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As such, the varieties of desires for authenticity are often complex and paradoxical. It is a timely as well as systematic discussion of one of the crucial issues of our time.
Asanthropologist Charles Lindholm shows in this engaging new book, the hope for an authentic experience draws us to charismaticleaders, expressive artists, and social movements; it makes us intotrendy consumers, creative performers, and fanatical collectors.
Lindholm takes us on a tour of many kinds of authenticity from the really real country music to identifying the core of one’s ethnicity through DNA testing to the complexities of seeing through the veil of authenticity wuthenticity. The underlying message of this important book is that the reports of the death of the authentic in the post-modern world have been greatly exaggerated.
Araam Borhanian rated it really liked it Jun 04, It’ll have you reevaluate your identity and will simultaneously give lindhol an appreciation for the cultural complexities of the world. Shannon added it Jun 29, The University of Melbourne.
Culture and Authenticity
Culturs Anthropology of Authenticity. Summary “Authenticity is taken for granted as an absolute value in contemporary life. Examines the idea of authenticity and its role in modern culture Explores society’s preoccupation with authenticity and the search for ‘real’ experiences Looks at how the concept of authenticity intersects with questions about religion, ethnicity, and race Investigates authenticity in the context of fields such as dance, cuisine, travel, and the modern marketplace