The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology
12 Volume Set
1. Edition August 2018
7008 Pages, Hardcover
Price: 2.050,00 € 1.690,00 €
Special price valid until 2018-11-30
Price incl. VAT, excl. Shipping
The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology is the most complete reference resource for the field of anthropology and interrelated areas, providing an authoritative and expert overview of the concepts, research, and techniques that together define the discipline. Under the guidance of Editor-in-Chief Hilary Callan - former director of the Royal Anthropological Institute (2000-2010) - and fourteen internationally-respected voices acting as Associate Editors, the Encyclopedia features contributions from a team of over 800 international scholars making this a work of unparalleled depth and breadth of knowledge.
Over 1,000 entries, ranging from concise summaries to longer writings, present the reader with in-depth discussions of hundreds of key topics, including: ecology, human evolution, gender, health, language and education, kinship, politics, and power, as well as biographical entries of many of the world's most influential founding anthropologists.
Organized alphabetically and written for both the specialist and the general reader, the Encyclopedia is a landmark reference resource for students and scholars engaged within the broad and dynamic field of anthropology, and those studying and working within the related disciplines of psychology, medicine, religious studies, and sociology.
This work is also available as an online resource at www.encyclopediaofanthropology.com.
Hilary Callan is Director Emerita of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, having served as Director from 2000 to 2010. She has held academic positions in anthropology and international education in the UK, the Middle East, Canada, and the Netherlands. Among other publications, she is contributor to and co-editor of Early Human Kinship: From Sex to Social Reproduction (2008), Introductory Readings in Anthropology (2013), and Human Origins: Contributions from Social Anthropology (2017).