Anthropology of Europe
Monica Heintz, University of Paris Ouest Nanterre LA Défense
Patrick Heady, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
Europe, a region characterized by its diversity and speed of change, is the latest area to attract current anthropological research and scholarship that challenges the prevailing views of classical anthropology. Situated at the frontier of the social sciences and humanities, the anthropology of Europe is born out of traditional ethnology, anthropology, folklore, and cultural studies, but engages in innovative interdisciplinary approaches.
Anthropology of Europe publishes fieldwork monographs by young and established scholars, as well as edited volumes on particular regions or aspects of European society. The series pays special attention to studies with a strong comparative component, addressing theoretical questions of interest to both anthropologists and other scholars working in related fields.
In Pursuit of Belonging
Forging an Ethical Life in European-Turkish Spaces
Susan Beth RottmannPublished: 2019
All or None
Cooperation and Sustainability in Italy's Red Belt
Alison Sánchez HallPublished: 2018
Edited by Andrés Barrera-González, Monica Heintz and Anna HoroletsPublished: 2017
The France of the Little-Middles
A Suburban Housing Development in Greater Paris
Marie Cartier, Isabelle Coutant, Olivier Masclet, and Yasmine SiblotPublished: 2016
Translated by Juliette Rogers