In this timely and remarkable book stuart kirsch shows how anthropology can and why it should become more engaged with the problems of the world engaged anthropology draws on the authors experiences working with indigenous peoples fighting for their environment land rights and political sovereignty. Engaged anthropology politics beyond the text and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle learn more enter your mobile number or email address below and well send you a link to download the free kindle app. Ilana gershon sits down with stuart kirsch to discuss his new book engaged anthropology politics beyond the text engaged anthropology political ecology and the anthropology of property among other topics he is the author of reverse anthropology stanford university press 2006 mining capitalism university of california press 2014 . In particular it calls for greater reflexivity in encouraging engaged anthropologists to pay greater attention to politics beyond the text the book considers how political commitments affect research when contributions to political change are elusive and how the search for alternatives may influence the results. Engaged anthropology anthropology as advocacy activist anthropology collaborative anthropology militant anthropology public anthropology despite their differences all of these projects share a commitment to mobilizing anthropology for constructive interventions into politics
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