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- Debt: The First 5,000 Years. Melville House, 2011. 540 p. ISBN-10: 1933633867
ISBN-13: 978-1933633862. Review

- Direct Action: An Ethnography, AK Press, 2009. ISBN: 9781904859796

- "Free Words: Theory: David Graeber on Mauss. GIVE IT AWAY By David Graeber" Free Words n.d.

- "The Long Road to Revolution" ADBUSTERS, 29th May 2009

- "Hope in Common", ZNet (May 22, 2009)

- "The Machinery of Hopelessness", Thomas Paine’s Corner

- "Debt: The First Five Thousand Years", MUTE, Culture and Politics after the Net (10 February, 2009)

- Possibilities : Essays on hierarchy, rebellion, and desire, Edinburgh : A K press, 2008. 1 vol. (433 p.) ; 23 cm .

"David Graeber here applies anthropological theory to capitalism and its opponents. His analysis uses case studies from such diverse communities as rural Madagascans, pre-capitalist economies and urban international protest groups to tease out the truth about the state we’re in."

- "The Sadness of Post-Workerism, or ’Art and Immaterial Labour’ Congerence. A Sort of Review", Tate Britain, (Saturday 19 January, 2008).

- GRAEBER, David. "Revolution in Reverse (Or, on the Conflict between Political Ontologies of Violence and Political Ontologies of the Imagination)" Infoshop Tuesday, October 16 2007

- "The Shock of Victory" Infoshop (October 12 2007)

- Lost People: Magic and the Legacy of Slavery in Madagascar, University of Indiana Press, 2007. # 488 p. ISBN-10: 0253219159; ISBN-13: 978-0253219152.

"Betafo, a rural community in central Madagascar, is divided between the descendants of nobles and descendants of slaves. Anthropologist, David Graeber arrived for fieldwork at the height of tensions attributed to a disastrous communal ordeal two years earlier. As Graeber uncovers the layers of historical, social, and cultural knowledge required to understand this event, he elaborates a new view of power, inequality, and the political role of narrative. Combining theoretical subtlety, a compelling narrative line, and vividly drawn characters, "Lost People" is a singular contribution to the anthropology of politics and the literature on ethnographic writing".

- BIDDLE, Erika ; Stevphen Shukaitis, and David Graeber, eds. Constituent Imagination : Militant Investigations, Collective Theorization, AK Press, 2007. pb. ISBN : 9781904859352.

- "On the Phenomenology of Giant Puppets: Broken Windows, Imaginary Jars of Urine, and the Cosmological Role of the Police in American Culture" (Apr. 2007)

- "Army of altruists:. On the alienated right to do good"Harper’s (Jan. 2007

- "Turning Modes of Production Inside Out. Or, Why Capitalism is a Transformation of
Slavery", Critique of Anthropology (2006) 26: 61-85

- "Le Conflit Orient-Occident : De quelques arguments contestables" , Divergences (juin 2006)

- "Beyond Power/Knowledge. An exploration of the relation of power, ignorance and stupidity", London School of Economics (May 25, 2006).

- "Without Cause", ZNet (May 14, 2005)

- "Value", a chapter in A Reader on Economic Anthropology edited by James
Carrier, Elgar Press, 2005.

- “Azione Diretta e Anarchismo da Seattle in Poi”, in Affinità sovversive: i
movimenti sociali americani nella guerra globale
Franco Barchiesi, editor,
(Rome: DeriveApprodi, 2005), pp. 65-144.

- “Alienation”, in the Charles Scribner New Dictionary of the History of Ideas, 2005.

- "La démocratie des interstices", in Revue du MAUSS Semestrielle (2005) 26

- "Preface: Spring 2005"

- ’Fetishism and Social Creativity, or Fetishes are Gods in Process of Construction’ in Anthropological Theory (2005) 5(4), pp. 407-438.

- Review of Ethnohistory: Emerging Histories in Madagascar (Jeffrey
Kaufmann, ed.), in Journal of Anthropological Research, volume 60, (2004) pp.145-147.

- "The United States : An idea whose time has passed"

- "La sociologie comme science et comme utopie." In Revue du MAUSS
Semestrielle No. 24, "Une théorie sociologique générale est-elle pensable?"
Second Semestre 2004.

- "Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology", Prickly Paradigm Press #14, Spring 2004. Also here

- "Anarchism, Or The Revolutionary Movement Of The Twenty-first Century", ZNet (Jan. 6, 2004)

- "Azione diretta negli Usa e crisi della coalizione del movimento di Seattle
(Direct Action in the USA and the crisis of the Seattle coalition)", in Derive
, special issue In movimento: Stati Unida, Canada, Australia, Winter

- "The Globalization Movement and the New New Left", in Implicating
Empire: Globalization and Resistance in the 21st Century
(Stanley Aronowitz
and Heather Gautney, eds.), New York: Basic Books, January 2003.

- "Anthropology of Globalization (with Notes on Neomedievalism, and the End
of the Chinese Model of the Nation-State)" review essay in American
, December 2002.

- "The New Anarchists" New Left Review 13 (Jan.-Feb 2002)

- "The Globalization Movement: Some Points of Clarification." Items and
(Newsletter of the Social Science Research Council), November 2001

- Towards an Anthropological Theory of Value: The False Coin of Our Own Dreams, Palgrave, 2001.

- “Twilight of Vanguardism”, in The World Social Forum: Challenging
(Jai Sen, Anita Anand, Arturo Escobar, Peter Waterman eds.) New
Delhi, Viveka Foundation, 2004. San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media

- "Rebels without a God" These Times (December 27, 1998

- “Manners, Deference and Private Property” Comparative Studies in Society
and History (Spring 1997) volume 39 number 4.

- “Painful Memories” The Journal of Religion in Africa (December 1997)
dedicated to Madagascar, which also appeared as a book.

- “Love Magic and Political Morality in Central Madagascar, 1875-1990”,
Gender and History volume 8 no 3 (November 1996). Special issue on
“Gendered Colonialisms in African History”. This volume also appeared as a
book of the same name in May 1997.

- “Beads and Money: Notes toward a Theory of Wealth and Power”, American
volume 23 number 1 (February 1996.) This reappeared as
chapter 4 of Towards an Anthropological Theory of Value.

- “Dancing with Corpses Reconsidered: an Interpretation of Famadihana in
Arivonimamo, (Madagascar)” American Ethnologist , volume 22, no 2 (May

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