Selected publications are available in PDF format below.

Books

2020       I’m Afraid of that Water: A Collaborative Ethnography of a West Virginia Water Crisis.  L.E. Lassiter, Brian A. Hoey and Elizabeth Campbell, Eds. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press [Forthcoming] | ORDER INFORMATION

2020       Reinventing and Reinvesting in the Local for Our Common Good.  Knoxville, TN: Newfound, University of Tennessee Press [Forthcoming]

2014       Opting for Elsewhere: Lifestyle Migration in the American Middle Class. Nashville, TN:  Vanderbilt University Press.  PDF Table of Contents & Index | ORDER INFORMATION

Articles

2016       “Negotiating Work and Family:  Lifestyle Migration, Potential Selves, and the Role of Second Homes as Potential Spaces,” Leisure Studies Vol. 35(1): 64-77

2015       “Capitalizing on Distinctiveness: Creating WV for a New Economy,” Journal of Appalachian Studies 21(1): 64-85.  PDF

2010       “Locating Personhood and Place in the Commodity Landscape,” City and Society Vol. 22(2): 207-210. PDF

2010       “Personhood in Place: Personal and Local Character for Sustainable Narrative of Self” City and Society Vol. 22(2): 237-261. PDF

2007       “From Sweet Potatoes to God Almighty: Roy Rappaport on Being a Hedgehog” [with Tom Fricke] American Ethnologist Vol. 34(3):581-599.  PDF

2006       “Grey Suit or Brown Carhartt: Narrative Transition, Relocation and Reorientation in the Lives of Corporate Refugees,” Journal of Anthropological Research Vol. 62(3):347-371. PDF

2006       “Striving for Unity: A Conversation with Roy Rappaport” [with Tom Fricke], Michigan Discussions in Anthropology Vol. 16(1): 33-65; 330-331

2005       “From Pi to Pie: Moral Narratives of Non-economic Migration and Starting Over in the Post-industrial Midwest,” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography Vol. 34(5):587-623.
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2003       “Nationalism in Indonesia: Building Imagined Community and Intentional Communities through Transmigration,” Ethnology Vol. 42(2):109-125. PDF

2002       “Integrating Work in Academe and Advocacy,” Sloan Research Network Vol. 4(2):6-7.

Book Chapters

2020      “The (Human) Nature of Disaster – Impact and Responses” in I’m Afraid of that Water: A Collaborative Ethnography on the West Virginia Water Crisis, L.E. Lassiter, B.A. Hoey, and E Campbell, eds. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press, pp.

2020      “The (Human) Nature of Disaster – Context and Meaning” in I’m Afraid of that Water: A Collaborative Ethnography on the West Virginia Water Crisis, L.E. Lassiter, B.A. Hoey, and E Campbell, eds. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press, pp.

2019      “A Simple Introduction to the Practice of Ethnography” in Introduction to Conflict Resolution Discourses and Dynamics, S. Cobb, S. Federman, and A. Castel, eds.

2018       “Roy Rappaport” in International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, H. Callan, Ed.  John Wiley & Sons [Forthcoming, Summer]

2015       “Creating Healthy Community in the Postindustrial City” in Recovery, Renewal, Reclaiming Anthropological Research Towards Healing, L. King, ed. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Newfound Press, pp. 6-44.

2015       “Post-Industrial Societies” in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (2nd edition), D. Boyer and U. Hannerz, eds.  Elsevier.

2014       “Theorizing the ‘Fifth Migration’ in the United States:  Understanding Lifestyle Migration from an Integrated Approach” (book chapter in Understanding Lifestyle Migration:  Theorizing Approaches to Migration and the Quest for a Better Way of Life, Benson and Osbaldiston, Eds.  Hampshire, England: Palgrave, pp. 71-91.  LINK

2013       “Roy Rappaport” in Theory in Social and Cultural Anthropology, J. McGee and R. Warms, Eds.  Sage, pp. 685-688.  LINK

2009       “Pursuing the Good Life: American Narratives of Travel and a Search for Refuge” in Lifestyle Migration: Expectations, Aspirations and Experiences, K. O’Reilly and M. Benson, eds.  London: Ashgate, pp. 31-50. PDF

2008       “American Dreaming:  Refugees from Corporate Work Seek the Good Life” in The Changing Landscape of Work and Family in the American Middle Class, E. Rudd and L. Descartes, eds.  Lanham, MD: Lexington, pp. 117-139.  PDF

2007       “Therapeutic Uses of Place in the Intentional Space of Purposive Community” in Therapeutic Landscapes: Advances and Applications, A. Williams, ed.  London: Ashgate, pp. 297-314. PDF

Other Refereed Publications

2017       Ancillaries (Student and Instructor resources) for Cultural Anthropology: A Perspective on the Human Condition (10th edition).  E. Schultz and R. Lavenda. Oxford University Press.

2015       Review Essay on Ethnography in Today’s World: Color Full Before Color Blind (Sanjek, Roger).  Anthropos 110(22): 656-657

2013       Supplementary materials (Student and Instructor resources) for Cultural Anthropology: A Perspective on the Human Condition (9th edition).  E. Schultz and R. Lavenda. Oxford University Press.

2011       Supplementary materials (Student and Instructor resources) for Cultural Anthropology: A Perspective on the Human Condition (8th edition).  E. Schultz and R. Lavenda. Oxford University Press.

2010       “Anthropologists at Work: Ethnography in a Post-Industrial Society” in Cultural Anthropology: A Global Perspective (8th edition), R. Scupin & C. DeCorse, and Anthropology: A Global Perspective (7th edition), R. Scupin.  Pearson Press.

2007       “Arrivals and Departures” The Bear River Review Vol. 3(1)

2006       “Remember the Fish?”  The Bear River Review Vol. 1(1)


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