Excluded ancestors, inventible traditions : essays toward a more inclusive history of anthropology /
History-making can be used both to bolster and to contest the legitimacy of established institutions and canons. Excluded Ancestors, Inventible Traditions seeks to widen the anthropological past and, in doing so, to invigorate contemporary anthropological practice. In the past decade, anthropologist...
|Other Authors:||Handler, Richard, 1950-|
University of Wisconsin Press,
History of anthropology ;
Excluded ancestors, inventible traditions.
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