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The SAGE Handbook of Social Anthropology is a contemporary landmark volume that defines the field and outlines new directions in research. Divided into four sections, each edited by leading figures in social anthropology, this exhaustive Handbook covers interfaces, places, methodologies and futures. Within each section authors at the leading edge of the discipline contribute in-depth chapters on the central principles and latest developments in their area of expertise.
Chapter 2.2: Replacing Europe
Social anthropology's engagement with Europe over the last 25 years (between 1986 and 2011) has been diverse, intense, inventive and ambivalent. This involves several familiar issues. First, the European region (however defined) has a history of several anthropological approaches separated by ...