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Wind in a Jar
John Farella (au). An incredibly powerful book that defies categorization. In some ways, it is a critique both of ‘pure science’ & of social science. In the latter area, most attention is given to critiquing anthropology, its methodology, & its end products. This is also a critique of contemporary American society & western thought. Author John Farella states that this book is somewhere between a collection of essays & a beginning-middle-end sort of book with a unified theme. The stories are about some people & some places he has known & some experiences he has witnessed or was otherwise part of. His attempt here is to say something true about some Navajo people, the place where they live, doing anthropology, & himself, in that order of importance.
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