|Title||Practicing military anthropology : Beyond expectations and traditional boundaries|
|Author||edited by Robert A. Rubinstein, Kerry Fosher, and Clementine Fujimura|
|Imprint||: Kumarian Press, 2012|
|Descript||xi, 153p. ; 23 cm|
Introduction: exploring military anthropology. -- Archaeological ethics and working for the military. -- "Living the dream": one military anthropologist's initiation. -- A day in the life of the marine corps professor of operational culture. -- The road turnley took. -- Pebbles in the headwaters: working within military intelligences. -- Ethnicity and shifting identity: the importance of cultural specialists in US military operations. -- Master narratives, retrospective attribution, and ritual pollution in anthropology's engagements with the military.
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