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Van Gennep was followed (and preceded) by many others, from Germaine Tillion to Pierre Bourdieu. [...] Algeria, and especially Kabylia, functioned as a crucible for the emergence of the discipline of anthropology and its various branches in the French tradition, as well as for the sociology of Islam.
Village Matters: Knowledge, Politics, and Community in Kabylia, Algeria Julia Clancy-Smith The International Journal of African Historical Studies; 2010; 43, 1; Docs
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