Books by Michigan anthropologists in 2012
Dec 18, 2012
Michigan Anthropology had a busy year for publications, with 14 new books written or edited by our faculty:
Books Published by Michigan Anthropology Faculty in the Last 12 Months
Andrew Shryock and Daniel Lord Smail: Deep History: The Architecture of Past and Present. Harvard University Press.
Erik Mueggler: The Paper Road: Archive and Experience in the Botanical Exploration of West China and Tibet. University of California Press.
Damani J. Partridge: Hypersexuality and Headscarves: Race, Sex, and Citizenship in the New Germany (New Anthropologies of Europe). Indiana University Press.
Gayle Rubin: Deviations: A Gayle Rubin Reader (a John Hope Franklin Center Book). Duke University Press.
Barbra A. Meek: We Are Our Language: An Ethnography of Language Revitalization in a Northern Athabaskan Community (First Peoples: New Directions in Indigenous Studies). University of Arizona Press.
Lisa C Young; Sarah A. Herr (eds): Southwestern Pithouse Communities, AD 200-900. University of Arizona Press.
Michael Lempert: Discipline and Debate: The Language of Violence in a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery. University of California Press.
Michael Lempert and Michael Silverstein: Creatures of Politics: Media, Message, and the American Presidency. Indiana University Press.
Matthew Hull: Government of Paper: The Materiality of Bureaucracy in Urban Pakistan. University of California Press.
Elizabeth F. S. Roberts: God's Laboratory: Assisted Reproduction in the Andes. University of California Press.
David Frye (translator & editor): Writing across Cultures: Narrative Transculturation in Latin America, by Angel Rama. Duke University Press.
Kent Flannery and Joyce Marcus: The Creation of Inequality: How Our Prehistoric Ancestors Set the Stage for Monarchy, Slavery, and Empire. Harvard University Press.
Mike McGovern: Unmasking the State: Making Guinea Modern. University of Chicago Press.
John Mitani (first editor and others): The Evolution of Primate Societies. University of Chicago Press.