Europe and the People Without History
The intention of this work is to show that European expansion not only transformed the historical trajectory of non-European societies but also reconstituted the historical accounts of these societies before European intervention. It asserts that anthropology must pay more attention to history.
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This is a very broad yet detailed look at the history of the past five centuries, and the economic/materialist causes thereof. It combines anthropology with history, closely tying together societal ... Read full review
Very hard to read, but it is a wonderful overview of the influence of Europe and their affect on other people groups around the world.
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