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C.J. Throop. 2015. “Ambivalent Happiness and Virtuous Suffering. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory. 5(3): 121-144.
C.J. Throop and A. Duranti. 2015. “Attention, Ritual Glitches, and Attentional Pull: The President and the Queen.” Phenomenology and Cognitive Sciences 14(4): 1055-1082.
C.J. Throop. 2015. “Sacred Suffering: A Phenomenological Anthropological Perspective.” In Chris Houston and Kalpana Ram (eds). Phenomenology in Anthropology: A Sense of Perspective. Indiana University Press. Pg. 68-90.
A. Duranti, T. A. van Dijk, and C.J. Throop. 2015 “A Dialogue on Intentions.” In Alessandro Duranti (Auth.), The Anthropology of Intentions: Language in a World of Others. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
C.J. Throop. 2014. “Friendship as Moral Experience: Ethnographic Dimensions and Ethical Reflections.” Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 39(1): 68-80.
C.J. Throop. 2014. “Introduction: Friendship, Morality, and Experience.” Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 39(1): 4-18. (Co-Authored with Valerio Simoni)
C.J. Throop. 2014 “Moral Moods.” Ethos 42(1): 65-83.
J. Zigon and C.J. Throop.2014 “Moral Experience: Introduction.” Ethos 42(1): 1-15.
C.J. Throop. 2013. “Sensory Nostalgia, Moral Sensibilities, and the Effort to Belong in Yap (Waqab), Federated States of Micronesia.” In Susanna Trnka, Christine Dureau, and Julie Park (eds), Senses and Citizenships: Embodying Political Life. London: Routledge.
C.J. Throop. 2012.“On the Varieties of Empathic Experience: Tactility, Mental Opacity, and Pain in Yap. Medical Anthropology Quarterly. 26(3): 408-430.
C.J. Throop. 2012. “Moral Sentiments.” In Didier Fassin (ed.) A Companion to Moral Anthropology. Wiley-Blackwell. Pp. 150-168.
C.J. Throop. 2012. “On Inaccessibility and Vulnerability: Some Horizons of Compatibility between Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis.” Special Issue, Horizons of Experience: Phenomenological and Psychoanalytic Anthropologies in Conversation, Sarah Willen and Don Seeman, eds. Ethos 40(1): 75-96.
D. Hollan and C.J.Throop. 2011. “The Anthropology of Empathy: Introduction.” In D.W. Hollan and C.J. Throop (eds), The Anthropology of Empathy: Experiencing the Lives of Others in Pacific Societies. Oxford: Berghahn. Pp. 1-25. (Co-Authored with Douglas Hollan)
C.J. Throop. 2011. “Suffering, Empathy, and Ethical Modalities of Being in Yap (Waqab), Federated States of Micronesia.” In D.W. Holland and C.J. Throop (eds), The Anthropology of Empathy: Experiencing the Lives of Others in Pacific Societies. Oxford: Berghahn. Pp. 119-150.
R. Desjarlais and C.J. Throop. 2011.“Phenomenological Approaches in Anthropology.” Annual Review of Anthropology. 40: 87-102.
C.J. Throop. 2010. “Latitudes of Loss: On the Vicissitudes of Empathy.” American Ethnologist 37(4): 771-782. PDF
K. M. Murphy and C.J. Throop. 2010. “Willing Contours: Locating Volition in Anthropological Theory.” In Keith M. Murphy and C. Jason Throop (eds.), Toward an Anthropology of the Will. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.
C. J. Throop. 2010. “In the Midst of Action: Phenomenological and Cultural Reflections on the Experiential Correlates of Willing.” In Keith M. Murphy and C. Jason Throop (eds.), Toward an Anthropology of the Will. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.
C. J. Throop. 2009. “Intermediary Varieties of Experience.” Ethnos 74(4): 535-558. PDF
C. J. Throop. 2009. “Interpretation and the Limits of Interpretability: On Rethinking Clifford Geertz’ Semiotics of Religious Experience.” Journal of North African Studies 14(3/4): 369-384. PDF
C. J. Throop. 2009. “‘Becoming Beautiful in the Dance’: On the Formation of Ethical Modalities of Being in Yap, Federated States of Micronesia.” Oceania 79(2): 179-201. PDF
C. J. Throop. 2009. “Gradations of Experience: Toward a Diltheyan view of Cultural Subjectivity, History, and Social Action.” In C. Mattingly & U. Jensen, eds. Narrative, Self, and Social Practice. Aarhus, Denmark: Philosophia
Uffe Juul Jensen, C.F. Mattingly, and C.J. Throop. 2009. “From Linguistics to Practice to Narrative: Recent Reformations of Social Theory.” In C. Mattingly & U. Jensen, eds. Narrative, Self, and Social Practice. Aarhus, Denmark: Philosophia.
C. D. Laughlin and C. J Throop. 2009. “Husserlian Meditations and Anthropological Reflections: Toward a Cultural Neurophenomenology of Experience and Reality.” Anthropology of Consciousness 20(2): 130-170. PDF
C. J. Throop. 2008. “On the Problem of Empathy: The Case of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia.” Ethos. 36(4): 402-426 PDF
D. Hollan and C.J. Throop. 2008. “Whatever Happened to Empathy?” Ethos. 36(4): 385-401. PDF
C. J. Throop. 2008. “From Pain to Virtue: Dysphoric Sensations and Moral Sensibilities in Yap (Waqab), Federated States of Micronesia.” Special Issue, Toward a Medical Anthropology of Sensation, Devon Hinton, Laurence Kirmayer, and David Howes (eds.), Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry 45(1): 253-286. PDF
C. Mattingly, N. Lutkehaus, and C. J. Throop. 2008. “Bruner’s Search for Meaning: A Conversation between Psychology and Anthropology.” Ethos 36(1): 1-28 (third author with Cheryl Mattingly and Nancy Lutkehaus). PDF
C. D. Laughlin and C. J. Throop. 2008. “Continuity, Causation and Cyclicity: A Cultural Neurophenomenology of Time-Consciousness.” Time and Mind 2(1): 159-186.
C. J. Throop and C.D. Laughlin. 2007. “Anthropology of Consciousness.” Pg. 631-672 in Philip David Zelazo, Morris Moscovitch, and Evan Thompson (eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Consciousness. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
C. J. Throop. 2005 “Hypocognition, a ‘Sense of the Uncanny,’ and the Anthropology of Ambiguity: Reflections on Robert I. Levy’s Contribution to Theories of ‘Experience’ in Anthropology.” Ethos. 33(4): 499-511. PDF
Iacoboni, M., Lieberman, M. D., Knowlton, B. J., Molnar-Szakacs, I., Moritz, M., C.J. Throop and A.P. Fiske. 2004. “Medial Prefrontal and Parietal Activation while Watching Social Interactions Compared to a Resting Baseline.” NeuroImage 21: 1167–1173 PDF
C. J. Throop. 2003. “Articulating Experience.” Anthropological Theory. 3(2): 219-241. PDF
C. J. Throop. 2003. “Minding Experience: An Exploration of the Concept of ‘Experience’ in the French Anthropology of Durkheim, Lévy-Bruhl, and Lévi-Strauss.” Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. 39(4): 365-382. PDF
C. J. Throop. 2003. “On Crafting a Cultural Mind – A Comparative Assessment of Some Recent Theories of ‘Internalization’ in Psychological Anthropology.” Transcultural Psychiatry 40(1): 109-139. PDF
C. J. Throop and K. M. Murphy. 2002. “Bourdieu and Phenomenology: A critical assessment.” Anthropological Theory 2(2): 185-207. PDF
C. J. Throop. 2002. “Experience, Coherence, and Culture: The Significance of Dilthey’s ‘Descriptive Psychology’ for the Anthropology of Consciousness.” Anthropology of Consciousness 13(1): 2-26. PDF

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