Julia Elyachar

Julia Elyachar is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Princeton University and a member of Princeton’s Institute for International and Regional Studies. She is an anthropologist broadly trained in economics, social theory, the history of political and economic thought, Middle Eastern Studies, and the Arabic language. She is author of Markets of Dispossession: NGOs, Economic Development, and the State in Cairo (Duke University Press, 2005), which won the American Ethnological Association’s Sharon Stephens First Book Prize in 2007.

 

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  1. Mutant Neoliberalism
    This interdisciplinary collection, featuring some of today’s most prominent political theorists, sociologists, philosophers, and historians, challenges narratives of neoliberalism’s demise. The book queries whether contemporary... Learn More
    Published: 5th November 2019
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