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by Christopher Charles Harris

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Christopher Charles Harris
Social Sciences
Open University Press (1990)
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Taking a radically historical perspective that complements traditional cultural analyses, they demonstrate how blood and kinship have constantly been reconfigured in European culture. This volume challenges the idea that blood can be understood as a stable entity, and shows how concepts of blood and kinship moved in both parallel and divergent directions over the course of European history. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.