Anthropology on the boundary and the boundary in anthropology
The following thoughts grew through a year of seminars with Dr. Michael Herzfeld (Indiana University). Readers of his forthcoming book entitled Anthropology through the Looking-Glass: Critical Ethnography in the Margins of Europe (Cambridge 1987) may note some ideas strikingly similar to those expressed in these pages. I am indebted to him for much of the stimulus and inspiration, as well as for concrete suggestions for revision, and to him I offer this sincere dedication.
Martin, D. (1990). Anthropology on the boundary and the boundary in anthropology. Human Studies 13 (2), pp. 119-145.
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