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The Critical Studies in the History of Anthropology series consists of critical studies of key aspects of the history of anthropology. The series aims for a balance between the reflexivity of contemporary theory and the historicism which has long been the keynote of the history of anthropology. Below are a few of the newer [...]
The following is an excerpt from Narrative Complexity: Cognition, Embodiment, Evolution (August 2019), edited by Marina Grishakova and Maria Poulaki, new in the Frontiers of Narrative series. Introduction A recent large-scale international study has shown that different societies tend eventually to evolve toward com [...]