Welcome to our Anthropology of War publishing program.
Take a look inside at teaching and learning tools that:
- Reflect our high scholarly standards
- Speak effectively to today's college students
- Represent the most current pedagogical trends
Browse our titles for ithe Anthropology of War course below.
An Ethnography of a Salvadoran Street Gang
ISBN13: 9780199859061ISBN10: 019985906X Paperback , 256 pages
Jun 2012, In Stock
Retail Price to Students:$19.95 (04)
A riveting ethnography on Salvadoran street gangs in Los Angeles
A Reader in Peace Studies
ISBN13: 9780195382860ISBN10: 0195382862 Paperback , 304 pages
Jul 2009, In Stock
Retail Price to Students:$44.95 (04)
Featuring both classic and contemporary work, this unique anthology provides an interdisciplinary sampling of key articles and short literary selections focusing on peace and conflict studies.
ISBN13: 9780195119121ISBN10: 0195119126 Paperback , 272 pages
Oct 1997, In Stock
Retail Price to Students:$19.99 (04)
Nominated for a Los Angeles Times Book Award
An Anthropological Challenge to Assumptions about War and Violence
ISBN13: 9780195181784ISBN10: 0195181786 Paperback , 384 pages
Jul 2005, In Stock
Retail Price to Students:$39.95 (04)
This fascinating study challenges the traditional view that humans are by nature primarily warlike, using a novel set of interpretations based on evidence that includes evolutionary and socio-cultural perspectives.