Gareth Hamilton

2012 Plural gifting of singular importance: Mass-gifts and sociality among precarious product promoters in eastern Germany. Social Anthropology, Volume 20, Issue 2, May 2012, Pages 145-160

2011. From Predators to Icons: Exposing the Myth of the Business Hero. By Michel Villette and Catherine Vuillermot (Review). Anthropology of Work Review. Wiley Online Library

2011 Selling, yet still social: The continuing rhetorical importance of a consociational personhood among the self-employed in eastern Germany. PhD theses.

2010 Guest editors of special edition of the Durham anthropology journal: Beyond postsocialism: creativity, moral resistance and change in the corners of Eurasia. Durham anthropology journal.

2010 Rediscovering our shared qualities in ever-changing situations: why postsocialist anthropologists should (and do) study rhetoric. Durham anthropology journal.


Aivita Putniņa

2013 Bioethics and power: Informed consent procedures in post-socialist LatviaSocial Science and Medicine. Apr 3. pii: S0277-9536(13)00209-8. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2013.03.040. 

2012 Mezinska, S., Mileiko, I., Putnina, A. Sharing Responsibility in Gamete Donation: Balancing Relations and New Knowledge in Latvia. Medicine Studies. 3 (3), 185-196. DOI: 10.1007/s12376-011-0071-7

2011 Latvijas iedzīvotāju reproduktīvā veselība. Pārskats par situāciju 2003.-2011. Biedrība "Papardes zieds". 

2012 Xenotransplantation as policy problem: Comparing public debate and policies in an international perspective. Xenotransplantation, Vol. 19, 1: 15.

2011 Invisible families - imagining relations in families based on same-sex partnerships. Recasting Anthropological Knowledge. Eds. J. Edwards, M.P. Šteger. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 106-125.

2011 Hansson, K., Lundin, S., Kaleja, J.  Putnina, A.,  Idvall, M. Framing the public: The policy process around xenotransplantation in Latvia and Sweden 1970-2004. Science and Public Policy, Volume 38, Issue 8, October 2011, Pages 629-637

2011 Aivita Putniņa, Zane Linde. Mazu bērnu tiesību aizsardzības sistēmas izvērtējums. Nodibinājums “Centrs Dardedze”.

2011 Managing trust and risk in new biotechnologies: the case of population genome project and organ transplantation in Latvia. In Exploring Central and Eastern Europe’s Biotechnological Landscape. Robbins, Peter (Ed.) Springer

2011 Transformations of the House of Culture in Civil Society: A Case study of Rural Women's Culture Projects in Latvia. In Reconstructing the House of Culture: Community, Self, and the Makings of Culture in Russia and Beyond. Eds. B. Donahoe, J.O. Habeck. Berghahn Books. pp. 213-237.

2007, 2009 author, editor: Health And Violence: A Study On The Situation In Latvia. WHO, Ministry of Health.

2008 (ar L. Zīverti) Neredzamās viena dzimuma partneru ģimenes Latvijā.

2008 Genoma izpētes projekta Latvijā sabiedriskie aspekti/ Population genome project in Latvia 2008

2007 Sexuality, Masculinity and Homophobia: The Latvian Case. In Beyond the Pink Curtain. Everyday Life of LGBT People in Eastern Europe. Ed. R. Kuhar, J. Takacs


Agnese Cimdiņa

2012 Cimdiņa, Agnese, Raubiško, Ieva. Cilvēks un darbs Latvijas laukos: sociālantropoloģisks skatījums. Rīga: Apgāds Zinātne, 192 lpp., 4 kartes.

2010 Ethnography as a bridge to business and ritual. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting 2010, New Orlean, 17-21th November.

2010 Hinder or advantage? Interpretation of the law in the context of international entrepreneurship. 11th EASA Biennial Conference: Maynooth, Ireland 24-27th August.

2008 The Notion of Embeddedness and its Relevance in Modern Market Economies. 10th Biennal EASA conference Experiencing diversity and mutuality , Ljubljana, 26 -29 August.

2008 Traditional Anthropologist in Non-Traditional Field Site.Newer Anthropological Theory, University of Oslo, June 2008.