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Trousson, Raymond / Vercruysse, Jeroom (dir.), Dictionnaire general de Voltaire. (Champion classiques, references et dictionnaires 18) 1272 p. 2020:10 (Champion, FR) <670-9>
ISBN 978-2-38096-016-7 paper ¥7,064.- (税込) EUR 38.00

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Gershon, Ilana, The Pandemic Workplace: How We Learned to Be Citizens in the Office. 176 pp. 2024:5 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-395>
ISBN 978-0-226-83261-6 hard ¥25,426.- (税込) US$ 115.00 *
ISBN 978-0-226-83263-0 paper ¥6,079.- (税込) US$ 27.50 *

A provocative book arguing that the workplace is where we learn to live democratically. In The Pandemic Workplace, anthropologist Ilana Gershon turns her attention to the US workplace and how it changed-and changed us-during the pandemic. She argues that the unprecedented organizational challenges of the pandemic forced us to radically reexamine our attitudes about work and to think more deeply about how values clash in the workplace. These changes also led us as workers to engage more with the contracts that bind us as we rethought when and how we allow others to tell us what to do. Based on over two hundred interviews, Gershon's book reveals how negotiating these tensions during the pandemic made the workplace into a laboratory for democratic living-the key place where Americans are learning how to develop effective political strategies and think about the common good. Exploring the explicit and unspoken ways we are governed (and govern others) at work, this accessible book shows how the workplace teaches us to be democratic citizens.

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Vega, Rosalynn A., Physicians of the Future: Doctor-Influencers, Patient-Consumers, and the Business of Functional Medicine. 336 pp. 2024:5 (U. Texas Pr., US) <716-437>
ISBN 978-1-4773-2867-5 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00
ISBN 978-1-4773-2868-2 paper ¥7,726.- (税込) US$ 34.95

The first scholarly exploration of the forums, practice, and economics of functional medicine.Physicians of the Future interrogates the hidden logics of inclusion and exclusion in functional medicine (FM), a holistic form of personalized medicine that targets chronic disease. Rosalynn Vega uncovers how, as "wounded healers," some FM practitioners who are former chronic disease sufferers turn their illness narratives into a form of social capital, leveraging social media to relate to patients and build practices as "doctor-influencers." Arguing that power and authority operate distinctly in FM when compared to conventional medicine, largely because FM services are paid for out of pocket by socioeconomically privileged "clients," Vega studies how FM practitioners engage in entrepreneurship of their own while critiquing the profit motives of the existing healthcare system, pharmaceutical industry, and insurance industry. Using data culled from online support groups, conferences, docuseries, blogs, podcasts, YouTube, and TED Talks, as well as her own battles with chronic illness, Vega argues that FM practices prioritize the individual while inadvertently reinscribing inequities based on race and class. Ultimately, she opens avenues of possibility for FM interlocutors wrestling with their responsibility for making functional medicine accessible to all.

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Seeman, Don / Premawardhana, Devaka (eds.), Between Life and Thought: Existential Anthropology and the Study of Religion. 288 pp. 2024:3 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-245>
ISBN 978-1-4875-5258-9 hard ¥18,793.- (税込) US$ 85.00 *
ISBN 978-1-4875-5475-0 paper ¥7,185.- (税込) US$ 32.50 *

Existential anthropology is an approach inspired by existential and phenomenological thought to further our understanding of the human condition. Its ethnographic methodology emphasizes embodied experience and focuses on what is at stake for people amid the contingencies, struggles, and uncertainties of everyday life. While anthropological research on religion abounds, there has been little systematic attention to the ways anthropology and religious studies might benefit from better consideration of one another or from the adoption of a shared existential perspective. Between Life and Thought gathers leading anthropologists and religion scholars, including some of existential anthropology's most recognized advocates and thoughtful critics. The collection opens with a comprehensive introduction to phenomenology and existentialism in anthropology and religious studies and concludes with an analysis of how existential anthropology might address the long-standing problem of constructivism and perennialism in religious studies. The chapters altogether present existential anthropology as an especially generative paradigm with which to rethink and remake both anthropology and the academic study of religion. A timely and significant intervention across multiple areas of research, Between Life and Thought is an invaluable source for critically exploring the prospects, as well as the limits, of an anthropological approach to religion grounded in experiential ethnography and existential thought.

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Medina, Laurie Kroshus, Governing Maya Communities and Lands in Belize: Indigenous Rights, Markets, and Sovereignties. 194 pp. 2024:5 (Rutgers U. Pr., US) <716-1466>
ISBN 978-1-9788-3775-1 hard ¥33,165.- (税込) US$ 150.00 *
ISBN 978-1-9788-3774-4 paper ¥8,389.- (税込) US$ 37.95 *

Confronting a debt crisis, the Belizean government has strategized to maximize revenues from lands designated as state property, privatizing lands for cash crop production and granting concessions for timber and oil extraction. Meanwhile, conservation NGOs have lobbied to establish protected areas on these lands to address a global biodiversity crisis. They promoted ecotourism as a market-based mechanism to fund both conservation and debt repayment; ecotourism also became a mechanism for governing lands and people-even state actors themselves-through the market. Mopan and Q'eqchi' Maya communities, dispossessed of lands and livelihoods through these efforts, pursued claims for Indigenous rights to their traditional lands through Inter-American and Belizean judicial systems. This book examines the interplay of conflicting forms of governance that emerged as these strategies intersected: state performances of sovereignty over lands and people, neoliberal rule through the market, and Indigenous rights-claiming, which challenged both market logics and practices of sovereignty.

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Crey, Karrmen, Producing Sovereignty: The Rise of Indigenous Media in Canada. (Indigenous Americas) 224 pp. 2024:3 (U. Minnesota Pr., US) <716-1667>
ISBN 978-1-5179-1449-3 hard ¥23,878.- (税込) US$ 108.00 *
ISBN 978-1-5179-1450-9 paper ¥5,969.- (税込) US$ 27.00 *

Exploring how Indigenous media has flourished across Canada from the 1990s to the present In the early 1990s, Indigenous media experienced a boom across Canada, resulting in a vast landscape of film, TV, and digital media. Coinciding with a resurgence of Indigenous political activism, Indigenous media highlighted issues around sovereignty and Indigenous rights to broader audiences in Canada. In Producing Sovereignty, Karrmen Crey considers the conditions-social movements, state policy, and evolutions in technology-that enabled this proliferation. Exploring the wide field of media culture institutions, Crey pays particular attention to those that Indigenous media makers engaged during this cultural moment, including state film agencies, arts organizations, provincial broadcasters, and more. Producing Sovereignty ranges from the formation of the Aboriginal Film and Video Art Alliance in the early 1990s and its partnership with the Banff Centre for the Arts to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's 2016 production of Highway of Tears-an immersive 360-degree short film directed by Anishinaabe filmmaker Lisa Jackson-highlighting works by Indigenous creators along the way and situating Indigenous media within contexts that pay close attention to the role of media-producing institutions. Importantly, Crey focuses on institutions with limited scholarly attention, shifting beyond the work of the National Film Board of Canada to explore lesser-known institutions such as educational broadcasters and independent production companies that create programming for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. Through its refusal to treat Indigenous media simply as a set of cultural aesthetics, Producing Sovereignty offers a revealing media history of this cultural moment.

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Ahmann, Chloe, Futures after Progress: Hope and Doubt in Late Industrial Baltimore. 336 pp. 2024:5 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-1691>
ISBN 978-0-226-83359-0 hard ¥25,426.- (税込) US$ 115.00
ISBN 978-0-226-83361-3 paper ¥6,411.- (税込) US$ 29.00 *

A powerful ethnographic study of South Baltimore, a place haunted by toxic pasts in its pursuit of better futures. Factory fires, chemical explosions, and aerial pollutants have inexorably shaped South Baltimore into one of the most polluted places in the country. In Futures after Progress, anthropologist Chloe Ahmann explores the rise and fall of industrial lifeways on this edge of the city and the uncertainties that linger in their wake. Writing from the community of Curtis Bay, where two hundred years of technocratic hubris have carried lethal costs, Ahmann also follows local efforts to realize a good future after industry and the rifts competing visions opened between neighbors. Examining tensions between White and Black residents, environmental activists and industrial enthusiasts, local elders and younger generations, Ahmann shows how this community has become a battleground for competing political futures whose stakes reverberate beyond its six square miles in a present after progress has lost steam. And yet-as one young resident explains-"that's not how the story ends." Rigorous and moving, Futures after Progress probes the deep roots of our ecological predicament, offering insight into what lies ahead for a country beset by dreams deferred and a planet on the precipice of change.

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Bogumil, Zuzanna / Voronina, Tatiana, More than Alive: The Dead, Orthodoxy and Remembrance in Post-Soviet Russia. (Eastern European Culture, Politics and Societies 22) 246 pp. 2023:10 (P. Lang, SZ) <716-1692>
ISBN 978-3-631-87316-8 hard ¥17,017.- (税込) SFR 70.00

The process of the Orthodoxization of memory in Russia started long before the Russian Orthodox Church engaged in the memory politics. It was a grassrooted process initiated by both the living and the dead. By using religious symbols and rituals, various groups of living were restoring their relationship with the forgotten dead of Soviet repressions and war. When the Moscow Patriarchate has returned to active public life and started developing its religious memory infrastructure, the Orthodoxization process got a new up-down dimension. Finally, a turn of the Putin’s regime towards religious commemorative practices caused the disappearance of the boundary between religious and political memory. The bricolage memory, consisting of elements of Orthodox tradition and Soviet memory culture, appeared.

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Crawford, Michael H., In Search of Human Evolution: Field Research in Diverse Environments. 216 pp. 2024:6 (Oxford U. Pr., US) <716-1693>
ISBN 978-0-19-767940-1 hard ¥17,688.- (税込) US$ 80.00

Why would a researcher be willing to subject themselves to scorching heat, frigid conditions, or swarms of Anopheles mosquitoes? For author Michael H. Crawford, the answer is clear. Field research in anthropological genetics helps us answer several basic, universal questions. Who are we? Where did we come from? How did we get here? In Search of Human Evolution synthesizes more than 50 years of Crawford's research on the effects of migration on the evolution of human populations relocated to a series of unique environments. It documents the history of the field of anthropological genetics from its inception in 1973, through the information/computer revolution of the 1980s to the development of molecular characterization of human populations and the sequencing of the human genome. Crawford focuses on various facets of human evolution and migration in eight distinctive regions of the world, including sub-Arctic islands, tropical islands and coastal regions in the northern Caribbean, high valleys and arid regions in Mexico, the Artic taiga, and the plains of the Midwestern United States. Throughout the book, Crawford provides an overview of the importance of conducting fieldwork and the ethics of field research. He examines why individuals and communities participate in such research, and what the future of field research is in these times of epidemics and political instability.

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Gonzalez, Laura Tubelle de, Through the Lens of Cultural Anthropology. 2nd ed. 328 pp. 2024:6 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-1696>
ISBN 978-1-4875-5208-4 paper ¥14,371.- (税込) US$ 65.00

Through the Lens of Cultural Anthropology presents an introduction to cultural anthropology designed to engage students who are learning about the anthropological perspective for the first time. The book offers a sustained focus on language, food, and sustainability in an inclusive format that is sensitive to issues of gender, sexuality, race, and ethnicity. Integrating personal stories from her own fieldwork, Laura Tubelle de Gonzalez brings her passion for transformative learning to students in a way that is both timely and thought-provoking. The second edition has been revised and updated throughout to reflect recent developments in the field. It includes further discussion of globalization; an expanded focus on Indigenous peoples in the United States and Canada; revised discussion of sexuality and gender identities across the globe; a brief introduction to the anthropology of science; and updated box features and additional discussion questions that focus on applying concepts. Beautifully illustrated with over sixty full-color images, including comics and maps, Through the Lens of Cultural Anthropology brings concepts to life in a way that resonates with student readers. The second edition is supplemented by a full suite of updated instructor and student resources. For more information, go to lensofculturalanthropology.com.

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Kisin, Eugenia, Aesthetics of Repair: Indigenous Art and the Form of Reconciliation. 256 pp. 2024:8 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-1697>
ISBN 978-1-4875-0342-0 hard ¥17,688.- (税込) US$ 80.00
ISBN 978-1-4875-2266-7 paper ¥6,620.- (税込) US$ 29.95

Aesthetics of Repair analyses how the belongings called "art" are mobilized by Indigenous artists and cultural activists in British Columbia, Canada. Drawing on contemporary imaginaries of repair, the book asks how diverse forms of collective reckoning with settler-colonial harm resonate with urgent conversations about aesthetics of care in art. The discussion moves across urban and remote spaces of display for Northwest Coast-style Indigenous art, including galleries and museums, pipeline protests, digital exhibitions, an Indigenous-run art school, and a totem pole repatriation site. The book focuses on the practices around art and artworks as forms of critical Indigenous philosophy, arguing that art's efficacies in this moment draw on Indigenous protocols for enacting justice between persons, things, and territories. Featuring examples of belongings that embody these social relations - a bentwood box made to house material memories, a totem pole whose return replenishes fish stocks, and a copper broken on the steps of the federal capital - each chapter shows how art is made to matter. Ultimately, Aesthetics of Repair illuminates the collision of contemporary art with extractive economies and contested practices of "resetting" settler-Indigenous relations.

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Laforet, Andrea / Bain, Angie / Haugen, J. et al. (eds.), The Franz Boas Papers. Volume 2: Franz Boas, James Teit, and Early Twentieth-Century Salish Ethnography. (The Franz Boas Papers: Documentary Edition) 1040 pp. 2024:4 (U. Nebraska Pr., US) <716-1698>
ISBN 978-1-4962-3571-8 hard ¥26,532.- (税込) US$ 120.00 *

The Franz Boas Papers, Volume 2 explores the development of the ethnography of Salishan-speaking societies on the North American Plateau as revealed through the correspondence between Franz Boas and the Scottish-born James Teit, who married into an Interior Salish family and community and became fluent in the Nlaka'pamux language. The letters between Teit (1864-1922) and Boas (1858-1942) chronicle Teit's varied career as an ethnographer, from shortly after his initial meeting with Boas in 1894 until Teit's death at the age of fifty-eight. A postscript documents Boas's contribution to Teit's legacy through the posthumous publication of the manuscripts Teit left unfinished at his death. Teit made significant contributions to ethnography and the history of southern British Columbia through his photography of the people with whom he worked, his contributions to ethnomusicology and ethnobotany, his anthologies of mythic narrative, and his collections of Interior Salish-primarily Nlaka'pamux-material culture. In addition to collaborating with Boas in the development of Interior Salish ethnography, between 1909 and 1922 Teit worked to support Indigenous groups in British Columbia who were seeking recognition of Aboriginal title and resolution of their outstanding land claims.The Franz Boas Papers, Volume 2 meticulously tracks the impact of the differing career trajectories of Teit and Boas on the primary product of their collaboration-the initial development of the ethnography of societies speaking Interior Salish languages. This second volume of the Franz Boas Papers Documentary Edition is an essential primary source of archival materials for research libraries and for students and scholars of Northwest Coast and Interior Mountain West ethnohistory, Native American and Indigenous studies, history of anthropology, and modern U.S. history. It is also an essential source for Indigenous and settler descendant communities.

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食生活の考古学ハンドブック
Lee-Thorp, Julia / Katzenberg, M. Anne (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Diet. (Oxford Handbooks) 816 pp. 2024:5 (Oxford U. Pr., UK) <716-1699>
ISBN 978-0-19-969401-3 hard ¥40,953.- (税込) GB£ 146.00

Humans are unique among animals for the wide diversity of foods and food preparation techniques that are intertwined with regional cultural distinctions around the world. The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Diet explores evidence for human diet from our earliest ancestors through the dispersal of our species across the globe. As populations expanded, people encountered new plants and animals and learned how to exploit them for food and other resources. Today, globalization aside, the results manifest in a wide array of traditional cuisines based on locally available indigenous and domesticated plants and animals. How did this complexity emerge? When did early hominins actively incorporate animal foods into their diets, and later, exploit marine and freshwater resources? What were the effects of reliance on domesticated grains such as maize and rice on past populations and the health of individuals? How did a domesticated plant like maize move from its place of origin to the northernmost regions where it can be grown? Importantly, how do we discover this information, and what can be deduced about human health, biology, and cultural practices in the past and present? Such questions are explored in thirty-three chapters written by leading researchers in the study of human dietary adaptations. The approaches encompass everything from information gleaned from comparisons with our nearest primate relatives, tools used in procuring and preparing foods, skeletal remains, chemical or genetic indicators of diet and genetic variation, and modern or historical ethnographic observations. Examples are drawn from across the globe and information on the research methods used is embedded within each chapter. The Handbook provides a comprehensive reference work for advanced undergraduate and graduate students and for professionals seeking authoritative essays on specific topics about diet in the human past.

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Miron, Rose, Indigenous Archival Activism: Mohican Interventions in Public History and Memory. 304 pp. 2024:4 (U. Minnesota Pr., US) <716-1701>
ISBN 978-1-5179-1270-3 hard ¥26,532.- (税込) US$ 120.00
ISBN 978-1-5179-1271-0 paper ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00 *

Who has the right to represent Native history? The past several decades have seen a massive shift in debates over who owns and has the right to tell Native American history and stories. For centuries, non-Native actors have collected, stolen, sequestered, and gained value from Native stories and documents, human remains, and sacred objects. However, thanks to the work of Native activists, Native history is now increasingly being repatriated back to the control of tribes and communities. Indigenous Archival Activism takes readers into the heart of these debates by tracing one tribe's fifty-year fight to recover and rewrite their history. Rose Miron tells the story of the Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican Nation and their Historical Committee, a group of mostly Mohican women who have been collecting and reorganizing historical materials since 1968. She shows how their work is exemplary of how tribal archives can be used strategically to shift how Native history is accessed, represented, written and, most importantly, controlled. Based on a more than decade-long reciprocal relationship with the Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican Nation, Miron's research and writing is shaped primarily by materials found in the tribal archive and ongoing conversations and input from the Stockbridge-Munsee Historical Committee. As a non-Mohican, Miron is careful to consider her own positionality and reflects on what it means for non-Native researchers and institutions to build reciprocal relationships with Indigenous nations in the context of academia and public history, offering a model both for tribes undertaking their own reclamation projects and for scholars looking to work with tribes in ethical ways.

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Reno, Joshua O., Home Signs: An Ethnography of Life beyond and beside Language. 256 pp. 2024:4 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-1702>
ISBN 978-0-226-83124-4 hard ¥21,888.- (税込) US$ 99.00 *
ISBN 978-0-226-83126-8 paper ¥6,079.- (税込) US$ 27.50 *

An intimate account of an anthropologist's relationship with his non-verbal son and how it has shaped and transformed his understanding of closeness and communication.Home Signs grew out of the anthropologist Joshua Reno's experience of caring for and trying to communicate with his teenage son, Charlie, who cannot speak. To manage interactions with others, Charlie uses what are known as "home signs," gestures developed to meet his need for expression, ranging from the wiggle of a finger to a subtle sideways glance. Though he is nonverbal, he is far from silent: in fact, he is in constant communication with others. In this intimate reflection on language, disability, and togetherness, the author invites us into his and Charlie's shared world. Combining portraits of family life and interviews with other caregivers, Reno upends several assumptions, especially the idea that people who seem not to be able to speak for themselves need others to speak on their behalf. With its broad exploration of nonverbal communication in both human and nonhuman contexts, Home Signs challenges us to think harder about what it means to lead a "normal" life and to connect with another person.

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Strand, Thea R., A Winning Dialect: Reinventing Linguistic Tradition in Rural Norway. (Teaching Culture: UTP Ethnographies for the Classroom) 160 pp. 2024:6 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-1704>
ISBN 978-1-4875-4595-6 hard ¥14,371.- (税込) US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-1-4875-4596-3 paper ¥5,515.- (税込) US$ 24.95

Why did a rural dialect from the heart of Norwegian farm country win a national dialect popularity contest? How could such a contest take place as a form of popular entertainment to begin with? What were the effects of this win, and what has happened to the winning dialect since? A Winning Dialect tells the story of linguistic and cultural transformation in the rural district of Valdres, Norway. It shows how lifelong residents have adapted to changing social, economic, and political circumstances - particularly the shift from family farming to tourism development - and how they have used local linguistic and cultural resources to craft a viable future for themselves and the places their ancestors have called home for centuries. Once stigmatized as poor and uneducated, today the distinctive dialect of Valdres holds a special place as a valuable part of Norwegian national heritage, as well as a marker of local belonging. Based on two decades of research and fieldwork, A Winning Dialect considers how a traditional dialect is transformed - linguistically and culturally - as it is put to new uses in the contemporary world.

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Vere, David La, Erasure and Tuscarora Resilience in Colonial North Carolina. (Haudenosaunee and Indigenous Worlds) 304 pp. 2024:4 (Syracuse U. Pr., US) <716-1707>
ISBN 978-0-8156-3835-3 hard ¥21,004.- (税込) US$ 95.00
ISBN 978-0-8156-3836-0 paper ¥7,726.- (税込) US$ 34.95

In the wake of their victory in the Tuscarora War (1711-15), English settlers forced the Tuscarora Indians of eastern North Carolina, along with the Meherrin, Core, Chowan, Mattamuskeet, Neuse, Hatteras, Bay River, and White Oak River Indians, to become colonial tributaries with assigned land reserves. As tributaries, these Native tribes had special duties and rights recognized by the colony, but they also had to navigate a new world thrust upon them by the colonial government and white settlers.Historian David La Vere argues that through this devious sleight of hand, the colony erased these groups' designation as "Indians," eliding their official, documented existence. The paper genocide of these Native peoples of eastern North Carolina reinforced the growing binary of Black and white society with no place for Native Americans. La Vere traces the process of racialization for both the Native American and wider North Carolinian populations in the decades that followed the war, using previously undiscovered material to chart the dehumanization that occurred as well as the repercussions of the tributary policies that were still felt nearly 200 years after the conflict.

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Wiedemann, Felix, Rassenbilder aus der Vergangenheit: Die anthropologische Lektuere antiker Bildwerke in den Wissenschaften des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts. 432 S. 2024:5 (Wallstein Vlg., GW) <716-136>
ISBN 978-3-8353-5642-9 hard ¥10,454.- (税込) EUR 44.00

Die Vermessung von Kunstwerken gehoerte zu den wichtigsten Methoden der ≫Rassenwissenschaften≪ In der rassistischen Bildpropaganda voelkischer und nationalsozialistischer Ideologen fallen die vielen Abbildungen von antiken Kunstwerken auf. Nicht nur griechische Goetter- und Heroenstatuen, sondern auch Reliefs und Malereien aus Aegypten und dem Alten Orient wurden anthropometrisch vermessen und mit Fotografien moderner Populationen in Beziehung gesetzt. Dabei galten die aegyptischen Bildwerke in dieser Hinsicht als besonders authentisch, praezise und verlaesslich. Doch hier handelte es sich keineswegs nur um einen pseudowissenschaftlichen Irrweg des voelkischen Rassismus. Die anthropologische Lektuere antiker Bildwerke seit dem spaeten?18.?Jahrhundert war eine etablierte Praxis sowohl in den Rassen- als auch in den Kunst- und Altertumswissenschaften. Auf diese Weise schien es nicht nur moeglich, kollektive historische Akteure (≫Voelker≪) anthropologisch zu klassifizieren, sondern auch die Konstanz anthropologischer Typen durch die Zeit hindurch aufzuzeigen und die angebliche wissenschaftliche Legitimitaet des Rassenkonzepts zu untermauen. Felix Wiedemann untersucht Aufkommen und Verschwinden dieser Methode vor dem Hintergrund ihres politischen, kulturellen und epistemischen Kontextes.

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Te Maiharoa, Kelli / Woodhouse, Adrian (eds.), Indigenous Autoethnography: Illuminating Maori Voices. 240 pp. 2024:2 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-1369>
ISBN 978-981-9967-17-9 hard ¥26,132.- (税込) EUR 109.99

This book opens new pathways for decolonial autoethnography, presented as a series of reflective stories that showcase how Maori have negotiated and navigated their personal and professional identities within contemporary society. Framed within the academic methodology of Indigenous Autoethnography, authors recount their personal and professional experiences to address their encounters with cultural trauma and personal enlightenment. As a culturally responsive methodology, Indigenous Autoethnography embraces reflective practice and critical awakening to validate Indigenous knowledge, ensuring that it remains meaningful and responsive to the needs of Maori. Utilising metaphorical storytelling as a primary means of sensemaking, this work reinforces the importance of Maori and other Indigenous People to seek wisdom from the past to guide them into the future. With Indigenous knowledge historically ignored and misrepresented in higher education, this seminal text provides invaluable guidance for global Indigenous researchers seeking to produce story work that genuinely encompasses physical, emotional, and spiritual dimensions.

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