Robert Borofsky is Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Center for a Public Anthropology at the Hawai'i Pacific University, and Founding Editor for the California Series in Public Anthropology. He is author of An Anthropology of Anthropology: Is It Time to Shift Paradigms? (Center for a Public Anthropology, 2019).
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Where Have All the Comparisons Gone?
Comparison is basic to anthropology. It frames an understanding of ourselves and others. Yet anthropological comparison in the traditional sense—as involving tw... More
Where Have the Comparisons Gone? (Should We Blame the Grinch?)
Let me set out the facts of the mystery as I understand them. (Later, I will explain the reference to Dr. Seuss’s Grinch.)Comparison has been part of anthropolo... More