By Laura Nader
- Outlines an anthropology for the twenty first century that makes a speciality of the myriad connections among peoples—especially the serious intercultural dialogues among the cultures of the East and the West
- Takes an ancient and ethnographic method of learning the intermingling of Arab peoples and the West.
- Demonstrates how cultural alternate among the East and West is a two-way process
- Presents an anthropological standpoint on concerns resembling spiritual fundamentalism, the lives of ladies and youngsters, notions of violence and order
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