Hegel, Christine and Sari Pietikäinen. 2021. “Assembling Success: Desire, Worker Mobility, and Value Creation in Finnish Ice Hockey.” The Anthropology of Work Review 42(2). (forthcoming).

Hartmann, Chris, Christine Hegel, Owusu Boampong, and Erofili Graspa. 2021. “COVID-19 Crisis and the Informal Economy: Understanding the Immediate Impacts on Waste Pickers.” In WIEGO Policy Insights (7).

Hegel, Christine. 2021. “Ethnographic Re-entanglements in the Collaborative Ecologies of Film and Contact Improvisation.” In Collaborative Anthropology Today: A Collection of Exceptions. Edited by Dominic Boyer and George E. Marcus.  Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Hartmann, Chris and Christine Hegel. 2021. “COVID-19 Crisis and the Informal Economy: Canners in New York City, USA.” WIEGO Report.

Hartmann, Chris, Christine Hegel, Beverly Crosby, and Josefa Marin. June 21, 2020. “Informal Recyclers are Essential to a Just and Green NYC; Here’s 7 Things We Must Do To Help Them Survive.” Gotham Gazette.

Hartmann, Chris and Christine Hegel. April 16, 2020. “Informal Recyclers Fight for Livelihood Rights in Gentrifying Brooklyn.” The North American Congress on Latin America.

Hegel, Christine, Alix Gerber, and Luke Cantarella. 2020. The Deafening Silence of Public Hearings. In PDC ’20: Proceedings of the 16th Participatory Design Conference – Volume 3, June 19-22, 2020, Manizales, Colombia.

Gerber, Alix and Christine Hegel. 2020. Designing for Self-Determination: Making Futures Without Policing. In PDC ’20: Proceedings of the 16th Participatory Design Conference – Volume 2, June 19-22, 2020, Manizales, Colombia.

Cantarella, Luke, Christine Hegel, and George E. Marcus. 2019 Ethnography by Design: Scenographic Experiments in Fieldwork. London: Bloomsbury Press.

Cantarella, Luke, Christine Hegel, and Sari Pietikäinen. 2018. “Ice Time: Transversal Knowledge Production between Hockey and Art.” In The American Anthropologist ( between-hockey-and-art/).

Hegel, Christine. 2017. “Improvisation.” In Boyer, Dominic and Marcus, George E. Theorizing the Contemporary Series, Cultural Anthropology website, July 27. collaborative-analytics.

Cantarella, Luke, Christine Hegel, and George E. Marcus. 2015. “A Week in Pasadena: Collaborations Toward a Design Modality for Ethnographic Research.” Field: The Journal of Socially-Engaged Art Criticism 1(Spring): 53-94.

Hegel-Cantarella, Christine. 2013. “Notable Families and Capitalist Parasites in Egypt’s Former Free Zone: Law, Trade, and Uncertainty.” In Anthropology of the Middle East and North Africa Into the New Millennium, edited by Susan Slymovics and Sherine Hafez, 165-184. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Hegel-Cantarella, Christine. 2012/2016. “Waiting to Win: Family Disputes, Court Reform, and the Ethnography of Delay.” In Family Law in the Muslim World, edited by Maaike Voorhoeve, 111-146. London: I.B. Tauris.

Hegel-Cantarella, Christine. 2011. “Kin-to-be: Betrothal, Legal Documents, and Remaking Relational Obligations in Egypt.” In Law, Culture and the Humanities. 7(3).


Hegel, Christine. 2020. Book Review of Kathleen Millar, Reclaiming the Discarded: Life and Labor on Rio’s Garbage Dump and Rosalind Fredericks, Garbage Citizenship: Vital Infrastructures of Labor in Dakar, Senegal. In Anthropology of Work Review 40(3).

Hegel, Christine. 2018. Book Review of Laura Guiruis, Copts and the Security State: Violence, Coercion, and Sectarianism in Contemporary Egypt. In Anthropological Quarterly 90(4).

Hegel-Cantarella, Christine. 2011. Book Review of Richard A. Debs, Islamic Law and Civil Code: The Law of Property in Egypt. In Review of Middle East Studies 44(2).

Hegel-Cantarella, Christine. 2009. Book Review of Julia Elyachar. Markets of Dispossession: NGOs, Economic Development, and the State in Cairo. In Political and Legal Anthropology Review. 32(1).