Ballkani dhe antropologjia social-kulturore- linja kryesore e marrëdhënieve reciproke nga fillimi i shekullit XX deri në vitet ’70-të

Autorët

  • Lenka J. Budilová Departamenti i Etnologjisë, Charles University, Pragë
  • Marek Jakoubek Departamenti i Etnologjisë, Charles University, Pragë

Abstrakti

 Ky tekst ofron vlerësimin e hulumtimeve antropologjike, koncepteve dhe teorive që kanë lidhje me territorin gjeopolitik të Ballkanit, dhe kjo për periudhën nga fillimi i shekullit të 20-të deri në vitet ‘70. Përmbledh interesin e antropologjisë anglo-saksone sociale dhe kulturore për këtë pjesë të Europës dhe e vendos atë në kontekstin e diskutimeve antropologjike të Europës dhe shoqërive komplekse. Në të njëjtën kohë përqendrohet tek konteksti social dhe politik i këtyre hulumtimeve në terren. Një kujdes i veçantë i jepet edhe bashkëpunimit midis antropologjisë anglo-saksone dhe përfaqësuesve të traditave lokale kërkuese (etnologjia, etnografia, folkloristika), po ashtu edhe dallimeve midis këtyre traditave shkencore. 

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Antropologjia, Ballkani, hulumtim në terren, antropologjia e Europës, antropologjia e shoqërive komplekse

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Budilová, L. J., & Jakoubek, M. (2021). Ballkani dhe antropologjia social-kulturore- linja kryesore e marrëdhënieve reciproke nga fillimi i shekullit XX deri në vitet ’70-të. Antropologji, 3(1), 69–93. Retrieved from https://albanica.al/antropologji/article/view/179