Culture And The Human Body: An Anthropological Perspective
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Culture And The Human Body: An Anthropological Perspective

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In the course of human prehistory and continuing to the present day, culture has played a prominent role in transforming the human form. From birth to death, the body serves as a medium and metaphor of cultural expression. This book provides a broadly comparative perspective on the many and varied ways in which the human body has been sculpted and transformed by particular...more
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