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View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Buy New View Book. About AbeBooks. At the colloquium that gave rise to a book on the connections between anthropology and colonialism, Le mal de voir , Bourdieu called for an analysis of the relatively autonomous field of colonial science a, p. A parallel discussion took place in American anthropology somewhat later, during the s.
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During the s, authors such as Gothsch began to address the question of German anthropology's involvement in colonialism. George Steinmetz Davis Julian Go ed. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.
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Mauss, Marcel  D Halls. London: Routledge. Raworth, Kate Kindle, Random House Business. Weber, Max. The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism. Talcott Parsons. Weiner, Annette B. Berkeley: University of California Press. Selections: Adamek, Wendi L. Gethin, Rupert, trans. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. Schopen, Gregory Walsh, Michael J. I teach an undergraduate course on Buddhism and Environment, which looks at the anthropological aspects of how Buddhists perceive and act towards the natural environment.
I include a section on economics and consumption, as these are crucial issues related to the environment.
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I'm happy to share my syllabus with anyone who is interested and will post it through the syllabus project in H-Buddhism soon. Besides a lot of shorter articles, I ask students to read two books - the first of which addresses Dan's initial query about consumerism:.
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Payne, Richard K. How Much Is Enough? Buddhism, Consumerism, and the Human Environment. Boston: Wisdom Publications.
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Darlington, Susan M. I have a short article with a similar title published in in Ethnology - the book is more nuanced and political and, of course, has more details. Full disclosure: I'm her editor at Shambhala Publications. Her edited anthology Hooked! It has essays ranging from short, lyrical pieces she's published across the years to longer, more academic pieces considering Green Buddhism from the vantages of Buddhist schools and history, contemporary activism, unique qualities of American Buddhism, ecofeminism, animals, profiles of prominent Buddhist environmentalists Gary Snyder, Sulak Sivaraksa, Joanna Macy, John Daido Loori , and more.
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