Taste of Ethnographic Things : the Senses in Anthropology.

Anthropologists who have lost their senses write ethnographies that are often disconnected from the worlds they seek to portray. For most anthropologists, Stoller contends, tasteless theories are more important than the savory sauces of ethnographic life. That they have lost the smells, sounds, and...

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Main Author: Stoller, Paul
Format: eBook
Published: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc., 1989.
Series:Contemporary ethnography.
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