The SAGE Handbook of Social Anthropology
The Handbook is divided into four sections:
-Part I: Interfaces examines Social Anthropology's disciplinary connections, from Art and Literature to Politics and Economics, from Linguistics to Biomedicine, from History to Media Studies.
-Part II: Places examines place, region, culture, and history, from regional, area studies to a globalized world
-Part III: Methods examines issues of method; from archives to war zones, from development projects to art objects, and from ethics to comparison
-Part IV: Futures anticipates anthropologies to come: in the Brain Sciences; in post-Development; in the Body and Health; and in new Technologies and Materialities
Edited by the leading figures in social anthropology, the Handbook includes a substantive introduction by Richard Fardon, a think piece by Jean and John Comaroff, and a concluding last word on futures by Marilyn Strathern. The authors - each at the leading edge of the discipline - contribute in-depth chapters on both the foundational ideas and the latest research.
Comprehensive and detailed, this magisterial Handbook overviews the last 25 years of the social anthropological imagination. It will speak to scholars in Social Anthropology and its many related disciplines.
1186 pages; ISBN 9781446266014
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Title: The SAGE Handbook of Social Anthropology
Author: Richard Fardon; Oliva Harris; Trevor H J Marchand; Cris Shore; Veronica Strang; Richard A Wilson; Mark Nuttall