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Social Memory, Identity, And Death : Anthropological Perspectives On Mortuary Rituals
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Social Memory, Identity, And Death : Anthropological Perspectives On Mortuary Rituals

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Anthropology
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9781931303026
Author
Meredith S. Chesson
Publisher
American Anthropological Association
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This current volume is a response to those who envision the four fields of anthropology as mutually exclusive entities, and all the papers demonstrate the efficacy of a cross-field or cross-disciplinary approach to analyzing rituals associated with death. The authors engage both ethnographic and archaeological perspectives on mortuary practices, and to describe the interdependence of ...

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    Category Type
    Anthropology
    ISBN
    9781931303026
    Item EAN
    2724546192323
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    Author
    Meredith S. Chesson
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    Publisher
    American Anthropological Association
    Category Type
    Anthropology
    ISBN
    9781931303026
    Item EAN
    2724546192323
    People
    Author
    Meredith S. Chesson
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    Publisher
    American Anthropological Association
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    Description:

    This current volume is a response to those who envision the four fields of anthropology as mutually exclusive entities, and all the papers demonstrate the efficacy of a cross-field or cross-disciplinary approach to analyzing rituals associated with death. The authors engage both ethnographic and

    This current volume is a response to those who envision the four fields of anthropology as mutually exclusive entities, and all the papers demonstrate the efficacy of a cross-field or cross-disciplinary approach to analyzing rituals associated with death. The authors engage both ethnographic and archaeological perspectives on mortuary practices, and to describe the interdependence of crafting social memories and identities in mortuary practices, a subject that has received considerable attention from both archaeologists and ethnographers. The powerful combination of ethnographic and archaeological research into mortuary practices in the same volume highlights the interconnections between the archaeology and ethnography and illustrates an exciting dialogue between archaeologists and ethnographers. This rich collection of archaeological and ethnographic case studies of death, identity, and social memory illustrates how much archaeologists can learn from ethnographers, and ethnographers from archaeologists.

    • Social Memory, Identity, And Death : Anthropological Perspectives On Mortuary Rituals
    • Author: Meredith S. Chesson
    • Publisher: American Anthropological Association.
    • Published: 2012
 

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