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Culture, Ethnicity, and Justice in the South: The Southern Anthropological Society, 1968-1971 (Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings)

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ISBN 10: 0817314482 / ISBN 13: 9780817314484
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Title: Culture, Ethnicity, and Justice in the South...

Publisher: University Alabama Press

Publication Date: 2005

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st Edition.

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An important anthology putting the leading topics in Southern anthropology in the context of the 1960s.

Proceedings of the Southern Anthropological Society:

No. 1, Essays on Medical Anthropology (1968), edited by Thomas Weaver, with contributions by Frank J. Essene, Thomas Weaver, Charles Hudson, Helen Phillips, Hazel Hitson Weidman, Dorothea C. Leighton, Nora F. Cline, Peter Goethals, Berton H. Kaplan, Alice H. Murphree, John G. Peck, and Gianna Hochstein

No. 2, Urban Anthropology: Research Perspectives and Strategies (1968, edited by Elizabeth M. Eddy, with contributions by Charles Hudson, Elizabeth M. Eddy, Conrad M. Arensberg, Charles H. Fairbanks, H. W. Hutchinson, Anthony Leeds, Hans C. Buechler, Brian M. de Toit, Emilio Willems, Michael D. Olien, and John Gulick

No. 3, Concepts and Assumptions in Contemporary Anthropology (1969), edited by Stephen A. Tyler, with contributions by Charles Hudson, Stephen A. Tyler, Eric R. Wolf, Ann Fischer, E. Pendleton Banks, Munro S. Edmonson, Francis E. Johnston, William G. Haag, Arden R. King, and Jan Brukman

No. 4, The Not So Solid South: Anthropological Studies in a Regional Subculture (1971), edited by J. Kenneth Morland, with contributions by Charles Hudson, J. Kenneth Morland, Helen Phillips Keber, Jared Harper, Edward E. Knipe, Helen M. Lewis, Milton B. Newton Jr., Ronald J. Duncan, John Gordon, H. Eugene Hodges, William L. Partridge, Max E. Stanton, Robert Sayers, James L. Peacock, and Christopher Crocker

No. 5, Red, White, and Black: Symposium on Indians in the Old South (1971), edited by Charles M. Hudson, with contributions by Charles Hudson, Louis De Vorsey Jr., William S. Pollitzer, Mary R. Haas, David J. Hally, Charles H. Fairbanks, F. N. Boney, Joseph L. Brent III, William S. Willis Jr., John H. Peterson Jr., and Charles Crowe.

Originally distributed by the University of Georgia Press, are all combined herein with a historical overview in the new introduction by Miles Richardson and with a new index to the complete anthology.

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An important anthology putting the leading topics in Southern anthropology in the context of the 1960s. Proceedings of the Southern Anthropological Society No. 1, Essays on Medical Anthropology (1968); No. 2, Urban Anthropology: Research Perspectives and Strategies (1968); No. 3, Concepts and Assumptions in Contemporary Anthropology (1969); No. 4, The Not So Solid South: Anthropological Studies in a Regional Subculture (1971); and No. 5, Red, White, and Black: Symposium on Indians in the Old South (1971), originally distributed by the University of Georgia Press, are all combined herein with a historical overview in the new introduction and with a new index to the complete anthology. "The first five volumes of the SAS Proceedings show that we had nerve, with essays on two new areas of anthropology, at that time, as well as a survey of current theoretical thought. We also had substance, with papers on many of the socio-cultural nooks and crannies of the South. Where else, for example, can you find intelligent instruction on how to escape through a swamp, throwing the sheriff and his hounds off your trail?"--Charles Hudson, University of Georgia

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