Fairfax, Virginia (June 27, 2018) – ENODO Advisory Board Member Dr. Montgomery McFate has published her latest book, Military Anthropology: Soldiers, Scholars and Subjects at the Margins of Empire, in which she examines the use of anthropology in foreign involvement in military conflicts across the globe.
Ranging from the British colonial era in Africa to the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Military Anthropology illustrates the conceptual, cultural and practical barriers encountered by military organizations operating in societies vastly different from their own.
It tells the story of anthropologists who worked directly for the military, such as Ursula Graham Bower, the only woman to hold a de facto British combat command during WWII.
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