Matthew engelkes admirably lucid book gives us the tools we need james clifford author of returns becoming indigenous in the twenty first century praise for the uk edition how to think like an anthropologist is a terrific introduction to the field beautifully written winningly told and provocative the book captures the basic . In other words too often you are left wondering why you would want to think like an anthropologist if this is how they think think like an anthropologist by matthew engelke penguin books 368pp 899 isbn 9780141983226 published 31 august 2017 please login or register to read this article. I was pleasantly surprised then to read matthew engelkes how to think like an anthropologist its a remarkable volume which does a great job of explaining in clear terms what sociocultural anthropology is doing theoretically it is clearly and conversationally written. This book got my attention because i was an anthropology major in college but because of the storytelling so beautifully written i think anyone would find it to be an engaging read. This book is less how to think like an anthropologist and more how do some anthropologists think and what do other anthropologists think about that and so on which isnt a bad thing but it goes into the history of anthropology and various examples and at times it just seems to get lost a bit
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