The Rise of Anthropological Theory: A History of Theories of Culture

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Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968 - Anthropology - 806 pages
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This Is A Major Work In Anthropology Which Traces The Development Of Anthropological Thought From Its Beginnings To The Present. Slightly Banged Up At The Edges.

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Partially read. We read this in our lab meeting to get more background on theory. Ugh. It really isn't a 'reader' on theory, but Harris's opinions, alone. Read full review

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Maybe it's just my being tired of reading all the anth texts this semester. Maybe it's my frustration with the whole "theory" issue. I am slightly more confused about marxism and cultural materialism ... Read full review

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