Reprinted from "American anthropologist", Vol.48, no.3, July-September 1946.
|Other titles||American anthropologist.|
|Statement||by Raphael Patai.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||482|
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An Anthropology of War Book Description: As we move deeper into the twenty-first century, power, lethal force, and injustice continue to explode violently into . The origins to the conflict can be traced back to Jewish immigration and sectarian conflict in Mandatory Palestine between Jews and Arabs. It has been referred to as the world's "most intractable conflict," with the ongoing Israeli occupation of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip reaching 53 years.. Despite a long-term peace process and the general reconciliation of Israel with Egypt and Jordan. The profession emerged out of 16th century Western colonialism, and as described in by father of modern anthropology Claude Lévi Strauss: “Anthropology is daughter to this era of violence.” During this period, knowledge of the native society was acquired by European observers from a perspective that was not only looking in from the outside, but also looking down from above. Palestine - Palestine - World War I and after: During World War I the great powers made a number of decisions concerning the future of Palestine without much regard to the wishes of the indigenous inhabitants. Palestinian Arabs, however, believed that Great Britain had promised them independence in the Ḥusayn-McMahon correspondence, an exchange of letters from July to March between.
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