Annual Review of Anthropology: 2005, vol. 34.
Annual review of anthropology; v.34, 2005.
Ed. by William H. Durham et al.
This extra-length 34th volume of the Annual Review of Anthropology has been reformatted so as to be easier to read (a two-column layout) and to allow for glossary terms, acronym spell-outs, and sidebars in the margins. Also new in terms of format are annotated references designed to draw attention to key works in a longer list. The Review contains 35 papers drawn from the fields of archaeology, biological anthropology, linguistics and communicative practices, international anthropology and regional studies, and sociocultural anthropology. These are followed by five papers related to the theme of race and racism, and 11 papers related to the theme of indigenous peoples.
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