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eBook Environmental Anthropology: A Historical Reader (Wiley Blackwell Anthologies in Social and Cultural Anthropology) ePub

by Carol Carpenter,Michael R. Dove

  • ISBN: 1405111259
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Carol Carpenter,Michael R. Dove
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (December 3, 2007)
  • Pages: 504
  • ePub book: 1704 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Introduction: Major Historical Currents in Environmental Anthropology: Michael R. Dove and Carol Carpenter. Environmental Anthropology is a rich addition to Blackwell’s successful series of Anthologies in social and cultural anthropology

Introduction: Major Historical Currents in Environmental Anthropology: Michael R. Part I: The Nature-Culture Dichotomy:. Questioning the Nature-Culture Dichotomy: From Posey’s Indigenous Knowledge to Fairhead and Leach’s Politics of Knowledge. Environmental Anthropology is a rich addition to Blackwell’s successful series of Anthologies in social and cultural anthropology. It intends to give historical and theoretical depth to the largely crisis-driven work in this burgeoning sub-field of anthropology.

Distinguished environmental anthropologists Michael Dove and Carol Carpenter provide a great service for both professional colleagues and students in this specialization through a wonderful benchmark sampling of articles from its history with an emphasis on its formative and mature development during the decades of the 1950s through the 1990s. The progression of different phases and approaches in the history of environmental anthropology is exceedingly well illustrated through the five thematic parts of this anthology.

Environmental Anthropology is a rich addition to Blackwell?s successful series of Anthologies in social and .

Environmental Anthropology is a rich addition to Blackwell?s successful series of Anthologies in social and cultural anthropology. Choice, November 2008"Distinguished environmental anthropologists Michael Dove and Carol Carpenter provide a great service for both professional colleagues and students in this specialization through a wonderful benchmark sampling of articles from its history with an emphasis on its formative and mature development during the decades of the 1950s through the 1990s.

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Environmental Anthropology: A Historical Reader. Environmental Anthropology eJournal. Dove, Michael R. and Carol Carpenter, eds. 2008. Environmental Anthropology: A Historical Reader. Malden (MA): Blackwell. xxi + 480 p. ill. Posted: 19 Jul 2013. See all articles by Michael R Dove.

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Environmental Anthropology: A Historical Reader, BY DOVE MICHAEL R. AND CARPENTER CAROL, xxi + 480 pp. .There is a need to overcome the dualism of a physical and a human-cultural geography with its dualistic epistemology splitting the objective and subjective. AND CARPENTER CAROL, xxi + 480 p. 2. 17 . cm, ISBN 978 1 1137 9 paperback, GB£ 2. 9, Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing, 2008 - Volume 35 Issue 4 - BONNIE J. MCCAY. A radically objective knowledge of purely physical phenomena for regional geography is not exclusively a study of physical and human features. Man is an agent of physical force.

In Law and Anthropology: A Reader, Sally Falk Moore has created a collection that breaks down .

In Law and Anthropology: A Reader, Sally Falk Moore has created a collection that breaks down disciplinary fences. The Reader brings together historical classics of political thought and examples of contemporary work from social scientists and lawyers. In presenting this varied range of material, Moore offers a remarkable overview of the field of law and anthropology: its development, its present, and potential future courses. Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown.

Michael R. Dove is the Margaret K. Musser Professor of Social Ecology in the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Professor in the Department of Anthropology, Director of the Tropical resources Institute, and Curator of Anthropology at the Peabody Museum, Yale University. Библиографические данные. The Anthropology of Climate Change: An Historical Reader Wiley Blackwell Anthologies in Social and Cultural Anthropology.

Environmental Anthropology: A Reader is a collection ofhistorically significant readings, dating from early in thetwentieth century up to the present, on the cross-cultural study ofrelations between people and their environment. Provides the historical perspective that is typically missingfrom recent work in environmental anthropologyIncludes an extensive intellectual history and commentary bythe volume’s editorsOffers a unique perspective on current interest incross-cultural environmental relationsDivided into five thematic sections: (1) the nature/culturedivide; (2) relationship between environment and socialorganization; (3) methodological debates and innovations; (4)politics and practice; and (5) epistemological issues ofenvironmental anthropologyOrganized into a series of paired papers, which‘speak’ to each other, designed to encourage readers tomake connections that they might not customarily make

Comments

Siratius Siratius
This is a really great reader showing the breadth of the history of environmental anthropology. Some of the articles are classics, others are obscure texts written by the big names, even others still are works from people less well known. Regardless of how to categorize them, each chapter is a fascinating look into environmental-anthropological thought. The structure makes it so each article is well tied together the book flows neatly from one topic to the next. A fantastic book for anyone interested in this topic.
Anayanis Anayanis
Excellent condition!
Jake Jake
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Quendant Quendant
This book was a part of my Environmental ANthropology Undergraduate course. Out of the three main books we used, this one stands as my favorite. It provides a wonderful variety of case studies and various points of view from all over the world. I highly recommend this book both for course work and for your own everyday knowledge.
Globus Globus
I have received it after a long period of time...that is not good.