Golden ages, dark ages : imagining the past in anthropology and history / edited by Jay O'Brien and William Roseberry.
By: O'Brien, Jay
Contributor(s): Roseberry, William CLanguage: English Publisher: Berkeley, Oxford : University of California Press, 1991.Description: x, 288p. ; 23cm.ISBN: 0520070186
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Bibl.: p.253-282. - Contents: Potatoes, sacks and enclosures in early modern England / W. Roseberry; Reimagining the Oikos: Austrian cameralism in its social formation / Hermann Rebel; Re-creating peasant economy in southern Peru / M. Painter; Custom and wage conflict: problems of periodization and chronology in northern Nigerian labour history / L.D. Lennihan; Toward a reconstitution of ethnicity: capitalist expansion and cultural dynamics in Sudan / J. O'Brien; The orientalist paradigm in the historiography of the late precolonial Sudan / J. Spaulding, L. Kapteijns; Popular memory and the Palestinian national past / T. Swedenburg; The production of culture in local rebellion / Gavin Smith; House and history at the margins of life / G.M. Sider; Habits of the cumbered heart: ethnic community and women's culture as American invented traditions / M. di Leonardo.