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Grounding Contemporary Croatian Cultural Anthropology in Its Own Ethnology


Čapo, Jasna; Gulin Zrnić, Valentina
Grounding Contemporary Croatian Cultural Anthropology in Its Own Ethnology // European Anthropologies / Barrera-Gonzales, Andres ; Heintz, Monika ; Horolets, Anna (ur.).
New York - Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2017. str. 230-249


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Naslov
Grounding Contemporary Croatian Cultural Anthropology in Its Own Ethnology

Autori
Čapo, Jasna ; Gulin Zrnić, Valentina

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
European Anthropologies

Urednik/ci
Barrera-Gonzales, Andres ; Heintz, Monika ; Horolets, Anna

Izdavač
Berghahn Books

Grad
New York - Oxford

Godina
2017

Raspon stranica
230-249

ISBN
978-1-78533-607-2

Ključne riječi
hrvatska etnologija ; europska antropologija
(Croatian ethnology ; European anthropology)

Sažetak
The chapter assesses the Croatian scientific tradition of ethnology and cultural anthropology from the national (folk) ethnology of the late nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century, through the dominance of the cultural-historical paradigm during the twentieth century, and the transformation of ethnology in cultural anthropology since 1970. It also devotes substantial space to the actual trends in anthropological research, to the educational status of anthropology in Croatian universities and to the place of the discipline in the Croatian society. Finally, the positioning of Croatian ethnology/cultural anthropology in the international academic community is thoroughly discussed: to what extent is there a genuine dialogue between domestic and outside ethnologists/cultural anthropologists? Authors argue that it is not only the synergy of so-called national ethnologies and anthropology that should be developed but a powerful hybridity that would create a ‘third space’, by radically questioning both – domestic and ‘foreign’, ethnological and anthropological – intellectual traditions as the ground for future European research in the discipline(s).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski



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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Čapo, Jasna; Gulin Zrnić, Valentina
Grounding Contemporary Croatian Cultural Anthropology in Its Own Ethnology // European Anthropologies / Barrera-Gonzales, Andres ; Heintz, Monika ; Horolets, Anna (ur.).
New York - Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2017. str. 230-249
Čapo, J. & Gulin Zrnić, V. (2017) Grounding Contemporary Croatian Cultural Anthropology in Its Own Ethnology. U: Barrera-Gonzales, A., Heintz, M. & Horolets, A. (ur.) European Anthropologies. New York - Oxford, Berghahn Books, str. 230-249.
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