Do Zizek have a great influence on Slovenian anthropology?
Well, why don't we just pick up and actually (re-)read the literature which was declassified by "subjectivists" as "the evil"? As I frequently had the questionable pleasure of meeting anthropologists who did mainly criticize these "evil" cultural materialist/evolutionist/positivist/etc. theories on a very emotional basis I guess that would help us quite a lot in answering at least some of your questions... ;-)
What happend in the 1980s was a reaction against something. I think now the time is ripe to develop an equation containing both parts of this theoretical conflict.
Most anthropologists will probably react against these ideas and argue that theories from the natural sciences do not apply to the social sciences. This to me sets up an unnecessary dichotomy. I would rather ground a postsubjective anthropology in an ontology that is realist/materialist like complexity theory rather than base it on social essentialism.