Educational Histories of European Social Anthropology

Synopsis

Aimed at professional anthropologists, their students and academic policy-makers, the contributions to this volume provide an unprecedented array of insights into the current teaching and learning of social anthropology across Europe. With case-studies from eighteen different countries this volume presents a rich panorama of local histories, contexts and experiences, which are essential contributions to current debates on the role and significance of anthropology in an era of converging Higher Education policies. More practically,the volume offers teachers and students the possibility ofdeveloping international exchanges supported by a previously unobtainable knowledge of institutional historiesand differing local contexts.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Dorle Dracklé
  • Iain R. Edgar
  • Thomas K. Schippers
  • David Mills
  • Wim Hoogbergen
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2003