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Product Description: Beyond Swat addresses Fredrik Barth's seminal work, Political Leadership Among Swat Pathans and its reception in relation to contemporary developments in Swat and the larger Afghanistan-Pakistan region. Swat is a Pakistani district located near the Afghan-Pakistan border...read more
By Hugh Beattie (contributor), David B. Edwards (contributor), Benjamin D. Hopkins (editor), Magnus Marsden (editor) and Mariam Abou Zahab (contributor)

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9780231703505 | Columbia Univ Pr, March 30, 2013, cover price $55.00 | About this edition: Beyond Swat addresses Fredrik Barth's seminal work, Political Leadership Among Swat Pathans and its reception in relation to contemporary developments in Swat and the larger Afghanistan-Pakistan region.

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Product Description: Written by anthropologists and historians with long-standing research experience in Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as expertise in one or more of the region's languages, each chapter explores varying yet interconnected dimensions of the region's culture, society and politics over a broad span of history and their relevance to wider debates about the dynamics shaping this and other comparable 'frontier' spaces...read more
By Benjamin D. Hopkins (editor) and Magnus Marsden (editor)

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9780199327775 | Oxford Univ Pr, December 25, 2012, cover price $55.00 | About this edition: Written by anthropologists and historians with long-standing research experience in Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as expertise in one or more of the region's languages, each chapter explores varying yet interconnected dimensions of the region's culture, society and politics over a broad span of history and their relevance to wider debates about the dynamics shaping this and other comparable 'frontier' spaces.

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