Foreword 1. Culture 2. Language 3. How Did Languaculture Take Off So Fast? 4. Why Did It Stop Working? 5. The Hybrids 6. Social Perspective-Taking 7. SPT in Living Color References Index About the Author
Michael Agar received his undergraduate degree from Stanford and his Ph.D. in linguistic anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley. An honorary Woodrow Wilson Fellow, NIH Career Award recipient, and former Fulbright Senior Specialist, he taught at several universities and worked at a number of research institutes over his lifetime. He was named professor emeritus of linguistics and anthropology at the University of Maryland in 1996. For the last decade, until his death in 2017, he worked independently as Ethknoworks, LLC, in Northern New Mexico.
Culture: How to Make It Work in a World of Hybrids is pure Mike: great writing, fact-filled and informative, thoughtful and thought-provoking, delightfully irreverent ... I only wish Mike was here so that I could say this to his face. -- H. Russell Bernard, University of Florida, Director of the Institute of Social Science Research at the University of Arizona