Southeast Asian Anthropologies:
National Traditions and Transnational Practices
Eric C Thompson & Vineeta Sinha (eds)
The contributors to this volume chart how anthropology, which was introduced to Southeast Asia, by visiting academics,has gradually become transformed by the experience of anthropologists from the region into practices that are more grounded in the communities and cultures that are being studied. The book firstly looks at the development of research traditions in the past, then at the opportunities and challenges for regional academics to make their own imprint on their work and ends with a look at the local, regional and international connections built up through this new practice. New Paperback. First Edition. 333 pages with an index.
Weight 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by NUS Press, Singapore, 2019.