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Author Omidian, Patricia A

Title When bamboo bloom : an anthropologist in Taliban's Afghanistan / Patricia A. Omidian
Published Long Grove, IL : Waveland Press, Inc., ©2011

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Description 1 online resource (xi, 123 pages)
Series Anthropology online
Contents Kabul: a Taliban summer -- Hazarajat -- Herat -- Hospitality is not safe -- Programs: applying anthropology -- Evacuation -- Conclusion: dilemmas of fieldwork
Summary "When Bamboo Bloom is a medical anthropologist's highly personal ethnographic chronicle of time spent as an aid worker and community outreach trainer in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. While managing to avoid notice by the Taliban herself, Patricia Omidian, an outsider but one who speaks a local language, exposes the searing realities of scarce access to education and health care alongside limited resources and personal loss in Kabul, Hazarajat, and Herat."--Original back cover
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 123)
Notes This edition in English
Subject Omidian, Patricia A
Omidian, Patricia A.
Taliban.
Taliban.
Medical anthropology -- Afghanistan
Women anthropologists -- Afghanistan -- Biography
Women anthropologists -- United States -- Biography
Manners and customs.
Medical anthropology.
Social conditions.
Travel.
Women anthropologists.
Afghanistan -- History -- 1989-2001.
Afghanistan -- Social conditions -- 20th century
Afghanistan -- Social life and customs -- 20th century
Hazarajat (Afghanistan) -- Description and travel
Herat (Afghanistan) -- Description and travel
Afghanistan.
Afghanistan -- Hazarajat.
Afghanistan -- Herat.
United States.
Genre/Form Biographies.
History.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2011381832
ISBN 9781577667001
157766700X
Other Titles Anthropologist in Taliban's Afghanistan