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Fanti Kinship and the Analysis of Kinship


Terminologies
David B. Kronenfeld
“This book raises all the necessary questions about the nature and the
Ritual Encounters Made-from-Bone goals of different versions of kinship theory and formal analysis, and at
Otavalan Modern and Mythic every turn it brings to bear Kronenfeld’s splendid field ethnography.”—F.
Trickster Myths, Music, and History
Community K. Lehman (F. K. L. Chit Hlaing), professor of anthropology, linguistics,
from the Amazon
Michelle Wibbelsman
and cognitive science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jonathan D. Hill
392 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 60 black & white photographs, 60 line drawings, 25 tables. 2008.
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images, music, and hypnotic rhythms mythic history and musicscapes of the
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yearned for an ethnographer’s deep masterfully captures the sensuous and Reworking Anthropology in the Global Age
analysis. Michelle Wibbelsman’s poetic dimensions of Wakuénai narra- Faye V. Harrison
eloquent ethnography has set a new tives while highlighting their enduring
standard for the study of ritual in the “Outsider Within is a real winner. The anthropology field has been waiting
engagement with the events, struggles,
Andes.”—Robert E. Rhoades, author of over three decades for new scholarship on the African diaspora to the New
and uncertainties of modern life.”
Development with Identity, Community, World.”
—Fernando Santos-Granero,
Culture and Sustainability in the Andes —Tony Whitehead, professor of medical anthropology, University of
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
Maryland
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Finding Cholita The Napo Runa of Imagery and Power in Modern Amazonia
Billie Jean Isbell Amazonian Ecuador Norman E. Whitten Jr. and Dorothea Scott Whitten
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which anthropologists write about the suitable as an undergraduate text.” and Pishtacos: Stories of Race and Sex in the Andes
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Anthropology of Kinship: An Introductory Text Native American Music in Eastern North America: —William H. Wiggins Jr., professor emeritus of Af-
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