FW: The Latest Cultural Anthropology Titles from McGraw-Hill
The Latest Cultural Anthropology Titles from McGraw-Hill
Ann Popplestone AAB, BA, MA
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Subject: The Latest Cultural Anthropology Titles from McGraw-Hill
The Latest Cultural Anthropology Titles from McGraw-Hill!
Dear Professor Popplestone,
McGraw-Hill is proud to present four outstanding titles for Cultural Anthropology courses:
Available in June
MIRROR FOR HUMANITY: A Concise Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, with POWERWEB, Fourth Edition
by Conrad Kottak
ISBN 0-07-299338-3; 352 pages
This concise, up-to-date, inexpensive introduction carefully balances coverage of core topics with contemporary changes in the field. No single theoretical perspective orients this book, and its combination of brevity, lower cost, and readability make it a perfect match for cultural anthropology courses that use readings or ethnographies along with a main text.
Available in July
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Tribes, States, and the Global System, with POWERWEB, Fourth Edition
by John Bodley
ISBN 0-07-299767-2; 496 pages
This unique text introduces basic concepts of cultural anthropology by comparing cultures of increasing scale and focusing on key universal issues. "Understanding how tribes, states, and global systems work and how they differ might help citizens design a more secure and equitable world," argues Bodley; his advocacy position informs the text.
INTRODUCING CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, Second Edition
by Roberta Edwards Lenkeit
ISBN 0-07-282025-X; 352 pages
This accessible introduction invites students to explore anthropology's relevance to their own lives through stories, examples, and unique chapter-opening vignettes. Its rich visual program allows professors to assign outside reading without sacrificing visual appeal in a concise text.
THE TAPESTRY OF CULTURE, Eighth Edition
by Abraham Rosman and Paula G. Rubel
ISBN 0-07-283025-5; 416 pages
This brief, affordable text provides a detailed conceptual framework within which to read and understand both classic and contemporary ethnographies. Its comparative approach emphasizes the interpretation of symbols; the new edition expands the coverage of applied anthropology.
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