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So What? Now What? The Anthropology of Consciousness Responds to a World in Crisis von Bronson, Matthew C. (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 05.05.2009
  • Verlag: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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So What? Now What? The Anthropology of Consciousness Responds to a World in Crisis

",The greatest crisis of our times in a failure of the human imagination.", -Editors The world is currently undergoing a period of unprecedented crises on virtually every front: economic, ecological, and humanitarian. It is starkly apparent that a shift is needed in our dominant structural systems - and that by addressing the collective thinking that has created and maintained these systems, scholars can do their part to catalyze such a shift. The interdisciplinary field known as the Anthropology of Consciousness offers important insights for enacting this necessary shift. This book draws on the work of a group of diverse scholars to explore what the intersection of anthropology and consciousness studies can contribute to the ",public turn", within anthropology and the academy in general. Its twelve chapters span disparate geographies and disciplinary frameworks, yet cohere in their focus on common themes such as imagination, empathy, agency, dialogue, and ethics. The answers to the question ",So What? Now What?", differ for a linguistic anthropologist in the South Pacific, an environmental educator in Hawai'i, a grant-writing anthropologist serving a refugee agency in Portland, Oregon and the founder of a girls' school in Brazil. Nevertheless, they are united in the desire to reframe the anthropology of consciousness as an ",anthropology of conscience,", and this pioneering volume is the result.

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    Format: PDF
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Erscheinungsdatum: 05.05.2009
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781443810531
    Verlag: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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