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Below you can find a list of publications by CARMAH researchers which can, for the most part, be downloaded either as a pdf or via an external link. Please note that some external links may require you to register access via the providing platform.


Tal Adler

Jacobus Hendrick: Traces of Namibian Social History, German Colonial History, and Berlin Scientific History

Larissa Förster, Dag Henrichsen, Holger Stoecker and Hans Axasi #Eichab (forthcoming), in: Human Remains and Violence 4/2.

Tal Adler

Menschliche Überreste in deutschen Institutionen. Historische Entwicklungen und zukünftige Perspektiven

Sarah Fründt and Larissa Förster (forthcoming), in: Zeller, Joachim; Bechhaus-Gerst, Marianne (eds.) Deutschland postkolonial? Die Gegenwart der imperialen Vergangenheit. Berlin: Metropol-Verlag.

Tal Adler

Endorsement effects and warning potentials. Architecture from Totalitarian eras as heritage

Sharon Macdonald (2018), in Håkan Hökerberg (ed.) Architecture as Propaganda in Twentieth-Century Totalitarian Regimes. History and Heritage. Florence: Polistampa

Tal Adler


Sharon Macdonald (2018), in H.Callan (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Anthropology, Wiley-Blackwell.

The Long Way Home. Zur Biografie restituierter Objekte/Subjekte

Larissa Förster, in: Thierry Greub and Martin Roussel, Martin (eds.) (forthcoming): Portrait. Festschrift für Dietrich Boschung. Wilhelm Fink: Paderborn

Tal Adler

What not to collect: Post-coinnoisseurial dystopia and the profusion of things

Sharon Macdonald and Jennie Morgan (2018), in P.Schorch and C.McCarthy (eds) Curatopia. Museums and the Future of Curatorship, Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Discussing Ethnological Museums: The Epistemology of Postcolonial Debates

Larissa Förster and Friedrich von Bose, in: Philipp Schorch and Conal McCarthy (eds.) (forthcoming): Curatopia: Histories, Theories. Manchester University Press

(c) Bloomsbury

Awkward Art and Difficult Heritage

Jonas Tinius, ‘Awkward Art and Difficult Heritage: Nazi Art Collectors and Postcolonial Archives’, in: Thomas Fillitz and Paul van der Grijp. Eds. An Anthropology of Contemporary Art: Practices, Markets, and Collectors. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 130–145.


(c) Waxmann Verlag

Prekarität und Ästhetisierung

Jonas Tinius, 'Prekarität und Ästhetisierung: Reflexionen zu postfordistischer Arbeit in der freien Theaterszene', in: Ove Sutter and Valeska Flor (Hrsg.) Ästhetisierung der Arbeit. Kulturanalysen des kognitiven Kapitalismus. Bonner Beiträge zur Alltagskulturforschung, Band 11. Münster: Waxmann, S. 139–156

(c) Anders Sune Berg

The Porosity of Darkness

Jonas Tinius, A Conversation on Architecture, Multimedia Arts, and the Venice Biennale’ (with Danish artist Kirstine Roeppstorff and curator of the Danish Pavilion Solvej Helweg Ovesen). Mousse Magazine.

Objects/Subjects in Exile

Wayne Modest, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung and Margareta von Oswald in: L'Internationale Online (ed.). Subjects and Objects in Exile, 2017.


Jonas Tinius
© John Fahy

‘Economy, Happiness, and the Good Life’. An Interview with Prof Edward Fischer (Vanderbilt).

Jonas Tinius and Johannes Lenhard, in: King’s Review. 2016 (1): 90–102.


Plea for a more systematic, comparative, international and long-term approach to restitution, provenance research and the historiography of collections.

Larissa Förster. Museumskunde, vol. 81, pp. 49-54


Logo Heritage Futures


Sharon Macdonald. Heritage Futures Website, 2015.