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  Volume 7, 2011

Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction

pp. vii-viii

The Anthropological Society in Vienna and the Academic Establishment of Anthropology in Austria, 1870-1930

pp. 1-22

On the Soviet Ethnography of the Soviet Life: The Case of the "Village of Viriatino"

pp. 23-48

Establishing Anthropology and Maori Language (Studies), Auckland University College: The Appointment of Ralph Piddington, 1949

pp. 49-82

Myth and Music: The Musical Epigraphs to The Raw and the Cooked

pp. 83-90

Evolutionisms: Lewis Henry Morgan, Time, and the Question of Sociocultural Evolutionary Theory

pp. 91-126

Back to Boas

pp. 127-169

A Redirection in Neo-Evolutionism?: A Retrospective Examination of the Algonquian Family Hunting Territories Debates

pp. 170-190

Eric Wolf and the Structural Power of Theory

pp. 191-215

John White and the Invention of Anthropology: Landscape, Ethnography, and Situating the Other in Roanoke

pp. 216-245

George Byron Gordon and the Birth of a Colonialist Archaeology on the Southeastern Mesoamerican Frontier

pp. 246-264

The Loci, The Pathway, The Network: C. R. Carpenter and the Origins of Cognitive Field Research in Primatology

pp. 265-285


Anthropologists and the Rediscovery of America, 1886-1965 (review)

pp. 286-288

Anthropology and the Racial Politics of Culture (review)

pp. 288-290



p. 291

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