I'm just getting back to this site after a while. Hope your year went well. Yes, that sounds great to me. EH and Edward H. Spicer are the same person. So he wrote the article I cited. Let me know if there's anything I can…"
I am looking for an anthropologist who may be interested in a piece focused on Enduring Peoples. Some of Edward H. Spicer's last writings were published in Boundary 2, Volume 19, Number 3 by Duke University Press in an article titled: Nations of a State. This article will be the premise behind completing the publication Dr. Spicer planned to write titled Enduring Peoples; or Ten Against the State telling the stories of ten different peoples who endured through oppressive nation-states namely…See More
"I am looking for an anthropologist who may be interested in a piece focused on Enduring Peoples. Some of Edward H. Spicer's last writings were published in Boundary 2, Volume 19, Number 3 by Duke University Press in an article titled: Nations…"
Sounds good, I agree about the contemporary title. How about something like "Historical Figures in Anthropology"?
PS- thanks for the clarification. I speak Spanish de Mexico, which is obviously different…"
Thank you for your response and your suggestion. I like the idea of a discussion similar to this, however I'm not so keen on the title. I think it would be better to call it "contemporary figures." I do not feel as…"
I just joined this group, so haven't had a chance to read all of these threads. However, I want to bring your attention to the work of Edward H. Spicer. For those of you who know him, you will know that he did a great deal to…"
Edward H. Spicer was one of the founders of SfAA who paved the way for the growth and recognition of applied anthropology. Here's a link to his most recent bio, followed by a portion of this publication.http://www.nap.edu/readingroom.php?book=biomems&page=espicer.htmlEDITING AND OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTSDespite the heavy load of teaching, research, and service to the profession that kept him busy during the…See More
Historians of Anthropology and anthropologists interested in the forerunners and builders of the discipline are invited to share all kinds of ideas, questions and projects. Edward Tylor is the patron of this group.
There are many anthropology journals. Unfortunately, not all of them are read or heard of equally! This is a group for posting call-for-papers for all known and unknown journals, promoting the OAC's spirit of international cooperation.