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by Lois Banner,Nancy Lutkehaus,Margaret Mead

Author: Lois Banner,Nancy Lutkehaus,Margaret Mead
Subcategory: Specific Groups
Language: English
Publisher: Columbia University Press; 30th anniversary edition (November 2, 2005)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Biographies
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Margaret Mead was one of the most influential anthropologists of the twentieth century. She was the author of Coming of Age in Samoa, among other works. Lois Banner is professor of history and gender studies at the University of Southern California.

Margaret Mead was one of the most influential anthropologists of the twentieth century. Her works include Intertwined Lives: Margaret Mead, Ruth Benedict, and Their Circle. Nancy Lutkehaus is an associate professor of anthropology and chair of the Gender Studies Program at the University of Southern California

Margaret Mead-a friend, colleague, and onetime lover of Ruth her writings, private life, and professional . Columbia Classics in Anthropology.

Margaret Mead-a friend, colleague, and onetime lover of Ruth her writings, private life, and professional accomplishments and offers a deeply insightful portrait of one of the most compelling figures in twentieth-century American intellectual life. In this classic work, Mead defends and illuminates Benedict's groundbreaking humanistic approach to anthropology and her most important works. Mead also presents Benedict's work in the context of her personal struggles.

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Columbia Classics in Anthropology. Foreword by. Lois w. Banner,Nancy C. Lutkehaus. Nancy Lutkehaus is an associate professor of anthropology and chair of the Gender Studies Program at the University of Southern California. She is author of Zaria's Fire: Engendered Moments in Manam Ethnography, Papua New Guinea, as well as work about Margaret Mead. Country of Publication.

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By weaving discussions of the personal and professional writings of Ruth Benedict, Margaret Mead presents the anthropologist's work in the context of her life and times. Mead also defends Benedict's humanistic approach to anthropology as she considers considers her most important works. Columbia University Press.

By weaving discussions of the personal and professional writings of Ruth Benedict, Margaret Mead presents the anthropologist's work in the context of her life and times. Mead also defends Benedict's humanistic approach to anthropology as she considers considers her most important works. In addition to a selection of Benedict's anthropological writings, this edition includes new forewords by two leading Benedict scholars.