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Whatever happened to economic anthropology?

Gregory, Chris


In the 1970s, economic anthropology, along with kinship and ecological anthropology, was regarded as a core discipline in the teaching of anthropology. The centrality of all these subjects was reflected in the debates of the time. For economic anthropology, understanding the articulation of modes of production was the problem; the holy trinity-tribe, peasant, capitalist-provided the key terms of the debate. These terms, and this problem, are history. The discipline of anthropology has been...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2009
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Journal of Anthropology, The
DOI: 10.1111/j.1757-6547.2009.00037.x


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