Cultural Intimacy: Social Poetics in the Nation-State by Michael Herzfeld [ Herzfeld, Michael. Cultural Intimacy: Social Poetics in the. Cultural Intimacy draws on the author’s own extensive fieldwork in Greece, Herzfeld explores many topics – from sheep-thieves to flight attendants, from the. In this new updated edition, Herzfeld includes more discussion about what cultural intimacy has come to mean for other authors and researchers, and how it can.
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Structural nostalgia time and the oath in the mountain villages of Crete. Dealing in Contingency in a Greek City.
But who sets the boundary between importance and mereness? The book improves our understanding of how states, societies and institutions function and illustrates the relevance of anthropology to contemporary issues such as globalization, censorship, ethnic conflict and nationalism.
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Exploring what he calls “creative dissent” within the seemingly seamless fabric of the nation-state, he strives to understand how people “can negotiate the terrain of social identity and daily life in the…modern nation-state, and how they can be fiercely patriotic and just as fiercely rebellious at the same time” Page 22, Highlight Cyan: Herzfeld is former editor of American Ethnologist.
Michael Herzfeld is Ernest E.
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It therebyconvertsrevolution into conformity, represents ethnic cleansing as nationalconsensus and cultural hOlnogeneity, and recasts the sordid terrorsof emergence into a seductive immortality. His past fieldwork has focused on Greece, and he is currently researching gentrification and management of the past in Thailand. He is the recipient of numerous grants, prizes, and awards and has lectured and taught at universities around the world. Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
Other editions – View all Cultural Intimacy: Even his introductory textbook is entitled, Anthropology: Page cultjral, Highlight Cyan: Charles Hartshorne and Paul Weiss.
Cultural intimacy and the meaning of Europe.
RoutledgeMay 12, – Political Science – pages. Chapter Nine The Practice of Stereotypes. Page 17, Highlight Cyan: He is the recipient of numerous grants, prizes, and awards and has lectured and taught at universities around the world.
Such questions underscore a key point of this book: Regular Guys and Hherzfeld Practices. Chapter One Introducing Cultural Intimacy. His past fieldwork has focused on Greece, and he is currently researching gentrification and management of the past in Thailand. Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus.
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Mikhail The Dialogic imagination. One way Herzfeld illustrates this is through culural exposure of the ironies, inversions and paradoxes in which he so delights.
Structural Nostalgia Time and the Oath.