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Publications - Kipnis, Andrew

Please contact this author at Andrew.Kipnis@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Kipnis, A & Tomba, L (2013). The China Journal 2013 The China Journal. Vol. 69 and 70 ?.
  • Kipnis, A (2013). Urbanisation in Between: Rural traces in a rapidly growing and industrialising county city China Perspectives. Vol. 3 5pp.
  • Kipnis, A (2012). Constructing Commonality: Standarization and Modernization in Chinese Nation-Building Journal of Asian Studies. Vol. 71 731-755.
  • Kipnis, A (2012). Chinese Nation-Building and the Rethinking of Globalization and Education Policy Futures in Education. Vol. 10 78-80.
  • Kipnis, A (2011). Chinese Nation-Building as, Instead of, and Before Globalization ProtoSociology: An International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research. Vol. 28 25-47.
  • Kipnis, A & Tomba, L (2011). The China Journal 2011 The China Journal. Vol. 65 and 66 ?.
  • Kipnis, A (2011). Subjectification and education for quality in China Economy and Society. Vol. 40 289-306.
  • Tomba, L & Kipnis, A (2010). The China Journal 2010 The China Journal. Vol. 63, 64 ?.
  • Kipnis, A (2010). Wanting an education in rural China East Asia Forum Quarterly (EAFQ). Vol. 2 29-30.
  • Kipnis, A & Tomba, L (2010). The China Journal 2010 The China Journal. Vol. 63 and 64 ?.
  • Kipnis, A (2010). Comment on Mathew's Essay 'On the Referee System as a Barrier to Global Anthropology' Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 11 64-66.
  • Kipnis, A & Li, S (2010). Is Chinese education underfunded? The China Quarterly. Vol. 202 327-343.
  • Kipnis, A & Tomba, L (2009). The China Journal 2009 The China Journal. Vol. 61, 62 ?.
  • Kipnis, A (2008). Audit Cultures: Neoliberal governmentality, socialist legacy or technologies of governing: American Ethnologist. Vol. 35 275-289.
  • Kipnis, A & Tomba, L (2008). The China Journal: 2006-2008 The China Journal. Vol. 2006-2008 ?.
  • Kipnis, A & Smith, G (2007). Chinese Sociology and Anthropology: Guest Editors' Introduction Chinese Sociology and Anthropology. Vol. 39 3-Jul.
  • Kipnis, A (2007). Neoliberalism reified: Suzhi discourse and tropes of neoliberalism in the People's Republic of China Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. Vol. 13 383-400.
  • Kipnis, A (2006). School consolidation in rural China Development Bulletin (Canberra). Vol. 70 123-125.
  • Kipnis, A (2006). Book Review: Calligraphy and Power in Contemporary Chinese Society <>. Vol. 173-176.
  • Kipnis, A (2006). Suzhi: A keyword approach The China Quarterly. Vol. 186 295-313.
  • Kipnis, A & Smith, G (2006). Rural Governance in the Midst of Understanding, Deception and Mistrust: guest editor of Special Issue Chinese Sociology and Anthropology. Vol. 39:01:00 1-Apr.
  • Kipnis, A (2005). Political Economy after Mao: towards a Neo-Durkheimian theory Asian Anthropology. Vol. 4 59-90.
  • Kipnis, A (2004). Book Review: Genders Place: Feminist anthropologies of Latin America American Anthropologist. Vol. tba 769-770.
  • Kipnis, A (2004). Review of Religion in China Today by Daniel L Overmyer The China Journal. Vol. 52 129-131.
  • Kipnis, A (2004). Anthropology and the Theorisation of Citizenship Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 5 257-278.
  • Kipnis, A (2004). Book Review: The Promise of the Revolution: Stories of fulfillment and struggle in China's Hinterland The China Journal. Vol. tba 146-147.
  • Kipnis, A (2003). Neo-leftists versus Neo-liberals: PRC Intellectual Debates in the 1990s Journal of Intercultural Studies. Vol. 24 247-259.
  • Kipnis, A (2003). Post-Marxism in a Post-Socialist perspective Anthropological Theory. Vol. 3 457-480.
  • Kipnis, A (2003). A county of culture: Twentieth-century China see from the village schools of Zouping, Shandong by Stig Thogersen <>. Vol. ? 183-185.
  • Kipnis, A (2003). The Anthropology of Power and Maoism American Anthropologist. Vol. 105 278-288.
  • Kipnis, A (2003). Anthropological Approaches to Self in Contemporary China The China Journal. Vol. 50 127-132.
  • Kipnis, A (2002). Book review: Education, culture and identity in twentieth century China The China Journal. Vol. tba 234-236.
  • Kipnis, A (2002). Book review: Chinese sociologics: an anthropological account of the role of alienation in social reproduction The China Journal. Vol. tba 186-188.
  • Kipnis, A (2002). Book review: Separation and reunion in modern China The China Journal. Vol. tba 239-241.
  • Kipnis, A (2002). Zouping Christianity as Gendered Critique? An Ethnography of Political Potentials Anthropology and Humanism. Vol. 27 80-96.
  • Kipnis, A (2001). Articulating school countercultures Anthropology and Education Quarterly. Vol. 32 472-492.
  • Kipnis, A (2001). The disturbing educational discipline of peasants The China Journal. Vol. 46 Jan-24.
  • Kipnis, A (2001). Book Review: In Ones Own Shadow: An Ethnographic Account of the Condition of Post-Reform Rural China by Liu American Ethnologist. Vol. 28 453.
  • Kipnis, A (2001). The flourishing of religion in post-Mao China and the anthropological category of religion Australian Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 12 32-46.
  • Kipnis, A (2001). Book Review: Looking for Chengdu: A Womans Adventures in China by Hill Gates The China Journal. Vol. 45 195-196.
  • Kipnis, A (2000). Book Review: Other Modernities: Gendered yearnings in China after Socialism Critical Asian Studies. Vol. 32 61-64.

Books

  • Jacka, T, Kipnis, A & Sargeson, S (2013). Contemporary China Society and Social Change . New York, USA: Cambridge University Press.
  • Kipnis, A (2011). Governing educational desire: Culture, politics, and schooling in China . Chicago USA: University of Chicago Press.
  • Kipnis, A, Tomba, L & Unger, J (2009). Contemporary Chinese Society and Politics . London & New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kipnis, A (2008). China and Postsocialist Anthropology: Theorizing Power and Society after Communism . Norwalk USA: EastBridge Books.

Book chapters

  • Kipnis, A (2013). Education and inequality: education and equality. In Wanning Sun and Yingjie Guo (Ed.), Unequal China: The Political economy and cultural politics of inequality (pp. 111-124) London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kipnis, A (2012). Private Lessons and national Formations: National Heirarchy and the Individual Psyche in the Marketing of Chinese Educational Programs. In Andrew B. Kipnis (Ed.), Chinese Modernity and the Individual Psyche (pp. 187-202) New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Kipnis, A (2012). Introduction: Chinese Modernity and the Individual Psyche. In Andrew B. Kipnis (Ed.), Chinese Modernity and the Individual Psyche (pp. Jan-16) New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Kipnis, A (2009). The disturbing educational discipline of 'peasants'. In Andrew Kipnis, Luigi Tomba, and Jonathan Unger (Ed.), Contemporary Chinese Society and Politics (pp. 311-333) London & New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kipnis, A (2009). The language of gifts: Managing guanxi in a north China village. In Andrew Kipnis, Luigi Tomba, and Jonathan Unger (Ed.), Contemporary Chinese Society and Politics (pp. 197-219) London & New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kipnis, A (2009). Introduction to Volume IV. In Andrew Kipnis, Luigi Tomba, and Jonathan Unger (Ed.), Contemporary Chinese Society and Politics (pp. 1-Apr) London & New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kipnis, A (2009). Education and the Governing of Child-centred Relatedness. In Susanne Brandtstadter and Goncalo D Santos (Ed.), Chinese Kinship: Contemporary anthropological perspectives (pp. 204-222) Abingdon and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kipnis, A (2009). Education in the People's Republic of China. In Hugh Hindman (Ed.), The World of Child Labor: An Historical and Regional Survey (pp. 867-870) Armonk NY: M E Sharpe Inc.
  • Kipnis, A (2008). Changing Zouping. In Wang Taocheng (Ed.), Change in Rural China: American Scholars' Research on Zouping County, Shandong (pp. 130-136) China: Shandong People's Press.
  • Kipnis, A (2008). Competition, Audit, Scientism and School Non-Choice in Rural China. In Martin Forsey, Scott Davies and Geoffrey Walford (Ed.), The Globalisation of School Choice? (pp. 165-184) UK: Symposium Books.
  • Kipnis, A (2002). Practices of Guanxi production and practices of Ganqing avoidance. In Thomas Gold, Dough Guthrie, David Wank (Ed.), Social connections in China: Institutions, culture, and the changing nature of Guanxi (pp. 21-34) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Kipnis, A (2002). Beijing: China. In Melvin Ember, Carol R Ember (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Urban Cultures: Cities and Cultures around the World (pp. 317-325) Danbury: Grolier Publishing Co Inc.

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