Jennifer Patico has recently published an article entitled “Kinship and Crisis: The Embedding of Economic Pressures and Gender Ideals in Postsocialist International Matchmaking.” The article appears in the Spring 2010 issue of Slavic Review. The Spring issue of this journal is located with the current print periodicals on the first floor of Library North, while older issues of this title are available in JSTOR.
Dr. Patico is a professor in GSU’s Anthropology Department specializing in sociocultural anthropology. Her areas of interest include gender and power, consumption and material culture, and Russia and postsocialist Europe.
You can find additional works of Dr. Patico’s in the library, including:
Consumption and Social Change in a Post-Soviet Middle Class. Stanford University Press and Woodrow Wilson International Center Press, 2008.
“Spinning the Market: The Moral Alchemy of Everyday Talk in Postsocialist Russia.” Critique of Anthropology (2009) 29 (2): 205-224.