Number of items: 13.
Edited Books or Journal Volumes
James, Deborah and Hull, Elizabeth, eds.
Special Issue: Popular Economies in South Africa.
Africa: Journal of the International Africa Institute Vol. 82 No. 1.
'Supermarket Expansion, Informal Retail and Food Acquisition Strategies:An Example from Rural South Africa.'
In: Klein, Jakob and Watson, James L, (eds.),
The Handbook of Food and Anthropology.
'Bringing the City to the Country: Supermarket Expansion, Food Practices and Aesthetics in Rural South Africa.'
In: Domingos, Nuno and Sobral, José Manuel and West, Harry G., (eds.),
Food Between the Country and the City.
Pritchard, Bill and Dixon, Jane and Hull, Elizabeth and Choithani, Chetan
'‘Stepping back and moving in’: The Role of the State in the Contemporary Food Regime.'
Journal of Peasant Studies, 43 (3).
'The Social Dynamics of Labor Shortage in South African Small-Scale Agriculture.'
World Development, 59.
'Banking in the bush: waiting for credit in South Africa's rural economy.'
Africa: Journal of the International African Institute, 82 (1).
Hull, Elizabeth and James, Deborah
'Introduction: Popular Economies in South Africa.'
Africa: Journal of the International Africa Institute, 82 (1).
'Paperwork and the contradictions of accountability in a South African hospital.'
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 18.
'The renewal of community health under the KwaZulu homeland government.'
South African Historical Journal, 64 (1).
'International migration, "domestic struggles" and status aspiration among nurses in South Africa.'
Journal of Southern African Studies, 36 (4).
Working Papers / Reports
Johnston, Deborah and Stevano, Sara and Malapit, Hazel and Hull, Elizabeth and Kadiyala, Suneetha
Agriculture, Gendered Time Use, and Nutritional Outcomes: A Systematic Review.
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
'Review of: 'Rethinking the South African crisis: nationalism, populism, hegemony' by Gillian Hart.'
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
'Review of 'Ethnicity, Inc.' by John L. and Jean Comaroff.'
American Ethnologist, 37