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Buy and Download Description 'Social Anthropology? — we heard this term a couple of years ago', commented a colleague ironically when I mentioned that I was supposed to write an article on the history of teaching social anthropology in Georgia. In spite of my international experience, I too experienced a sense of confusion upon first reading Iain Edgar's e-mail containing the suggestion to write an article. 'What are you?' 'What do you call yourself?' This question, which Arjo Klamer used to put to multinational participants of his weekly seminars at Rotterdam University, sounded quite to the point (especially since the majority of colleagues present claimed to use multidisciplinary approaches, too). Since 1989, when the 'door' was opened and academics from the East and the West faced each other, I have often found myself explaining the various terms and their contents to my colleagues. 'If someone said they were an ethnographer I would think that they worked at a museum,' said an American PhD student. 'if you study "yourselves", I would say sociology,' noted an Italian colleague while raising her eyebrows. For others, I had to explain that I am not doing folklore1 etc. 'Social Anthropology? — we heard this term a couple of years ago', commented a colleague ironically when I mentioned that I was supposed to write an article on the history of teaching social anthropology in Georgia. In spite of my international ex
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