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Resplendent Sites Discordant Voices

Author : Malcolm Crick
ISBN : 9781136645082
Genre : Social Science
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First Published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Exploring Confrontation

Author : Michael Roberts
ISBN : 3718656922
Genre : Social Science
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First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Magical Body

Author : Richard Eves
ISBN : 9781134410507
Genre : Social Science
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An intriguing exploration of the role and significance of the body in the world of a Pacific Islands People, the Lelet of New Ireland (Papua New Guinea). In vivid ethnographic detail, the monograph captures the fluidity and complexity of Lelet conceptions of corporeality and their significance to identity as they encounter the influences of modernity, in the form of colonialism, Christianity and cash-cropping. The author examines the importance of the body to constructions of identity and difference, and its role in the constitution of place and space. The book provides a richly detailed ethnographic study of magical belief and the body whilst paying particular attention to the polyvalent meanings of bodily images and metaphors as they are used in numerous contexts of magic.

Mapping Cultures

Author : L. Roberts
ISBN : 9781137025050
Genre : Social Science
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An interdisciplinary collection exploring the practices and cultures of mapping in the arts, humanities and social sciences. It features contributions from scholars in critical cartography, social anthropology, film and cultural studies, literary studies, art and visual culture, marketing, museum studies, architecture, and popular music studies.

Jaso

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105028423130
Genre : Anthropology
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The Rumour Of Calcutta

Author : John Hutnyk
ISBN : 1856494071
Genre : History
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'A substantial contribution to an established and rapidly developing interdisciplinary literature on tourism as a key topic in the study of contemporary cultures... among the most intensive, original and theoretically sophisticated critical studies of contemporary tourism' - George Marcus, Professor of Anthropology, Rice University 'Excellent... in some places exciting, in others brilliant. I can pay Hutnyk no greater compliment than to say that his story of Calcutta should survive as a living imagery.' - Ashis Nandy, Center for the Study of Developing Societies, New Delhi

Anthropology

Author : John Perry
ISBN : PSU:000025991901
Genre : Anthropology
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Travel Worlds

Author : Raminder Kaur
ISBN : 1856495612
Genre : Political Science
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Tackling the dearth of politically-engaged work on travel and tourism, this book provides a counter-narrative of travel-worlds shaped by divergent legacies: of colonialism, crusades, migration, diaspora, displacement, tourism, ethnography, political insurgency and transnationalization. The issues addressed include: north-south traffic in hip hop, Kung-Fu and sex tourism; missionaries in India, academics in the west; Saint George as an Arab soldier in The Crusades; the Indian-Pakistan border, displacement and defiance; mobile resistance to nation-state hegemonies in Bangladesh; the international market value of dead tourists; pop personalities, MTV and souvenir culture; diasporized Mirpuri youth on travel; touring black women, pleasure islands; and ethnographers abroad. Such diverse journeys are plotted using counter-hegemonic perspectives on the politics and practice of travel.

Caste Occupation And Politics On The Ganges

Author : Assa Doron
ISBN : 0754675505
Genre : Social Science
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This intriguing anthropological study investigates how the boatmen of Banaras have repositioned themselves within the traditional social organization and used their privileged position on the river to contest upper-caste and state domination. Assa Doron examines the evolution of the boatmen community, drawing on a variety of sources to illuminate the cultural politics of social and economic inequality in contemporary India.

Subject Guide To Books In Print

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025888558
Genre : American literature
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