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  Volume 4, 2008

Table of Contents


Editors' Introduction

pp. vii-viii

Networking Ohio Valley Archaeology in the 1880s: The Social Dynamics of Peabody and Smithsonian Centralization

pp. 1-33

Institutional Autonomy and Its Consequences: The Middle American Research Institute at Tulane University

pp. 34-57

Exploring the Decline and Revival of Anti-Racism

pp. 58-76

John Dos Passos and Anthropology

pp. 77-82

"This Piece of Authentic Work Many a Novice Has Failed to Get": Critiquing Anthropological Knowledge in the Montana Writers' Project

pp. 83-105

Frederick Johnson's Canadian Ethnology in the Americanist Tradition

pp. 106-134

Iroquoian and Iroquoianist: Anthropologists and the Haudenosaunee at Grand River

pp. 135-171

Julian Steward, American Anthropology, and Colonialism

pp. 172-204

Salubrious Khartoum: Building a Colonial City, 1899–1912

pp. 205-219

On the Locations of Korean War and Cold War Anthropology

pp. 220-259



p. 260

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