Primitive heritage : an anthropological anthology / edited, with an introduction, by Margaret Mead and Nicolas Calas.

; Calas, Nicolas, editor
New York : Random House, 1953.

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Other Authors Calas, Nicolas,
Subjects Anthropology.
Homme primitif.
Primitive societies.
Description xxx, 592 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1953.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 589-592).
Contents The restoration of wonder / Margaret Mead -- The world as stage / Nicolas Calas -- Part 1. Anthropology in antiquity -- The Egyptians and their cats / Herodotus -- Cambyses and the defeated king / Herodotus -- Troglodytes / Strabo -- German tribes: public and private life / Tacitus -- Part 2. The mythical past -- The first societies / Jean Jacques Rousseau (1726) -- The gens, its simplicity / Friedrich Engels (1884) -- Blood and cruelty as the foundation of all good things / Friedrich Nietzsche (1887) -- The totemic feast / Sigmund Freud (1913) -- The jealous father and couvade / Theodor Reik (1919) -- Part 3. Theoretical approaches -- The undifferentiated character of primitive society / Ernest Crawley (1902) -- The individuality of the primitive / Robert Randolph Marrett (1911) -- What the natives think of pictures, names and dreams / Lucien Levy-Bruhl (1910) -- Animism / Edward B. Tylor (1871) -- Being and value in primitive society / Dorothy Lee (1949) -- Blood brotherhood / Henry Clay Trumbull (1885) -- Interpretation of the sacrificial ceremony / Henri Pierre Eugene Hubert and Marcel Mauss (1899) -- Eating in privacy / Ernest Crawley (1902) -- The unconscious patterning of behavior in society / Edward Sapir (1927) -- Configurations of culture / Ruth Benedict (1932) -- Part 4. The scene -- Last night at Teyma / Charles M. Doughty (1888) -- The Australian scene / D.H. Lawrence (1923) -- The beauty of the Congo huts / André Gide (1927) -- The dead city of Bida / Siegfried Ferdinand Nadel (1942) -- Description of Australian cave paintings / George Grey (1841) -- Bush telegraph / Tom Harrison (1937) -- Sailing on the sea-arm of Pilolu / Bronislaw Malinowski (1922) -- Part 5. Children -- Childbirth ceremonies of the Sia Pueblo / Matilda Stevenson (1904) -- Precautions during pregnancy in New Giuana / Walter E. Roth (1915) -- Childhood trauma in Australia / Geza Roheim (1932) -- A bathing baby / Herman Melville (1846) -- Early influences that mould the Arapesh personality / Margaret Mead (1935) -- The bush Negro family / Melville J. and Frances S. Herskovits -- The children's meals, the children's evening party, secret language of children / Dudley Kidd (1906) -- Part 6. Puberty -- Initiatory ordeals / Baldwin Spencer and Frances Jones Gillen (1899) -- Shasta puberty ceremonies for girls / Roland B. Dixon (1907) -- Initiation ceremonies of the Kiwai Papuans / Gunnar Landtman (1927) -- The naven ceremony in New Guinea / Gregory Bateson (1936) -- The two-sex dormitories of the Muria / Verrier Elwin (1947) -- The mischievous society of boys / James R. Murie (1914) -- Graded associations and secret societies / Arthur Bernard Deacon (1934) -- Part 7. Marriage -- Arapaho marriage / Arthur L. Kroeber (1904) -- Cheyenne marriage / George Bird Grinnell (1932) -- Betrothal by mother-in-law / R.F. Fortune (1932) -- A marriage in Borneo / Charles Hose (1926) -- Marriage classes: diagrammed / Alfred Reginald Radcliffe-Brown (1931) -- Part 8. Art, thought, and sport -- A non-religious individual / Paul Radin (1927) -- Zuni breadstuff / Frank Hamilton (1920) -- Psychology of the Pueblo potter / Ruth L. Bunzel (1929) -- The Hebridean as artist / Tom Harrisson (1937) -- Launching a canoe / Broislaw Malinowski (1922) -- Rat-shooting / William Mariner (1817) -- A Choctaw ball game / George Catlin (1844) -- Sermons by natives converted to Christianity / Henri Junod (1912) -- A native account of the meeting with La Perouse / G.T. Emmons (1911) -- Part 9. The daily round -- Complimentary robbery among the Maori / Frederick Edward Maning (1876) -- A typical day / Herman Melville (1846) -- Iroquois hospitality / Lewis H. Morgan (1851) -- Business methods of the Piegans / Alexander Henry (1897) -- A day in Samoa / Margaret Mead (1928) -- The Yurok salmon fisherman / Erik H. Erikson (1950) -- The character of the Nuer / Edward Evans Evans-Pritchard (1940) -- Part 10. Ceremony and economics -- The potlatch / Franz Boas (1897) -- Ceremonial bundles / Clark Wissler (1912) -- A ride with the Apaches on a visit to the Zuñis / Herbert C. Dorr (1877) -- The Kula / Bronislaw Malinowski (1922) -- Pig-giving at funerals / Arthur Bernard Deacon (1934) -- Part 11. Religious experience -- The initiation of a diviner / Henry Callaway (1870) -- How to become a sorcerer / R.F. Fortune (1932) -- Consultation of the oracle / William Mariner (1817) -- Mana / Robert Henry Codrington (1891) -- First symptoms of a shamanistic calling and training of the shaman / Waldemar Bogoras (1904) -- Running lamas / Alexandra David-Neel (1932) -- An Indian messiah / James Mooney (1892) -- Part 12. Extreme changes in the body image and in interpersonal relations -- The invert as shaman / Waldemar Bogoras (1904) -- Mohave homosexuality / George Devereux -- The society of contraries / George Bird Grinnell (1923) -- Displacing the soul, bringing a corpse to life / Alexandra David-Neel (1932) -- Self-mutilation / Alexander Henry (1897) -- Abolishing words / Martin Dobrizhoffer (1784) -- Abnormal types of speech in Nootka / Edward Sapir (1915) -- Speaking to tigers but not to bears / S.M. Shirokogoroff (1935) -- Part 13. Feasts and sacrifices -- Confession to a Mexican god / Bernardino de Sahagun -- Aztec human sacrifices / Bernardino de Sahagun -- The taboo groves / Herman Melville (1846) -- The dog sacrifice of the Senecas / Samuel Crowell (1877) -- Dahomeyan sacrifice of the bull / Geoffrey Gorer (1935) -- The goddess of lust / Maya Deren (1953) -- Part 14. War and peacemaking -- Killing and eating one's enemy in sixteenth-century Brazil / Hans Staden (1625) -- Hiroquois cruelty / Father Paul Lejeune (1633) -- Hiroquois cruelty / Father Barthelemy Vimont (1642) -- A Pawnie war party / James R. Murie (1914) -- Causes of war in Australia / W. Lloyd Warner (1937) -- The conduct of Oronn warfare / Percy Amaury Talbot (1923) -- The head trophy of the Jibaro Indians / Rafael Karsten (1923) -- The Iroquois faith in treaties / Lewis H. Morgan (1851) -- Andaman peacemaking / Alfred Reginald Radcliffe-Brown (1922) -- Part 15. Death -- On the confines of life and death / Martin Dobrizhoffer (1784) -- Killing the old mother / Father Paul le Jeune (1633) -- Burying the mother alive in a snow house / Peter Freuchen (1931) -- Funeral ceremonies in Australia / Lorimer Fison and A.W. Howitt (1880) -- The death and burial of a Sudanese king / Charles Kingsley Meek (1931) -- Human beings killed to invigorate the king / John Roscoe (1911) -- The sacrifice of a child / William Mariner (1817) -- The funeral of the king's daughter and the death of the king / William Mariner -- A ghost lodge for the dead child / Alice C. Fletcher (1884) -- Part 16. Immortality -- People who have two souls / Laura Watson Benedict (1916) -- The reincarnated son / George Grey (1841) -- That the sun may rise again / Motolinia -- Re-creation / Margaret Mead (1952).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)423892
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WorldCat Identities Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978.
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