LEADING SCHOLARS IN ANTHROPOLOGY OF WAR AND PEACE

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LEADING SCHOLARS IN ANTHROPOLOGY OF WAR AND PEACE Historical Franz Boas 1858-1942 (WWI, WWII, pacifism) Bronislaw Malinowski 1884-1942 (war in general, WWII) Margaret Mead 1901-1978 (war in general, applied anthropology during WWII) Ashley Montagu (aggression and territoriality, nature vs. nurture) Primatology/Ethology Robert Ardrey (hunting hypothesis, innate aggression, territoriality) Richard W. Wrangham/Harvard University (chimpanzees and origins of warfare) wrangham@fas.harvard.edu Michael Ghiglieri (chimpanzees and origins of warfare) Jane Goodall (chimpanzees and origins of warfare) Frans de Waal/Emory University, Atlanta, GA (conflict resolution in nonhuman primates) Archaeology/Prehistory Lawrence Keeley/University of Illinois @ Chicago (archaeology and prehistory of warfare, Europe) lkeeley@uic.edu Arthur A. Demarest (archaeology and prehistory of Mesoamerica, Mayan warfare), arthur.a.demarest@vanderbilt.edu Steven LeBlanc/University of California, Los Angeles (archaeology and prehistory of warfare in the American Southwest) Cross-Cultural Studies/Ethnology Harry Turney-High (cultural evolution of military and warfare)
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