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Berghahn Series

Social Identities

General Editors:
Shirley Ardener, Founding Director, International Gender Studies Center, University of Oxford
Tamara Dragadze
Jonathan Webber

Based on a prominent Oxford University seminar founded over two decades ago by the social anthropologist Edwin Ardener, this series focuses on the ethnic, historical, religious, and other elements of culture that give rise to a social sense of belonging, enabling individuals and groups to find meaning both in their own social identities and in what differentiates them from others. Each volume is based on one specific theme that brings together contemporary material from a variety of cultures.

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