Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology

Synopsis

The last few decades have seen rapid advances of anthropological knowledge on a wide variety of fronts. The companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology provides a comprehensive survey of contemporary thinking in biological, social and cultural anthropology. In bringing these three fields together, the Companion establishes their interconnections and points the way for the future development of anthropological understanding.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Tim Ingold
  • Phillip V. Tobias
  • Clive Gamble
  • Philip Lieberman
  • Thomas Wynn
  • Tim Ingold
  • Phillip V. Tobias
  • Clive Gamble
  • Philip Lieberman
  • Thomas Wynn
  • F. J. Odling-Smee
  • Roy Ellen
  • Igor De Garine
  • Mark N. Cohen
  • Stephen J. Kunitz
  • David Premack
  • Ann James Premack
  • Mary Lecron Foster
  • Daniel Miller
  • François Sigaut
  • Amos Rapoport
  • Barbara Adam
  • Brian V. Street
  • Niko Besnier
  • Gilbert Lewis
  • James F. Weiner
  • Richard Schechner
  • Howard Morphy
  • Anthony Seeger
  • Anthony D. Smith
  • R. I. M. Dunbar
  • Alan Barnard
  • Henrietta L. Moore
  • Fitz John Porter Poole
  • Jean Debernardi
  • Sutti Ortiz
  • C. A. Gregory
  • Timothy
  • Simon Roberts
  • Robert A. Rubinstein
  • André Béteille
  • Peter Worsley
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • London
Publication year:
  • 1994