Anth290_2009-09-23__Kung

Anth290_2009-09-23__Kung - The Ju/hoansi!Kung the Marshall...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/11/10 The Ju/’hoansi (!Kung), the Marshall Family and Incorporation of South African Foragers into the Anthropological Canon
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7/11/10 I. Certain Hunter-gatherers Were Important in Anthropological Thought A. “The Eskimo” – Inuit of the Canadian North 1. Important work of Franz Boas 2. Robert J. Flaherty’s Nanook of the North
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7/11/10 B. The Aborigines of the Western Desert of Australia 66853 SPENCER THE NATIVE TRIBES OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA. London, Macmillan, 1899. 671pp. 8vo. Click here to order
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7/11/10 In the 1950s and 1960s the addition of the Bushmen or San of Southern Africa to the list of foraging peoples well described in the literature changed our views of this level of cultural evolution. There were two important contributors to our awareness of the San, both of whom worked with the Ju/’hoansi or !Kung. These were: The Marshall Family and Richard B. Lee
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7/11/10 Who are the San or Bushmen? Racially distinct
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