Phenomenology in anthropology : a sense of perspective

Auteur(s) : Ram, Kalpana (Éd.)
Houston, Christopher (Éd.)
Jackson, Michael (Postf.)
Description matérielle : ix-318 p. : photos en noir et blanc ; 24 cm.Publication : Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2015.Cote : G.5218Note : Bibliographies en fin de chapitre. Index.
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Introduction: phenomenology's methodological invitation / Ram, Kalpana and Houston, Christopher --

Moods and method: Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty on emotion and understanding / Ram, Kalpana --

Toward a cultural phenomenology of body-world relations / Csordas, Thomas J. --

Sacred suffering: a phenomenological anthropological perspective / Throop, C. Jason --

Being "Sita": physical affects in the North Indian dance of "Kathak" / Dalidowicz, Monica --

Beneath the horizon: the organic body's role in athletic experience / Downey, Greg --

Unmeasured music and silence / Bedford, Ian --

Experiencing self-abstraction: studio production and vocal consciousness / Fisher, Daniel --

Being-in-the-covenant: reflections on the crisis of historicism in North Malaita, Solomon Islands / Timmer, Jaap --

Seared with reality: phenomenology through photography, in Nepal / Desjarlais, Robert --

Writing affect, love, and desire into ethnography / Wynn, L.L. --

Senses of magic: anthropology, art, and Christianity in the Vula'a lifeworld / Van Heekeren, Deborah --

Neither things in themselves nor things for us only: anthropology, phenomenology, and poetry / Houston, Christopher --

Afterword / Jackson, Michael.

Broadens the application of phenomenology in anthropology into new areas such as martial arts, sports, dance, music, and political discourse

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