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On Tue, 31 Oct 1995 Pablo.Canano@BBS.BIOHARD.COM.BR wrote:
> Hi ...
> my names is Pablo Canano, and I study history at Universidade do
> Estado do Rio De Janeiro, my main object are the guys who traveled
> around the world in ninety sentury, my theorical aproach is Edwar W.
> Said, who had written many books about what he call the Orientalism.
> I'd Like to Know if somebody, has already read some of his books, as
> Culture and Imperialism, so we can discuss abou him. Or some other
> hug's Canano
> ps. sorry about my english :)
my name is edwin rocabado and I am a graduate student in
anthropology at san francisco state university, in california (U.S.).
edward said has contributed a lot to the field of anthropology. I am
not a close student of his work but I am familiar with it and even more
so with his thesis on orientalism and the social construct of "other".
What specific intrist do you have? I am curios as to what history
students find most valuable in Said's work.