Table of contents for Other people's anthropologies : ethnographic practice on the margins / edited by Alexsandar Boskovic.

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Table of Contents
Introduction	Other Peoples' Anthropologies 
Aleksandar Bo_kovi_ and Thomas Hylland Eriksen
Chapter 1	Russian Anthropology: Old Traditions and New Tendencies 
A.M. Kuznetsov
Chapter 2	Anthropology in the Netherlands: Past, Present and Future 
Han F. Vermeulen 
Chapter 3	Sociocultural Anthropology in Bulgaria: Desired and Contested 
Magdalena Elchinova 
Chapter 4	Refacing Mt. Kenya or Excavating the Rift Valley? Anthropology in 
Kenya and the Question of Tradition 
Mwenda Ntarangwi 
Chapter 5	Anthropology in Turkey: Impressions for an Overview 
Zerrin G. Tando_an 
Chapter 6	Committed or Scientific? The Southern whereabouts of Social 
Anthropology and Antropolog¿a Social in 1960s to 1970s Argentina 
Rosana Guber 
Chapter 7	Themes and Legacies: Anthropology's Trajectories in Cameroon 
Jude Fokwang
Chapter 8	Japanese Anthropology and Desire for the West 
Kaori Sugishita 
Chapter 9	Anthropology in Unlikely Places: Yugoslav Ethnology Between the Past 
and the Future 
Aleksandar Bo_kovi_ 
Chapter 10	The Otherness of Norwegian Anthropology 
Thomas Hylland Eriksen 
Chapter 11	Anthropology with no Guilt; A View from Brazil 
Mariza Peirano 
Postscript	Developments in US Anthropology Since the 1980s, a Supplement: The 
Reality of Center-Margin Relations, To Be Sure, But Changing (and Hopeful) Affinities 
in These Relations 
George E. Marcus 
Afterword	Anthropology's Global Ecumene 
Ulf Hannerz
List of Contributors

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Ethnology -- Congresses.