By Ruth Osterweis Selig, Marilyn R. London, P. Ann Kaupp, Robert L. Humphrey
This new version bargains numerous sincerely written and with no trouble obtainable articles from the Smithsonian’s hugely acclaimed, award-winning booklet AnthroNotes. many of the world's best anthropologists discover primary questions people ask approximately themselves as participants, as societies, and as a species. The articles display the richness and breadth of anthropology, overlaying not just the basic topics but in addition the altering views of anthropologists over the 150-year heritage in their box. Illustrated with unique cartoons by way of anthropoligst Robert L. Humphrey, Anthropology Explored opens as much as lay readers, lecturers, and scholars a self-discipline as various and interesting because the cultures it observes.
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