Fragments of Death, Fables of Identity: An Athenian Anthropography
Following the lives of men and women in the neighbourhoods of Athens, this study considers how individuals define their identity as Athenians, as members of a family, as subjects of a policy, and in death or mourning.
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FRAGMENTS OF COSMOS
FRAGMENTS OF THE SELF
FRAGMENTS OF MEMORY
Positions and Signs
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