Annual review of anthropology. Volume 22

W. H. Durham, E. V. Daniel, B. Schieffelin

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    There are 18 papers divided into six sections: an overview of the first 20yr, which assesses change and continuity in the various subfields since the Annual Review of Anthopology's inception; archaeology; biological anthropology; linrguistics; regional studies; cultural and social anthropology. Topics covered within these sections include: metallurgy and colonial settlement in Africa; disease transfer, human ageing, Austronesian linguistics, history in anthropology, computing and social change, anthropology of museums, human rights, and mass media. There is also an article on lesbian/gay studies in anthropology. -S.J.Evans

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Title of host publicationAnnual review of anthropology. Volume 22
    PublisherAnnual Reviews Inc., Palo Alto, CA
    ISBN (Print)0824319230, 9780824319236
    StatePublished - 1993

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • General Environmental Science
    • General Earth and Planetary Sciences


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