Anthropology of the Mediterranean Area

@article{Gilmore1982AnthropologyOT,
  title={Anthropology of the Mediterranean Area},
  author={David Gilmore},
  journal={Annual Review of Anthropology},
  year={1982},
  volume={11},
  pages={175-205}
}
  • David Gilmore
  • Published 1982
  • Sociology
  • Annual Review of Anthropology
Anthropology in the Mediterranean area is nothing new; some of the earliest ethnographies took place there (34, 175). But an anthropology of the Mediterranean area (23, 48) which includes both Christian and Muslim sides is both new and controversial. One reason for this development is the recent upsurge in south European ethnography. Favoring the most mar­ ginal areas of the south, Europeanists have gradually become aware of many affinities between their peoples and those of North Africa and… Expand
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