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Significant others [electronic resource] : interpersonal and professional commitments in anthropology / edited by Richard Handler.

Contributor(s): Handler, Richard, 1950-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: History of anthropology: v. 10.Publisher: Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, c2004Description: 1 online resource (viii, 297 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780299194734 (electronic bk.); 0299194736 (electronic bk.); 1282765892; 9781282765894.Subject(s): Ethnology -- Fieldwork | Anthropologists' spouses | Anthropologists -- Family relationships | Women anthropologists -- Family relationships | Interpersonal relations | Teacher-student relationships | Ethnology -- Authorship | Communication in ethnology | Ethnologie -- Recherche sur le terrain | Anthropologues -- Conjoints | Anthropologues -- Relations familiales | Femmes anthropologues -- Relations familiales | Relations humaines | Relations ma�itres-�el�eves | Ethnologie -- Art d'�ecrire | Communication en ethnologie | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- Cultural | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Cultural Policy | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Popular Culture | Antropologen | Partners | Interpersoonlijke relaties | Ethnologie | Feldforschung | Ethnologe | KommunikationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Significant others.DDC classification: 306 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
"The endless conversation": fieldwork, writing, and the marriage of Victor and Edith Turner / Matthew Engelke -- Inverting the camel's hump: Jorge Dias, his wife, their interpreter, and I / Harry G. West -- The director as significant other: Max Gluckman and team research at the Rhodes-Livingstone Institure / Lyn Schumaker -- Boasian cosmographic anthropology and the sociocentric component of mind / Michael Silverstein -- Jaime de Angulo and Alfred Kroeber: bohemians and bourgeois in Berkeley anthropology / Robert Brightman -- A.I. Hallowell's Boasian evolutionism: human ir/rationality in cross-cultural, evolutionary, and personal context / George W. Stocking, Jr. -- It was no "pink tea": gender and American antropology, 1885-1903 / Joy Elizabeth Rohde.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"The endless conversation": fieldwork, writing, and the marriage of Victor and Edith Turner / Matthew Engelke -- Inverting the camel's hump: Jorge Dias, his wife, their interpreter, and I / Harry G. West -- The director as significant other: Max Gluckman and team research at the Rhodes-Livingstone Institure / Lyn Schumaker -- Boasian cosmographic anthropology and the sociocentric component of mind / Michael Silverstein -- Jaime de Angulo and Alfred Kroeber: bohemians and bourgeois in Berkeley anthropology / Robert Brightman -- A.I. Hallowell's Boasian evolutionism: human ir/rationality in cross-cultural, evolutionary, and personal context / George W. Stocking, Jr. -- It was no "pink tea": gender and American antropology, 1885-1903 / Joy Elizabeth Rohde.

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