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Research Guide for Graduate Students in Peace and Conflict Studies Program: Exercise

Exercise: Search and Find Resources

  1. Arndt, H.W., 1987. “Development as Growth (1945-1965),” In Economic Development: The History of an Idea. University of Chicago Press.
  2. Sodikoff, Genese, 2012. “Totem and Taboo Reconsidered: Endangered Species and Moral Practice in Madagascar.” In The Anthropology of Extinction: Essays on Culture and Species Death. Ed. G. M. Sodikoff, pp. 67-87. Indiana University Press.
  3. Cohen, Ira J., 1981. “Max Weber on Modern Western Capitalism,” excerpt pp. 23-51, published as an Introductory Essay in Max Weber, General Economic History, Transaction Press.
  4. Kosek, Jake. 2010. “Ecologies of Empire: On the New Uses of the Honeybee.” Cultural Anthropology 25(4):650-678.
  5. Irwin, Geoffrey. 2011. "Further investigations at the Naigani Lapita site (VL 21/5), Fiji: excavation, radiocarbon dating and palaeofaunal extinction." Journal Of Pacific Archaeology 2(2): 66-78.

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