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Fox&King (Eds) - Anthropology Beyond Culture

Fox&King (Eds) - Anthropology Beyond Culture

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Anthropology beyond Culture
 
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Series Editor: Richard G. Fox, President, Wenner-Gren Foundation forAnthropological Research, New York.ISSN:1475-536XSince its inception in 1941, the Wenner-Gren Foundation has convenedmore than 125 international symposia on pressing issues in anthro-pology. Wenner-Gren International symposia recognize no boundaries—intellectual, national, or subdisciplinary. These symposia affirm theworth of anthropology and its capacity to address the nature of human-kind from a great variety of perspectives. They make new links to relateddisciplines, such as law, history, and ethnomusicology, and revivify oldlinks, as between archaeology and sociocultural anthropology, forexample. Each symposium brings together participants from around theworld, for a week-long engagement with a specific issue, but only afterintensive planning of the topic and format over the previous 18 months.In fulfilling its mission to build a world community of anthropologistsand to support basic research in anthropology, the Foundation nowextends its distinctive and productive pattern of pre-symposium plan-ning to the preparation and publication of the resulting volumes. Neverbefore has the Foundation taken responsibility for publishing the papersfrom its international symposia. By initiating this series, the Foundationwishes to ensure timely publication, wide distribution, and high prod-uction standards. The President of the Foundation serves as the serieseditor, and the symposium organizers edit the individual volumes.Some landmark volumes from the past are:
 Man’s Role in Changing the Face of the Earth
in 1956 (William L. Thomas);
 Man the Hunter 
in 1968(Irv DeVore and Richard B. Lee);
Cloth and Human Experience
in 1989(Jane Schneider and Annette Weiner); and
Tools, Language, and Cognitionin Human Evolution
in 1993 (Kathleen Gibson and Tim Ingold). Reportson recent symposia can be found on the foundation’s website,
www.wennergren.org 
, and inquiries should be addressed to
 president@wennergren.org 
.
 
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