Subversions of international order : studies in the political anthropology of culture / John Borneman.
By: Borneman, John.Material type: BookCall no.: GN492 .B67 1998Series: SUNY series in national identities: Publication: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1998Description: viii, 341 p. : ill., map.ISBN: 0791435830 (hardcover) ; 9780791435830 (hardcover) ; 0791435849 (pbk.) ; 9780791435847 (pbk.) ; 0585065225; 9780585065229.Subject(s): Political anthropology | Political culture | World politics | International relations | National characteristics | Political socialization | Homosexuality -- Political aspects
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Subversions of International Order: An Introduction -- pt. I. Making Culture and International Order. 2. American Anthropology as Foreign Policy. 3. Race, Ethnicity, Species, Breed: Totemism and Horse Breed Classification in America -- pt. II. National Identities in a Disintegrating Political Order. 4. Time-Space Compression and the Continental Divide in German Subjectivity. 5. Narrative, Genealogy, and Historical Consciousness: Selfhood in a Disintegrating State. 6. Grenzregime (Border Regime): The Wall and Its Aftermath -- pt. III. Resistance and Opposition to Authority. 7. Trouble in the Kitchen: Totalitarianism, Love, and Resistance to Authority. 8. Education after the Cold War: Remembrance, Repetition, and Right-Wing Violence.
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