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State formation and cultural complex is western himalayas

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Contested claims: Land, ritual and the Jogis of Charpatnath (New Documents from Camba)

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Symbols of Empowerment: Possession, Ritual and Healers in Himachal Himalaya (North India)

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History and Anthropology in South Asia: Rethinking the Archive

Vol.29,
(2000),
pp 89-106

   

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Sports diplomacy and emergent nationalism: Football links between the two Yemens, 1970-1990

by Thomas Stevenson, Abdul Karim Alaug,
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No.2,
(2008),
pp 1-19

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Football in newly united Yemen: Rituals of equity, identity and state formation

by Thomas Stevenson, Abdul Karim Alaug,
Vol.56,
(2000),
pp 453-475

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Yemeni workers come home: Reabsorbing one million migrants

No.181,
(1993),
pp 15-20

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Soul and Mind: Linguistic Evidence for Ethnopsychology and Cultural History

Vol.91,
No.1,
(1989),
pp 41-58

ANNA WIERZBICKA Australian National University Soul and Mind: Linguistic Evidence for Ethnopsychology and Cultural...

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Sexuality and Discipline among Filipina Domestic Workers in Hong Kong

Vol.24,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 539-558

sexuality and discipline among Filipina domestic workers in Hong KongNICOLE CONSTABLE-University of Pittsburgh In...

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The Gender of Brazilian Transgendered Prostitutes

Vol.99,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 574-585

DON KULICK 1 STOCKHOLM UNIVERSITY The Gender of Brazilian Transgender ed Prostitutes MALES WHO ENJOY being anally...

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Tituba's Confession: The Multicultural Dimensions of the 1692 Salem Witch-Hunt

Vol.44,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 535-556

Tituba's Confession: The Multicultural Dimensions of the 1692 Salem Witch-Hunt Elaine G. Breslaw, University of...

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Traditional Healers in the Nigerian Health Care Delivery System and the Debate over Integrating Traditional and Scientific Medicine

Vol.72,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 118-130

  TRADITIONAL HEALERS IN THE NIGERIAN HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM AND THE DEBATE OVER INTEGRATING...

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Social Body and Embodied Subject: Bodiliness, Subjectivity, and Sociality among the Kayapo

Vol.10,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 143-170

Social Body and Embodied Subject: Bodiliness, Subjectivity, and Sociality among the Kayapo Terence Turner Department...

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The Cultural Anthropology of Time: A Critical Essay

Vol.21,
(1992),
pp 93-123

THE CULTLJFUL ANTHROPOLOGY OF TIME: A CRITICAL ESSAY Nancy D. Munn Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago,...

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The Substance of Kinship and the Heat of the Hearth: Feeding, Personhood, and Relatedness among Malays in Pulau Langkawi

Vol.22,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 223-241

the substance of kinship and the heat of the hearth: feeding, personhood, and relatedness among Malays in Pulau...

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Erotic Anthropology: "Ritualized Homosexuality" in Melanesia and beyond

Vol.22,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 848-867

erotic anthropology: "ritualized homosexuality" in Melanesia and beyond DEBORAH A. ELLISTON-New York...

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The Comparative Method in Anthropology [and Comments and Reply]

CURRENTANTHROPOLOGY Volume 35, Number 5, December 199 I4 0 1994by The Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological...

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Diasporas

Vol.9,
No.3,
(1994),
pp 302-338

Diasporas James Clifford Center for Cultural Studies University of California, Santa Cruz This essay asks what is at...

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Land Management Among Hunter-Gatherers: Questioning the Ubiquity Claims

Vol.1,
No.7,
(2016)

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Catalanisme cultural: reptes i possibilitats de construir una nació en democràcia

Vol.76,
(2013),
pp 807-824

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Fighting fory Faith and Nation

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Feasting on My Enemy: Images of Violence and Change in the New Guinea Highlands

Vol.46,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 645-669

Feasting on My Enemy: Images of Violence and Change in the New Guinea Highlands Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern...

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Marauding Middlemen: Western Expansion and Violent Conflict in the Subarctic

Vol.46,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 703-743

Marauding Middlemen: Western Expansion and Violent Conflict in the Subarctic Katherine L. Reedy-Maschner, University of...

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Trade Goods and Jívaro Warfare: The Shuar 1850-1957, and the Achuar, 1940-1978

Vol.46,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 745-776

Daniel Steel, University of Pittsburgh Abstract. This essay describes three historical changes occurring in Jivaro...

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An Ethnohistorical Analysis of Iroquois Assault Tactics Used against Fortified Settlements of the Northeast in the Seventeenth Century

Vol.46,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 777-807

An Ethnohistorical Analysis of Iroquois Assault Tactics Used against Fortified Settlements of the Northeast in the...

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From Racist Stereotype to Ethnic Identity: Instrumental Uses of Mormon Racial Doctrine

Vol.46,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 451-480

From Racist Stereotype to Ethnic Identity: Instrumental Uses of Mormon Racial DoctrineThomas W.Murphy, University of...

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The Silenced Miami: Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Evidence for Miami-British Relations, 1795-1812

Vol.46,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 399-427

The Silenced Miami: Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Evidence for Miami-British Relations, 1795-1812 Rob ...

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Frank G. Speck's Contributions to the Understanding of Mi'kmaq Land Use, Leadership, and Land Management

Vol.46,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 481-540

Frank G. Speck's Contributions to the Understanding of Mi'kmaq Land Use, Leadership, and Land Management Janet...

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State formation and cultural complex is western himalayas

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Contested claims: Land, ritual and the Jogis of Charpatnath (New Documents from Camba)

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Symbols of Empowerment: Possession, Ritual and Healers in Himachal Himalaya (North India)

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History and Anthropology in South Asia: Rethinking the Archive

Vol.29,
(2000),
pp 89-106

   

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Sports diplomacy and emergent nationalism: Football links between the two Yemens, 1970-1990

by Thomas Stevenson, Abdul Karim Alaug,
Vol.3,
No.2,
(2008),
pp 1-19

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Football in newly united Yemen: Rituals of equity, identity and state formation

by Thomas Stevenson, Abdul Karim Alaug,
Vol.56,
(2000),
pp 453-475

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Yemeni workers come home: Reabsorbing one million migrants

No.181,
(1993),
pp 15-20

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Soul and Mind: Linguistic Evidence for Ethnopsychology and Cultural History

Vol.91,
No.1,
(1989),
pp 41-58

ANNA WIERZBICKA Australian National University Soul and Mind: Linguistic Evidence for Ethnopsychology and Cultural...

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State formation and cultural complex is western himalayas

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Contested claims: Land, ritual and the Jogis of Charpatnath (New Documents from Camba)

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Symbols of Empowerment: Possession, Ritual and Healers in Himachal Himalaya (North India)

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This paper is an attempt to understand ‘locality’, where the issues of subversion, subordination and ...

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History and Anthropology in South Asia: Rethinking the Archive

Vol.29,
(2000),
pp 89-106

   

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Sports diplomacy and emergent nationalism: Football links between the two Yemens, 1970-1990

by Thomas Stevenson, Abdul Karim Alaug,
Vol.3,
No.2,
(2008),
pp 1-19

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Football in newly united Yemen: Rituals of equity, identity and state formation

by Thomas Stevenson, Abdul Karim Alaug,
Vol.56,
(2000),
pp 453-475

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Yemeni workers come home: Reabsorbing one million migrants

No.181,
(1993),
pp 15-20

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Soul and Mind: Linguistic Evidence for Ethnopsychology and Cultural History

Vol.91,
No.1,
(1989),
pp 41-58

ANNA WIERZBICKA Australian National University Soul and Mind: Linguistic Evidence for Ethnopsychology and Cultural...

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