'It has been some time since we last had such an insightful and rich book on the Balkans.' Social History Vol. 42(4) 2017
'From all points of view - theoretical, methodological, empirical - this is a brilliantly original book.' Russel King Professor of Geography Sussex University 'A study that goes far beyond the boundaries of conventional ethnography.' Michael Herzfeld Ernest E. Monrad Professor of Social Sciences Harvard University
'Hopefully [The Road] will one day come to inform the policies of the politicians and bureaucrats managing the transformations of contemporary Europe.' Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe Vol 26(1) 2018
'A fascinating book that offers new and often surprising perspectives.' Penny Harvey Professor of Anthropology University of Manchester
'Dalakoglou balances a focus on local stories with a critical eye on history and politics, providing an excellent piece of contemporary anthropological thought.' AllegraLab, 01/02/2018
'A rich and compelling ethnography.' Brian Larkin Professor of Anthropology Columbia University
'I could not have begun to imagine the sheer range of profound insights that anthropology can bring to this single object - the road.' Daniel Miller Professor of Material Culture UCL
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