Readings for A history of anthropological theory

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Full title: Readings for A history of anthropological theory / edited by Paul A. Erickson & Liam D. Murphy.
Alternative titles: History of anthropological theory
Other authors: Erickson, Paul A.
Murphy, Liam D. 1968-
Format: Book           
Edition: 3rd ed.

Summary: "This comprehensive anthology presents 40 readings that are critical to an understanding of anthropological theory and the development of anthropology as an academic discipline. The readings have broad anthropological appeal, emphasizing social and cultural anthropology." "The third edition has been completely revised throughout and organized to work more closely alongside the companion overview text, A History of Anthropological Theory. It includes six new readings as well as two original essays written by contemporary anthropologists on "Why Theory Matters." These new essays help ground the more abstract readings in the collection. The glossary has been significantly expanded and the discussion questions have been revised. The result is a volume that offers not only a strong foundation in the history of the discipline but also a good overview of developments in twentieth- and twenty-first-century anthropological theory, including feminist anthropology, postmodernity, medical anthropology, globalization, postcolonialism, and public anthropology."--BOOK JACKET.
Other authors: Erickson, Paul A., Murphy, Liam D. 1968-
Language: English
Published: Toronto ; New York : University of Toronto Press, 2010.
Classmark: A301.01 /737186
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 629-632).
ISBN: 9781442600690