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“Theories about Culture in the Postmodern Age” by Marvin Harris

 “The famous anthropologist Marvin Harris, who has published such famous works as Cannibals and Kings or Cows, Pigs, Wars and Witches, summarizes in this book everything that has been said in the last thirty years about the concept of culture, about objectivity, on biological influence, IQ or ethnicity and critically analyzes the various explanatory currents of cultural events.”

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Theories about culture in the postmodern era / Marvin Harris; [translation by Santiago Jordán]. — Barcelona: Critique, DL 2000. — 217 p. ; 23cm — (Letters of Criticism).

title source: Theories of culture in postmodern times

Bibliography: p. 191-202

DL B 13040-2000—ISBN 84-8432-077-4

GN 357 .H3718 2000