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Coming of age in Chicago : the 1893 world's fair and the coalescence of American anthropology / edited by Curtis M. Hinsley, David R. Wilcox.

Contributor(s): Hinsley, Curtis M [editor.] | Wilcox, David R, 1944- [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2016Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780803284470; 0803284470; 9780803284494; 0803284497.Subject(s): Anthropology -- United States -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Coming of age in ChicagoDDC classification: 301.0973 Other classification: SOC002010 | HIS036040 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Tables; Introduction; Abbreviations; Essay 1. Anthropology as Education and Entertainment; Document A. Franz Boas, "Ethnology at the Exposition"; Document B. Frederic Ward Putnam, "The Columbus Memorial Museum"; Document C. "Man and His Works"; Essay 2. Ambiguous Legacy; Appendix; Document D. William Henry Holmes, "The World's Fair Congress of Anthropology"; Document E. Excerpts from the Diary of Frank Hamilton Cushing at the World's Fair; Document F. Monthly Report of Mr. Frank Hamilton Cushing
Document G. The Pueblos at HomeA Visual Interlude; Essay 4. Refracting Images; Essay 5. Relic Hunters in the White City; Document H. Cushing's Analysis of the Hazzard Cliff Dweller Collection; Document I. The Ancient Man; Essay 6. Patrons, Popularizers, and Professionals; Document J. Warren King Moorehead, "The Ancient Man: The Anthropological Exhibit at the World's Fair"; Essay 7. Going National; Appendix; Document K. Daniel Garrison Brinton, "The Aims of Anthropology"; Document L. Franz Boas, "The Limitations of the Comparative Method of Anthropology"; Afterword; Acknowledgments
Summary: "Collection of scholarly essays and primary documents exploring the significance of the 1893 World's Fair and the history of American anthropology"-- Provided by publisher.
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"Collection of scholarly essays and primary documents exploring the significance of the 1893 World's Fair and the history of American anthropology"-- Provided by publisher.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Intro; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Tables; Introduction; Abbreviations; Essay 1. Anthropology as Education and Entertainment; Document A. Franz Boas, "Ethnology at the Exposition"; Document B. Frederic Ward Putnam, "The Columbus Memorial Museum"; Document C. "Man and His Works"; Essay 2. Ambiguous Legacy; Appendix; Document D. William Henry Holmes, "The World's Fair Congress of Anthropology"; Document E. Excerpts from the Diary of Frank Hamilton Cushing at the World's Fair; Document F. Monthly Report of Mr. Frank Hamilton Cushing

Document G. The Pueblos at HomeA Visual Interlude; Essay 4. Refracting Images; Essay 5. Relic Hunters in the White City; Document H. Cushing's Analysis of the Hazzard Cliff Dweller Collection; Document I. The Ancient Man; Essay 6. Patrons, Popularizers, and Professionals; Document J. Warren King Moorehead, "The Ancient Man: The Anthropological Exhibit at the World's Fair"; Essay 7. Going National; Appendix; Document K. Daniel Garrison Brinton, "The Aims of Anthropology"; Document L. Franz Boas, "The Limitations of the Comparative Method of Anthropology"; Afterword; Acknowledgments

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Curtis M. Hinsley is Regents' Professor Emeritus of History and Comparative Cultural Studies at Northern Arizona University. He is the coauthor (with David R. Wilcox) of The Lost Itinerary of Frank Hamilton Cushing and The Southwest in the American Imagination: The Writings of Sylvester Baxter, 1881-1889 . David R. Wilcox is the former head of the anthropology department at the Museum of Northern Arizona and continues to be an adjunct professor at Northern Arizona University. He is the coeditor of Zuni Origins: Toward a New Synthesis of Southwestern Archaeology .

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