"A brilliant exploration of the transformation of concepts of property and value at the turn of the millennium. Engaging with the emergence of new forms of property in the post-Communist world, in cyberspace, in intellectual property law, and in relations between indigenous peoples and the state, the essays in this volume push the boundaries of our thinking about one of the central categories of our world." --John Frow, University of Edinburgh
About the Author
Katherine Verdery is Eric R. Wolf Professor of Anthropology and Interim Chair, University of Michigan.
Caroline Humphrey is Professor of Asian Anthropology, University of Cambridge.