DRIVING THE SAMBURU BRIDE: FIELDWORK AMONG THE CATTLE KEEPERS IN KENYA - SIGNED BY AUTHOR DIANE C. PERLOV
Perlov, Diane C.. Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 1992. First Edition. 8vo, 214 pages, illustrated in b&w nd color.. Pictorial Wrappers. Anthropology Monograph. As New.. 1-4786-4561-X
"Driving the Samburu Bride" is a vivid account of a young anthropologist working in northern Kenya, revealing insights into the Samburu culture and the culture of doing anthropology. With engaging irony and a storyteller’s gift, the author takes the reader through the frustrating, productive, and occasionally euphoric stages of fieldwork. Along the way, Perlov connects theory and practice, and recounts the evolution of her Samburu friendships, forged over decades, including the discovery of her unwitting impact on Samburu girls. A brand new, most handsome example additionally SIGNED by Los Angeles-based author Diane C. Perlov in ink on the title page.
Inventory Number: I00210622b