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in Rattray, Robert Sutherland, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts; photographed by Robert Sutherland Rattray, 1881-1938 (1900) , 2 page(s)
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written by William Roseberry; in Anthropologies and Histories: Essays in Culture, History, and Political Economy (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1989, originally published 1989), [55]-79
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ABSTINENCE AND POWER: THE PLACE OF PROHIBITION IN AMERICAN HISTORY
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written by Jane Schneider; edited by Stephan Palmie, Aisha Khan and George Baca; in Empirical Futures: Anthropologists and Historians Engage the Work of Sidney W. Mintz (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2009, originally published 2009), 121-153
written by Jane Schneider; edited by Stephan Palmie, Aisha Khan and George Baca; in Empirical Futures: Anthropologists and Historians Engage the Work of Sidney W. Mintz (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2009, originally published 2009), 121-153
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11: Mores and Symbols: Taarnby's Coffee Hours
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written by Barbara Gallatin Anderson; in First Fieldwork: The Misadventures of an Anthropologist (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 1990, originally published 1990), 93-102
written by Barbara Gallatin Anderson; in First Fieldwork: The Misadventures of an Anthropologist (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 1990, originally published 1990), 93-102
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Chapter Three: Wicca, a Way of Working
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written by Loretta Orion; in Never Again the Burning Times: Paganism Revived (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 1995, originally published 1995)
written by Loretta Orion; in Never Again the Burning Times: Paganism Revived (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 1995, originally published 1995)
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9: EATING IN ORDER TO BE
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written by Martin Jones, 1940-; in Feast: Why Humans Share Food (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2007, originally published 2007), [206]-231
The family dinner, the client luncheon, the holiday spread--the idea of people coming together for a meal seems the most natural thing in the world. But that is certainly not the case for most other members of the animal kingdom. In Feast, archeologist Martin Jones presents both historic and modern scientific evid...
written by Martin Jones, 1940-; in Feast: Why Humans Share Food (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2007, originally published 2007), [206]-231
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4: THE COLONIAL PERIOD: FOUNDATIONS
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written by Clifford Geertz, 1926-2006; in Agricultural Involution: The Processes of Ecological Change in Indonesia (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1963, originally published 1963), [47]-82
written by Clifford Geertz, 1926-2006; in Agricultural Involution: The Processes of Ecological Change in Indonesia (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1963, originally published 1963), [47]-82
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IV: The Pueblos of New Mexico
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written by Ruth Benedict, 1887-1948; in Patterns of Culture: An Analysis of Our Social Structure as Related to Primitive Civilizations (New York, NY: Penguin Books, 1934, originally published 1946), 52-119
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written by Jody Glittenberg; in To the Mountain and Back: The Mysteries of Guatemalan Highland Family Life (Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 1994, originally published 1994)
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