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Coyote Anthropology shatters anthropology’s vaunted theories of practice and offers a radical and comprehensive alternative for the new century. Building on his seminal contributions to symbolic analysis, Roy Wagner repositions anthropology at the heart of the creation of meaning—in terms of what anthropology perceives, how it goes about representing its subjects, and how ...more
Hardcover, 216 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by University of Nebraska Press (first published 2010)
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He received a B.A. in Medieval History from Harvard University (1961), and a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Chicago (1966), where he studied under David M. Schneider. He conducted fieldwork among the Daribi of Karimui, in the Simbu Province of Papua New Guinea, as well as the Usen Barok of New Ireland. Wagner taught at Southern Illinois University and Northwestern University before a ...more
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The Invention of Culture Symbols that Stand for Themselves An Anthropology of the Subject: Holographic Worldview in New Guinea and Its Meaning and Significance for the World of Anthropology Habu: The Innovation of Meaning in Daribi Religion Asiwinarong: Ethos, Image, and Social Power Among the Usen Barok of New Ireland

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