Cultural Intimacy: Social Poetics in the Nation-State by Michael Herzfeld [ Herzfeld, Michael. Cultural Intimacy: Social Poetics in the. Cultural Intimacy draws on the author’s own extensive fieldwork in Greece, Herzfeld explores many topics – from sheep-thieves to flight attendants, from the. In this new updated edition, Herzfeld includes more discussion about what cultural intimacy has come to mean for other authors and researchers, and how it can.
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Herzfeld explores many topics – from sheep-thieves to flight attendants, from the banality of polite chit-chat to the divine My library Help Advanced Book Search. Social Poetics in the Nation-state.
Psychology Press- Social Science – pages. Cultural Intimacy draws on the author’s own extensive fieldwork in Greece, as well as on a wide range of comparisons from the United States, Africa, Western Europe, and elsewhere.
Herzfeld explores many topics – from sheep-thieves to flight attendants, from the banality of polite chit-chat to the divine vengeance invoked against perjury, and from the personal styles of coffeehouse and barroom to the politics of academia. In all herzfelld arenas he finds revealing tensions between the formal idealization of collective self-recognition.
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Structural Nostalgia Time and the Oath. The Practice of Stereotypes. Other editions – View all Cultural Intimacy: Michael Herzfeld Limited preview – Common terms and phrases accuser actions actors agnatic agnatic kinship ambiguity American analysis animal-theft Anthropology appear argue argument Balkan become binarism Bourdieu bureaucratic challenge chapter church cial citizens claims Classical concept concerns conflated context contrast Cretan Crete critical cultural intimacy defense diglossia discourse disemia elite entities especially essentialism ethnic ethnographic etymology Europe European Union everyday example F.
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He is the recipient of numerous grants, prizes, and awards and has lectured and taught at universities around the world.
herxfeld Herzfeld is former editor of American Ethnologist. His past fieldwork has focused on Greece, and he is currently researching gentrification and management of the past in Thailand.
Of Definitions and Boundaries. Social Poetics in the Nation-stateMichael Herzfeld.