Torres Strait from the sixteenth century to the Pleistocene2