About James B. Greenberg
Editor,Journal of Political Ecology.
Weaver, Thomas, James B. Greenberg, Anne Browning, William Alexander, (editors). 2012. Neoliberalism and Commodity Production in Mexico. University of Colorado Press.
Biersack, Aletta, and James B. Greenberg. 2006. Reimagining Political Ecology, Duke University Press, with Aletta Biersack, 419 pp. Ebook 2009; Second printing 2012.
Greenberg, James B. 1989. Blood Ties: Life and Violence in Rural Mexico. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 288 pp. [1992 Second edition, Paper back edition]
Greenberg, James B. 1981. Santiago's Sword: Chatino Peasant Religion and Economics. Berkeley: University of California Press, 227 pp. [Spanish translation: 1988 Religion y Economia de los Chatinos. México: Instituto Nacional Indigenista.
Books in Press.
Park, Thomas K. and James B. Greenberg. The Roots of Western Finance: Power, ethics, and social capital in the ancient world. (Lexington Books, due out Spring 2017).
Greenberg, James B. and Thomas K Part. Hidden Interests in Credit and Finance: Power, ethics, and social capital across the last millennium (In Press, Lexington Books, due out Fall, 2017)
Selected Articles and Chapters. Greenberg, James B. and Luminita A Mandache. 2017. Neoliberal Policies and the Reshaping of the US-Mexico Border: The Case of Arizona in Anthropological Visions of the US-Mexico Transborder Region, Carlos Velez-Ibanez and Josiah McHeyman (eds). University of Arizona Press, p. 178-189.
Greenberg, James B. 2004. Medio Mileno de Credito entre los Mixes de Oaxaca. Cuadernos del Sur. México, Num 10, pp. 31-50.
Greenberg, J.B. 1998. The Tragedy of Commoditization: The political ecology of the Colorado River delta's destruction. Research in Economic Anthropology, Vol. 19: 133-14
Greenberg, James B. 1997. Caciques, Patronage, Factionalism, and Variations among Local Forms of Capitalism. In Citizens of the Pyramid: Essays on Mexican Political Culture, Edited by Wil G. Pansters. Thela Publishers, Amsterdam. pp. 337-362.
Greenberg, James B. 1995. Capital, Ritual, and the Boundaries of Closed Corporate Communities. In Articulating Hidden Histories., Edited by Rayna Rapp and Jane Schneider. University of California Press., pp. 67-81
Anth 395 Anthropology of Terrorism
Anth 495-595 Political Ecology
Anth 507 Foundatons of Applied Anthropology
Anth 550 Anthropology of Credit
Anth 611 Ecological Anthropology
Areas of Study
Mexico & Mesoamerica
Latin America & the Caribbean
Operational Assessment of Oxfam’s ‘Savings for Change’ microcredit model in Mali. [with Mamadou Baro]
Snail Paces: The Political and Cultural Ecology of the Dye-Producing Snail Plicopurpura Columellaris in Oaxaca, Mexico. [With Raphael Sagarin]
A Bi-national Assessment of the Disease Burden of Tuberculosis in Mexican Indigenous Migrant Communities in Sonora and Arizona. [With Thomas Weaver]
The political ecology; anthropology of credit, development, and local forms of capital.
Ph.D. U of Michigan, 1978