Exploring the written : anthropology and the multiplicity of writing

Auteur(s) : Archetti, Eduardo P. (Éd. et Préf.)Description matérielle : 342 p. : 23 cm. Collection: Oslo studies in social anthropology. Publication : Oslo : Scandinavian University Press, 1994.Cote : DSC.61Note : Bibliographie en fin chapitre. Index.
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Introduction / Archetti, Eduardo P. --

Oral culture, media culture, and the Islamic resurgence in Turkey / Meeker, Michael E. --

The authority of a text: Mexico through the words of others / Melhuus, Marit --

Models of masculinity in the poetics of the Argentinian tango / Archetti, Eduardo P. --

Constructions of self and society in autobiographical accounts: a Scandinavian life story / Gullestad, Marianne --

The author as anthropologist: some West Indian lessons about the relevance of fiction for anthropology / Hylland Eriksen, Thomas --

Maui, the trickster god - a possible role model for living in a fictionalized world: an anthropological reading of novels of South Pacific / Hoëm, Ingjerd --

Tarzan and the lost races: parallels between anthropology and early science fiction / Barnard, Alan --

On the margin: letter exchange among Andean non-literates / Skar, Sarah Lund --

Legal texts and historical interpretation: an Andean ethnography of reading / Rappaport, Joanne --

The moulding of identity in South Pacific poetry and prose. The mode of mimesis: a new way of addressing the issue in Fiji / Williksen-Bakker, Solrun --

"Reading culture": or how anthropological texts create fieldwork expectations and shape future texts / Howell, Signe.

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