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Nestled amid the eastern end of the Himalayas is the peaceful and democratic nation of Bhutanan isolated country that has remained for centuries a mystery to outsiders. With Meeting the "Other," cultural anthropologist Rieki Crins recounts her fifteen-year sojourn in one of Bhutan's most remote villages and unveils a deeply spiritual culture that defines "sustainability" as an experience where life is lived in the present and where gender is conceived of as part and parcel of the cosmos.

Meeting the "Other" - Rieki Crins

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Title
Meeting the "Other" - Living in the Present, Gender and Sustainability in Bhutan
Author
Rieki Crins
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Eburon Academic Publishers
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20090601

Nestled amid the eastern end of the Himalayas is the peaceful and democratic nation of Bhutanan isolated country that has remained for centuries a mystery to outsiders. With Meeting the "Other," cultural anthropologist Rieki Crins recounts her fifteen-year sojourn in one of Bhutan's most remote villages and unveils a deeply spiritual culture that defines "sustainability" as an experience where life is lived in the present and where gender is conceived of as part and parcel of the cosmos.

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Rieki Crins is a cultural anthropologist who has written several books and articles about Bhutan.

Type
BOOK
Country of Publication
Netherlands
Number of Pages
218

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