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Buy and Download Description After the end of the Second World War, the gradual decline of Western colonialism and the eclipse of the world of so-called 'primitives', as well as their concomitant ideological (and scholarly) constructs, the Mediterranean region in general, and Greece in particular, has become one of the first places elected as a new type of anthropological 'field', enabling an enrichment of prior ethnographic studies. But if since the 1950s Greece has become the locus of some thorough ethnographic research, anthropology has not been lectured at any Greek university for decades. The (rural) Greek population remained the object of anthropological investigation, mainly done by scholars of West European or American origin.1 After the end of the Second World War, the gradual decline of Western colonialism and the eclipse of the world of so-called 'primitives', as well as their concomitant ideological (and scholarly) constructs, the Mediterranean region in general, and
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