Veteran Dutch anthropologist Jeremy Boissevain has passed away, aged Saints and Fireworks: Religion and Politics in Rural Malta (LSE Monographs on Social Anthropology) Jan 01, by Jeremy Boissevain, Laura Bear. Brief biography of anthropologist Jeremy Boissevain, highlighting his early years as an anthropologist working with CARE and his fieldwork in Malta, Sicily and.

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He had worked very hard on this volume, which turned out to be his final one. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. He occupied an incredibly significant role in facilitating the development of an anthropology of Euro-Atlantic societies and in the transition from functionalism to post-structuralist anthropology.

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Jeremy Boissevain, anthropologist who made Malta home, dies

Factions, Friends and Feasts: Anthropological Perspectives on the Mediterranean [Berghahn Books, ]. After his retirement he remained active as participant in academic meetings and always interested in the work of his colleagues and friends.

Jeremy was a curious, amiable and convivial personality. In his monograph Hal-Farrug: New citations to this author.

Jeremy Boissevain was full professor of social anthropology at ueremy University of Amsterdam where he worked from tofellow of the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research and sat on the advisory boards of several scholarly journals, among them Journeys: Patrons and clients in Mediterranean societies, He was an enthusiastic traveler himself, an inspiring teacher and supervisor, jerwmy prolific writer, and a visiting professor at several universities in Europe and the United States.


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Je reageert onder je WordPress. He is survived by Inga-Britt, his wife during more than sixty years, four daughters, and seven grandchildren. Stuur naar e-mailadres Je boisswvain Je e-mailadres.

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