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Martha Macintyre

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Martha Macintyre is currently the editor of The Australian Journal of Anthropology and an honorary Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne. She gained her PhD from the Australian National University and has held positions at the Australian National University, Monash University, La Trobe University and the University of Melbourne. She has undertaken research in Papua New Guinea since 1979. Her research interests include historical ethnography, economic anthropology, gender, the social impacts of mining, medical anthropology, fisheries in Melanesia, environmental anthropology and human rights. Her publications include Human Rights and Gender Politics: Perspectives on the Asia Pacific Region, co-edited with A Hildson, V Mackie, and M Stivens (2000), and Women Miners in Developing Countries: Pit Women and Others, co-edited with K Lahiri-Dutt (2006).

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ALL TITLES BY MARTHA MACINTYRE
Managing Modernity in the Western Pacific
Managing Modernity...
Mary Patterson
Martha Macintyre


Managing modernity in the Western Pacific takes a broad sweep through contemporary topics in Melanesian anthropology and ethnography. With nuanced and rigorous scholarship, it views contemporary debat ...


Managing modernity in the Western Pacific
Managing modernity...
Mary Patterson
Martha Macintyre


Fast money schemes in Papua New Guinea, collectivities in rural Solomon Islands, gambling in the Cook Islands, and the Vanuatu tax haven—all feature in the interface between Pacific and global economi ...