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Trade and Contemporary Society along the Silk Road


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Introduction Part 1: Settings 1. Beyond the Roof of the World 2. Recognizing the Terrain Part 2: Historical Trade and Social Networks 3. The Family Business 4. Social Strategies for Profit 5. Living in a Material World 6. The Demise of Trade Part 3: The Modern Ethnographic Context 7. Ethnographic Encounters 8. The Memory and Legacy of Trade 9. Conclusion

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Jacqueline H. Fewkes is an Assistant Professor at the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College, Florida Atlantic University. Her research interests are in the anthropological study of cultural change, historical transnational networks, and globalization. She has recently begun a new project in the Maldives.

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