Culture and Identity

The History, Theory and Practice of Psychological Anthropology

£29.99

In this newly revised and updated edition,
Lindholm provides a comprehensive introduction
to psychological anthropology, deftly tracing the
growth of the field, introducing the key theorists,
and covering a broad range of contemporary
topics such as identity, emotions, symbolic
systems, and the psychology of groups.

"This is a thorough, meaningful and grounded introduction to our discipline. It will certainly be required reading in my courses." - ETHOS: Journal of the Society for Pychological Anthropology

Readers Guide:

A readers' guide to Culture and Identity is available to download here.

Bibliographic details:

ISBN:
9781851685288
Binding: 
Paperback
Extent: 
480 pages
Dimensions: 
165mm
×
254mm
Subjects: 
Anthropology

Author Details:

Charles Lindholm

Charles Lindholm is Professor in the prestigious University Professors Program and in the Department of Anthropology at Boston University. Prior to coming to Boston in 1990 he taught at Columbia, Barnard and Harvard, where he held a joint appointment in Anthropology and in Social Studies. His publications include Generosity and Jealousy: The Swat Pukhtun of Northern Pakistan (based on his dissertation) and a collection entitled Frontier Perspectives: Essays in Comparative Anthropology.