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  Volume 2, 2006

Table of Contents

From: Histories of Anthropology Annual

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Editors Introduction

Editors' Introduction

pp. vii-viii

1. The Birth of Ciencias Antropológicas at the University of Buenos Aires, 1955–1965

pp. 1-32

2. "My Old Friend in a Dead-end of Empiricism and Skepticism": Bogoras, Boas, and the Politics of Soviet Anthropology of the Late 1920s–Early 1930s

pp. 33-68

3. Taking Ethnological Training outside the Classroom: The 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition as Field School

pp. 69-102

4. Presentist History as a Means to Overturn Qualified Authority: A (False) Warrant for a New Archaeology in the 1960s and 1970s

pp. 103-122

5. "Pigs for Dance Songs": Reo Fortune's Empathetic Ethnography of the Arapesh Roads

pp. 123-154

6. Diamond Jenness's Arctic Ethnography and the Potential for a Canadian Anthropology

pp. 155-211

7. Reflections on Departmental Traditions and Social Cohesion in American Anthropology

pp. 212-241

8. Anthropology, Theory, and Research in Iroquois Studies, 1980–1990: Reflections from a Disability Studies Perspective

pp. 242-263

9. A Swedish Ethnographer in Sulawesi: Walter Kaudern

pp. 264-272

10. Culture and Personality In Henry's Backyard: Boasian War Allegories in Children's Science Writ Large Stories

pp. 273-283

List of Contributors

List of Contributors

pp. 285-286

Research Areas


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