By Sherine Hafez,Susan Slyomovics
This quantity combines ethnographic debts of fieldwork with overviews of modern anthropological literature in regards to the zone on issues reminiscent of Islam, gender, adolescence, and new media. It addresses modern debates approximately modernity, state development, and the hyperlink among the ideology of energy and the construction of data. individuals contain validated and rising students identified for the intensity and caliber in their ethnographic writing and for his or her interventions in present theory.
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