2nd edition of Anthropology Explored Published
The AnthroNotes editors would like to announce the new, revised and
expanded edition of Anthropology Explored:The Best of Smithsonian
AnthroNotes, edited by Ruth Selig, Marilyn London, and Ann Kaupp,
Smithsonian Books, 2004.
Purchase the book for a 20% discount at the SAA meetings, at the
Smithsonian's Canadian distributor's booth, SCHOLARLY BOOK SERVICES, BOOTH
424. To order the book, call 1-800-233-4830 or visit the website at
This edition like the first covers the entire field of anthropology. It
includes 13 new chapters on topical issues such as repatriation, primate
and human aggression, new findings in human origins, the Maya, the Vikings,
cultural relativism and universal human rights, forensic anthropology and
America's MIAs, race and ethnicity, body art, and refugees. Almost all
chapters have a 2004 update emphasizing new discoveries and technologies.
This edition also includes chapter abstracts and a new introduction
describing the field, its subdisciplines, and methodologies. A supplementary
Instructor's Guide with chapter summaries, topics for classroom discussion,
questions for essays and short answers, and a glossary is available
free-of-charge. For information contact Anthroutreach@...
For an examination copy of the book, fax a request on official letterhead
to Smithsonian Books at 202-275-2274. The Press will send you a copy of the
requested title along with an invoice payable in sixty days. If the book is
adopted within that period, the invoice will cancel. If not adopted, the
book may be returned or purchased at a 20% discount.
Hope to see you at the meetings.
Ann & Ruth
Ann Kaupp, Head
Anthropology Outreach Office
PO Box 37012
NMNH, Room 363, MRC 112
Washington, DC 20013-7012