2 edition of Anthropology and independent Africans found in the catalog.
Anthropology and independent Africans
Includes bibliographical references (p. 38-40).
|Series||Monograph series,, 4/96, Monograph series (Codesria) ;, 96/4.|
|LC Classifications||GN645 .M25 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||99891423|
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Moore presents an intellectual odyssey through British anthropology in Africa, with consideration of French and American contributions as well. A balanced and fair-minded book discussing many works and considering various arguments in a compact volume, it is the best single source for an overview of anthropology in Africa until the early s.
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In the tradition of John Gunther's Inside Africa, The Africans is an extraordinary combination of analysis and adventure. Part travelogue, part contemporary history, it is a portrait of a continent that sometimes seems hell-bent on destroying itself, and of people who are as courageous as they are long-suffering/5(21).
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formation. This article critically considers Mafeje's monograph, 'Anthropology and Independent Africans: Suicide or End of an Era?' (Dakar, CODESRIA, ), with reference to the position of Anthropology as a discipline in the s.
Mafeje raises important questions about the future of anthropological knowledge and its use in an independent.
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Member of the Society of Young Africa, political activist, Director of the Multidisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Namibia, Author, Member of CODESRIA and Professor of Anthropology and Sociology of Development.
Archibald (also known as ‘Archie’) Mafeje was born in Ngcobo in South Africa on 30 March Needham, R. The Future of Social Anthropology: Disintegration or Metamorpho-sis. Anniversary Contributions to Anthropology: Twelve Essays. Leiden: Brill. Worsley, P. The End of Anthropology. Sixth World Congress of Sociology, May.
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Series editor. Murray Last. This series is published for the IAI by the German publisher, LIT Verlag. History of anthropology in this article refers primarily to the 18th- and 19th-century precursors of modern anthropology.
The term anthropology itself, innovated as a New Latin scientific word during the Renaissance, has always meant "the study (or science) of man".The topics to be included and the terminology have varied historically. At present they are more elaborate than they were during.
Anthropology and Independent Africans: Suicide or End of an Era. Anthropology and Independent Africans: Suicide or End of an Era?. Archie Mafeje. Dakar, CODESRIA,40 p., ISSN Number of visits: By: CODESRIA Web - July 26 Comments Kirk Sides - Anthropology - Anthropology - World anthropology: Anthropologists working in Africa and with African materials have made signal contributions to the theory and practice of anthropology.
Early anthropology in Africa includes work by missionaries and colonial officials. During the high colonial period, anthropology in Africa was based at Western-style universities and research centres, notably. Despite Archie Mafeje’s insistence in that anthropology is incompatible with the intellectual and political project of independent Africans,¹1 A Mafeje ‘Anthropology and independent.
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It also serves as a model for which other disciplines (physical, health and humanities sciences) need to explore their own complicities.5/5(1). Laville, R.,“A Critical Review of ‘Anthropology and Independent Africans: Suicide or End of an Era?’ by Archie Mafeje”, African Sociological Review, 2(1)Author: Jimi Adesina.
The meeting, ‘African Social Scientists Reflections’, was one where Social Scientists and politicians in Africa met to critically examine whether the social science heritage is of any relevance to the Africa of the 21 st Century.
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