TitleAsian anthropology / edited by Jan van Bremen, Eyal Ben-Ari, and Syed Farid Alatas
Imprint London : Routledge, c2005
Descript xii, 249 p. ; 24 cm

CONTENT

Introduction: Asian anthropologies and anthropologies in Asia: an introductory essay -- Indigenous and indigenized anthropology in Asia -- Beyond orthodoxy: social and cultural anthropology in the People's Republic of China -- Anthropologists of Asia, anthropologists in Asia: the academic mode of production in the semi-periphery -- Native discourse in the 'academic world system': Kunio Yanagita's project of global folkloristics reconsidered -- Korean anthropology: a search for new paradigms -- 'Indigenizing' anthropology in India: problematics of negotiating an identity -- An Indian anthropology?: what kind of object is it? -- From Volkenkunde to Djurusan Antropologi: the emergence of Indonesian anthropology in postwar Indonesia -- Anthropology and the nation state: applied anthropolgy in Indonesia -- Indigenization: features and problems


Ethnology -- Asia -- Philosophy Ethnology -- Asia -- History Philosophy Asian Anthropologists -- Attitudes Indigenous peoples -- Education (Higher) Racism in anthropology Asia -- Social life and customs

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