The taste of ethnographic things the senses in anthropology contemporary ethnography paul stoller on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers anthropologists who have lost their senses write ethnographies that are often disconnected from the worlds they seek to portray for most anthropologists. Find great deals for the taste of ethnographic things the senses in anthropology by paul stoller paperback 1989 shop with confidence on ebay. His arguments about ethnography and anthropology are spot on the book challenges intellectualism scientism and how anthropologists are stuck in their ivory tower stoller pushes for sensual anthropology that focuses on the texture of culture rather than essentialist notions of what society and this is a very important anthropological text. The taste of ethnographic things describes how through long term participation in the lives of the songhay of niger stoller eventually came to his senses taken together the separate chapters speak to two important and integrated issues. Paul stoller is an ethnographer memoirist and novelist who has authored 11 books the taste of ethnographic things the senses in anthropology contemporary ethnography sep 1 1989 by paul stoller paperback 1883 18 83 2250 prime free shipping on eligible orders only 1 left in stock order soon more buying choices
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