University of Texas Press | 2004-04-01 | ISBN: 0292701691 | 304 pages | PDF | 3,7 MB
"This book demonstrates that anthropologists have a great deal to contribute to political debate, and that the public spirit of anthropology may be rekindling."
-Mark Pedelty, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Anthropologists have a long tradition of prescient diagnoses of world events. Possessing a knowledge of culture, society, and history not always shared by the media``s talking heads, anthropologists have played a crucial role in educating the general reader on the public debates from World War I to the second Gulf War.
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