By Jean Lapointe (ed.)
ANTHROPOLOGICA is the legitimate booklet of the Canadian study Centre for Anthropology, Saint Paul collage, Ottawa, Canada.
Anthropologica is released two times a 12 months and good points articles in the fields of cultural and social anthropology and comparable disciplines.
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Anthropologica by Jean Lapointe (ed.)