Peacekeeping and Political Anthropology

Culture and Interoperability in Integrated Missions, International Peacekeeping 15(4):540-555

Motivation et Maintien de la Paix: Élaboration d’un Lien Entre Agir et Structure [Motivation and Peacekeeping : Modeling the Link Between Agency and Structure], Anthropologie et Société 30(1):137-155.

Intervention and Culture: An Anthropological Approach to Peace Operations. Security Dialogue 36(4): 527-544, 2005

Cross-Cultural Considerations in Complex Peace Operations, Negotiation Journal 19(1): 29-49, 2003.

Peacekeepers and Politics: Experience and Political Representation Among U.S. Military Officers, In Anthropology and the United States Military: Coming of Age in the Twenty-first Century. Pamela R. Freese and Margaret C. Harrell, editors. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Pp. 15-27.

Methodological Challenges in the Ethnographic Study of Multilateral Peacekeeping, Political and Legal Anthropology Review 21(1):138-149, 1998.

Cultural Aspects of Peacekeeping: Notes on the Substance of Symbols, Millennium: Journal of International Studies 22(3):547-562, 1993.

Culture, International Affairs and Multilateral Peacekeeping: Confusing Process and Pattern, Cultural Dynamics 2(1):41‑61, 1989.

Cultural Analysis and International Security, Alternatives 13: 529-542, 1988.

European Identity: Diversity in Union, In Constructing Civic Virtue. A. Roberts, editor. Syracuse, NY: Campbell Institute of Public Affairs, 2003.  Pp. 113-126.

Population, Identity and Political Violence, Robert A. Rubinstein and Sandra D. Lane, Social Justice: Anthropology, Peace and Human Rights 3(3/4):139-152, 2003.


Medical Anthropology

Controlling Blinding Trachoma in the Egyptian Delta: Integrating Clinical, Epidemiological and Anthropological Understandings. Robert A. Rubinstein, Sandra D. Lane, Sunny A. Sallam, Ahmed S. Sheta,  Zahira M. Gad, Aida R. Sherif, Mohammed Selim, Ashry Gad, Ahmed Shama, Julius Schachter and Chandler R. Dawson. Anthropology and Medicine 13(2):99-118, 2006.

Marriage Promotion and Missing Men: African American Women in a Demographic Double Bind. Sandra Lane, Robert Keefe, Robert Rubinstein, Brooke Levandowski, Michael Freedman, Alan Rosenthal, Donald Cibula and Maria Czerwinski.  Medical Anthropology Quarterly 18(4):405-428, 2004.

Structural Violence and Racial Disparity in HIV Transmission. Sandra Lane, Robert Rubinstein, Robert Keefe, Noah Webster, Donald Cibula Alan Rosenthal and Jesse Dowdell.  Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 15:319-335, 2004.

“Breaking the Bureaucracy:” Drug Registration and Neocolonial Relations in Egypt, Social Science and Medicine 46(11):1487-1494, 1998.

Towards a Public Health Approach to Bioethics, Sandra D. Lane, Robert A. Rubinstein, Don Cibula and Noah Webster. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 925:25-36.

Judging the Other: Responding to Traditional Female Genital Surgeries, Sandra D. Lane and Robert A. Rubinstein.  The Hastings Center Report 26(3):31-40, 1996.

Other topics:

The Cognitive Consequences of Bilingual Education in Northern Belize, American Ethnologist 6:583-601, 1979.