• Publications of Ara Wilson

      • Books

          • (2004).
          • The Intimate Economies of Bangkok: Tomboys, Tycoons, and Avon Ladies in The Global City.
          • University of California.
          • [web]
      • Journal Articles

          • A. Wilson.
          • (2012).
          • Anthropology and the Political Philsophy of Hardt and Negri: Introduction.
          • Focaal
          • Ara Wilson (Eds.),
          • ,
          • Special Theme Issue on Hardt & Negri
          • .
          • [Wilson Focaal Introduction 2012]
          • (2011).
          • National Economy and Bodily Scales: Medical Tourism in Thailand.
          • Body and Society
          • Elizabeth Roberts & Nancy Scheper-Hughes (Eds.),
          • ,
          • Special Issue on Medical Migrations
          • .
          • (2010).
          • Sexuelle Gerechtigkeit und die globalisierungskritische Bewegung.
          • Luxembourg.
          • ,
          • 1
          • .
          • (Translation and reprint of "Sex at the Forum")
          • (December, 2009).
          • Post-Fordist Desires: The Commodity Aesthetics of Bangkok Sex Shows.
          • Feminist Legal Studies
          • .
          • [Proof of Post-fordist desires]
          Publication Description

          Submitted as part of special theme on sexuality and markets.

          • (2008).
          • The Sacred Geography of Bangkok's Markets.
          • International Journal of Urban and Regional Research
          • Smriti Srinivas & Mary Hancock (Eds.),
          • ,
          • 32
          • (3)
          • ,
          • 631 - 642.
          • (1999).
          • The Empire of Direct Sales and the Making of Thai Entrepreneurs.
          • Critique of Anthropology
          • .
      • Book Chapters

          • Ara Wilson.
          • (forthcoming).
          • Urban Sexualities.
          • In Don Nonini (Eds.),
          • Wiley Blackwell Companion to Urban Anthropology
          • .
          • Wiley Blackwell.
          • (2012).
          • Intimacy: A Useful Concept for Global Analysis.
          • In Victoria Rosner & Geraldine Pratt (Eds.),
          • The Global & the Intimate
          • .
          • Columbia University Press.
          • [PDF]
          • (2010).
          • NGOs as Erotic Sites.
          • In Amy Lind (Eds.),
          • Development, Sexual Rights and Global Governance
          • .
          • Routledge.
          • (2010).
          • Medical Tourism in Bangkok.
          • In Aihwa Ong and Nancy Chen (Eds.),
          • Asian Biotech
          • .
          • Duke UP.
          • [PDF]
          • (2008).
          • Plural Economies and Gendered Resistance in Bangkok.
          • In John Foran, Kum-Kum Bhavnani, Priya Kurian, Debashish Munshi (Eds.),
          • On the Edges of Development: Cultural Interventions
          • .
          • Routledge.
          • (2007).
          • Diasporic agents and trans-Asian flows in the making of Asian modernity.
          • In Hobson & Seabrooke (Eds.),
          • Everyday Politics of the World Economy
          • .
          • Cambridge.
          • [web]
          • [Diasporic Agents 2007 pdf]
          • (2003).
          • The Transnational Geography of Sexual Rights.
          • Truth Claims: Representation and Human Rights. Eds. Mark Philip Bradley and Patrice Petro. Pp. 253-265. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
          • .
          • [Transnational Sexual Rights Pdf]
          • (2003).
          • Bangkok, the Bubble City.
          • Wounded Cities: Destruction and Reconstruction in a Globalized World.
          • .
          • (1988).
          • American Catalogues of Asian Brides.
          • .
      • Book Reviews

          • A. Wilson.
          • (2008).
          • Queer Isles: Review, Tom Boellstorff, THE GAY ARCHIPELEGO.
          • GLQ
          • ,
          • 14
          • (4)
          • ,
          • 659-663.
          • A. Wilson.
          • (2004).
          • Nicole Constable, ROMANCE ON THE GLOBAL STAGE.
          • American Anthropologist
          • ,
          • 106/4
          • .
      • Other

          • A. Wilson.
          • (forthcoming 2007).
          • Feminism: International and Global Institutions and Networks.
          • In Bonnie Smith (Eds.),
          • The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History
          • Oxford.
          • (Encyclopedia entry)
          • A. Wilson.
          • (2005).
          • Thailand and Sex Tourism.
          • The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History
          • Palgrave Macmillan.
          • (Encyclopedia Entry (brief))
          • A. Wilson.
          • (2000).
          • Patriarchy in Feminist Theory.
          • In Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender (Eds.),
          • Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women
          • ,
          • 3
          • ,
          • (pp. 1493-1497).
      • Work in Progress

          • A.A. Wilson.
          • (2010).
          • Sexual Latitudes: The Erotic Life of Globalization.
          • .
          Publication Description

          Book project.

          • A.A. Wilson.
          • (2010).
          • Medical Tourism Project.
          • .
          Publication Description

          Book project to be based on ethnographic & secondary research.

      • Articles Online

          • (Summer, 2009).
          • SEX AT THE FORUM: SEXUAL JUSTICE AND THE ALTER-GLOBALIZATION MOVEMENT.
          • Scholar and the Feminist (Barnard)
          • ,
          • 7
          • (3)
          • http://sfonline.barnard.edu/sexecon/wilson_01.htm:
          • .
          • (2007).
          • Feminism in the Space of the World Social Forum.
          • Journal of International Women’s Studies
          • ,
          • special issue on the World Social Forum
          • ,
          • 8
          • (3)
          • .
          • [web]
          • (2006).
          • Queering Asia.
          • Intersections
          • ,
          • 14
          • .
          • [web]
          • (2006).
          • “Global Politics and the Feminist Question”.
          • ebr (electronic book review)
          • .
          • [web]
          • (2005).
          • Intra-Asian Circuits and the Problem of Global Queer.
          • Conference Archives of the Sexualities, Genders & Rights in Asia 1st International Conference of Asian Queer Studies
          • .
          • [web]
      • Special Issues

          • (2012).
          • Special Issue: Anthropology and the Radical Political Philosophy of Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt.
          • Focaal
          • Ara Wilson (Eds.),
          • .
          • (Guest editor, Special Issue)
          Publication Description

          Essays by John Kelly, Michael Hardt, Aihwa Ong, Anna Tsing, Ara Wilson, Sylvia Yanagisako.

          Accepted. Under final revisions.

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