The relevance of models for social anthropology; (A.S.A. monographs)
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Condition: Used: Very Good. Published by Routledge About this Item: Routledge, Seller Inventory SKU Yoruba popular life in theatre His main regional focus is the Maya of Yucatan. His theoretical interests include creativity, emotions and cognition, dreams and their interpretation, and the interactions of scientifc and magico-religious modes of thought. Her research and publications focus on the material and visual culture of tourism locales in Rotorua, New Zealand, and the Canadian northwest coast, and the mediation of cross-cultural social relations.
Her research interests include experience and the ageing self, social memory, place and temporality, and public understandings of genetics. Other recent publications include an article in The Sociological Review and a chapter in an edited volume, Kinship Matters forthcoming. She has carried out extensive ethnographic feldwork in the north of England and has published widely on kinship and new reproductive technologies. He has carried out feldwork with people who live on the banks of the river Amazon in Brazil. Recently he started archival research on the history of the region, and is currently writing a book entitled Rebellion on the Amazon.
She has researched and taught in the felds of anthropology and cultural history at the Universities of Kent and Sussex. Her publications include Beyond the Body. Death and Social Identity with J.
Hockey and G. Howarth, , Cultural Encounters. Representing Otherness edited with B. Hockey, She is currently writing Anatomy Museum. Her research and publications focus on the historical anthropology of the body, death and dying, visual and material cultures and histories of collecting and museums. She is also involved in collaborative museum, exhibition and digitization projects.
She has published some 30 books and articles. Among them are monographs on Icelandic history and society, works exploring the foundations of anthropology, edited volumes on human rights and a number of textbooks. A recent monograph entitled Action. Anthropology in the Company of Shakespeare provides an important background for the chapter presented in this volume. He has a long-standing interest in the ethnography and history of Melanesian societies, most especially those of Papua New Guinea.
He recently co-edited with Marilyn Strathern Transactions and Creations. Property debates and the stimulus of Melanesia Her regional research interests focus on Indonesia, and she has carried out feldwork in Java and Bali over the course of twenty years. Her areas of interest are cultural politics, performance, media, gender and social change.
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She also works in the feld of visual anthropology, and her flms include The Dancer and the Dance and Tayuban. Dancing the Spirit in Java. She has just completed a book about Javanese dance. He has carried out ethnographic feldwork among Saami and Finnish people in Lapland, and has written extensively on comparative questions of environment, technology and social organization in the circumpolar North, as well as on evolutionary theory in anthropology, biology and history, on the role of animals in human society, on issues in human ecology, language and tool use, and on environmental perception and skilled practice.
His latest book, The Perception of the Environment, was published by Routledge in He is currently writing and teaching on the comparative anthropology of the line, and on issues on the interface between anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture. These include Creative Land. She is currently working on a project about post-war cultural policy in relation to the Nazi past, and especially Fascist architecture, in Nuremberg, Germany. Her research interests include Pentecostalism and popular religiosity in Brazil and Portugal, migration, skills and urban transformations, and conversion, ritual and cosmology.
Her publications include The Contributors - xvi - Na Posse da Palavra - religio, converso e liberdade pessoal em dois contextos nacionais and Os evanglicos Amar S. Mall is a doctoral candidate at the Department of Anthropology, University College London, with research interests in material and visual culture. His chapter in this volume is based on fieldwork conducted in India during summer , in fulflment of a Master of Research degree funded by an ESRC studentship at University College London. Mall has previously worked in the area of museum access and collections management. Fuyubi Nakamura obtained a doctorate for her thesis about contemporary Japanese calligraphy from the University of Oxford in She started her anthropology career at the University of Sussex, and specializes in the felds of museology and visual and material culture.
Her other research interests include the historical reception of Japan in Britain by examining ethnographic collections, especially the Basil Hall Chamberlain collection at the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford. She has also worked for flm festivals in Tokyo. She has contributed to a number of panel discussions on anthropology and art, including Fieldworks. Her current research focuses on Algeria, Mali and trans-Saharan connections.