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An outsider looking in : Jeremy Boissevain

By Rob van Ginkel and Irene Stengs


Brief biography of anthropologist Jeremy Boissevain, highlighting his early years as an anthropologist working with CARE and his fieldwork in Malta, Sicily and Canada.peer-reviewe

Topics: Anthropology -- Mediterranean region, Boissevain, Jeremy, 1928-2015
Year: 2005
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