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Publisher: Duke Univ Pr
Myers, Fred R., Thomas, Nicholas
"Aside from being an extraordinary feat of scholarship at the intersection of art, anthropology, and the renewed interest in material culture, this long-awaited study is equally a fulfillment of the many recent envisionings of an ethnography of movement and circulation. Only an anthropologist with as keen a sensibility as Fred R. Myers's for the present epoch of change in both anthropology itself and the peoples it has long studied could produce a work of such focus and scope."-George Marcus, Rice UniversityMyers, Fred R. is the author of 'Painting Culture The Making of an Aboriginal High Art' with ISBN 9780822329497 and ISBN 0822329492.
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