Brands and Their Surfeits: Supplemental Material

This post builds on the research article “Brands and Their Surfeits,” which was published in the February 2013 issue of the Society’s peer-reviewed journal, Cultural Anthropology.

Editorial Footnotes

Cultural Anthropology has published a number of articles on counterfeits, including Nils Bubandt's "From the Enemy's Point of View: Violence, Empathy, and the Ethnography of Fakes" (2009), Karen Strassler's "The Face of Money: Currency, Crisis, and Remediation in Post-Suharto Indonesia" (2009), and Alaina Lemon's ""Your Eyes Are Green like Dollars": Counterfeit Cash, National Substance, and Currency Apartheid in 1990s Russia"(1998).

Cultural Anthropology has also published articles on shifts in the global economy. See for example, Smoki Musaraj's "Tales from Albarado: The Materiality of Pyramid Schemes in Postsocialist Albania" (2011), Robert Foster's "The Work of the New Economy: Consumers, Brands, and Value Creation" (2007), and Karen Ho's "Situating Global Capitalisms: A View from Wall Street Investment Banks" (2005).