Anthropology Through a Double Lens

Anthropology Through a Double Lens calls for a renewed human theory that takes public and personal worlds seriously.

Anthropology Through a Double Lens
Public and Personal Worlds in Human Theory

Daniel Touro Linger

2005 | 248 pages | Cloth $59.95
Anthropology
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Table of Contents

Has culture theory lost its minds?

2. Missing persons
3. The metropolis, the globe, and mental life
4. The hegemony of discontent
5. The semantics of dead bodies
6. Wild power in post-military Brazil
7. Whose identity?
8. The identity path of Eduardo Mori
9. Do Japanese Brazilians exist?

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Index