2 edition of An Anthropology of Absence found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Mikkel Bille, Frida Hastrup, Tim Flohr Soerensen|
|Contributions||Hastrup, Frida, Soerensen, Tim Flohr, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|ISBN 10||9781441955289, 9781441955296|
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Covering everything from organ donation, to funerary rituals, to prisoners of war, The Anthropology of Absence is written at an important intersection of archaeological and anthropological study. Divided into three sections, this volume uses the "presence" of absence to compare cultural perceptions of: material qualities and created memory, the.
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An Anthropology of Absence: Materializations of Transcendence and Loss - Kindle edition by Bille, Mikkel, Hastrup, Frida, Soerensen, Tim Flohr.
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Anthropology of absence: materializations of transcendence and loss. Anthropology of absence: materializations of transcendence and loss. Print book: English. [Place of publication not identified]: Springer 2. An Anthropology of Absence Materializations of Transcendence and Loss: 2.
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