By Regna Darnell (Editor), Frederic W. Gleach (Editor)
Histories of Anthropology Annual offers diversified views at the discipline's background inside an international context. severe, comparative, analytical, and narrative reports related to all points and subfields of anthropology are incorporated, besides reports and shorter articles. quantity 2 good points telling exams of the careers and legacies of anthropologists Walter Kaudern, Reo Fortune, and Diamond Jenness. different issues comprise the heritage of Iroquoian learn, the increase of the recent Archaeology within the Sixties, the 1904 Louisiana buy Exposition, Soviet anthropology within the Twenties and Nineteen Thirties, the emergence of the self-discipline in smooth Argentina, and the connection among departmental traditions and society in North the United States.
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Cuadernos de Antropología Social 2(2):108–15. Hidalgo, Cecilia. 1997–98. Antropología y mundo contemporáneo: El surgimiento de la antropología de la ciencia. Relaciones de la Sociedad Argentina de Antropología 22– 23:71–100. Guber and Visacovsky 29 Jauretche, Arturo. 1958. Los profetas del odio. Buenos Aires: Peña Lillo. ———. 1959. Política nacional y revisionismo histórico. Buenos Aires: Peña Lillo. , and José A. Pérez Gollán. 2002. Religion, Politics, and Prehistory: Reassessing the Lingering Legacy of Oswald Menghin.
Redes, Revista de Estudios Sociales de la Ciencia 4(10):213–57. Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes. , and Rosana Guber, eds. 2002. Historia y estilos de trabajo de campo en Argentina. Buenos Aires: Editorial Antropofagia. 32 The Birth of Ciencias Antropológicas 2. ’’ A commentary accompanying it contained the following passage: The empiricist school of ethnography, headed by Boas and other American scholars, is, on the one hand, an apolitical one. . On the other hand, it prefers to retain its [political] liberalism.
45. ’’ To Bormida the opposition applied within the national territory (Schippers 1995). 46. , Bormida and Siffredi 1969–70:199–200). 47. ‘‘It is to the beneﬁt of the Nation and the State, to the indio and to the white man with whom he lives, that we initiate once and for all a rational policy with regard to the aborigines of the Chaco which breaks the cultural walls which separate them. It is intolerable that in our time the Indian and white communities should preserve within the country a racial and social discrimination which the basic law of the Nation repudiates and good sense condemns’’ (Resolución No.
Histories of Anthropology Annual, Volume 2 (Histories of Anthropology Annual) by Regna Darnell (Editor), Frederic W. Gleach (Editor)