Richard and Sally Price’s just-published book, Saamaka Dreaming (Duke University Press) looks back at their first years living among the Saamaka Maroons in Suriname in the late 1960s, reflecting on the evolution of their personal lives and careers, the development of their relationships with Saamakas, and changes in the field of anthropology.
“Richard and Sally Price’s elegiac account of their time living among the Saamakas of Suriname in the 1960s is wholly engrossing, and of the very highest narrative quality. I can see, smell, and feel everything they describe. The Prices have never been fresher or more readable as literature.”— George E. Marcus, coauthor of Designs for an Anthropology of the Contemporary.
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