Iraq at a Distance
What Anthropologists Can Teach Us About the War
Iraq at a Distance describes the plight of the Iraqi people, caught since 2003 in the carnage between U.S. troops and Iraqi insurgents. This provocative book is a bold attempt by five distinguished anthropologists to study an inaccessible war zone through ground-breaking comparisons with armed conflicts around the world.
Title: Iraq at a Distance
Author: Antonius C. G. M. Robben
- Academic > Anthropology > Ethnology. Social and cultural anthropology > Cultural traits, customs, and institutions > Societal groups, ethnocentrism, diplomacy, warfare, etc.
- Academic > Military Sciences > Military science (General) > War. Philosophy. Military sociology
- Social Science > Anthropology > Cultural
- History > Middle East
- History > Military
- Political Science