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MIRROR FOR HUMANITY : A Concise Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Second Edition)

By: Kottak, Conrad Phillip

Price: $13.66

Publisher: USA, McGraw Hill College: 1999

Edition: International Edition

Seller ID: 010918


xxi, + 314pp., b/white photographic illustrations and figures. Book clean, square. Spine firm. Leaves clean. Illustrated card wrapper very good. A stand-alone volume in the McGraw-Hill Anthropology Series. Contents include: Preface, About the Author, 14 chapters, Glossary, Bibliography, Acks., Index. Book weight approx. 485g. View more info

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GODS GHOSTS AND MEN IN MELANESIA: Some Religions of Australian New Guinea and the New Hebrides. (Signed Copy)

By: Lawrence, P, and Meggitt, M.J. (Edited by)

Price: $30.77

Publisher: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Oxford University Press: 1965

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed and Inscribed By Editor

Seller ID: 005693


298pp., area-map endpapers. Book clean and square. Spine firm, bright gilt title there-on. Black cloth boards bumped on lower foredge corners, and heel of backstrip. Inscription, signed and dated by primary editor (Peter Lawrence) on half-title page, plus a former owner's name on verso of ffep. Illustrated, loose-plastic protected dustjacket edgeworn and bumped. Using an impressive list of contributors, experts all (R.M.Berndt, R.N.Bulmer, K.O.Burridge, P.Lawrence, et al... View more info

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THE MAASAI

By: Sankan, S.S.

Price: $8.52

Publisher: Nairobi, Kenya, Kenya Literature Bureau: 1995

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 005094


xxxii, + 102pp., unpaginated, b/white halftone plate section. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Leaves clean. Printed limp warapper lightly scuffed and abraded. In this book, "the author attempts to summarise the customs in order that a state of uniformity might be brought about through Maasailand as far as customs are concerned ...primarily addressed to the younger generations of Maasai children who, due to schooling and other 'corrupting' influences, might not gro... View more info