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  Volume 6, 2010

Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction

pp. vii-viii
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Evolution of the Anthropologies of the South: Contributions of Three Mexican Anthropologists in the Latter Half of the Twentieth Century

pp. 1-17
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National and Transnational Anthropology: The Canadian Exemplar

pp. 18-30
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The Canadian Anthropological Tradition and Land Claims

pp. 31-47
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Dividing Oceania: Transnational Anthropology, 1928-30

pp. 48-65
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"The Truth in Anthropology Does Not Travel First Class": Reo Fortune's Fateful Encounter with Margaret Mead

pp. 66-128
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The Political Thought of Sol Tax: The Principles of Non-Assimilation and Self-Government in Action Anthropology

pp. 129-170
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When Destiny Takes a Turn for the Worse: William Henry Holmes and, Incidentally, Franz Boas in Chicago, 1892-97

pp. 171-224
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Anthropology and Politics, the Beginnings: The Relations between Franz Boas and Paul Rivet (1919-42)

pp. 225-252
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Contributors

p. 253
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Research Areas

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