Change and Development in Nomadic and Pastoral Societies

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John G. Galaty is Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at McGill University and serves as Secretary of the Commission on Nomadic Peoples of the I.U.A.E.S. he received his Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Chicago in 1977, after carrying out research among the Maasai pastoralists of Kenya. His primary interests are in the symbolic and ideological aspects of pastoral society and processes of change and development. Philip Carl Salzman is Professor of Anthropology at McGill University, and Chairman of the Commission on Nomadic Peoples of the I.U.AE.S. He received his Ph.D. degree in Anthropology from the University of Chicago in 1972. He has carried out research among the Baluch of Iran, and he is interested in political, ecological and ideological aspects of nomadic society.
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Preface Introduction,: Nomadic Pastoralists and Social Change — Processes and Perspectives, John G. Galaty The Pastoralist Development Problem, Harold K. Schneider Ecological Economic Factors in the Determination of Pastoral Specialization, Pierre Bonte Ethnic Transformation, Dependency and Change: The Iligira Samburu of Northern Kenya, Ander Hjort Land and Livestock among Kenyan Masai: Symbolic Perspectives on Pastoral Exchange, Change and Inequality, John G. Galaty Fulbe Continuity and Change Under Five Flags Atop West Africa: Territoriality, Ethnicity, Stratification and National Integration, Charles Frantz Nomadic Pastoral Society and the Market: the Penetration of the Sahel by Commercial Relations, André Bourgeot Bedouin and Social Change in Saudi Arabia, Donald P. Cole Pastoralism and Class Differntiation Among the Lakenkhel, Asen Balikci Afterward: On Some General Theoretical Issues, Philip Carl Salzman Contributors Index