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PBHS Anthropologists

NAQT Anthropologists

Franz Boas Prof at Columbia Univ.; trained Mead, Benedict, Hurston; often called founder of modern anthropology
Boas Studied Inuits on Baffin Island and Kwakwaka wakw on Vancouver Island;
Boas His "The Mind of Primitive Man" includes a gift-giving ceremony called "potlatch"
Margaret Mead "Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive Societies" studies in New Guinea
Mead studied young girls on the island of Ta'u; "Coming of Age in Samoa"
Ruth Benedict Colleague of Mead; "Patterns in Culture"
Benedict described Japanese culture requested by U.S. Gov. in WWII in "The Chrysanthemum and the Sword"
Bronislaw Malinowski Polish-born; "Argonauts of the Western Pacific" and the use of magic in agriculture in "Coral Gardens and Their Magic"
Malinowski opposed Sigmund Freud in "Sex and Repression in Savage Society"
Franz Boas (born in Germany) Called the Father of American Anthropology
Created by: gkarlish