OA Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer and Geoffrey Hobbis. 2021. “Leadership in Absentia: Negotiating Distance in Centralized Solomon Islands.” Oceania 91(1):47-63.

OA Hobbis, Geoffrey and Stephanie Ketterer Hobbis. “Beyond Platform Capitalism: Critical Perspectives on Facebook Markets from Melanesia.” Media, Culture & Society

OA Hobbis, Geoffrey and Stephanie Ketterer Hobbis. 2021. “An Ethnography of Deletion: Materializing Transience in Solomon Islands Digital Cultures.” In Storing and Sharing: Everyday Relationships with Digital Material, edited by Heather Horst, Jolynna Sinanan and Larissa Hjorth [Special Issue], New Media & Society 23(4): 750-765.

OA de Koning, Jessica, Stephanie Ketterer Hobbis, Jeffrey McNeill and Gerard Prinsen. Vacating Place, Vacated Space? A research agenda for places where people leave. Journal of Rural Studies 82: 271-278.

OA Inone, Sharon, Geoffrey Hobbis and Stephanie Ketterer Hobbis. 2021. Solomon Islands Smartphone Today/Mobael fon lo Solomon Aelans tudei. Issues: A Multilingual Journal, 4.


OA Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2020. Beyond Electrification for Development: Solar Home Systems and Social Reproduction in rural Solomon Islands. Asia Pacific Viewpoint (online first). 

OA Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2020. The Pacific ‘Hope-Generating Machine’: Negotiating Development in Solomon Islands. In Engaged Encounters: Thinking about Forces, Fields and Friendships with Monique Nuijten, edited by E.D. Rasch, O. Salemink, B. Buscher and M. Kohne, 69-71. Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers.

OA Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer and Geoffrey Hobbis. 2020. Non-/Human Infrastructures and Digital Gifts: The Cables, Waves and Brokers of Solomon Islands Internet. Ethnos (online first).


Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2019. Rescuing Honiara, Rescuing Gwou’ulu: Negotiating Frictional Village–Town Relations and Politico-Religious (Dis)unity in Solomon Islands. Journal of the Polynesian Society 128(4): 435-456.

OA Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2019. A Road to Development? Rural Perspectives on Infrastructure Maintenance in Solomon Islands. Development in Practice 29(6): 748-759.

Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2019. Review of Small Countries: Structures and Sensibilities, edited by Ulf Hannerz and Andre Gingrich (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017). Social Anthropology/ Anthropologie Sociale 27(1): 118-120.


Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2018. “Mobile Phones, Gender-Based Violence, and Distrust in State Services: Case Studies from Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea.” Asia Pacific Viewpoint 59(1): 60-73.

Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2018. “Biometrics and the Quest for Secure Identities.” In Cultural Anthropology: A Perspective on the Human Condition, Fourth Canadian Edition, edited by E.A. Schultz, R.H. Lavenda, and R.R. Dods. Don Mills: Oxford University Press.

Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2018. “Social Protection Literacy and Gender in Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea.” Vancouver: Commonwealth of Learning, the Commonwealth of Nations.


Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2017. “Peacebuilding, Foodways and the Everyday: A Fragile Confidence in Post-Intervention Solomon Islands.” In Diverging Conceptualizations of the Local in Peacebuilding, edited by Birgit Bräuchler and Philip Naucke [Special Section]. Social Anthropology/ Anthropologie Sociale 25(4): 470-484.

OA Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer and Geoffrey Hobbis. 2017. “Voter Integrity, Trust and the Promise of Digital Technologies: Biometric Voter Registration in Solomon Islands.” Anthropological Forum 27(2): 114-134.; the OA, pre-copyedited version is available here:

Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2017. “‘The Comic and the Rule’ in Pastagate: Food, Humour and the Politics of Language in Quebec.” Food, Culture & Society 20(4): 709-727.

Hobbis, Stephanie Ketterer. 2017. Review of Christianity, Conflict, and Renewal in Australia and the Pacific, edited by Fiona Magowna and Carolyn Schwarz (Brill, 2016). Pacific Affairs 90 (4): 872-875. 

Hobbis, Geoffrey and Stephanie Hobbis. 2017. “Auki.” In Solomon Islands in Pictures, Clive Moore and Simeon Bouro. Honiara: Solomon Islands Government and Solomon Islands National University.


Hobbis, Stephanie. 2016. “Shortages, Priorities and Maternal Health: Muddled Kastom and the Changing Status of Women in Malaita, Solomon Islands.” In Missing the Mark? Women and the Millennium Development Goals in Africa and Oceania, edited by N.M. McPherson, 126-152. Bradford: Demeter Press.


OA Hobbis, Stephanie. 2015. Review of Peaceland: Conflict Resolution and the Everyday Politics of International Intervention, by Séverine Auteserre (Cambridge University Press, 2014). Anthropoliteia.

OA Hobbis, Geoffrey and Stephanie Hobbis. 2015. “Lau” (Chapter 5: Economic Development and Political Tension, 1990s to 2010s). In Malaita: A Pictorial History from Solomon Islands, by Ben Burt. London: British Museum Press.


Hobbis Ketterer, Stephanie. 2014. “‘Love goes through the Stomach’: A Japanese-Korean Recipe for Post-Conflict Reconciliation.” Anthropology in Action 21(2): 2-13.

Hobbis, Stephanie. 2014. Joint review of 3.11 Disaster and Change in Japan, by Richard J. Samuels (Cornell University Press, 2013) and After the Great East Japan Earthquake: Political and Policy Change in Post-Fukushima Japan, edited by Dominic Al-Badri and Gijs Berends (Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press, 2013). Asian Affairs 45(1):187-190.


Hobbis, Geoffrey and Stephanie Hobbis. 2013. “Mon Dieu, Bourdieu: The Magic of the Academy and its Ancestor Cults.” Anthropologica 55(2):441-453.

Jourdan, Christine and Stephanie Hobbis. 2013. “Tensions internationales autour d’un concombre ‘tueur’: Confiance et glocalisation alimentaire.” Anthropologie et Sociétés 37(2):173-192.

Hobbis, Stephanie. 2013. Review of Popular Democracy in Japan: How Gender and Community are Changing Modern Electoral Politics, edited by Sherry L. Martin (Cornell University Press, 2011). Asian Affairs 44 (2): 349-351.

OA Hobbis, Stephanie. 2013. An (ESL) student’s perspective on internationalizing the Canadian Campus. University Affairs (2013-08-14),


Hobbis, Stephanie. 2012. Review of Recreating Japanese Men, edited by Sabine Frühstück and Anne Walthall (California University Press, 2011). Asian Affairs 43 (2): 352-353.