List of Publications

Selected publications 1970-2000, full list from 2001.

a. Books/ Whole works

1980
(With H.A. Turner et al)
The Last Colony: But Whose?
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
xv, 215p.

1982
The Political Economy of West African Agriculture
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
ix, 226p.

1989
(Editor)
Women and the Sexual Division of Labour in the Caribbean
University of the West Indies Press, Consortium Graduate School, Kingston
141p.
New edition: Canoe Press, 1996 148p.

1993
(Editor with A. Grimshaw)
C.L.R. James, American Civilization
Blackwell, Oxford
385p.

1993 (1996 2nd edition)
(With A. Grimshaw)
Anthropology and the Crisis of the Intellectuals
Prickly Pear pamphlet no.1
Prickly Pear Press, Cambridge
53p.

1995
(Editor with J. Lewis)
Why Angola Matters
J. Currey, London (in association with Cambridge University’s African Studies Centre)
191p.

2000
(with G. Munro)
‘The Highland problem’: state and community in local development
Arkleton Research Papers No. 1, Aberdeen
49p.

2000
The Memory Bank: money in an unequal world
Profile Books, London
ix, 340p.

Re-published 2001 as
Money in an Unequal World: Keith Hart and his memory bank
Texere, New York and London
ix, 341p.

2003
Studying World Society as a Vocation
Goldsmiths Anthropology Research Papers No. 9, London
23p.

2004
(Editor with J. Bryden)
A New Approach to Rural Development in Europe: Germany, Greece, Scotland, Sweden
Mellen Studies in Geography Volume 9
Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston NY
xxvii, 403p.

2005
The Hit Man’s Dilemma: or business, personal and impersonal
University of Chicago Press for Prickly Paradigm Press, Chicago
117p.

2009 Editor with C. Hann Market and Society: The Great Transformation Today, Cambridge University Press.

(in preparation) The African revolution: Africa in the 21st century world, Polity Press, Cambridge

(in preparation) with C. Hann Economic Anthropology: a short history, Polity Press, Cambridge.

(in preparation) Editor with J-L. Laville and A. D. Cattani The Human economy: a practical guide, Polity Press, Cambridge (was Dictionnaire de l’autre économie, Gallimard, Paris, 2006)

b. Chapters in books

1975
Swindler or public benefactor? The entrepreneur in his community
In J. Goody (ed)
Changing Social Structure of Modern Ghana
International African Institute, London
1-35p.

1978
The economic basis of Tallensi social history in the early twentieth century
In G. Dalton (ed)
Research in Economic Anthropology Vol. 1
JAI Press, Greenwich, Conn.
185-216p.

1982
On commoditization
In E. Goody (ed)
From Craft to Industry
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
166-185p.

1983
The contribution of Marxism to economic anthropology
In S. Ortiz (ed)
Economic Anthropology: Topics and Theories
Universities of America Press, Lanham
105-144p.

1987
The informal economy (Revised for new edition 2007)

In J. Eatwell, M. Milgate and P. Newman (eds)
The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economic Theory and Doctrine Vol. 2
Macmillan, London
845-46p.

1987
Commoditisation and the standard of living
In A. Sen (G. Hawthorn ed)
The Standard of Living
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
70-93p.

1987
Rural-urban migration in West Africa
In J. Eades (ed)
Migrants, Workers and the Social Order
Tavistock, London
65-81p.

1988
Kinship, contract and trust: the economic organisation of migrants in an African city slum
In D. Gambetta (ed)
Trust: Making and Breaking Co-operative Relations
Blackwell, Oxford
176-193p.
Reprinted 2003 in E. Khalil (ed) Trust, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

1989
The sexual division of labour
In Hart (ed)
Women and the Sexual Division of Labour in the Caribbean
University of the West Indies Press, Consortium Graduate School of Social Sciences, Kingston
13-34p.

1990
The idea of economy: six modern dissenters
In R Friedland and A.F. Robertson (eds)
Beyond the Marketplace: Rethinking Economy and Society
Aldine de Gruyter, New York
137-160p.

1992
Market and state after the Cold War: the informal economy reconsidered
In R. Dilley (ed)
Contesting Markets
Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh
214-227p.

1994
Entreprise africaine et l’économie informelle
In S. Ellis & Y. Fauré (eds)
Entreprise et Entrepreneurs Africains
Karthala, Paris
115-124p.

1995
(With A. Grimshaw)
The rise and fall of scientific ethnography
In A. Ahmed and C. Shore (eds)
The Future of Anthropology
Athlone Press, London
46-64p.

1995
Angola and the world order: the political economy of integration and division
In K. Hart and J. Lewis (eds)
Why Angola Matters
J. Currey, London
168-172p.

1997
Anthropology is a generalising science or it is nothing. For the motion (1)
In T. Ingold (ed)
Key Debates in Anthropology
Routledge, London
21-25p.

1999
Foreword
In R. Rappaport
Ritual and Religion in the Making of Humanity
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
xiv-xxp.

2000
(with J. Bryden)
Land, people and planning: an issue of stewardship?
In R. Crofts et al (eds)
The Future for the Environment in Scotland: resetting the agenda?
Tuckwell Press, Edinburgh
164-180p.

2001
Cultural critique in anthropology
In Neil J Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds)
International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Vol.5
Elsevier, New York
3037-41p.

2002
World society as an old regime
In C. Shore and S. Nugent (eds)
Elite Cultures: anthropological perspectives
Routledge, London
p.22-36

2003
Epilogue
In T. H. Eriksen (ed)
Globalisation: studies in anthropology
Pluto, London
217-227p.

2004
Jack Goody
In V. Amit (ed)
Biographical Dictionary of Social and Cultural Anthropology
Routledge, New York
204-6p.

2004
Raymond T. Smith.
In V. Amit (ed)
Biographical Dictionary of Social and Cultural Anthropology
472-4p.

2004
Peter Worsley
In V. Amit (ed)
Biographical Dictionary of Social and Cultural Anthropology
565-7p.

2004
The political economy of food in an unequal world
In Marianne Lien and Brigitte Nerlich (eds)
Politics of Food
Berg, Oxford
199-220p.

2004
Notes on the counter-revolution
In K. Brown (ed)
La Guerre en Iraq: de la crise au chaos
Ibis Press, Paris
102-107p.

2004
Epilogue
In D. Drackle and I. Edgar (eds)
Current Policies and Practices in European Social Anthropology Education
Oxford, Berghahn
241-248p.

2005
Money: one anthropologist’s view
In J. Carrier (ed)
Handbook of Economic Anthropology
Edward Elgar, Cheltenham
160-175p.

2005
Some reflections on anthropology and political economy
In M. Al-Haj, M. Saltman and Z. Sobel (eds)
Social Critique and Commitment: Essays in honor of Henry Rosenfeld
Universities Press of America, Lanham
149-167p.

2006
Agrarian civilization and world society
In D. Olson and M. Cole (eds)
Technology, Literacy and the Evolution of Society: Implications of the work of Jack Goody
Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, N.J.
29-28p

2006
Bureaucratic form and the informal economy
In B. Guha-Khasnobis, R. Kanbur and E. Ostrom (eds)
Unlocking Human Potential: Formality and Informality in Developing Countries
Oxford University Press, Oxford

2006
Richesse commune: construire une démocratie économique à l’aide des monnaies communautaires
In Jérôme Blanc (ed)
Exclusion et liens financiers – “Monnaies sociales”
Economica, Paris

c. Work in Journals and Periodicals

1970
Small-scale entrepreneurs in Ghana and development planning
Journal of Development Studies
6: 104-120p.

1971
Migration and tribal identity among the Frafras of Ghana
Journal of Asian and African Studies
6. 1: 26-35p.

1973
Informal income opportunities and urban employment in Ghana
Journal of Modern African Studies
11. 3: 61-89p.
(Reprinted in several readers)

1974
A model of development to avoid
Yagl-Ambu : Papua New Guinea journal of the social sciences and humanities
1.1: 8-15p.

1976
The politics of unemployment in Ghana
African Affairs
75: 488–97p.

1985
The social anthropology of West Africa
Annual Review of Anthropology
14: 243-273p.

1986
Heads or tails? Two sides of the coin
Man
21. 4: 637-656p.

1990
Swimming into the human current
Cambridge Anthropology
14. 3: 2-10p.

1990
Blacks in the world economy
Cambridge Anthropology
14. 2: 43-56p

1991
(with A. Grimshaw)
CLR James and “The Struggle for Happiness”
Critique of Anthropology
11. 2: 145p.

1994
(with A. Grimshaw)
Anthropology and the crisis of the intellectuals
Critique of Anthropology
14. 3: 227-261p.

1997
Prickly Pear Polemics: anthropology beyond the university
Critique of Anthropology
17. 1: 99-102p.

1997
Prickly Pear Polemics, No.2: look back in anger
Critique of Anthropology
17. 2: 229-232p.

1998
The place of the Cambridge Anthropological Expedition to the Torres Straits (CAETS) in the history of British social anthropology
Science as Culture: the Human Nature Review

http://human-nature.com/science-as-culture/hart.html

2000
Reflections on a visit to New York
Anthropology Today
16. 4: 1-3p

2000
(With V. Padayachee)
Indian business in South Africa after apartheid: new and old trajectories
Comparative Studies in Society and History
42. 4: 683-712p.

2000
Comment on Pearson’s ‘Homo Economicus goes native’
History of Political Economy
32. 4: 1017-1025p.

2000
Industrial labour in India: the view from nineteenth century Lancashire
Critique of Anthropology
20. 4: 439 – 446p.

2001
LETS and me
Kohkoku: Future Social Design
(http://www.openmoney.org/view/letsnme.html#top)

2001
The data in your pocket
CA Magazine
105: 44-45p.

2001
Decentralised development in the Scottish Highlands and Islands
Progress in Development Studies
1. 4: 337-342p.

2001
Money in an unequal world
Anthropological Theory
1. 3: 307- 330p.

2002
War-related sexual violence in Sierra Leone: a Population-Based Assessment, by Physicians for Human Rights
Journal of Human Rights
1. 4: 620-623p.
2002
Comment on Alain Touraine: ‘From understanding society to discovering the Subject’
Anthropological Theory
2: 399 – 400p.

2002
The euro: new wine in an old jar?
Finance and the Common Good/ Bien Commun
N° 9 – Winter 2001-2002
58-67p.

2002
September 11th and after
Social Analysis
46. 1: 99-103p.

2002
Anthropologists and development
Norsk Antropologisk Tijdskrift
13. 1-2: 14-21p.

2002
Quelques confidences sur l’anthropologie du développement
ethnographiques.org
No. 2 – Nov. 2002
(http://www.ethnographiques.org/2002/Hart.html)

2002
A tale of two currencies
Anthropology Today
18. 1: 20-22p.

2003
British social anthropology’s nationalist project
Anthropology Today
19. 6: 1-2p.

2003
Decentralized development in the European Union
Progress in Development Studies
3. 1: 59-64p.

2003
Manchester on my mind: a memoir
Global Networks
3. 3: 417-436p.

2004
Decentralized development: reflections on methodology
Progress in Development Studies
4. 2: 148-153p.

2004
What anthropologists really do
Anthropology Today
20. 1: pp. 3-5

2004
Letter from Europe No. 1
Anthropology Today
20. 3: 23p.

2004
Letter from Europe No. 2
Anthropology Today
20. 5: 18p.

2004
Letter from Europe No. 3
Anthropology Today
20. 6: 19p.

2004
From bell curve to power law: distributional models between national and world society
Social Analysis
48. 3: 220-224p.

2004
Notes towards an anthropology of the internet
Horizontes Antropologicos
10. 2: 15-40p.

2004
Organic trade: towards a global green currency?
Ecology & Farming
International IFOAM magazine
May-Aug 2004: 36-39p.

2004
British national identity: the roots of the crisis
Times Higher Education Supplement
03 September 2004: 22p.

2005
Letter from Europe No. 4
Anthropology Today
21. 1: 21p.

2005
The London bombings: a crisis for multi-culturalism?
Anthropology Today
21. 5: 1-2p.

2005
Notes towards an anthropology of money
Kritikos
Vol. 2, June 2005

2007
Marcel Mauss: in pursuit of the whole
Comparative Studies in Society and History
49(2): 473-485

2007 Money is always personal and impersonal
Anthropology Today
23(5), 16-20

2007 Towards an alternative economics: the view from France
Social Anthropology
15(3), 369-374

2007 Interview: Keith Hart answers questions on economic anthropology
European Economic Sociology Newsletter
9 (1), 11-16

2008 The human economy, ASAonline.

2008. Karl Polanyi’s legacy. Development and Change 39(6): 1135–1143.

2008 With H. Ortiz Anthropology in the financial crisis, Anthropology Today 24.6 1-3.

2009 The persasive power of money in S. Gudeman ed Economic Persuasions, Berghahn, Oxford.

2009 Money in the making of world society in C. Hann and K. Hart eds Market and Society, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

2009 An anthropologist in the world revolution, Anthropology Today 25.6 24-25.

2010 Mauss et sa vision de l’economie dans les annees 1920-25, Revue du MAUSS No. 36, 34-48.

2010 Kant, ‘anthropology’ and the new human universal, Social Anthropology, 18: 441–42010. Africa’s urban revolution and the informal economy, in V. Padayachee (ed) The Political Economy of Africa, Routledge: London, 371-388.

2010 New lamps for old: why Veblen beats the Nobel laureates, Focaal—Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology 57: 97–103.

2010 (with V. Padayachee) Introducing the African economy, in V. Padayachee (ed) The Political Economy of Africa, London: Routledge.

2010 (with V. Padayachee) South Africa in Africa: from national capitalism to regional integration, in V. Padayachee (ed) The Political Economy of Africa, London: Routledge.

2011 The financial crisis and the end of all-purpose money, Economic Sociology: the European Electronic Newsletter 12.2 4-10.

2011 Money as a form of religious life. Religion and Society: Advances in Research 1: 156–63.

2011 Building the human economy: a question of value? Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 36(2): 5-17

2011 After the financial crisis: towards a human economy, Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift 3-4, 181-193.

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