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AcknowledgmentsIntroduction1. Bourdieu's Point of View2. Education3. Insider/Outsider Ethnography in Algeria and France4. Habitus and Emotion5. Situated SubjectivitiesConclusionAppendix I. Remembering Pierre Bourdieu, 19302002Appendix II. Suggested ReadingsNotesBibliographyIndex
Pierre Bourdieu's work viewed within the context of his life and times
Deborah Reed-Danahay is Professor of Anthropology at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. She is author of Education and Identity in Rural France: The Politics of Schooling, editor of Auto/Ethnography: Rewriting the Self and the Social, and co-editor of Citizenship, Political Engagement, and Belonging. She lives in Buffalo, New York.
"n this fine study, Deborah Reed-Danahay invites us to revisit Bourdieu's oeuvre with an eye for often neglected aspects-his autoethnography, his treatment of emotions and personal narratives, the connections between his early work in the Bearn and in Algeria. Her analysis is refreshingly dispassionate and always thoughtful and well-informed." -Michele Lamont, Harvard University "This is an excellent introduction to the major themes that have made of Bourdieu an inescapable monument in late 20th-century social thought. Reed-Danahay makes an insightful contribution." -Herve Varenne, Teachers College, Columbia University