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Academia without Contention? The Legacy of Czechoslovak Ethnography and Folklore Studies in Czech Anthropology
Czech Sociological Review
One issue of the post-socialist transformation of Czech higher education has been the many attempts to establish an independent discipline of sociocultural anthropology. As many observers noted, the establishment of a fully-fledged Czech anthropology after the collapse of communism in 1989 proved to be a rather difficult task. Many accounts offered various explanations for the uneasy state of emerging Czech anthropology, but none of them focused on the specific academic practices thatdoi:10.13060/00380288.2018.54.3.410 fatcat:5hdhqftdmrc77e6xwnx7gslc5m