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2023

Schubert, Johannes. (2023) Dreams of Extractive Development - Reviving the Benguela Railway in Central Angola. In: The Entangled Legacies of Empire: Race, Finance and Inequality. Manchester, pp. 171-180.

2022

Bolt, Maxim and Schubert, Jon. (2022) Engineering the middle classes: State institutions and the aspirations of citizenship. Critique of Anthropology, 42 (4). pp. 347-358.

Schubert, Jon. (2022) 'A vision for the future': Professional ethos as boundary work in Mozambique's public sector. Critique of Anthropology, 42 (4). pp. 400-418.

Schubert, Jon. (2022) Disrupted Dreams of Development: Neoliberal Efficiency and Crisis in Angola. Africa, 92 (2). pp. 171-190.

Schubert, Jon. (2022) Fear and Fainting in Luanda: Paranoid Politics and the Problem of Interpretative Authority in Angola. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 28 (1). pp. 222-239.

2021

Schubert, Jon. (2021) The Work-Intensive Fiction of Frictionless Trade in the Angolan Port of Lobito. Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology (89). pp. 64-78.

2020

Schubert, Jon. (2020) Colonial Resonances. Roadsides (4). pp. 24-31.

Schubert, Jon. (2020) Wilful Entanglements: Extractive Industries and the Co-Production of Sovereignty in Mozambique. Ethnography, 21 (4). pp. 537-558.

2018

Schubert, Jon. (2018) 'A Culture of Immediatism': Co-optation and Complicity in Post-war Angola. Ethnos, 83 (1). pp. 1-19.

Schubert, Jon and Engel, Ulf and Macamo, ElĂ­sio. (2018) Extractive Industries and Changing State Dynamics in Africa : Beyond the Resource Curse. Routledge studies in African development. New York ; London.

2017

Schubert, Jon. (2017) Working the System: A Political Ethnography of the New Angola. Ithaca, NY ; London.

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