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Franz Boas : the emergence of the anthropologist /
Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt.
imprint
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [2019]
description
xxi, 417 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1496215540, 9781496215543, 9781496217455, 9781496217462, 9781496217479
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imprint
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [2019]
isbn
1496215540
9781496215543
9781496217455
9781496217462
9781496217479
contents note
1. Ardently desired boy : young Boas and his family -- 2. Student life into its deepest depths : Boas at university -- 3. In heaven, in love, and separation : preparing for the Arctic voyage -- 4. Creating a future for us : to Baffin Land and back -- 5. Divided desires : pulled between New York and Germany -- 6. West to the Indians : Northwest Coast fieldwork, employment by science, and marriage -- 7. All our hopes come to such a disgrace : Boas at Clark University -- 8. The World's Columbian Exposition : Boas and Frederic Ward Putnam -- 9. Your orphan boy : struggling to find a place -- 10. The greatest undertaking of its kind : the Jesup North Pacific Expedition -- 11. Taking hold in New York : from the AMNH to Columbia University.
general note
First of two volumes. Volume 2 (forthcoming) subtitled: Shaping anthropology and working for social justice. (Series editors' introduction)
catalogue key
13002846
 
Includes bibliographical references (pages 331-394) and index.

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