ANTHROPOLOGY OF HABITAT AND ARCHITECTURE (AHA)

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At 11:21pm on January 16, 2010, Igor Mello Diniz said…
I first got into this group to read the discussions, since I'm not an expert. Actually, in my undergraduation, never heard about an anthropology of architecture... at least not from anthropologists. I have friends who are architects and they updated me on a few things, which I find very interesting. There aren't many reflexions towards that direction in Brazilian Anthropology, or at least not being circulated, which makes it almost the same. I found a paper wrote on the 1940's relating class-position and number of sinks and bathroons on the construction of houses in southeartern Brazil, but that was as far as I went on reading brazilian case-studies outside the classicas descriptions of indian architecture and construction. Though my main interests in Anthropology are Anthropological Theory and Ritual Theory, I don't know much yet, but I might just start studying this area and work on it someday! :)
At 9:58pm on September 4, 2012, manalee nanavati said…

Thanks a lottttt for replying, sir! It was indeed a big deal for me to have a reply from u in my inbox!!! Thanks!:) I will go through all the readings and then will get back to you!

At 1:12pm on September 5, 2012, Raj Kumar Thawait said…

Dear sir,

thank you for your mail. Welcome for Manalee Nanavati. So nice of you specially for Lakshmi, an agrarian festival at Hatkatchora, near Jagdalpur, India. I am feeling satisfaction something. I was there with you. Highly honorable to followed by the perfect vision and views.

I would like to thank again and wish you all the best, definitely we will remain in contact. You can get in touch with me through Facebook also.

with regards

Raj Kumar Thawait

thawaitrajkumar@yahoo.co.in

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