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Near Fine. No Jacket. In departing from the traditional stance taken by anthropologists, who study "others" ethnographically, this book explores forms of self-inscription on the part of both the ethnographer and the "others" who are studied; informed by developments in postmodernism, postcolonialism, and feminism, this is an original contibution to the dialogue across disciplinary boundaries; the chapters build upon recent reconsiderations of the uses and meaning of personal narrative to examine the ways in which selves and social forms are culturally constituted through biographical genres; contributors include, in addition to the editor, Kay Warren, David Kideckel, Birgitta Swensson, Henk Driessen, Alexandra Jaffe, Michael Herzfeld, Pnina Motzafi-Haller, and Caroline Brettell (laminated black paper-covered boards with slight shelfwear, otherwise a bright, clean, tight copy)
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