Disruptive voices and the singularity of histories

Auteur(s) : Darnell, Regna (Éd.)
Gleach, Frederic W. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xiii-367 p. : schémas, photos en noir et blanc ; 23 cm. Collection: Histories of anthropology annual ; vol. 13. Publication : Lincoln (Neb.) : University of Nebraska Press, 2019.Cote : G.5318Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres.
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Editors’ Introduction / Darnell, Regna and Gleach, Frederic W. --

Totalitarian critique: Fabian and the history of primitive anthropology / Delgado Rosa, Frederico --

Ich Bin Jüdischer Abstammung (I am of Jewish lineage): the conflicted Jewish identity of the anthropologist Franz Boas / Lindenburger, Sharon --

A document in an unexpected place: John P. Harrington and the Stevenson scrapbook / Parezo, Nancy J. --

Diasporas of and by design: exploring the unholy alliance between museums and the diffusion of Navajo (Diné) textile designs / M’Closkey, Kathy --

Mock rituals, sham battles, and real research: anthropologists and the ethnographic study of the Bontoc Igorot in 1900s "Igorrote Villages" / Weibel, Deana L. --

Indigenous studies in Argentina: anthropology, history, and ethnohistory from the 1980s / Salomon Tarquini, Claudia --

Fieldwork predecessors and indigenous communities in native North America / Bashkow, Ira --

No object without its story: Franz Boas, George Hunt, and the creation of a native material anthropology / Jacknis, Ira --

Encounters in Ontario: acts of ethnographic search and rescue / Bruchac, Margaret M. --

The Boas plan: a view from the margins / Schwartz, Saul --

Look once more at the old things: Ruth Underhill’s O’odham text collections / Morgan, Mindy --

Rereading Deloria: against workshops, for communities / Braun, Sebastian F. --

"Let’s do better this time": Vine Deloria Jr.’s ongoing engagement with anthropology / Hancock, Robert L. A.

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