volume 35, issue 5, P1-2 2019
DOI: 10.1111/1467-8322.12525
View full text
|
|
Share
Bruce Kapferer

Abstract: Victor Turner anticipated many of the new directions that distinguish contemporary sociocultural anthropology. In The Ritual Process, Turner set out the significant parameters of his approach in which ethnography plays a central role. He advocated an anthropology that is open, non‐dualist, and that is concerned with the human condition in the diversity of its practices. In his introductory guest editorial to part two of the special issue on Ritual process, Bruce Kapferer focuses in particular on the structure/…

expand abstract