Journal for European Ethnology and Cultural Analysis (JEECA) 1/2018

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Anthropology, Cultural History / Studies

The Journal for European Ethnology and Cultural Analysis (JEECA) vol. 3 issue 1/2018, is now available! Below, please find the table of contents and click the link for more information:

Silvy Chakkalakal: “The World That Could Be”. Gender, education, Future and the project of an Anticipatory Anthropology    7

Götz Bachmann: Dynamicland. An ethnography of work on the medium    31

Lukasz Nieradzik: The animal as a perspective for cultural analysis. On the mutual benefit of European ethnology and human-animal studies    52

Reinhard Bodner: The educative formation of folk costumes. Collecting, exhibiting and renewal at the Tyrolean Folk Art Museum and in the work of Gertrud Pesendorfer (until 1938)    69

Roberta Spano: Hairy orders: Human hair and orders    107

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