Between the archives and the field: a dialogue on historical anthropology of the Balkans
This book presents the results of the International Colloquium on Historical Anthropology held at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade (1996). The colloquium offered researchers from different academic communities (Austrian and Serbian) and disciplines (historical anthropology, social history, and social anthropology) an opportunity to exchange ideas.
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