anthropography


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anthropography

[‚an·thrə′päg·rə·fē]
(anthropology)
A branch of anthropology that deals with the geographic distribution of divisions of humans based on physical character, language, customs, and institutions. Also known as cultural geography; human geography.
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Algunos de estos estudios para el caso del Caribe, Estados Unidos y Mesoamerica son: Ercilio Vento Canosa, "Antropofagia en aborigenes de Cuba / Anthropography in Cuban aborigines", Revista medica electron; 27:3 (mayo-junio 2005): 36-45; Fernando Luna Calderon, "ADN mitocondrial taino en la Republica Dominicana", en KACIKE, Revista de la historia y antropologia de los indigenas del Caribe (2002), http://www.
Valentine Daniel, Charred Lullabies: Chapters in an Anthropography of Violence (Princeton, N.
Are they a variation of traditional medical case history; should they be grouped with simple autobiographies and biographies; or, more pointedly, do they deserve their own appellations, labels such as autography, anthropography, or autopathography?