Skip to main content
clickable transparency Dartmouth College Library
 

GN - Anthropology acquired during November 2016

This news is available via an RSS feed RSS feed.

GC | GB | GA | GF | GR | GT | G | GN | GV


Pioneers of the field : South Africa's women anthropologists
Bank, Andrew, author
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Introduction: Rethinking the canon -- Feminizing the foundational narrative: the collaborative anthropology of Winifred Tucker Hoernle (1885-1960) -- An adopted daughter: Christianity and anthropology in the life and work of Monica Hunter Wilson (1908-1982) -- Anthropology and Jewish identity: The urban fieldwork and ethnographies of Ellen Hellmann (1908-1982) -- 'A genius for friendship': Audrey Richards at Wits, 1938-1940 -- Historical ethnography and ethnographic fiction: The South African writings of Hilda Beemer Kuper (1911-1992) -- Feminising the discipline: the long career of Eileen Jensen Krige (1904-1995) -- Conclusion: A humanist legacy.

Focusing on the crucial contributions of women researchers, Andrew Bank demonstrates that the modern school of social anthropology in South Africa was uniquely female-dominated. The book traces the personal and intellectual histories of six remarkable women through the use of a rich cocktail of new archival sources, including family photographs, private and professional correspondence, field-notes and field diaries, published and other public writings and even love letters. The book also sheds new light on the close connections between their personal lives, their academic work and their anti-segregationist and anti-apartheid politics. It will be welcomed by anthropologists, historians and students in African studies interested in the development of social anthropology in twentieth-century Africa, as well as by students and researchers in the field of gender studies.
Baker Berry GN20 .B34 2016

Maritime transport containers in the Bronze-Iron Age Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean
edited by Stella Demesticha and A. Bernard Knapp
Uppsala : Åströms förlag, 2016
Baker Berry GN799.P6 M37 2016

Yiwarra kuju : the Canning Stock Route
National Museum of Australia
Canberra : National Museum of Australia Press, 2010
The Aboriginal people of Australias Western Desert lived in their homelands for thousands of years. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the expansion of the Western Australian mining and pastoral industries led to the surveying of a track along which cattle could be driven from Kimberley stations to markets in the south.
Baker Berry GN667.W5 Y59 2010

Ökonomische Menschen : literarische Wirtschaftsanthropologie des 19. Jahrhunderts
Bauer, Manuel, Dr
Göttingen : V&R unipress, [2016]
Baker Berry GN448 .B374 2016

Nadie nos puede arrebatar nuestro conocimiento ... : proceso de legalización de las medicinas indígenas tradicionales en México y Bolivia
Campos Navarro, Roberto, author
México, D.F. : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Programa Universitario de Estudios de la Diversidad Cultural y la Interculturalidad, 2015
Baker Berry GN296.5.M6 C36 2015

Trends in biological anthropology
monograph series editor, Tina Jakob (Durham University)
Oxford ; Oxbow Books, 2015-
Baker Berry GN49 .T74

Dividing the reservation : Alice C. Fletcher's Nez Perce allotment diaries and letters 1889-1892
Fletcher, Alice C. 1838-1923, author
Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Press, 2016
Introduction: Alice C. Fletcher in the field -- Part I. Theory meets practice: diary and correspondence, 1889 -- Part II. An ethnologist in paradise: diary and correspondence, 1890 -- Part II. "The nearest to hell I can imagine": diary and correspondence, 1891 -- Part IV. Unfinished business: diary and correspondence, 1892 -- Afterword: "No more gov't work".
Baker Berry GN21.F54 A3 2016

War magic : religion, sorcery, and performance
edited by D.S. Farrer
New York : Berghahn Books, 2016
Cross-cultural articulations of war magic and warrior religion / D.S. Farrer -- Tangki war magic : the virtuality of spirit warfare and the actuality of peace / Margaret Chan -- Javanese Kanuragan ritual initiation : a means to socialize by acquiring invulnerability, authority, and spiritual improvement / Jean-Marc de Grave -- Discourse of decline : local perspectives on magic in highland Jambi, Indonesia / J. David Neidel -- Encompassing empowerment in ritual, war, and assassination : tantric principles in Tamil Tiger instrumentalities / Michael Roberts -- Shamanic battleground : magic, sorcery, and warrior shamanism in Venezuela / Zeljko Jokić -- Chants of re-enchantment : Chamorro spiritual resistance to colonial domination / D.S. Farrer and James D. Sellmann -- War magic and just war in Indian tantric Buddhism / Iain Sinclair.
Baker Berry GN497 .W284 2016

El mundo latinoamericano como representación, siglos XIX-XX
Pilar García Jordán (ed.)
Barcelona : Universitat de Barcelona, Publicacions i Edicions ; [2015]
Baker Berry GN564.L29 M86 2015

This page was dynamically generated on 3-Dec-2016 using data collected at the end of November 2016.