Mark A. Moberg, Ph.D.
- Caribbean and Central America
- Rural Development
- Alternative Trade
Moberg, Mark. 2014 “Certification and Neoliberal Governance: Moral Economies of Fair Trade in the Eastern Caribbean.” American Anthropologist. 116 (1): 1-16.
Moberg, Mark. 2013 Engaging Anthropological Theory: A Social and Political History. London: Routledge.
Lyon, Sarah and Mark Moberg, eds. 2010 Fair Trade and Social Justice: Global Ethnographies. New York: New York University Press.
Moberg, Mark 2009 “Determinism, Agency and Justice:” in “Richard Manning and Against the Grain: The Environmental Writer Meets the Anthropologists.” Culture and Agriculture. 31 (1): 8-12.
Moberg, Mark. 2008 Slipping Away: Banana Politics and Fair Trade in the Eastern Caribbean. New York: Berghahn Books. (reprinted 2010)
Moberg, Mark 2005 “Fair Trade and Eastern Caribbean Banana Farmers: Rhetoric and Reality in the Anti- Globalization Movement.” Human Organization . 64 (1): 4-15
Moberg, Mark and Tawnya Sesi Moberg 2005 “The United Houma Nation in the U. S. Congress: Corporations, Communities, and the Politics of Federal Acknowledgment.”Urban Anthropology 34 (1): 85-124.
Striffler, Steve and Mark Moberg, eds. 2003 Banana Wars: Power, Production, and History in the Americas. Durham: Duke University Press.
Moberg, Mark 2002 "Erin Brockovich Doesn't Live Here: Environmental Politics and Responsible Care in Mobile County, Alabama." Human Organization 61 (4): 377-389.
Moberg, Mark 2001 "Co-opting Justice: Transformation of a Multi-Racial Environmental Coalition in Southern Alabama." Human Organization 60 (2): 166-177.