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Art and architecture of the fourth through early 12th centuries in Eastern and Western Europe. In this volume, we identify a possible convergence between economic anthropology, economic sociology and institutional economics, yielding an alternative version of economic knowledge to challenge orthodoxy. The aim of all cultural anthropological research, they held, should be to perceive the totality of a culture and the organic connection of all its parts. Our collective enterprise is to help make an anthropology that grapples with the changing situations of contemporary life.

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Publisher: University of California Press; First edition (January 9, 2001)

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