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The anthropology of ethics has become an important and fast-growing field in recent years. This book argues that it represents not just a new subfield within anthropology but a conceptual renewal of the discipline as a whole, enabling it to take account of a major dimension of human conduct which social theory has so far failed adequately to address.
When Unions Attempt to Organize Silicon Valley’s Growing Vietnamese Labor Force, They Find Custom, Language, and History Standing in the Way.
Cambridge Core - Middle East Government,Politics and Policy - Ethics as a Weapon of War - by James Eastwood.
What does ontological anthropology promise, what does it presume, and how does it contribute to the formatting of life in our present? Drawing from our respective fieldwork on how.
Segregative Biopolitics and Culture. Segregative biopolitics and fields of culture are interconnected beyond historicist humanism. Discourses of culture mobilized since the end of the Second World War with regard to alterity management constitute an additional site for examining the relationality between biopolitics and culture. These.
In this introduction to the special section, we revisit the case of humanism, including some challenges to its outworn and problematic metaphysical assumptions. We suggest that a new kind of humanism is demanded despite the many calls that humanism, of any form, should be jettisoned. The new humanism we propose rests on an ethnographically based philosophical anthropology which keeps in mind.
Allen, W. and Blinder, S. 2013. Migration in the News: Portrayals of Immigrants, Migrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees in National British Newspapers, 2010 to 2012.
Essays on sexual violence against unconscious victims, the temporality of drug use, and childbirth as a limitexperience build a politics of experience while showcasing Heyes’s much-needed new.
Postcolonialism and Political Theory explores the intersection between the political and the postcolonial through an engagement with, critique of, and challenge to some of the prevalent, restrictive tenets and frameworks of Western political and social thought. It is a response to the call by postcolonial studies, as well as to the urgent need.
This review article approaches the turn to affect theory as diagnostic of broader currents in cultural anthropology. This is a time of increased curiosity within the subfield. It is also a time of increased anxiety, as researchers feel mounting pressure to make a case for the empirical value of what they do. Affect theory seems to offer cultural anthropologists a way of getting to the bottom.
Essays by leading ecofeminist scholars, poets, activistis, spiritual teachers, and artists who envision a restoration of harmony in a global environment damaged by a devaluation of nature and women. Includes writings by poets, novelists, scholars, scientists, ecological activists, and spiritual teachers. Many were first presented at the.
This chapter traces remnants of transformation, in forms of landscape and architecture and in divergent narratives of change—hope and promise, decay and disappointment—and their affective resonances and effects in the present, in a key place of African science some thirty years after its foundation. Rather than defining and critiquing the present in an unambiguous way, or explaining this.
Essays on Criticism, Culture, and the University JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS “This book is a cornucopia with presents for the reader, one hardly knows which one to open first.
Essays in the Spirit of George Santayana MORRIS GROSSMAN Edited by Martin A. Coleman “This is an outstanding collection of fine essays, linked by a common theme.