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Tales from Academia: history of anthropology in the Netherlands Part 2

Tales from Academia: history of anthropology in the Netherlands Part 2

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Published by Verlag f ur Entwicklungspolitik Saarbr ucken GmbH in Saarbr ucken .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • SEL Library selection,
  • Volkskunde, V olkerkunde

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    SeriesNICCOS-Nijmegen studies in development and cultural change -- 40
    ContributionsHrsg.: Vermeulen, Han
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19479919M
    ISBN 10388156764X

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For this reason, special care Tales from Academia: history of anthropology in the Netherlands Part 2 book been given to present up-to-date bibliographies in order to provide full references to anthropology in its various guises in The : H.F.

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