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Historicizing theories, identities, and nations

Auteur(s) : Darnell, Regna (Éd.)
Gleach, Frederic W. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xii-283 p. ; 23 cm. Collection : Histories of anthropology annual ; n° 11 Publication : Lincoln : University of Nebraska press, 2017.Cote : G.5146Note : Réf. dissém. 
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Editors’ introduction --

Franz Boas as theorist: a mentalist paradigm for the study of mind, body, environment, and culture / Darnell, Regna --

“We are also one in our concept of freedom”: the Dewey-Boas correspondence and the invention of postmodern bourgeois liberalism / Harkin, Michael E. --

What would Franz Boas have thought about 9/11? / Harkin, Michael E. --

Boas and the young intellectuals: exploring the American context of anthropology and modern life / Dinwoodie, David W. --

Ruth Benedict: synergy, Maslow, and Hitler / Salamone, Frank A. --

Continuity and dislocations: A. I. Hallowell’s physical anthropology / Nyce, James M. and Bowers, Evelyn J. --

An epistemological shift in the history of anthropology: the linguistic turn / Ulin, Robert C. --

Westermarck and the diverse roots of relativism / Lyons, Andrew P. --

Heritage gatherers: peasant-mania ethnography and pre-world War I national awakeners of Ukraine / Glinskii, Olga --

Adopting Western methods to understand one’s own culture: social and cultural studies by Vietnamese scholars of the French colonial era / Nguyen, Phuong Ngoc ; Tammik, Helene (Trad.) --

Life in Hanoi in the state subsidy period: questions raised in social criticism and social reminiscences / Nguyen, Van Huy --

Between ethnos and nation: genealogies of dân tộc in Vietnamese contexts / Davis, Bradley Camp --

Arthur Nole (1940–2015): Tahltan Elder, raconteur, and friend / McIlwraith, Thomas.

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