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Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology offers exclusive, authoritative research guides that combine the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level encyclopedia.

Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology

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Editor in Chief: John L. Jackson, Jr.

  • Concise treatment of large topics such as "Archaeology" or "Culture" to quickly get you up to speed on topics outside of your area of expertise
  • The entries don't just cover all four major fields of Anthropology, but put those fields in conversation with one another, something not found in any other resource
  • Entries highlight old and new terms including classic terms within the field and relatively new ones that are still gaining public acceptance putting new concepts in conversation with older ones and providing a complete overview of the discipline's intellectual trajectory.
  • Entry authors are all experts in the areas they cover, many having written award-winning books or articles on the same subjects. It means that readers are getting a real insider's take on the topics.
  • The entries provide holistic coverage of the terms under discussion providing the reader with the tools to fully understand many debates within the field.
  • Expert recommendation on the best works available in Anthropology whether it be a chapter, a book, a journal article, a Website, blog, or data set streamline the research process
  • Each subject area has an Editor in Chief, an Editorial Board and peer reviewers, ensuring balanced perspective with scholarly accuracy, authority, and objectivity

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