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Burning Women A Global History of Widow-Sacrifice from Ancient Times to the Present
ISBN: HB: 9781905422029, Seagull Books, November 2005
621 pp., 21.2x14 cm, 30 halftones
"Following into death" is an ancient and widespread custom which entails one or more people – voluntarily or involuntarily – following a dead man or woman into death. The event is ritualized as a public act. The decisive feature is not the manner of...
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£79,00
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Illusion of Cultural Identity
ISBN: PB: 9781850656609, ISBN: HB: 9781850656555, Hurst Publishers, October 2005
312 pp., 21.6x13.8 cm
For sale in CIS only! An examination of the fluidity of ideas of culture with relation to identity, state-builfing and political action. Does the West impose its own definition of human rights and democracy on the rest of the world? Does globalisati...
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£19,95
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Chicago Guide to Collaborative Ethnography
ISBN: PB: 9780226468907, ISBN: HB: 9780226468891, University of Chicago Press, September 2005
216 pp., 23x15 cm
Collaboration between ethnographers and subjects has long been a product of the close, intimate relationships that define ethnographic research. But increasingly, collaboration is no longer viewed as merely a consequence of fieldwork; instead collabo...
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£15,00
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£33,00
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First Peoples Indigenous Cultures and Their Futures
ISBN: PB: 9781861892416, Reaktion Books, February 2005
176 pp., 21x14.8 cm, 6 illus.
"First Peoples" argues, controversially, that far from disappearing in the face of global capitalism, indigenous cultures today are as diverse as they ever were. Rather than being absorbed into a uniform modernity, indigenous peoples are anticipating...
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