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243 Index Aberle, David, 37 Aberle, Sophie D., 62, 110 abortifacients, 174 acculturation, 35 Albers, Patricia, 8 ałoí (Weaver) (Navajo), 153 American Anthropological Association, 45, 55 Àngulo, Jaime de, 85 anthropology. See also ethnographers; American School, 25–28; biological determinism, 127–28, 143–44; configurational studies, 32–33; cultural evolution, 24–29, 33, 52–53; cultural relativism, 21–24, 143–44, 165; culture, 31–37, 79–80; essentialist arguments, 127–28; European School, 25–28; field work, 24, 28–30; folklore work, 45, 58; Functionalists, 26, 35–36; history of, 7–9; idiographic methodology, 31; and modernism, 1–2; participantobserver method, 99–102, 109; and psychology, 31–33, 37; in the Southwest, 21, 38–39; women professionals, 14–15, 41–48, 72, 100–101, 183 Antonia, Maria (Navajo), 94, 101, 120–21 Apache Indians, 36, 78, 177, 185 Apollonian culture, 79–80 assimilation, 94–96, 175–76 Babcock, Barbara A., 14–15 Barnard University, Department of Social Sciences, 46, 51, 88–89 basic personality, 32 Basso, Keith H., 8 Bataille, Gretchen, 11 Beals, Ralph, 34, 68 Benedict, Ruth Fulton: her biographical work, 75–76; and Boas, 107; her career path, 45–46, 72–77, 183; her depression, 74, 81– 82; her family, 73; her feminism, 71, 75, 77, 84; her field work, 78, 84; and grants, 90; her informants, 82–84; and man-woman role, 145– 49; her marriage, 74–75, 77; and Mead, 80–81, 148–49; and Parsons, 69–70, 77; and primitivism, 167; her publications, 36, 78–79; and Reichard, 88–89; and Sapir, 148; her sexuality, 5–6, 148–49; her students, 85–86; and Underhill, 112 244 INDEX Bennett, Wendell C., 38 berdache, 139, 159. See also man-woman Bieder, Robert E., 8 biological determinism, 127–28, 143–44 birth control, 53, 168–75 Blue Eyes Manuscript (Goddard), 93–94 Boas, Franz: and Benedict, 107; and cultural relativism, 24–29; his education, 26–27; and field work, 24, 28–30; and functionalist theory, 35–36; and psychology, 31–33, 37; and Reichard, 87–89, 98; his students, 29, 33, 35, 41–43, 47, 185 Bunzel, Ruth, 42, 46, 99–101 Bureau of Indian Affairs, 47, 91, 109–10 Caddo Indians, 57 Cahita Indians, 58 childrearing practices, 38 Chiwiwi, Maria (Isleta Pueblo), 171 Chona, María (Papago): internal contradictions, 7, 126–32; and male authority, 111–12; and man-woman role, 155–57; and primitivism, 176–81; as protofeminist, 120–21, 131–32; and Shining Evening, 152–54; and Underhill, 107–9, 114–18 Clews, Henry, 49 Cochiti Pueblo, 78, 82, 83 Cocopa Indians, 33 Collier, John, 110–11 Columbia University Anthropology Department: and Benedict, 72, 86, 88–89; and Boas, 22, 23–24; graduate program, 29; its female students, 39–40, 45–46; and Parsons, 51; and Underhill, 106 configurational studies, 32–33 conquest in the West: and Chona (Papago), 177–81; and Dezba (Navajo), 94–96, 175–76; and man-woman role, 150–52, 158; and primitivism, 163–64, 176–77; and sexuality, 17–19 Cott, Nancy, 3 Crawford, Charles, 105 Crawford, James, 62 cross-gender traditions. See manwoman Crow Wing (Hopi-Tewa), 56 cultural evolution, 24–29, 33, 52–53 cultural relativism, 21–24, 143–44, 165 culture, 31–37, 79–80 Davis, Katherine Bement, 144 Debo, Angie, 41–42 Dennis, Wayne, 38 Densmore, Frances, 47 Devereaux, George, 38 Dezba, Woman of the Desert (Reichard), 94–96, 150–52, 175–76. See also Antonia, Maria (Navajo) Dickinson, Robert Latou, 144 Diffusionists, 26, 33 Dionysian culture, 79–80 divorce, 77, 105, 111–12, 128 Dobu Islanders, 79 dreams, 37–38 Eggan, Dorothy, 37 Eggan, Fred, 36 Ellis, Havelock, 152 environment, 35, 168–75 essentialist arguments, 127–28 ethnographers. See also anthropology; women; autobiographical research, 13–14; competition, 15; configurational studies, 32–33; and essentialist arguments, 127– 28; as feminists, 40–43, 183–84; and man-woman role, 5–6, 139, 160–62; and patriarchy, 2–3, 4, 9; and psychology, 31–33, 37; published omissions, 7, 10–11, 117–18, 157–59, 172–75; and race, 29–30; salvage ethnography, 22, 28, 42–43, 165 245 INDEX Evening, Shining (Papago), 152–57 executive women, 4, 108–9, 120, 132–37. See also gender identity The Family (Parsons), 51–53 Fauset, Arthur Huff, 58 feminism. See also women; and Benedict, 71, 75, 77, 84; and biological determinism, 143–44; changes in, 40–43, 183–84; defining, 2–3; and essentialist arguments, 127–28; and gender identity, 5, 122–23, 141...

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9780826338709
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2011-07-21
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