Anthro2October 24

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October 24, 2007 Register online for Yanomami project Letters due November 9 th Evaluation of letters due November 16th 1) Margaret Mead a. Most famous anthropologist of the 20 th century b. Important bridge between discussions of fieldwork and upcoming discussions of anthropological perspective i. Ethnographic evident in text 1. Important part of story. Not just what anthropologists learn but also how they learn it a. Ex: Rosaldo c. Fieldwork in Samoa, Bali, New Guinea d. 9 month research in 3 villages on Manu’a islands in Eastern (now American) Samoa in 1925 2) Coming of Age in Samoa a. 1928 b. Won national and international acclaim c. Most sold and read book of anthropology ever d. Most famous and recognizable anthropologist i. Her ability to translate to American audience ii. Popular academic iii. Wrote regularly on contemporary social issues in US iv. Wrote in “Redbook” v. No one like her today. e.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ANTH 2 taught by Professor Hindes during the Fall '08 term at UCSB.

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