Anthropology and the Colonial Encounter


We have been reminded time and again by anthropologists of the ideas of the enlightenment in wich the intellcectual inspiration of anthropology is supposed to lie.The papers in this book analyse and document ways in which anthropological thinking and practice have been affected by British colonialism.They approach this topic from different points of view and at different levels.Each stands as as original contribution to the argument which is only just beginning.

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Limp printed card covers somewhat grubby and stained,Size 9×6 pp 287,inc,Notes on contributors,index of names,bibliographical essay and notes,various tables and genealogical charts,notes on text.No maps or plates text only.Hinges strong,Binding tight (suggest unread).no actual foxing.Handsoiled and slightly age-browned throughout.Otherwise internally clean.


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