Volume 3, 2007

Table of Contents

From: Histories of Anthropology Annual

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Editors' Introduction

pp. vii-viii
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I. Leslie A. White and the Socio-Politics of War

pp. 1-21
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2. Significant Form: Sapir's Phonemic Poetics

pp. 22-37
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3. William Fielding Ogburn's Fostering of Sol Tax's Explorations of Small-Scale Mercantile Capitalism in Highland Guatemala

pp. 38-50
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4. Stephen Leacock: The Not-So-Funny Story of His Evolutionary Ethnology and Canada's First Peoples

pp. 51-69
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5. J. N. B. Hewitt

pp. 70-98
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6. Cushing at Cornell: The Early Years of a Pioneering Anthropologist

pp. 99-120
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7. The American School and Scientific Racism in Early American Anthropology

pp. 121-147
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8. Missing Ancestors and Missing Narratives

pp. 148-166
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9. Anténor Firmin, Nineteenth-Century Pioneeering Anthropologist: His Influence on Anthropology in North America and the Caribbean

pp. 167-183
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10. Salvaging the Delaware Big House Ceremony: The History and Legacy of Frank Speck's Collaboration with the Oklahoma Delaware

pp. 184-198
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11. Applying Anthropology in the Interest of the State: John Collier, the Indian Office, and the Bureau of Sociological Research

pp. 199-221
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12. Minorities in American Anthropology: A Personal View

pp. 222-246
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Contributors

Contributors

p. 247
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