SAE / Berghahn European Anthropology in Translation Book Series

Series General Editor:
Sharon R. Roseman, Memorial University of Newfoundland

This series introduces English-language versions of significant works on the Anthropology of Europe that were originally published in other languages. These include books produced recently by a new generation of scholars as well as older works that have not previously appeared in English.

Volume 1MuellerDisenchantment
Disenchantment with Market Economics: East Germans and Western Capitalism (2007).
Birgit Müller




Volume 2
Strangers Either Way: The Lives of Croatian Refugees in their New Home (2007)
Jasna Capo Zmegac



Volume 3GrasseniDeveloping
Developing Skill, Developing Vision: Practicing
Locality at the Foot of the Alps (2009)
Cristina Grasseni



Volume 4MatosColours
Racialized Representations during Portuguese Colonialism (2013)
Patrícia Ferraz de Matos
Translated from the Portuguese by Mark Ayton



Volume 5MedeirosTwo
Nationalism and Ethnography in Galicia and Portugal (2013)
António Medeiros
Translated by Martin Earl
Foreword by James W. Fernandez, University of Chicago

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