This collection of 12 reissues covers a broad range of areas from across the field of Anthropology, including religion and marriage, cultural identity, symbolism and kinship. The bundle features cultural analyses of societies from all around the globe, by authors who were cutting-edge in their research and methodology, such as Edward Westermarck. Including titles from Raymond Firth and Mary Douglas, this collection of Revivals provides the vital background needed by any student of Anthropology.
Ōkubo Diary: Portrait of a Japanese Valley Brian Moeran
Unveiling Man's Origins: Ten Decades of Thought about Human Evolution Louis Seymour Bazett and Vanne Morris Goodall
In the Active Voice Mary Douglas
How Institutions Think Mary Douglas
Family and Kinship in East London Michael Young and Peter Wilmott
Pukhtun Economy and Society: Traditional Structure and Economic Development in a Tribal Society Akbar S. Ahmed
Tikopia Ritual and Belief Raymond Firth
Primitive Economics of the New Zealand Maori Raymond Firth
Rank and Religion in Tikopia: A Study in Polynesian Paganism and Conversion to Christianity Raymond Firth
Symbols: Public and Private Raymond Firth
Marriage Ceremonies in Morocco Edward Westermarck
Wit and Wisdom in Morocco Edward Westermarck
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