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Decolonizing anthropology : moving further toward an anthropology for liberation / edited by Faye V. Harrison.

By: Harrison, Faye Venetia
Contributor(s): Association of Black Anthropologists | American Anthropological Association
Language: English Publisher: Washington, DC : American Anthropological Association, 1991.Description: vi, 188p. ; 23cm.ISBN: 0913167452
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Includes bibl. references. - The culmination of a four year project which began with the session "Decolonizing anthropology", co-organised by Angela Gilliam and F.V. Harrison, under the auspices of the Association of Black Anthropologists for the 1987 meetings of the American Anthropological Association" (cf. p.iv). - Contents: Anthropology as an agent of transformation / F.V. Harrison; Man and nature: white and other / M.L. Blakey; Colonized anthropology: cargo-cult discourse / P.D. Buck; On ethnography in an intertextual situation / G.H. Jordan; Undoing fieldwork / D. D'Amico-Samuels; Ethnography as politics / F.V. Harrison; Confronting the ethics of ethnography: lessons from fieldwork in central America / P. Bourgois; "They exploited us, but we didn't feel it": hegemony, ethnic militancy and the Miskitu-Sandinista conflict / C.R. Hale; Anthropology and liberation / E.T. Gordon; Militarism and accumulation as cargo cult / A. Gilliam.