Anthropological series

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The social lives of the peoples of the Balkans have long stimulated the imaginations of their northern European neighbors. These peoples and places have anthropological traditions of their own, shaped initially by nationalist movements and, later, by socialism and other political constraints. From an anthropological perspective, this book explores the region between Greece and Slovenia, when. The other modernist basis is secondary in this book; it consists of proofs derived from clinical exploration. In fact, the anthropological framework allowed Freud to project psychological knowledge, acquired from individuals and their neuroses, onto a universal collective, based on the study of ritual and beliefs. Freud speaks of analogy.   This book is both a social history and an anthropological study, investigating how activist practices and the coup not only contributed to the globalization of Istanbul beginning in the s but also exerted their force and influence into the future. Robert Elliott is a Ph.D. student in the Department of History, Duke University5/5. EARLY ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY In anthropology, as in any discipline, there is a continual ebb and flow of ideas. One theoretical orientation will arise and may grow in popularity until another is pro-posed in opposition to it. Often, one orientation will capi-talize on those aspects of a problem that a previous orientation ignored or played Size: 1MB.

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Indians in Pennsylvania (Anthropological Series (Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission)) The classic study of the history of Pennsylvania's Indians /5. Cambridge Handbooks in Anthropology This book series hosts comprehensive, state-of-the-field surveys of key subfields in anthropology.

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We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections,Author: Field Columbian Museum. Jeffrey R. Parsons AP Based on his study of the nearly vanished aquatic economy of Chimalhuacán in the Valley of Mexico, Parsons describes the surviving vestiges of aquatic insect collection and fishing and considers their developmental and archaeological implications within a broad context of historical, ethnographic, biological, ecological, and archaeological information from Mexico.

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In Sexual States: Governance and the Struggle over the Antisodomy Law in India (Duke University Press, ), Jyoti Puri tracks. Sincethe University of Michigan Museum of Anthropological Archaeology (formerly the Museum of Anthropology) has been publishing academic books that feature excellent scholarship, meticulous research, and innovative interpretation.

We continue this tradition today, publishing data-rich monographs on the archaeology and ethnology of North America, Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Europe. Anthropology of Pacific North America.

This series is dedicated to the dissemination of archaeological and anthropological research about the coastal and riverine areas of western North America, Alaska, and the Arctic.

Its scope includes original research, edited volumes, and classic reprints. This series offers a comprehensive view of Asian and Indo-Pacific anthropology and cultural history. It carries studies from China, Japan, South-East Asia, South Asia, and the entire Pacific region, including Australia and New Zealand.

Anthropology. Bloomsbury is a publisher of cutting-edge anthropology research. Helping to cement new areas of scholarship in anthropology, such as sensory studies and visual and material culture, our programme of research, textbooks, and reference content from leading authors are at the forefront of new anthropological horizons.

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Linguistic anthropology studies how language influences social : Nama (Hottentot), Kung (San), Thonga. The California Series in Public Anthropology is a groundbreaking collection of books that share a common goal: to emphasize the anthropologist’s role as an engaged intellectual.

Books in the series affirm anthropology’s commitment to bearing ethnographic witness, to describing, through stories, how life is lived beyond the borders of many.