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Authored Books

Hobart, Mark (2000) After culture: anthropology as radical metaphysical critique. Yogyakarta: Duta Wacana University Press.

Edited Book or Journal Volume

Hobart, Mark and Fox, R., eds. (2006) Entertainment media in Indonesia. Singapore: Asian Media Information and Communication Centre.

Book Chapters

Hobart, Mark (2011) 'Live or dead? Televised theatre and its audiences in Bali.' In: Chan, Felicia and Karpovich, Angelina and Zhang, Xin, (eds.), Genre in Asian film and television: new approaches. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 13-32.

Hobart, Mark (2010) 'Media as practice: a brief exchange.' In: Bräuchler, B. and Postill, J., (eds.), Theorising Media and Practice. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 77-82. (Anthropology of Media, 4)

Hobart, Mark (2010) 'What do we mean by ‘media practices’?' In: Bräuchler, B. and Postill, J., (eds.), Theorising Media and Practice. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 55-75. (Anthropology of Media, 4)

Hobart, Mark (2007) 'Black umbrellas: labelling and articulating development in the Indonesian mass media.' In: Moncrieffe, J. and Eyben, R., (eds.), Labelling people: how and why our categories matter. London: Earthscan, pp. 128-142.

Hobart, Mark (2007) 'Round up the usual suspects: some radical implications of Indonesian and Euro-American media coverage of ‘terrorist’ attacks.' In: Nossek, H and Sonwalker, P and Sreberny, A, (eds.), Media and Political Violence. Creskill, N.J.: Hampton Press, pp. 183-210.

Hobart, Mark (2005) 'The profanity of the media.' In: Rothenbuhler, Eric and Coman, Mihai, (eds.), Media Anthropology. London: Sage, pp. 26-35.

Hobart, Mark (2002) 'Live or Dead? Televising Theater in Bali.' In: Ginsburg, F. D. and Abu-Lughod, L. and Larkin, B., (eds.), Media Worlds. Anthropology on New Terrain. Santa Barbara, CA: University of California Press, pp. 370-382.

Hobart, Mark (2002) 'Live or dead? Televising theatre in Bali.' In: Ginsburg, Faye and Abu-Lughod, Lila and LArkin, Brian, (eds.), Media worlds: anthropology on new terrain. Berkeley; Los Angeles; London: University of California Press, pp. 370-382.

Hobart, Mark (2001) 'Drunk on the screen: Balinese conversations about television and advertising.' In: Moeran, Brian, (ed.), Asian Media Productions. London: Routledge Curzon, pp. 197-222. (Consumasian Book Series)

Hobart, Mark (2001) 'Lances greased with pork fat: imagining difference in Bali.' In: Schlee, Günther, (ed.), Imagined differences: hatred and the construction of identity. Hamburg: LIT Verlag, pp. 101-122. (Market, culture and society)

Hobart, Mark (1999) 'As they like it: overinterpretation and hyporeality in Bali.' In: Dilley, Roy, (ed.), The Problem of Context. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 105-145.

Hobart, Mark (1995) 'Engendering Disquiet: On Kinship and Gender in Bali.' In: Karim, Wazir Jahan, (ed.), 'Male' and 'Female' in developing Southeast Asia. Oxford: Berg, pp. 121-144.

Hobart, Mark (1993) 'Introduction: the growth of ignorance?' In: Hobart, Mark, (ed.), An anthropological critique of development: the growth of ignorance? London; New York: Routledge, pp. 1-30.

Hobart, Mark (1991) 'The art of measuring mirages, or is there kinship in Bali?' In: Hüsken, Frans and Kemp, Jeremy, (eds.), Cognation and social organization in Southeast Asia. Leiden: KITLV Press, pp. 33-53. (Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde)

Hobart, Mark (1990) 'Who do you think you are? the authorized Balinese.' In: Fardon, Richard, (ed.), Localizing strategies: regional traditions of ethnographic writing. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, pp. 303-338.

Hobart, Mark (1987) 'Is God Evil?' In: The Anthropology of Evil. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 165-193.

Hobart, Mark (1987) 'Summer's days and salad days: the coming of age of anthropology?' In: Holy, Ladislav, (ed.), Comparative anthropology. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 22-51.

Hobart, Mark (1986) 'Introduction: Context, Meaning, and Power.' In: Hobart, Mark and Taylor, Robert H., (eds.), Context, Meaning, and Power in Southeast Asia. Ithaca. N.Y.: Cornell Southeast Asia Program, pp. 7-10. (Studies on Southeast Asia)

Hobart, Mark (1985) 'Teste est un con.' In: Barnes, R.H. and de Copet, D. and Parkin, R.J., (eds.), Contexts and levels: anthropological essays on hierarchy. Oxford: JASO, pp. 33-53. (JASO Occasional Papers)

Hobart, Mark (1982) 'Meaning or Moaning? An Ethnographic Note on a Little-Understood Tribe.' In: Parkin, D.J., (ed.), Semantic Anthropology. London: Academic Press, pp. 39-63. (ASA Monographs)

Hobart, Mark (1978) 'Pad, Puns and the Attribution of Responsibility.' In: Milner, G.B., (ed.), Natural Symbols in South East Asia. London: SOAS, pp. 55-87. (Collected Papers in Oriental and African Studies)

Hobart, Mark (1978) 'The path of the soul: the legitimacy of nature in Balinese conceptions of space.' In: Milner, G.B., (ed.), Natural Symbols in South East Asia. London: SOAS, pp. 5-28. (Collected Papers in Oriental and African Studies)

Hobart, Mark (1975) 'Orators and patrons: two types of political leader in Balinese village society.' In: Bloch, Maurice, (ed.), Political Language and Oratory in Traditional Society. London; New York: Academic Press, pp. 65-92.

Journal Article

Hobart, Mark (2017) 'Bali is a battlefield Or the triumph of the imaginary over actuality.' Jurnal Kajian Bali (Journal of Bali Studies), 7 (1). pp. 187-212.

Hobart, Mark (2015) 'Beyond the Whorfs of Dover: A Study of Balinese Interpretive Practices.' Heidelberg Ethnology. (1). pp. 1-20.

Hobart, Mark (2014) 'Introduction.' Asian Journal of Social Science. Speical issue: Rethinking Asian media and film.

Hobart, Mark (2014) 'Introduction: Rethinking Asian Media and Film.' Asian Journal of Social Science. Speical issue: Rethinking Asian media and film, 44 (5). pp. 425-436. (Forthcoming)

Hobart, Mark (2014) 'When is Indonesia?' Asian Journal of Social Science, 41 (5). pp. 510-529.

Hobart, Mark (2010) 'Rich kids can’t cry: reflections on the viewing subject in Bali.' About Performance, 10. pp. 199-222.

Hobart, Mark (2007) 'Rethinking Balinese Dance.' Indonesia and the Malay World, 35 (101). pp. 107-128.

Hobart, Mark (2006) 'Entertaining illusions: how Indonesian élites imagine reality TV affects the masses.' Entertainment media in Indonesia. Special Edition of Asian Journal of Communication, 16 (4). pp. 393-410.

Hobart, Mark (2006) 'Introduction: why is entertainment television in Indonesia important?' Special Edition of Asian Journal of Communication, 16 (4). pp. 343-351.

Hobart, Mark (2006) 'Just Talk? Anthropological Reflections on the Object of Media Studies in Indonesia.' Asian Journal of Social Science, 34 (3). pp. 492-519.

Hobart, Mark (2006) 'Just talk? anthropological reflections on the object of media studies in Indonesia.' Asian journal of social science, 34 (3). pp. 492-519.

Hobart, Mark (2000) 'The end of the world news: television and a problem of articulation in Bali.' International Journal of Cultural Studies, 3 (1). pp. 79-102.

Hobart, Mark (2000) 'The end of the world news: television and a problem of articulation in Bali.' International journal of cultural studies, 3 (1). pp. 79-102.

Hobart, Mark (1997) 'The missing subject: Balinese time and the elimination of history.' Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, 31 (1). pp. 123-172.

Hobart, Mark (1996) 'Ethnography as a practice, or the unimportance of penguins.' Europaea, 2 (1). pp. 3-36.

Hobart, Mark (1991) 'Criticizing genres: Bakhtin and Bali.' Voice, genre, text: anthropological essays in Africa and beyond, 73 (3). pp. 195-216.

Monographs and Working Papers

Hobart, Mark (2009) The Prince of Nusa's Vow: a Balinese Arja-Prèmbon Play. (Unpublished)

Hobart, Mark (2007) Here’s looking at you, kid! Rethinking television reception in everyday life in Indonesia. (Unpublished)

Hobart, Mark (1995) Consuming passions? Over-interpreting television-viewing in Bali. (Unpublished)

Hobart, Mark (1995) Consuming passions? Over-interpreting television-viewing in Bali. (Unpublished)

Hobart, Mark (1992) Beyond reason: a human comedy. Nijmegen: Instituut voor Culturele en Sociale Antropologie.

Hobart, Mark (1991) The windmills of criticism: on understanding theatre in Bali. (Unpublished)

Hobart, Mark (1982) Is interpretation incompatible with knowledge? The problem of whether the Javanese shadow play has meaning. University of Bielefeld.

Hobart, Mark Changing audiences: representing development and religion in Balinese theatre and television. (Unpublished)

Hobart, Mark The subject of 'the Subject'. (Unpublished)

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