The Lele of the Kasai: Volume 6 (Mary Douglas: Collected Works)
This first volume is a compilation of numerous essays by Douglas on the Lele in the Belgian Congo covering a fifteen year period. There are early indications of Douglas’s cultural imagination and written expression that were to make her works accessible and relevant to a western readership of non-anthropologists. The intellectural tools and examples she gained from Africanist ethnography continue to serve her explorations of European and American society.
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This collection provides facsimiles of twelve groundbreaking works by Mary Douglas, one of the most influential scholars in British social anthropology. Covering her key writings d..
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First published in 1963, this volume is a compilation of numerous essays by Douglas on the Lele in the Belgian Congo covering a fifteen year period...
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Implicit Meanings was first published to great acclaim in 1975. It includes writings on the key themes which are associated with Mary Douglas' work and which have had a major influ..
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"A welcome resource and reference biographical dictionary that took five years to produce. . . . Well organized with useful appendixes, indexes, and references." Choice..
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This is the first full length account of the life and ideas of Mary Douglas, the British social anthropologist whose publications span the second half of the twentieth century. Ric..
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" This volume consists of nine studies, each describing the world outlook of an African people as expressed in their myths of creation, traditions of origin, and religious beliefs...
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First published in 1992, this volume follows on from the programme for studying risk and blame that was implied in Purity and Danger. The first half of the book Douglas argues that..