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Phenomenology in Anthropology: A Sense of Perspective Paperback – 1 Oct 2015

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"[R]eaders of this volume are presented with a strong case for the relevance of a particular (and major) strand within the phenomenological tradition to anthropology, along with several lucid demonstrations of how that strand can be used within anthropological analyses.... [P]rovides a new and coherent orientation to what has been happening in the field." Geoffrey Samuel, Cardiff University"

"[R]eaders of this volume are presented with a strong case for the relevance of a particular (and major) strand within the phenomenological tradition to anthropology, along with several lucid demonstrations of how that strand can be used within anthropological analyses.... [P]rovides a new and coherent orientation to what has been happening in the field." --Geoffrey Samuel, Cardiff University



-[R]eaders of this volume are presented with a strong case for the relevance of a particular (and major) strand within the phenomenological tradition to anthropology, along with several lucid demonstrations of how that strand can be used within anthropological analyses.... [P]rovides a new and coherent orientation to what has been happening in the field.- --Geoffrey Samuel, Cardiff University

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Kalpana Ram is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Macquarie University and Director of the India Research Centre. Her books include Fertile Disorder: Spirit Possession and Its Provocations of the Modern.

Christopher Houston is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Macquarie University. His books include Kurdistan: Crafting of National Selves (IUP, 2008).


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