Culture, Humanity, and Urban Life | Rowman & Littlefield
Culture, Humanity, and Urban Life
How are urban processes entangled with human experiences? In the Culture, Humanity, and Urban Life series, scholarly monographs and edited volumes explore this question and illuminate diverse forms of such entanglement through empirically-based research. This series emphasizes anthropological approaches to the study of human life in relation to the urban. It seeks to illuminate experiences and effects of urban cultures and situate specific cases in a comparative set. By exploring the intricacies of human-urban relations, this series contributes to better understanding of the ways that humans particularly conceive of and experience nature, personhood, ethics, culture, and social life.



Editor(s): Jessica Bodoh-Creed (jessanthro@gmail.com) and Melissa King (mking@sbccd.cc.ca.us)
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