Blair Rutherford
Blair Rutherford
Carleton Unviersity
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Working on the margins: Black workers, white farmers in postcolonial Zimbabwe
B Rutherford
Zed Books, 2001
Land reform & changing social relations for farm workers in Zimbabwe
S Moyo, B Rutherford, D Amanor‐Wilks
Review of African Political Economy 27 (84), 181-202, 2000
Conditional belonging: farm workers and the cultural politics of recognition in Zimbabwe
B Rutherford
Development and change 39 (1), 73-99, 2008
Zimbabwean farm workers in northern South Africa
B Rutherford, L Addison
Review of African Political Economy 34 (114), 619-635, 2007
To find an African witch: Anthropology, modernity, and witch-finding in North-West Zimbabwe
B Rutherford
Critique of anthropology 19 (1), 89-109, 1999
A ‘cartography of concern’: Place-making practices and gender in the artisanal mining sector in Africa
C Huggins, D Buss, B Rutherford
Geoforum 83, 142-152, 2017
Gender and artisanal and small-scale mining: implications for formalization
D Buss, B Rutherford, J Stewart, GE Côté, A Sebina-Zziwa, R Kibombo, ...
The Extractive Industries and Society 6 (4), 1101-1112, 2019
An unsettled belonging: Zimbabwean farm workers in Limpopo province, South Africa
B Rutherford
Journal of Contemporary African Studies 26 (4), 401-415, 2008
Desired publics, domestic government, and entangled fears: On the anthropology of civil society, farm workers, and white farmers in Zimbabwe
B Rutherford
Cultural Anthropology 19 (1), 122-153, 2004
Belonging to the farm (er): farm workers, farmers, and the shifting politics of citizenship
B Rutherford
Zimbabwe’s unfinished business: rethinking land, state and nation in the …, 2003
Commercial farm workers and the politics of (dis) placement in Zimbabwe: colonialism, liberation and democracy
B Rutherford
Journal of Agrarian Change 1 (4), 626-651, 2001
Gender and artisanal and small-scale mining in central and east Africa: Barriers and benefits
D Buss, B Rutherford, A Sebina-Zziwa, R Kibombo, F Kisekka
Grow research series, 2017
Land reform in Zimbabwe: challenges and opportunities for poverty reduction among commercial farm workers
E Waeterloos, B Rutherford
World Development 32 (3), 537-553, 2004
Farm labor struggles in Zimbabwe: The ground of politics
B Rutherford
Indiana University Press, 2016
Gendering women's livelihoods in artisanal and small-scale mining: an introduction
D Buss, B Rutherford
The (In) Visibility of Women and Mining, 1-16, 2022
The uneasy ties of working and belonging: the changing situation for undocumented Zimbabwean migrants in northern South Africa
B Rutherford
Irregular Migrants, 33-49, 2013
Another side to rural Zimbabwe: social constructs and the administration of farm workers in Urungwe District, 1940s
B Rutherford
Journal of Southern African Studies 23 (1), 107-126, 1997
Migration, Intersectionality and Social Jusice-Guest Editors' Introduction
D Stasiulis, Z Jinnah, B Rutherford
Studies in Social Justice, 2020
Shifting the debate on land reform, poverty and inequality in Zimbabwe, an engagement with Zimbabwe's Land Reform: Myths and Realities
B Rutherford
Journal of Contemporary African Studies 30 (1), 147-157, 2012
The politics of boundaries: the shifting terrain of belonging for Zimbabweans in a South African border zone
B Rutherford
African Diaspora 4 (2), 207-229, 2011
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