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Conceptions - Infertility and Procreative Technologies in India (Hardcover): Aditya Bharadwaj Conceptions - Infertility and Procreative Technologies in India (Hardcover)
Aditya Bharadwaj
R2,873 R2,564 Discovery Miles 25 640 Save R309 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Infertility and assisted reproductive technologies in India lie at the confluence of multiple cultural conceptions. These `conceptions' are key to understanding the burgeoning spread of assisted reproductive technologies and the social implications of infertility and childlessness in India. This longitudinal study is situated in a number of diverse locales which, when taken together, unravel the complex nature of infertility and assisted conception in contemporary India.

The Political Economy of Conflict and Violence against Women - Cases from the South (Paperback): Kumudini Samuel, Claire... The Political Economy of Conflict and Violence against Women - Cases from the South (Paperback)
Kumudini Samuel, Claire Slatter, Vagisha Gunasekara
R627 R566 Discovery Miles 5 660 Save R61 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Political Economy of Conflict and Violence against Women shows how political, economic, social and ideological processes intersect to shape conflict related gender-based violence against women. Through feminist interrogations of the politics of economies, struggles for political power and the gender order, this collection reveals how sexual orders and regimes are linked to spaces of production. Crucially it argues that these spaces are themselves firmly anchored in overlapping patriarchies which are sustained and reproduced during and after war through violence that is physical as well as structural. Through an analysis of legal regimes and structures of social arrangements, this book frames militarization as a political economic dynamic, developing a radical critique of liberal peace building and peace making that does not challenge patriarchy, or modes of production and accumulation.

On the Public (Hardcover): Alastair Hannay On the Public (Hardcover)
Alastair Hannay
R3,070 Discovery Miles 30 700 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The media often talk about public opinion, the "American" or "British" public, or the movie-going public. A public can hold an opinion and be divided. What is the public and where did it come from? Is there one public or many? Is the very idea of the public a myth?
In this fascinating book, Alastair Hannay explores these questions and unpacks a much talked about but little understood phenomenon. He begins by tracing the origins of the public back to ancient Rome, before arguing that the idea of a public sphere is closely linked to the birth of democracy in the eighteenth century. He also reflects on the Enlightenment and the origins of public opinion, as well as considering the role of the media in creating and manipulating the public, and asks whether the very idea of the public might be uprooted and undermined by the internet and global technology.
Engaging and controversial in equal measure, "On the Public "also draws on famous thinkers who have written about the public, such as Kierkegaard, Hannah Arendt, John Dewey and Jurgen Habermas.

The Court Chronicle of the Kings of Manipur - Cheitharon Kumpapa - Original Text, Translation and Notes Vol. 1. 33-1763 CE... The Court Chronicle of the Kings of Manipur - Cheitharon Kumpapa - Original Text, Translation and Notes Vol. 1. 33-1763 CE (Hardcover)
Saroj N. Arambam Parratt
R3,106 Discovery Miles 31 060 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The "Cheitharon Kumpapa "is the Court Chronicle of the Kings of Manipur, a small formerly independent state situated on the Indian border with Myanmar. The "Cheitharon Kumpapa "is a court account of the state, which claims to record events from the founding of the ruling dynasty in 33 CE. This dynasty continued until the abolition of the monarchy after the merger of the state with India in 1949. The document is thus probably the oldest chronicle in the region, written on hand made "Meetei" (Manipuri) paper made from tree bark in locally made ink with a quill or a bamboo pen. All in all it comprises more than 3000 leaves. This volume contains a copy of the original text of the "Cheitharon Kumpapa," which is authorized by the Palace and the English translation from the original composed in archaic Manipuri script ("Meetei Mayek"). Explanatory notes and a glossary complement this interesting source of information. Scholars working on East and South Asia willfind this volume enlightening and the text will be useful for those readers engaged in social anthropology, religious history, archaeology, human geography and linguistics.

Deadly Contradictions - The New American Empire and Global Warring (Hardcover): Stephen P. Reyna Deadly Contradictions - The New American Empire and Global Warring (Hardcover)
Stephen P. Reyna
R3,826 R3,418 Discovery Miles 34 180 Save R408 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

As US imperialism continues to dictate foreign policy, Deadly Contradictions is a compelling account of the American empire. Stephen P. Reyna argues that contemporary forms of violence exercised by American elites in the colonies, client state, and regions of interest have deferred imperial problems, but not without raising their own set of deadly contradictions. This book can be read many ways: as a polemic against geopolitics, as a classic social anthropological text, or as a seminal analysis of twenty-four US global wars during the Cold War and post-Cold War eras.

Food and Society - Principles and Paradoxes (Paperback, 2nd Edition): Amy E. Guptill, Denise A. Copelton, Betsy Lucal Food and Society - Principles and Paradoxes (Paperback, 2nd Edition)
Amy E. Guptill, Denise A. Copelton, Betsy Lucal
R491 Discovery Miles 4 910 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This popular and engaging text, now revised in a second edition, offers readers a social perspective on food, food practices, and the modern food system. It engages readers' curiosity by highlighting several paradoxes: how food is both individual and social, reveals both distinction and conformity, and, in the contemporary global era, comes from everywhere but nowhere in particular. With updates and enhancements throughout, the new edition provides an empirically deep, multifaceted, and coherent introduction to this fascinating field. Each chapter begins with a vivid case study, proceeds through a rich discussion of research insights, and ends with discussion questions and suggested resources. Chapter topics include food's role in socialization, identity, health and social change, as well as food marketing and the changing global food system. The new edition gives more focused attention to labor (both paid and unpaid) in all aspects of the food system. In synthesizing insights from diverse fields of social inquiry, the book addresses issues of culture, structure, and social inequality throughout. Written in a lively style, this book will continue to be both accessible and revealing to beginning and intermediate students alike.

Violent Becomings - State Formation, Sociality, and Power in Mozambique (Hardcover): Bjorn Enge Bertelsen Violent Becomings - State Formation, Sociality, and Power in Mozambique (Hardcover)
Bjorn Enge Bertelsen
R2,875 R2,567 Discovery Miles 25 670 Save R308 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Violent Becomings conceptualizes the Mozambican state not as the bureaucratically ordered polity of the nation-state, but as a continuously emergent and violently challenged mode of ordering. In doing so, this book addresses the question of why colonial and postcolonial state formation has involved violent articulations with so-called `traditional' forms of sociality. The scope and dynamic nature of such violent becomings is explored through an array of contexts that include colonial regimes of forced labor and pacification, liberation war struggles and civil war, the social engineering of the post-independence state, and the popular appropriation of sovereign violence in riots and lynchings.

Culture and the Real - Theorizing Cultural Criticism (Hardcover): Catherine Belsey Culture and the Real - Theorizing Cultural Criticism (Hardcover)
Catherine Belsey
R2,196 Discovery Miles 21 960 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

What makes us the people we are? Culture evidently plays a part, but how large a part? Is culture alone the source of our identities? Some have argued that human nature is the foundation of culture, others that culture is the foundation of human identity. Catherine Belsey now calls for a more nuanced, relational account of what it is to be human, and in doing so puts forward a significant new theory of culture.
"Culture and the Real "explains with Professor Belsey's characteristic lucidity the views of recent theorists, including Jean-Francois Lyotard, Judith Butler and Slavoj Zizek, as well as their debt to the earlier work of Kant and Hegel, in order to take issue with their accounts of what it is to be human. To explore the human, she demonstrates, is to acknowledge the relationship between culture and what we don't know: not the familiar world picture presented to us by culture as 'reality', but the unsayable, or the strange region that lies beyond culture, which Lacan has called 'the real'. Culture, she argues, registers a sense of its own limits in ways more subtle than the theorists allow.
This volume builds on the insights of Belsey's influential "Critical Practice" to provide not only an accessible introduction to contemporary theories of what it is to be human, but a major new contribution to current debates about culture. Taking examples from film and art, fiction and poetry, "Culture and the Real" is essential reading for those studying or working in cultural criticism, within the fields of English, Cultural Studies, Film Studies and Art History.

Indigenous Peoples and the Geographies of Power - Mezcala's Narratives of Neoliberal Governance (Hardcover): Ines Duran... Indigenous Peoples and the Geographies of Power - Mezcala's Narratives of Neoliberal Governance (Hardcover)
Ines Duran Matute
R3,086 Discovery Miles 30 860 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Tracing key trends of the global-regional-local interface of power, Ines Duran Matute through the case of the indigenous community of Mezcala (Mexico) demonstrates how global political economic processes shape the lives, spaces, projects and identities of the most remote communities. Throughout the book, in-depth interviews, participant observations and text collection, offer the reader insight into the functioning of neoliberal governance, how it is sustained in networks of power and rhetorics deployed, and how it is experienced. People, as passively and actively participate in its courses of action, are being enmeshed in these geographies of power seeking out survival strategies, but also constructing autonomous projects that challenge such forms of governance. This book, by bringing together the experience of a geopolitical locality and the literature from the Latin American Global South into the discussions within the Global Northern academia, offers an original and timely transdisciplinary approach that challenges the interpretations of power and development while also prioritizing and respecting the local production of knowledge.

Gods of the Upper Air - How a Circle of Renegade Anthropologists Reinvented Race, Sex, and Gender in the Twentieth Century... Gods of the Upper Air - How a Circle of Renegade Anthropologists Reinvented Race, Sex, and Gender in the Twentieth Century (Paperback)
Charles King
R409 R336 Discovery Miles 3 360 Save R73 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Mortuary Dialogues - Death Ritual and the Reproduction of Moral Community in Pacific Modernities (Hardcover): David Lipset,... Mortuary Dialogues - Death Ritual and the Reproduction of Moral Community in Pacific Modernities (Hardcover)
David Lipset, Eric K Silverman; Foreword by Shirley Lindenbaum
R2,868 R2,560 Discovery Miles 25 600 Save R308 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Mortuary Dialogues presents fresh perspectives on death and mourning across the Pacific Islands. Through a set of rich ethnographies, the book examines how funerals and death rituals give rise to discourse and debate about sustaining moral personhood and community amid modernity and its enormous transformations. The book's key concept, "mortuary dialogue," describes the different genres of talk and expressive culture through which people struggle to restore individual and collective order in the aftermath of death in the contemporary Pacific.

The Archaeology of Personhood - An Anthropological Approach (Hardcover): Chris Fowler The Archaeology of Personhood - An Anthropological Approach (Hardcover)
Chris Fowler
R2,448 Discovery Miles 24 480 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Bringing together a wealth of research in social and cultural anthropology, philosophy and related fields, this is the first book to address the contribution that an understanding of personhood can make to our interpretations of the past

Applying an anthropological approach to detailed case studies from European prehistoric archaeology, the book explores the connection between people, animals, objects, their societies and environments and investigates the relationship that jointly produces bodies, persons, communities and artefacts.

The Archaeology of Personhood examines the characteristics that define a person as a category of being, highlights how definitions of personhood are culturally variable and explores how that variation is connected to human uses of material culture.

History, Memory and Mass Atrocity - Essays on the Holocaust and Genocide (Hardcover): Dan Stone History, Memory and Mass Atrocity - Essays on the Holocaust and Genocide (Hardcover)
Dan Stone
R1,350 R1,235 Discovery Miles 12 350 Save R115 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The book's main theme is the interpretation of the Holocaust and genocide in historiography, philosophy and the contemporary culture of commemoration. Running through the essays is an attempt to understand the Holocaust's relationship to 'modernity'; the need to find ways of understanding genocide through apparently 'non-rational' forms of explanation (especially derived from anthropology); and the desirability of relating the Holocaust to other instances of genocide. The book investigates the ways in which individual thinkers (Malinowski, Arendt, Bataille, Perec, Ricoeur) can help us conceptualise the Holocaust, and also deals with many of the major themes of Holocaust and Genocide Studies in recent years: problems of handling testimony; problems of erecting monuments and museums; the representability of the Holocaust through texts, photographs, monuments and museums; the possibility of understanding why individuals take part in genocide; and the relationship of the Holocaust to colo

Being and Becoming - Embodiment and Experience among the Orang Rimba of Sumatra (Hardcover): Ramsey Elkholy Being and Becoming - Embodiment and Experience among the Orang Rimba of Sumatra (Hardcover)
Ramsey Elkholy
R2,871 R2,562 Discovery Miles 25 620 Save R309 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

For the Orang Rimba of Sumatra - and tropical foragers in general - life in the forest engenders a kind of "connectedness" that is contingent not only on harmonious relations between people, but also between people and the non-human environment, including those supernatural agencies of the forest that people depend on for their spiritual and emotional wellbeing. Exploring this world, anthropologist Ramsey Elkholy treats embodied action and perception as the basis of shared experience and shows how various forms of embodied experience constitute the very foundations of human culture. In a unique methodological contribution, Elkholy adopts a set of body-centered approaches that reflect and capture the day-to-day, moment-to-moment ways in which people engage with the world. Being and Becoming is an important contribution to phenomenological anthropology, hunter-gatherer studies, and to Southeast Asian ethnography more generally.

The Politics of Healing - Histories of Alternative Medicine in Twentieth-Century North America (Paperback): Robert D. Johnston The Politics of Healing - Histories of Alternative Medicine in Twentieth-Century North America (Paperback)
Robert D. Johnston
R973 Discovery Miles 9 730 Ships in 10 - 15 working days


From grocery store to doctor's office, alternative medicine is everywhere. A recent survey found that more than two in five Americans uses some form of alternative medicine. The Politics of Healing brings together top scholars in the fields of American history, history of medicine, anthropology, sociology, and politics to counter the view that alternative medical therapies fell into disrepute in the decades after physicians established their institutional authority during the Progressive Era. From homeopathy to Navajo healing, this volume explores a variety of alternative therapies and political movements that have set the terms of debate over North American healing methods.

The Legacies of a Hawaiian Generation - From Territorial Subject to American Citizen (Paperback): Judith Schachter The Legacies of a Hawaiian Generation - From Territorial Subject to American Citizen (Paperback)
Judith Schachter
R667 Discovery Miles 6 670 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Through the voices and perspectives of the members of an extended Hawaiian family, or `ohana, this book tells the story of North American imperialism in Hawai`i from the Great Depression to the new millennium. The family members offer their versions of being "Native Hawaiian" in an American state, detailing the ways in which US laws, policies, and institutions made, and continue to make, an impact on their daily lives. The book traces the ways that Hawaiian values adapted to changing conditions under a Territorial regime and then after statehood. These conditions involved claims for land for Native Hawaiian Homesteads, education in American public schools, military service, and participation in the Hawaiian cultural renaissance. Based on fieldwork observations, kitchen table conversations, and talk-stories, or mo`olelo, this book is a unique blend of biography, history, and anthropological analysis.

Dictionary of the Undoing (Paperback): Valeria Luiselli Dictionary of the Undoing (Paperback)
Valeria Luiselli; John Freeman
R341 R275 Discovery Miles 2 750 Save R66 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Boundaries, Communities and State-Making in West Africa - The Centrality of the Margins (Paperback): Paul Nugent Boundaries, Communities and State-Making in West Africa - The Centrality of the Margins (Paperback)
Paul Nugent
R846 Discovery Miles 8 460 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Border regions are often considered to be the neglected margins. In this book, Paul Nugent argues that through a comparison of the Senegambia and the trans-Volta (Ghana/Togo), we can see that the geographical margins have shaped notional centres at least as much as the reverse. Through a study of three centuries of history, this book demonstrates that states were forged through an extended process of converting a topography of settled states and slaving frontiers into colonial borders. It argues that post-colonial states and larger social contracts have been configured very differently as a consequence. It underscores the impact on regional dynamics and the phenomenon of peripheral urbanism. Nugent also addresses the manner in which a variegated sense of community has been forged amongst Mandinka, Jola, Ewe and Agotime populations who have both shaped and been shaped by the border. This is an exercise in reciprocal comparison and shuttles between scales, from the local and the particular to the national and the regional.

Witches and Demons - A Comparative Perspective on Witchcraft and Satanism (Paperback): Jean La Fontaine Witches and Demons - A Comparative Perspective on Witchcraft and Satanism (Paperback)
Jean La Fontaine
R635 Discovery Miles 6 350 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Devil worship, black magic, and witchcraft have long captivated anthropologists as well as the general public. In this volume, Jean La Fontaine explores the intersection of expert and lay understandings of evil and the cultural forms that evil assumes. The chapters touch on public scares about devil-worship, misconceptions about human sacrifice and the use of body parts in healing practices, and mistaken accusations of children practicing witchcraft. Together, these cases demonstrate that comparison is a powerful method of cultural understanding, but warns of the dangers and mistaken conclusions that untrained ideas about other ways of life can lead to.

Foragers, Farmers, and Fossil Fuels - How Human Values Evolve (Hardcover, Rev Ed): Ian Morris Foragers, Farmers, and Fossil Fuels - How Human Values Evolve (Hardcover, Rev Ed)
Ian Morris; Edited by Stephen Macedo; Commentary by Richard Seaford, Jonathan D. Spence, Christine M. Korsgaard, … 2
R703 R559 Discovery Miles 5 590 Save R144 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Most people in the world today think democracy and gender equality are good, and that violence and wealth inequality are bad. But most people who lived during the 10,000 years before the nineteenth century thought just the opposite. Drawing on archaeology, anthropology, biology, and history, Ian Morris explains why. Fundamental long-term changes in values, Morris argues, are driven by the most basic force of all: energy. Humans have found three main ways to get the energy they need--from foraging, farming, and fossil fuels. Each energy source sets strict limits on what kinds of societies can succeed, and each kind of society rewards specific values. But if our fossil-fuel world favors democratic, open societies, the ongoing revolution in energy capture means that our most cherished values are very likely to turn out not to be useful any more. Foragers, Farmers, and Fossil Fuels offers a compelling new argument about the evolution of human values, one that has far-reaching implications for how we understand the past--and for what might happen next. Originating as the Tanner Lectures delivered at Princeton University, the book includes challenging responses by classicist Richard Seaford, historian of China Jonathan Spence, philosopher Christine Korsgaard, and novelist Margaret Atwood.

Living with Separation in China - Anthropological Accounts (Hardcover): Charles Stafford Living with Separation in China - Anthropological Accounts (Hardcover)
Charles Stafford
R3,083 Discovery Miles 30 830 Ships in 10 - 15 working days


Chinese idioms and practices of separation are relevant to the experiences of ordinary people in many social domains, ranging from gender and kinship, to religion and the politics of ethnic identity. The contributors focus on a number of distinct yet closely interrelated case studies including:
* separation laments sung by women at marriages and funerals
* popular stories about gods who must leave their families in order to achieve 'recognition'
* attempts of the ghostly dead to make connection with the living
* dislocations from ancestral lands caused by dam-building projects
* the role of pilgrimmage in the construction of identity among Chinese Muslims
In addressing - through these case studies - the central theme of separation, this book also provides a good general introduction to many of the classic debates within anthropological and historical analyses of China. It will, therefore, prove an interesting and useful resource to students of Asian studies and anthropology as well as to the general reader with an interest in the chinese cultural tradition.

eBook available with sample pages: 0203613457

Ordinary Lives and Grand Schemes - An Anthropology of Everyday Religion (Paperback): Liza Debevec, Smuli Schielke Ordinary Lives and Grand Schemes - An Anthropology of Everyday Religion (Paperback)
Liza Debevec, Smuli Schielke
R637 Discovery Miles 6 370 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Everyday practice of religion is complex in its nature, ambivalent and at times contradictory. The task of an anthropology of religious practice is therefore precisely to see how people navigate and make sense of that complexity, and what the significance of religious beliefs and practices in a given setting can be. Rather than putting everyday practice and normative doctrine on different analytical planes, the authors argue that the articulation of religious doctrine is also an everyday practice and must be understood as such.

YoungGiftedandFat - An Autoethnography of Size, Sexuality, and Privilege (Hardcover): Sharrell D. Luckett YoungGiftedandFat - An Autoethnography of Size, Sexuality, and Privilege (Hardcover)
Sharrell D. Luckett
R3,085 Discovery Miles 30 850 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

YoungGiftedandFat is a critical autoethnography of "performing thin"- on the stage and in life. Sharrell D. Luckett's story of weight loss and gain and playing the (beautiful, desirable, thin) leading lady showcases an innovative and interdisciplinary approach to issues of weight and self-esteem, performance, race, and gender. Sharrell structures her project with creative text, interviews, testimony, journal entries, dialogues, monologues, and deep theorizing through and about the abundance of flesh. She explores the politics of Black culture, and particularly the intersections of her lived and embodied experiences. Her body and body transformation becomes a critical praxis to evidence fat as a feminist issue, fat as a Black-girl-woman issue, and fat as an ideological construct that is as much on the brain as it is on the body. YoungGiftedandFat is useful to any area of research or course offering taking up questions of size politics at the intersections of race and sexuality.

Homo Religiosus? - Exploring the Roots of Religion and Religious Freedom in Human Experience (Paperback): Timothy Samuel Shah,... Homo Religiosus? - Exploring the Roots of Religion and Religious Freedom in Human Experience (Paperback)
Timothy Samuel Shah, Jack Friedman
R634 Discovery Miles 6 340 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Are humans naturally predisposed to religion and supernatural beliefs? If so, does this naturalness provide a moral foundation for religious freedom? This volume offers a cross-disciplinary approach to these questions, engaging in a range of contemporary debates at the intersection of religion, cognitive science, sociology, anthropology, political science, epistemology, and moral philosophy. The contributors to this original and important volume present individual, sometimes opposing points of view on the naturalness of religion thesis and its implications for religious freedom. Topics include the epistemological foundations of religion, the relationship between religion and health, and a discussion of the philosophical foundations of religious freedom as a natural, universal right, drawing implications for the normative role of religion in public life. By challenging dominant intellectual paradigms, such as the secularization thesis and the Enlightenment view of religion, the volume opens the door to a powerful and provocative reconceptualization of religious freedom.

After Ethics - Ancestral Voices and Post-Disciplinary Worlds in Archaeology (Paperback, 1st ed. 2015): Alejandro Haber, Nick... After Ethics - Ancestral Voices and Post-Disciplinary Worlds in Archaeology (Paperback, 1st ed. 2015)
Alejandro Haber, Nick Shepherd
R2,185 R1,988 Discovery Miles 19 880 Save R197 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

While books on archaeological and anthropological ethics have proliferated in recent years, few attempt to move beyond a conventional discourse on ethics to consider how a discussion of the social and political implications of archaeological practice might be conceptualized differently. The conceptual ideas about ethics posited in this volume make it of interest to readers outside of the discipline; in fact, to anyone interested in contemporary debates around the possibilities and limitations of a discourse on ethics. The authors in this volume set out to do three things. The first is to track the historical development of a discussion around ethics, in tandem with the development and "disciplining" of archaeology. The second is to examine the meanings, consequences and efficacies of a discourse on ethics in contemporary worlds of practice in archaeology. The third is to push beyond the language of ethics to consider other ways of framing a set of concerns around rights, accountabilities and meanings in relation to practitioners, descendent and affected communities, sites, material cultures, the ancestors and so on.

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