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Series:

European Anthropology in Translation

Society for the Anthropology of EuropeGeneral Editor:
Sharon R. Roseman, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Published in Association with the Society for the Anthropology of Europe (AAA)

Editorial Board:
Jaro Stacul, University of Alberta
Tom Wilson, Binghamton University
David Beriss, University of New Orleans

This series introduces English-language versions of significant works on the Anthropology of Europe that were originally published in other languages. These include books produced recently by a new generation of scholars as well as older works that have not previously appeared in English.

We invite submissions or nominations for review. Prospective authors may download a copy of the New Book Outline to be completed and emailed to Berghahn and Sharon Roseman.

Volume 5

Two Sides of One River

Nationalism and Ethnography in Galicia and Portugal

António Medeiros
Translated by Martin Earl
Foreword by James W. Fernandez, University of Chicago

Volume 4

The Colours of the Empire

Racialized Representations during Portuguese Colonialism

Patrícia Ferraz de Matos
Translated from the Portuguese by Mark Ayton

Volume 3

Developing Skill, Developing Vision

Practices of Locality at the Foot of the Alps

Cristina Grasseni
Translated from the Italian

Volume 2

Strangers Either Way

The Lives of Croatian Refugees in their New Home

Jasna Čapo Žmegač
Translated by Nina H. Antoljak and Mateusz M. Stanojević

Volume 1

Disenchantment with Market Economics

East Germans and Western Capitalism

Birgit Müller