DrackleEd - Chapter 17
The Other is the very object of anthropology, or so most
scholars in the field would claim. How then is anthropology possible in
a country whose almost sole concern was the Self? In this paper I shall
try to provide an answer to this question, recounting, in brief, the
history of 'anthropological becoming' in Romania, a history shared, to
some extent, by many other 'young nations'.