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New History of Anthropology

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416 pages
A New History of Anthropology collects original writings from pre-eminent scholars to create a sophisticated but accessible guide to the development of the field.


  • Re-examines the history of anthropology through the lens of the new globalized world
  • Provides a comprehensive history of the discipline, from its prehistory in the ‘age of exploration’ through to anthropology’s current condition and its relationship with other disciplines
  • Places ideas and practices within the context of their time and place of origin
  • Looks at anthropology’s role in colonization, early traditions in the field, and topical issues from various periods in the field’s history, and examines its relationship to other disciplines
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Contents
List of Illustrations Notes on Contributors Introduction Henrika Kuklick 1 Anthropology Before Anthropology Harry Liebersohn
Part I: Major Traditions 2 North American Traditions in Anthropology: The Historiographic Baseline Regna Darnell 3 The British Tradition Henrika Kuklick 4 Traditions in the German Language H. Glenn Penny
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The Metamorphosis of Ethnology in France, 1839–1930 Emmanuelle Sibeud
Part II: Early Obsessions 6 The Spiritual Dimension Ivan Strenski
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The Empire in Empiricism: The Polemics of Color Barbara Saunders
8 Anthropology and the Classics Robert Ackerman
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Part III: Neglected Pasts 9 Anthropology on the Periphery: The Early Schools of Nordic Anthropology Christer Lindberg
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Colonial Commerce and Anthropological Knowledge: Dutch Ethnographic Museums in the European Context Donna C. Mehos
Political Fieldwork, Ethnographic Exile, and State Theory: Peasant Socialism and Anthropology in Late-Nineteenth-Century Russia Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov
Using the Past to Serve the Peasant: Chinese Archaeology and the Making of a Historical Science Hilary A. Smith
Part IV: Biology 13 The Anthropology of Race Across the Darwinian Revolution Thomas F. Glick
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Race Across the Physical–Cultural Divide in American Anthropology Jonathan Marks
Temporality as Artifact in Paleo anthropology: How New Ideas of Race, Brutality, Molecular Drift, and the Powers of Time Have Affected Conceptions of Human Origins Robert N. Proctor
Part V: New Directions and Perspectives 16 Women in the Field in the Twentieth Century: Revolution, Involution, Devolution? Lyn Schumaker
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Visual Anthropology Anna Grimshaw
Anthropological Regionalism Rena Lederman
Applied Anthropology Merrill Singer
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