Alle Publikationen | Dr. Jason Sumich

Aufsätze

Sumich, Jason (2016), The Middle Class of Mozambique and the Politics of the Blank Slate, in: Henning Melber (ed.), The Rise of Africa's Middle Class: Myths, Realities and Critical Engagements, London: Zed Books, 159-169
Sumich, Jason (2014), Neither Nationals nor Cosmopolitans: The Political Economy of Belonging in Mozambique, in: Keith Hart / John Sharp (eds.), People, Money and Power in the Economic Crisis: Perspectives from the Global South, Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books, 173-189
Sumich, Jason (2013), Tenuous Belonging: Citizenship, Democracy and Power in Mozambique, in: Social Analysis, 57, 2, 99-116
Sumich, Jason (2013), Frelimo, in: Patrick Mason (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Race and Racism, New York: MacMillian, 189-190
Sumich, Jason (2012), An Imaginary Nation: Nationalism, Ideology and the Mozambican National Elite, in: Eric Morier-Genoud (ed.), Sure Road? Nationalisms in Angola, Guinea-Bissau and Mozambique, Leider: Brill, 127-148
Sumich, Jason (2011), The Party and the State?: The Ambiguities of Power in Mozambique, in: Tobias Hagmann / Didier Péclard (eds.), Negotiating Statehood: Dynamics of Power and Domination in Africa, Development and Change Special Issue Series, London: John Wiley and Sons, 134-153
Sumich, Jason (2010), Does all that is Solid Melt into Air?: Questioning 'Neo-Liberal' Occult Economies in Mozambique, in: Kronos: Southern African Histories, 36, 98-113
Sumich, Jason (2010), The Party and the State?: The Ambiguities of Power in Mozambique, in: Development and Change, 41, 4, 679-698
Sumich, Jason (2009), Modernity Redirected: Socialism, Liberalism and the National Elite in Mozambique, in: Cambridge Anthropology , 28, 2, 1-24
Sumich, Jason (2008), Analysing Mozambique’s Commitment to Democracy, in: Id21 Research Highlights Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex
Sumich, Jason (2008), Contruir uma Nação: Ideologias de Modernidade da Elite Moçambicana, in: Análise Social, XLIII, 2, 319-345
Sumich, Jason (2008), Politics After the Time of Hunger in Mozambique: A Critique of Neo-Patrimonial Interpretations of Elites, in: Journal of Southern African Studies , 34, 1, 111-126
Sumich, Jason (2002), Looking for the Other: Tourism, Power and Identity in Zanzibar, in: Anthropology of Southern Africa, 25, 1&2, 39-45

Weitere

Sumich, Jason (2016), The Wiriyamu Massacre, in: H-Luso-Africa
Sumich, Jason (2015), Comment on “The Possibilities are Endless”: Progress and the Taming of Contingency, in: ZMO Programmatic Texts, no. 9
Sumich, Jason (2014), Mozambique Elections: Outcome will have Little Impact on Growing Social Fault-Lines, in: African Arguments Online: The Royal African Society