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War in the tribal zone : expanding states and indigenous warfare.

Ferguson, R. Brian. Whitehead, Neil L.
(2000)  | 9780852559130 | James Currey Publishers | hbk. | 2,  | book | 344pp
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In this text, the editors aim to make it impossible for researchers and theorists to treat preindustrial warfare without addressing the larger contexts within which all societies are embedded.

Rethinking pastoralism in africa : gender, culture and the myth of the patriarchal pastoralist.

Hodgson, Dorothy L.
(2001)  | 9780852559123 | James Currey Publishers | hbk. | book | 288pp
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The dominant trend in pastoralist studies has long assumed that pastoralism and pastoral gender relations are inherently patriarchal. The contributors to this collection, in contrast, use diverse analytic approaches to demonstrate that pastoralist gender relations are dynamic, relational, historical...

Biology, brains, and behavior : the evolution of human development.

Langer, Jonas. McKinney, Michael L. , Parker, Sue Taylor.
(2001)  | 9780852559086 | James Currey Publishers | hbk. | book | 430pp
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This volume examines the connections between the evolution of the human brain and behaviour.

Historical ecology : cultural knowledge and changing landscapes.

Crumley, Carole L.
(1999)  | 9780852559017 | James Currey Publishers | hbk. | book | 304pp
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This anthology presents a set of articles that aim to help establish the foundations of a new environmental science, one that is rooted in both the social and physical branches. It considers ecology from a historical perspective.

Senses of place.

Feld, Steven. Basso, Keith.
(1999)  | 9780852559000 | James Currey Publishers | pbk. | New,  | book | 308pp
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The articles collected here consider the construction of place in both a physical and conceptual sense. They discuss how places are created by, and help to create, the people who live in them.


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