Confronting the Present: Towards a Politically Engaged Anthropology

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Anthropologists study other people and worry about it. In the past this took the form of a professional desire to make our politics always somewhere else and to do with persons characterized as in some way different from ourselves. Now distances shrink and old forms of difference melt as global forces give rise to new processes of differentiation and new possibilities for political collectivities. How does this affect the way we might design a politically relevant anthropology? This book examines these concerns in light of ...

Confronting the Present: Towards a Politically Engaged Anthropology 1999, Berg 3pl, New York

ISBN-13: 9781859732052

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Confronting the Present: Towards a Politically Engaged Anthropology 1999, Berg 3pl, New York

ISBN-13: 9781859732007

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