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Attraverso la "Frontiera nascosta" Conversazione con Eric R. Wolf
Jaro Stacul and Eric R. Wolf
La Ricerca Folklorica
No. 35, Antropologia dell'interiorità (Apr., 1997), pp. 141-144
Published by: Grafo Spa
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1480062
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This conversation between Jaro Stacul and Professor Eric Wolf centres on the main theoretical issues raised by the monograph The Hidden Frontier (1974), a seminal study of cultural dissonance between two Alpine villages, co-authored by John Cole and the same Eric Wolf. Among the different themes explored is the need to investigate the relationship between local community and market in the anthropological study of Alpine villages. The conversation also looks at the future study of peasant society in a changing world, stressing the need for a shift from the study of "traditional" peasant communities to that of working peasantries.
La Ricerca Folklorica © 1997 Grafo Spa