Essays presented to C. G. Seligman, edited by E. E. Evans-Pritchard, Raymond Firth, Bronislaw Malinowski and Isaac Schapera.
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Evans-Pritchard, E. E. 1902-1973.
Firth, Raymond William, 1901-
Malinowski, Bronislaw, 1884-1942.
Seligman, C. G. (Charles Gabriel), 1873-1940.
ix, 385 p. front. (port.) illus. (incl. maps, facsim.) XIX pl. on 17 ., diagrs. 26 cm.
Ibo law, by C. K. Meek.--The Roman plebs and the creation of its tribunes, by J. L. Myers.--Anthropological approach to ethnogenics, by George Pitt-Rivers.--Hausa poetry, by R. S. Rattray.--Mother-right among the central Bantu, by Audrey I. Richards.--The study of character development and the ontogenetic theory of culture, by Géza Róheim.--Oral sorcery among the natives of Bechuaniand, by I. Schapera.--The part of the unconscious in social heritage, by Brenda Z. Seligman.--Indigenous education in Africa, by E. W. Smith.--Some Chinese characteristics in the light of the Chinese family, by L. K. Tao.--Adventures of a tribe in New Guinea (the Tjimundo) by Richard Thurnwald.
The blood-feud among some Berbers of Morocco, by Edward Westermarck.--The Valiala madness in retrospect, by F. E. Williams.
"A bibliography of Charles Gabriel Seligman from 1896 to 1934": p. 381-385.
The tandu industry in northern Nigeria and its affinities elsewhere, by Henry Balfour.--Psychanalyse et ethnographie, by Marie Bonaparte.--Hebe cross-cousin marriage, by G. G. Brown.--Modern survivals of the Sumerian chatelaine, by L. C. G. Clarke.--Zande therapeutics, by E. E. Evans-Pritchard.--The meaning of dreams in Tikopia, by Raymond Firth.--Freudian mechanisms in primitive Negro psychology, by M. J. Herskovits.--Decadence in India, by A. M. Hocart.--The anthropological value of the skull, by Aleš Hrdiiǒka.--The origins of sacrifice as illustrated by a primitive people, by Gunnar Landtman.--The journey of the dead, by John Layard.--The sequence of stone age cultures in East Africa, by L. S. B. Leakey.--Spears with two or more heads, particularly in Africa, by K. C. Lindblom.--Religious ideas and practices of the Eurasiatic and North American areas, by R. H. Lowie.--Stone implements in eastern New Guinea, by Bronislaw Malinowski.--Food rites, by R. R. Marret.
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