Claiming History

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We seek a teacher/scholar specializing in the study of Africa; sub-specializations of interest include anthropology of religion, urban anthropology, media, critical development studies, medical/global health, nationalism and ethnicity, and linguistic anthropology. The areas where Eastern Baluchi dialects are spoken (the north-eastern areas of Pakistani Baluchistan, Punjab and Sindh) are in many ways less developed, especially when it comes to education, which accounts for why it is little used in the written form.

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Publisher: Columbia University Press; 8051st edition (January 1, 1999)

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