Anthropology

  1. Radical Egalitarianism

    Radical Egalitarianism (Hardcover)

    Local Realities, Global Relations Edited by Felicity Aulino, Miriam Goheen, and Stanley J. Tambiah, with an Afterword by Michael M. J. Fischer
    Price: $75.00
    In this volume, leading scholars in anthropology, religion, and area studies engage global and local perspectives dialectically to develop a historically grounded, ethnographically driven social science.

    The book’s chapters, drawing on research in East and Southeast Asia, Africa,...

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  2. Radical Egalitarianism

    Radical Egalitarianism (Paperback)

    Local Realities, Global Relations Edited by Felicity Aulino, Miriam Goheen, and Stanley J. Tambiah, with an Afterword by Michael M. J. Fischer
    Price: $27.00
    In this volume, leading scholars in anthropology, religion, and area studies engage global and local perspectives dialectically to develop a historically grounded, ethnographically driven social science.

    The book’s chapters, drawing on research in East and Southeast Asia, Africa,...

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  3. Affliction

    Affliction (Paperback)

    Health, Disease, Poverty Veena Das
    Price: $26.00
    Affliction inaugurates a novel way of understanding the trajectories of health and disease in the context of poverty. Focusing on low-income neighborhoods in Delhi, it stitches together three different sets of issues.

    First, it examines the...

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  4. Affliction

    Affliction (Hardcover)

    Health, Disease, Poverty Veena Das
    Price: $85.00
    Affliction inaugurates a novel way of understanding the trajectories of health and disease in the context of poverty. Focusing on low-income neighborhoods in Delhi, it stitches together three different sets of issues.

    First, it examines the...

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  5. Objects and Objections of Ethnography

    Objects and Objections of Ethnography (Paperback)

    James T. Siegel
    Price: $30.00
    The essays in this volume, in all their astonishing richness and diversity, focus on the question of the “other.” Brimming with whole flotillas of new ideas, they delineate subtle and various ways in which that question can be made the basis of an ethnographic project.

    In them,...

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