Heinzpeter Znoj

Heinzpeter Znoj is full Professor at the Institute for Social Anthropology, University of Bern (since 2003). His research interests include ecological, legal and economic anthropology with a focus on theories of exchange and the anthropology of work. His ethnographic work concentrates on Sumatra. He is co-founder and current director of the Swiss Graduate School of Social Anthropology. Currently, he serves as dean of the faculty of the humanities at the University of Bern.
- Znoj H. 1998. Hot Money and War-Debts. Transactional Regimes in Southwestern Sumatra. Comparative Studies in Society and History 40:193-222.
- Znoj H. 2007a. "Das Mensch-Umwelt-Verhältnis in der Sozialanthropologie," in Allgemeine Oekologie. Innovation in Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft. Edited by A. Di Giulio, R. Defila, T. Hammer, and S. Bruppacher, pp. 89-102. Bern: Haupt.
- Znoj H. 2007b. "Deep Corruption in Indonesia - Discourses, Practices, Histories," in Corruption and States of Illegality. Edited by M. Nuijten and G. Anders, pp. 53-74. Burlington, VA: Ashgate.
- Znoj H. 2009. "Social structure and mobility in historical perspective. Sungai Tenang in highland Jambi," in From distant Tales: Archaeology and Ethnohistory in the Highlands of Sumatra. Edited by D. Bonatz, J. Miksic, J. D. Neidel, and M.-L. Tjoa-Bonatz, pp. 347-366. London: Ashgate.
- Znoj H. 2010. The Politics of Bonded Labour among Rattan-Collectors in Southwestern Sumatra, late 1980s. Asian Journal of the Social Sciences 38:849-861.

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