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Colombia: Bajo Caguan-Caqueta
ISBN: HB: 9780982841983, University of Chicago Press, Field Museum of Natural History, September 2019
452 pp., 27.3x20.9 cm, 13 colour plates, 14 halftones
In April 2018, a large multidisciplinary team of geologists, biologists, social scientists, and local residents explored the rivers, forests, and human communities around the junction of the Caguan and Caqueta Rivers in the lowland Amazonian departme...
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£23,00
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Exotic No More, Second Edition Anthropology for the Contemporary World
ISBN: PB: 9780226636023, ISBN: HB: 9780226635972, University of Chicago Press, September 2019
408 pp., 23.4x15.8 cm, 26 halftones
In this new edition of the anthropological classic "Exotic No More", some of today's most respected anthropologists demonstrate the tremendous contributions that anthropological theory and ethnographic methods can make to the study of contemporary so...
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£23,00
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£68,00
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Hunted Predation and Pentecostalism in Guatemala
ISBN: PB: 9780226624655, ISBN: HB: 9780226624518, University of Chicago Press, September 2019
224 pp., 22.8x15.2 cm
"It's not a process", one pastor insisted, "rehabilitation is a miracle". In the face of addiction and few state resources, Pentecostal pastors in Guatemala City are fighting what they understand to be a major crisis. Yet the treatment centers they o...
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£19,00
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£57,00
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Afterlives of Indigenous Archives
ISBN: PB: 9781512603651, ISBN: HB: 9781512603644, University of Chicago Press, Dartmouth College Press, September 2019
264 pp., 22.8x15.2 cm
"Afterlives of Indigenous Archives" offers a compelling critique of Western archives and their use in the development of "digital humanities". The essays collected here present the work of an international and interdisciplinary group of indigenous sc...
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£34,00
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£72,00
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Akulmiut Neqait Fish and Food of the Akulmiut
ISBN: PB: 9781602233867, University of Chicago Press, University of Alaska Press, September 2019
350 pp., 25.4x17.7 cm, 60 colour plates
For centuries, the Akulmiut people – a Yup'ik group – have been sustained by the annual movements of whitefish. It is a food that sustains and defines them. To this day, many Akulmiut view not only their actions in the world, but their interactions w...
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£27,00
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Stop Mugging Grandma The "Generation Wars" and Why Boomer Blaming Won't Solve Anything
ISBN: HB: 9780300236835, Yale University Press, August 2019
272 pp., 21.6x14 cm
Millennials have been incited to regard their parents' generation as entitled and selfish, and to blame the baby boomers of the Sixties for the cultural and economic problems of today. But is it true that young people have been victimized by their el...
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£18,99
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In Praise of the Bicycle
ISBN: HB: 9781789141382, Reaktion Books, July 2019
96 pp., 19.7x12 cm, 8 illus.
This is the French anthropologist as we've never heard him before: Marc Auge coined the term "non-place" to describe uniquitous, global airports, hotels and motorways filled with anonymous individuals. In this new book, he casts his anthropologist's...
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£9,99
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Psyche on the Skin A History of Self-harm
ISBN: PB: 9781789141481, ISBN: HB: 9781780237503, Reaktion Books, July 2019
320 pp., 19.8x12.9 cm, 55 illus.
Self-harm is thought by many to be a modern epidemic: a phenomenon of the late twentieth century, a symptom of extreme emotional turmoil in young people, particularly young women. Yet it was 150 years ago, within early asylum psychiatry, that self-mu...
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Selfish Ape Human Nature and Our Path to Extinction
ISBN: HB: 9781789141559, Reaktion Books, July 2019
152 pp., 21.6x13.8 cm
Weaving together stories of science and sociology, "The Selfish Ape" offers a refreshing response to common fantasies about the ascent of humanity. Rather than imagining modern humans as a species with godlike powers, or Homo deus, Nicholas P. Money...
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£14,99
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Prayers for the People Homicide and Humanity in the Crescent City
ISBN: PB: 9780226635668, ISBN: HB: 9780226635521, University of Chicago Press, July 2019
272 pp., 22.8x15.2 cm, 5 halftones
"Grieve well and you grow stronger". Anthropologist Rebecca Louise Carter heard this wisdom over and over while living in post-Katrina New Orleans, where everyday violence disproportionately affects Black communities. What does it mean to grieve well...
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