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On the Edge of the Bush: Anthropology as Experience
     

On the Edge of the Bush: Anthropology as Experience

by Victor Turner, Edith L. Turner (Photographer)
 
"On The Edge Of The Bush contains essays by a nomadic anthropologist, whose poetic insights, keen mind, and intense fieldwork made sense out of a changing world. . . . The sincere journey of a great anthropologist."--American Anthropologist

"Invaluable in tracing Turner's development through heretofore unpublished essays."--Journal of American

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"On The Edge Of The Bush contains essays by a nomadic anthropologist, whose poetic insights, keen mind, and intense fieldwork made sense out of a changing world. . . . The sincere journey of a great anthropologist."--American Anthropologist

"Invaluable in tracing Turner's development through heretofore unpublished essays."--Journal of American Folklore

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"On The Edge Of The Bush contains essays by a nomadic anthropologist, whose poetic insights, keen mind, and intense fieldwork made sense out of a changing world. . . . The sincere journey of a great anthropologist."—American Anthropologist"Invaluable in tracing Turner's development through heretofore unpublished essays."—Journal of American Folklore"Edith Turner's skillful editing and wonderful introduction about their shared ideas and life evoke the intellectual journey of a major anthropologist."—Anthropology & Humanism Quarterly

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ISBN-13:
9780816509492
Publisher:
University of Arizona Press
Publication date:
01/01/1986
Series:
Anthropology of Form and Meaning Series
Pages:
328
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

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