Volume 1, 2005

Table of Contents

From: Histories of Anthropology Annual

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Editors' Introduction

pp. vii-x
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1. Consistencies and Contradictions: Anthropological Anti-Imperialism and Frederick Starr's Letter to Baron Ishii

pp. 1-26
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2. The Carnegie Mission and Vision of Science: Institutional Contexts of Maya Archaeology and Espionage

pp. 27-60
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3. American Anthropologists Discover Peasants

pp. 61-98
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4. Anthropology, the Cold War, and Intellectual History

pp. 99-113
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5. Bernhard Stern and Leslie A. White on the Church and Religion

pp. 114-131
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6. The Evolution of Racism in Guatemala: Hegemony, Science, and Antihegemony

pp. 132-180
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7. Mark Hanna Watkins: African American Linguistic Anthropologist

pp. 181-218
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8. Jacob Ezra Thomas: Educator and Conservator of Iroquois Culture

pp. 219-245
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9. The Influence of Herbert Spencer on the World of Letters

pp. 246-270
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10. Trends in Image and Design: Reflections on 25 Years of a Tribal Museum Era

pp. 271-286
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List of Contributors

p. 287
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