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- Oxford University Press 1992; US$ 169.99
This study explores the role of aggression in primate social systems and its implications for human behaviour. more...
- Wiley 2008; US$ 129.95
“This is one of the best collections of its kind. Written by leading anthropologists, this volume takes up Foucault’s challenge to modern knowledge and significantly expands the discourse on our current cultural and epistemological predicament.” Bill Maurer, University of California, Irvine “Ranging across colonialism,... more...
- PM Press 2015; US$ 9.99
Brian Morris is professor emeritus of anthropology at Goldsmiths College, London. He is the author of The Anarchist Geographer: An Introduction to the Life of Peter Kropotkin ; Bakunin: The Philosophy of Freedom ; Ecology and Anarchism: Essays and Reviews on Contemporary Thought ; Kropotkin: The Politics of Community . Peter Marshall is a... more...
- Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 2005; US$ 52.95
The Anthropology of Development and Globalization is a collection of readings that provides an unprecedented overview of this field that ranges from the field’s classical origins to today’s debates about the “magic” of the free market. Explores the foundations of the anthropology of development, a field newly animated by... more...
- University Press of Colorado 2010; US$ 17.95
The Anthropology of Labor Unions presents ethnographic data and analysis in eight case studies from several very diverse industries. It covers a wide range of topics, from the role of women and community in strikes to the importance of place in organization, and addresses global concerns with studies from Mexico and Malawu. Union-organized workplaces... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 49.95
Anthropology of Violence has only recently developed into a field of research in its own right and as such it is still fairly fragmented. Anthropology of Violence and Conflict seeks to redress this fragmentation and develop a method of cross-cultural analysis. The study of important conflicts, such as wars in Sarajevo, Albania and Sri Lanka as well... more...
- Wiley 2009; US$ 145.95
“This is a nuanced, original framework for thinking about the state as a highly variable phenomenon of emergent world orders. With its expert selection of readings and comprehensive analysis, this volume is bound to become a standard reference and popular teaching tool.” – George Marcus , University of California, Irvine “... more...
- Princeton University Press 2009; US$ 42.00
Challenging the modern assumption that ancient Athens is best understood as a polis , Edward Cohen boldly recasts our understanding of Athenian political and social life. Cohen demonstrates that ancient sources referred to Athens not only as a polis , but also as a "nation" ( ethnos ), and that Athens did encompass the characteristics now used to... more...
- Zed Books 2012; US$ 29.95
Two decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, why are the notable democracies of the US, India, and Israel building massive walls and fences on their borders? Despite predictions of a borderless world through globalization, these three countries alone have built security barriers totaling an astonishing 5,700 km. Border Walls analyzes how these controversial... more...
- Berghahn Books 2009; US$ 120.00
Cultural life in the former German Democratic Republic (GDR) was strictly controlled by the ruling party, the SED, who attempted to dictate how people spent their free time by prohibiting privately organized leisure time pursuits and offering instead cultural activities in state institutions and organizations. By exploring the nature of dictatorial... more...