From: Joseph M. O'Neal [SMTP:josephon@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 1999 12:02 PM
Subject: Book Suggestions
Many thanks to all the people who responded to my inquiry about the books
they would use in a course called Knowing Other Cultures. As I promised, I
repost the suggestions below. I've left off the names of the respondents,
since some of them were sent directly to me rather than appearing on the list.
The recommendations were:
Fuglesang, Andreas. "About Understanding: Ideas and Observations on
Cross-Cultural Communication." Dag Hammarskjold Foundation, Uppsala, 1982.
Powdermaker, Hortense. "Stranger and Friend."
Wolf, Margery. "The House of Lim." Prentice-Hall, 1968.
Wolf, Margery. "Revolution Postponed: Women in Contemporary China."
Gates, Hill. "Chinese Working-Class Lives: Getting by in Taiwan."
Raybeck, Douglas. "Mad Dogs, Englishmen, and the Errant Anthropologist."
Anderson, Barbara Gallatin. "First Fieldwork: The Misadventures of an
Anthropologist." Waveland, 1990.
Middleton, Dwight. "The Challenge of Human Diversity: Mirrors, Bridges,
and Chasms." Waveland, 1998.
This one's from me:
Bohannon, Paul, and Dirk van der Elst. "Asking and Listening: Ethnography
as Personal Adaptation." Waveland, 1998.
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