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  1. Moral Anthropology: A Critical Reader

    "This compendium is an essential tool for anyone interested in the study of morality in the social sciences and the humanities. The texts, classical and recent, are judiciously chosen and give an unparalleled perspective on a range of burning questions. The editors have done us a great service in assembling them in a single volume." - Michèle Lamont, Harvard University
     

    Instructors - If you are teaching and would like to receive a complimentary copy to consider for use on your course, please follow this link. | Read more

  2. NEW: Doing Anthropological Research - Natalie Konopinski

    "...a wealth of sound, succinct advice on how to plan and conduct ethnographic fieldwork, how to organize and analyze information, and how to write up coherently."

    A practical and methodological toolkit, Doing Anthropological Research works through the research process chapter by chapter, from the planning and proposal stage to methodologies, secondary research, ethnographic fieldwork, ethical concerns, and writing strategies.

    If you are teaching and would like to receive a complimentary copy to consider for using on your course, please follow this link.

  3. Cultural Anthropology - Global Forces, Local Lives 2nd Edition

    In the second edition of this popular textbook, Jack David Eller provides a refreshingly new vision of the discipline and its subject matter - human diversity. Click here to read more and purchase.

    Instructors: If you would like to receive a complimentary exam copy of Cultural Anthropology to consider for your course, please follow this link.

  4. Engaging Anthropology

    Engaging Anthropology

    This lively book offers a fresh look at the history of anthropological theory. Covering key concepts and theorists, Mark Moberg examines the historical context of anthropological ideas and the contested nature of anthropology itself. Click here to read more.

  5. Cultural Anthropology for Today’s Students

    If you haven't seen Jack David Eller's textbook, Cultural Anthropology: Global Forces, Local Lives, take a look today, and find out why Faidra Papavasilliou, Georgia State University, calls it, "the best textbook I have yet encountered…the 'standards' in the field are twice as expensive and half as good."

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