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This chapter historically situates the writing culture moment in the 1980s, comparing it to developments in other anthropological subdisciplines at that time. It argues that twenty-five years later practitioners within different subfields tell very different histories of anthropology; a moment that is seminal in one telling may be coincidental in another.

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