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Disruptive voices and the singularity of histories / edited by Regna Darnell and Frederic W. Gleach

Contributor(s): Darnell, Regna [editor] | Gleach, Frederic W. (Frederic Wright), 1960- [editor]Material type: TextTextSeries: Histories of anthropology annual: volume 13Publisher: Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2019Description: 367pISBN: 9781496217691; 9781496218384; 1496218388Subject(s): Anthropology -- History | EthnologyDDC classification: 306.09 LOC classification: GN17 | .D57 2019
Contents:
Regna Darnell and Frederic W. Gleach. -- Totalitarian critique : Fabian and the history of primitive anthropology / Frederico Delgado Rosa -- Ich bin J�udischer Abstammung = (I Am of Jewish Lineage) : the conflicted Jewish identity of the anthrpologist Franz Boas -- A document in an unexpected place : John P. Harrington and the Stevenson scrapbook / Nancy J. Parezo -- Diasporas of and by design : exploring the unholy aliance between museums and the difussion of Navajo (Din�e) textile designs / Kathy M'Closkey -- Mock rituals, sham battles, and real research : anthropologists and the ethnographic study of the Bontoc Igorot in 1900s "Igorrote villages" / Deana L. Weibel -- Indigenous studies in Argentina : anthropology, history, and ethnohistory from the 1980s / Claudia Salomon Tarquini -- Fieldwork predecessors and indigenous communities in native North America / Ira Bashkow -- No object without its story : Frank Boas, George Hunt, and the creation of a native material anthropology / Ira Jacknis -- Encounters in Ontario : acts of ethnographic search and rescue / Margaret M. Bruchac -- The Boas plan : a view from the margins / Saul Schwartz -- Look once more at the old things : Ruth Underhill's O'odham text collections / Mindy Morgan -- Rereading Deloria : against workshops, for communities / Sebastian F. Braun -- "Let's do better this time" : Vine Deloria Jr.'s ongoing engagement with anthropology / Robert L.A. Hancock. --
Summary: "Histories of Anthropology Annual presents diverse perspectives on the discipline's history within a global context, with a goal of increasing awareness and use of historical approaches in teaching, learning, and conducting anthropology. The series includes critical, comparative, analytical, and narrative studies involving all aspects and subfields of anthropology."--Back coverSummary: Volume 13 explores the interplay of identities and scholarship through the history of anthropology, with a special section examining fieldwork predecessors and indigenous communities in Native North America. Individual contributions explore the complexity of women's history, indigenous history, national traditions, and oral histories to juxtapose what we understand of the past with its present continuities. Because this work bridges anthropology and history, a richer and more varied view of the past emerges through the meticulous narratives of anthropologists and their unique fieldwork, ultimately providing competing points of access to social dynamics. This volume examines events at both macro and micro levels, documenting the impact large-scale historical events have had on particular individuals and challenging the uniqueness of a single interpretation of "the same facts."--Back cover
List(s) this item appears in: New Arrivals - 2021
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List of illustrations -- Editors' introduction / Regna Darnell and Frederic W. Gleach. -- 1. Totalitarian critique : Fabian and the history of primitive anthropology / Frederico Delgado Rosa -- 2. Ich bin J�udischer Abstammung = (I Am of Jewish Lineage) : the conflicted Jewish identity of the anthrpologist Franz Boas -- 3. A document in an unexpected place : John P. Harrington and the Stevenson scrapbook / Nancy J. Parezo -- 4. Diasporas of and by design : exploring the unholy aliance between museums and the difussion of Navajo (Din�e) textile designs / Kathy M'Closkey -- 5. Mock rituals, sham battles, and real research : anthropologists and the ethnographic study of the Bontoc Igorot in 1900s "Igorrote villages" / Deana L. Weibel -- 6. Indigenous studies in Argentina : anthropology, history, and ethnohistory from the 1980s / Claudia Salomon Tarquini -- 7. Fieldwork predecessors and indigenous communities in native North America / Ira Bashkow -- 8. No object without its story : Frank Boas, George Hunt, and the creation of a native material anthropology / Ira Jacknis -- 9. Encounters in Ontario : acts of ethnographic search and rescue / Margaret M. Bruchac -- 10. The Boas plan : a view from the margins / Saul Schwartz -- 11. Look once more at the old things : Ruth Underhill's O'odham text collections / Mindy Morgan -- 12. Rereading Deloria : against workshops, for communities / Sebastian F. Braun -- 13. "Let's do better this time" : Vine Deloria Jr.'s ongoing engagement with anthropology / Robert L.A. Hancock. -- Contributors

"Histories of Anthropology Annual presents diverse perspectives on the discipline's history within a global context, with a goal of increasing awareness and use of historical approaches in teaching, learning, and conducting anthropology. The series includes critical, comparative, analytical, and narrative studies involving all aspects and subfields of anthropology."--Back cover

Volume 13 explores the interplay of identities and scholarship through the history of anthropology, with a special section examining fieldwork predecessors and indigenous communities in Native North America. Individual contributions explore the complexity of women's history, indigenous history, national traditions, and oral histories to juxtapose what we understand of the past with its present continuities. Because this work bridges anthropology and history, a richer and more varied view of the past emerges through the meticulous narratives of anthropologists and their unique fieldwork, ultimately providing competing points of access to social dynamics. This volume examines events at both macro and micro levels, documenting the impact large-scale historical events have had on particular individuals and challenging the uniqueness of a single interpretation of "the same facts."--Back cover

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