|Current location||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode||Item holds|
|Main library collection New Arrivals||301 Exo 2019||Available||T 19022|
Taking people seriously / Jeremy MacClancy -- Coming of age in the concrete killing fields of the US inner city / Philippe Bourgois, Laurie Kain Hart, George Karandinos, and Fernando Montero -- Religion: it's not what it used to be / Susan Harding -- Gender and sexuality / Sally Engle Merry -- Unraveling "race" for the twenty-first century / Faye V. Harrison -- Imagined but not imaginary: ethnicity and nationalism in the early twenty-first century / Richard Jenkins -- Socialism: ethics, ideologies, and outcomes / Chris Hann -- Economy / James G. Carrier -- Anthropology, terrorism, and counterterrorism / Roberto J. González -- The anthropological borderlands of global migration / Ruben Andersson -- Anthropology and development / Katy Gardner -- Environment and anthropology: socio-natures in a politicized anthropocene / James Fairhead and Melissa Leach -- Toxic life in the anthropocene / Margaret Lock -- Anthropologies of the sciences: thinking across strata / Mike Fortun and Kim Fortun -- Every era gets the internet it deserves (or, the phases of hacking) / Christopher Kelty -- The practice of human rights / Catherine Buerger and Richard Ashby Wilson -- Anthropology and the right to self-determination of forest peoples / Marcus Colchester and Tom Griffiths -- Anthropology/media / Faye Ginsburg -- Reading time: an anthropology of clocks in the history of photography / Christopher B. Steiner -- Critical anthropologies and the resurgence of culture museums: alternative histories / Anthony Alan Shelton -- Paradise postponed: the predicaments of tourism / Jeremy MacClancy -- Resounding power: politicizing the anthropology of music / Matt Sakakeeny.
In this new edition of the anthropological classic Exotic No More, some of today’s most respected anthropologists demonstrate the tremendous contributions that anthropological theory and ethnographic methods can make to the study of contemporary society. With chapters covering a wide variety of subjects—the economy, religion, the sciences, gender and sexuality, human rights, music and art, tourism, migration, and the internet—this volume shows how anthropologists grapple with a world that is in constant and accelerating transformation. Each contributor uses examples from their adventurous fieldwork to challenge us to rethink some of our most firmly held notions. This fully updated edition reflects the best that anthropology has to offer in the twenty-first century. The result is both an invaluable introduction to the field for students and a landmark achievement that will set the agenda for critical approaches to the study of contemporary life.