At Home In The World: Globalization and the Peace Corps in Nepal

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Title:At Home In The World: Globalization and the Peace Corps in Nepal


Author:James F. Fisher

Publisher:Himal Books

Publish Year:2013

Edition:Reprinted Edition

Cover:Paper Back

Subject:Environment / Gardening | Anthropology/ Sociology | Nepal Anthropology | Nepal Fiction | Social Science | Development | Biography


Remarks:contains Frontispiece, Figure, Illus., Index, Appendices, Endnotes, Biblio., Acknowledgement


Size:140 x 215 mm


Price:USD 6.94

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  • A detailed first-hand account--and critical analysis--of the impact of the first contingent of American Peace Corps volunteers to live and work in Nepal, arriving in 1962 just following the King's seizure of absolute power and the tentative opening of the country to the outside world. The book not only explores the successes and failures of the volunteers in their efforts to have a positive effect on Nepalesedevelopment, but also the reverse effects of their transformative experience on the lives of the volunteers themselves. The narrative is further expanded as the author places the mission in the broader perspective of the globalization process that has so changed our world in the past 50 years."

    James F. Fisher

    James F. Fisher is Professor of Anthropology at Carleton College and the author of Trans-Himalayan Traders: Economy, Society, and Culture in Northwest Nepal (California, 1986).
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