The Middle East and Central Asia: An Anthropological Approach

The Middle East and Central Asia An Anthropological Approach Based on a synthesis of the extensive research of Middle Eastern and Western scholars this lively anthropological introduction to the Middle East and Central Asia explores the socio political complex

  • Title: The Middle East and Central Asia: An Anthropological Approach
  • Author: Dale F. Eickelman
  • ISBN: 9780130336781
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • Based on a synthesis of the extensive research of Middle Eastern and Western scholars, this lively anthropological introduction to the Middle East and Central Asia explores the socio political complexities of those regions and introduces students to the questions that have been, and are being, developed by scholars and writers concerned with the two regions The volume Based on a synthesis of the extensive research of Middle Eastern and Western scholars, this lively anthropological introduction to the Middle East and Central Asia explores the socio political complexities of those regions and introduces students to the questions that have been, and are being, developed by scholars and writers concerned with the two regions The volume provides an anthropological introduction to the Middle East, and Central Asia including region, economy, and society, personal and family relationships, change in practical ideologies, the cultural order of complex societies, religion and experience and the shape of change For individuals interested in an introduction to the Middle East and Central Asia.

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    1 thought on “The Middle East and Central Asia: An Anthropological Approach”

    1. Didn't finish the subject I was reading this book for, and didn't enjoy it enough to finish it despite changing subject. It felt a bit dated. Not bad, really, just didn't catch my interest particularly.

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