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Social Anthropology

Towards an ethnography of relations themselves?


Where does anthropology go after it has extended ‘the relation’ to the point where it includes even its opposite – after the relation, in other words, has reached the limits of its analytical power to specify? The following review essay argues that Rupert Stasch's monograph on West Papuan kinship, mourning and sociality offers one possible answer. Read it here.