Who are "We"?

Who are "We"?

Who do 'we' anthropologists think 'we' are? And how do forms and notions of collective disciplinary identity shape the way we think, write and do anthropology? This volume explores how the anthropological 'we' has been construed, transformed and deployed across history and the global anthropological landscape. Drawing together both reflections and ethnographic case studies, it interrogates the critical – yet poorly studied – roles played by myriad anthropological… (more)

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Publisher: Berghahn Books (June 13, 2018)

Collection: Methodology & History in Anthropology

Page count: 264 pages

Language: English

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