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Functionalism Historicized
Essays on British Social Anthropology
Edited by George W. Stocking, Jr.

History of Anthropology (VOLUME TWO)
Richard Handler, Series Editor


“A promising and well-produced series. . . . these essays show how much of interest in the history of social anthropology would be lost if it were treated simply as a history of ideas.”
Times Literary Supplement

George W. Stocking, Jr.George W. Stocking, Jr. (1928–2013) was the Stein-Freiler Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus in the Department of Anthropology and the Committee on the Conceptual Foundations of Science at the University of Chicago. He was the author of many books, including Victorian Anthropology; After Tylor: British Social Anthropology, 1888–1951; and The Ethnographer’s Magic, and was the founder and long-time editor of the History of Anthropology series published by the University of Wisconsin Press. He was awarded the Huxley Medal of the Royal Anthropological Institute and the Franz Boas Award for Exemplary Service by the American Anthropological Association. His most recent book with the University of Wisconsin Press is Glimpses into My Own Black Box: An Exercise in Self-Deconstruction.

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October 1988

LC: 84-40160 GN
272 pp.  6 x 9   8 illus.

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“This volume is likely to prove indispensable to historians of anthropology in general and of British anthropology in particular. A wide range of historical skills are on display, from traditional textual analysis to historical sociology of the most sophisticated sort.”
—Robert A. Nye, Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences

 

   

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