In the company of man; twenty portraits by anthropologists.


New York, Harper [1960] .

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Subjects Cultureel antropologen.
Ethnology.
Description 540 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Contents A Polynesian aristocrat (Tikopia) / Raymond Firth -- Petrus Mailo, chief of Moen (Truk) / Thomas Gladwin -- Durmugam, a Nangionmeri (Australia) / W.E.H. Stanner -- Maling, a HanunoĢo girl from the Philippines: a day in Parina / Harold C. Conklin -- A New Guinea "opening man" / James B. Watson -- Weaver of the border (New Britain) / Margaret Mead -- The form and substance of status: a Javanese-American relationship / Cora Du Bois -- Surat Singh, head judge (India) / John T. Hitchcock -- A reformer of his people (South India) / David G. Mandelbaum -- The Omda (Baggara Arabs, Sudan) / Ian Cunnison -- Muchona the hornet, interpreter of religion (Northern Rhodesia) / Victor W. Turner -- My "boy" Muntu (Ruanda-Urundi) / Ethel M. Albert -- The frightened witch (Nigeria) / Laura Bohannan -- Champukwi of the village of the Tapirs (Brazil) / Charles Wagley -- Ohnainewk, Eskimo hunter / Edmund Carpenter -- My Crow interpreter / Robert H. Lowie -- A Navaho politician / Clyde Kluckhohn -- John Mink, Ojibwa informant / Joseph B. Casagrande -- A Pueblo G.I. / John Adair -- A Seminole medicine maker / William C. Sturtevant.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1053899
(OCoLC)ocm01053899
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Casagrande, Joseph B. 1915-1982,
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