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Authored Books

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

Edited Books

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

Hobart, Mark, ed. Rethinking Asian media and film. Special issue of The Asian Journal of Social Science. Brill. (Forthcoming)

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. 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.

Articles

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.

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

Hobart, Mark 'When is Indonesia?' Asian Journal of Social Science. Speical issue: Rethinking Asian media and film . (Forthcoming)

Monographs

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

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 Consuming passions? Over-interpreting television-viewing in Bali. (Unpublished)

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 (Unpublished)

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 (Unpublished)

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 (Unpublished)

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 (Unpublished)

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 (Unpublished)

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