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Jacob Copeman

Senior Lecturer

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  2. 'Godless people' and dead bodies: materiality and the morality of atheist materialism

    Copeman, J. & Quack, J., Jun 2015, In : Social Analysis . 59, 2, 24 p.

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  3. Actual and potential gifts: Critique, shadow gift relations and the virtual domain of the ungiven

    Copeman, J. & Banerjee, D., 19 Jan 2020, In : Anthropological Theory.

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  4. Awakening Hindu nationalism through yoga: Swami Ramdev and the Bharat Swabhiman movement

    Gupta, B. & Copeman, J., 17 Mar 2019, In : Contemporary South Asia. p. 1-17

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  5. Blood Will Have Blood: A Study in Indian Political Ritual

    Copeman, J., 1 Dec 2004, In : Social Analysis . 48, 3, p. 126-148 23 p.

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  6. Cadaver Donation as Ascetic Practice in India

    Copeman, J., 1 Mar 2006, In : Social Analysis . 50, 1, p. 103-126 24 p.

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  7. Excessifs dons de sang: Dévotion et ascétisme en Inde

    Copeman, J., Mar 2011, In : Terrain. 56, p. 106-119 14 p.

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  8. Gathering Points: Blood Donation and the Scenography of “National Integration"

    Copeman, J., Jun 2009, In : Body & Society. 15, 2, p. 71-99 29 p.

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  9. Introduction: Blood Donation, Bioeconomy, Culture

    Copeman, J., Jun 2009, In : Body & Society. 15, 2, p. 1-28 28 p.

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  10. Introduction: Social Theory After Strathern

    Copeman, J. & Street, A., Mar 2014, In : Theory, Culture & Society. 31, 2-3, p. 7-37 31 p.

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  11. Portraits of substance: image, text and intervention in India's sanguinary politics

    Copeman, J., 2013, In : Contemporary South Asia. 21, 3, p. 243-259

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