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Ashley rated it it was amazing Feb 25, Lindholm provides an insightful, sweeping account of authenticity across time and space, in chapters that cover a wide range of topics, such as art, cuisine, ethnicity, citizenship, and religious fundamentalism. Table of contents Introduction.
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Culture and Authenticity
The Commodification of Authenticity. As such, the varieties of desires for authenticity are often complex and paradoxical.
We speak of authentic art, music, food, dance, and people. University of Queensland Library. Queensland University of Technology.
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Calling upon anthropological case studies from differentcultures, historical material, and comparative philosophy, heexplores how notions of authenticity develop, what forms it takes, and how it changes over time. Lindholm’s writing is accessible and engaging, so even readers outside of the social sciences can appreciate his informative and balanced approaches to many paradoxical attempts at rediscovery, revitalization, or preservation of treasured cultural products.
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