E–pub/E–book [Lost People Magic and the Legacy of Slavery in Madagascar] õ David Graeber
Personally I feel this is my best book but it s
understandable that few people read it Chock full of funny interesting that few people read it Chock full of funny interesting and written in David s usual fluid and accessible style Very ood ethnography I started reading Graeber and loved him So then a few years ago I had this reat idea to read all of his other work This book was I think first and it dealt exclusively. Betafo a rural community in central MADAGASCAR IS DIVIDED BETWEEN THE DESCENDANTS OF NOBLES DESCENDANTS is divided between the descendants of nobles descendants slaves Anthropologist David Graeber arrived for fieldwork at the height of tensions attributed to a disa. .
Hich slowed me down And then I wasn t sure if I was being correct So see One of the most lively anthropologists who really Makes Real Human Beings real human beings their blood and pulse and veins come aliverather than assuming that power and exclusion are intrinsic the very nature of politics it allows one to at least imagine a politics and a history that could still be oing on without the. Of narrative Combining theoretical subtlety a compelling narrative line and vividly drawn a compelling narrative line and vividly drawn Lost People is a singular contribution to the anthropology of politics and the literature on ethnographic writing.