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Mark är som barn. Genus, fattigdom, och försörjning i Södra Wollo, Etiopien
This anthropological study examines the complexity and importance of gender relations for livelihood activities and it looks at the way in which femaleheaded agricultural households in the Ethiopian highlands cope in an ...
Exactly in the Right Place. Ways of Making and Maintaining a Crow Indian Landscape
‘Exactly in the Right Place’ refers to how Crow people identify themselves within a collective narrative as a chosen people in a chosen place, centered in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming and Montana in the United States. ...
Just like couscous: Gender, agency and the politics of female circumcision in Cairo
This dissertation explores how female gender identity is continually created and re-created in Egypt through a number of daily practices, of which female circumcision is central. In order to do so, the study inquires ...
The Give and Take of Disaster Aid. Social and Moral Transformation in the Wake of the Tsunami in Sri Lanka
The act of giving reflects the most basic principles of morality and has therefore constituted a classical anthropological field of inquiry. The importance of giving, receiving and reciprocating for the shaping and ...