Works and Lives book.
Works and Lives book. After reading so much in school that was damaging critique (especially Said), I only wish I had read this earlier.
That became Geertz's best-known book and established him not just as an. .1988 Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
That became Geertz's best-known book and established him not just as an Indonesianist but also as an anthropological theorist.
Clifford Geertz locates the tensions of authorship in the distance between the two scenes of anthropologists' works and lives: "being there" and "being here"
This is the world that produces anthropologists, that licenses them to do the kind of work they do, and with which the kind of work they do must find a place if it is to count as worth attention.
Clifford Geertz, an American anthropologist, is.Geertz taught for 10 years at the University of Chicago and has been the Harold F. Linder professor of social science at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey.
Clifford Geertz, an American anthropologist, is known for his studies of Islam in Indonesia and Morocco and of the peasant economy of Java. But he is also the leading exponent of an orientation in the social sciences called "interpretation". Social life, according to this view, is organized in terms of symbols whose meaning we must grasp if we are to understand that organization and formulate its principles.
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Noted anthropologist Clifford Geertz analyzes the writings of anthropologists, specifically ethnographers. What it is instead, however, is less clear. That it might be a kind of writing, putting things to paper, has now and then occurred to those engaged in producing it, consuming it, or both.
Clifford Geertz (Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author). T. his book intends to unravel the mysteries of narrative therapy theory and practice by escorting the reader on a casual intellectual stroll through narrative therapy’s personal, theoretical, and practice history.
Clifford Geertz, American cultural anthropologist, a leading rhetorician and proponent of symbolic anthropology and interpretive anthropology. After service in the . Navy in World War II (1943–45), Geertz studied at Antioch College, Ohio (. 1950), and Harvard University (P. Thank you for your feedback. American anthropologist.
Clifford Geertz, the eminent cultural anthropologist whose work focused on interpreting the symbols he believed give .
He was 80 and lived in Princeton, . The cause was complications after heart surgery, according to an announcement by the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, where he had been on the faculty since 1970. He won a National Book Critics Circle Award for Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author (1988), which examined four of his discipline’s forebears: Bronislaw Malinowski, Ruth Benedict, E. E. Evans-Pritchard and Claude Lévi-Strauss.
Clifford Geertz The American cultural anthropologist Clifford Geertz . Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author
Clifford Geertz The American cultural anthropologist Clifford Geertz (born 1926) did ethnographic field work in Indonesia and Morocco, wrote influential essays on central theoretical issues in the social sciences, and advocated a distinctive "interpretive" approach to anthropology. Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. In the book, he charted the transformation of cultural anthropology from a study of primitive people to a multidisciplinary investigation of a culture's symbolic systems and its interactions with the larger forces of history and modernization.
Author: Clifford Geertz
Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
Publisher: Polity Press (1988)
Pages: 180 pages
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