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By: Caroline Humphrey and David Sneath
355 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs, maps
Refers not only to the possible demise of a way of life, but also to the fact that the very category of nomadism has ceased to be useful analytically. The authors provide a powerful argument that mobility and district-level management is still necessary if pastoralism is to be successful and sustainable in the steppe environment.
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