David B. Kronenfeld

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A Companion to Cognitive Anthropology

Topical publications: David Kronenfeld - A Companion to Cognitive Anthropology - A Companion to Cognitive Anthropology

David B. Kronenfeld (Editor), Giovanni Bennardo (Editor), Victor C. de Munck (Editor), Michael D. Fischer (Editor)

Home pages:       Department: http://www.anthropology.ucr.edu/people/kronenfeld/index.html --- david.kronenfeld@ucr.edu 
Personal:         http://pages.sbcglobal.net/david-judy/david.html
Society for Anthropological Sciences:    http://anthrosciences.org/index
e-copy of kinterm typology article:      http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/1150
e-copy of recent paper on cultural models:       http://repositories.cdlib.org/hcs/WorkingPapers/DBK2005
e-copy of article on formal rules and cognition:         http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.langsci.2005.06.001
                                  or as typescript http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/1721
Virtual anthropology

June 8 2017 Collaboration for “A Companion to Cross-Cultural Anthropology

On 6/7/2017 1:55 PM, Doug White wrote:       Dave, did you get this?
Hi !  Yes, I got it, but haven't had time to look at or think about anything.  Have been wrestling with checking galleys and creating an index for my new book on culture from a cognitive perspective.
When I get free, I will think.  But, at the moment, it is hard for me to imagine anything I could write that might pertain to cross-cultural studies--even though I am interested in and supportive of such !
Anyway, for now....                Best,            david
Subject: 	Collaboration for “A Companion to Cross-Cultural Anthropology”
Date: 	Tue, 6 Jun 2017 15:15:04 -0700
From: 	Doug White <drwhite@uci.edu>
To: 	David Kronenfeld <david.kronenfeld@ucr.edu>, M.D.Fischer@kent.ac.uk, Victor C. deMunck <demunck@newpaltz.edu>, Giovanni Bennardo <bennardo@niu.edu>

June 8 2017 Collaboration for “A Companion to Cross-Cultural Anthropology

I’ve been working on a proposal for Wiley (Joe White), “A Companion to Cross-Cultural Anthropology.” Could be edited by us five (Fischer, de Munck, Kronenfeld, White, and Bennardo, in any order), as with Wiley’s Cog-Anthro. A good part of the work is done. Initial chapters are tentative for roughly 28+ chapters, drafted & needing editing; Dave not yet an author so can choose his contribution. Introduction still needs revision by us as editors. Parts are tentatively edited for a Preface, Intro; most of the sections in the outline attached have been initially submitted by authors. Main sections are separated into: I History of Cross-Cultural Anthropology, II Theory and Datasets, III Method, IV Religion and Prosocialities, V Social Networks, and VI Overview. Final Conclusion and/or Afterword needed. Open for further suggestions. I can send the current author drafts to match the chapters, as yet a couple of rounds of edits by the authors and a few further edits by me.

The five of us could wrap it up with additional editing or overlaps among our editors. I can enclose tentative chapters/sections/papers initially or the whole batch all at once, let me know which you prefer.

Kronenfeld - White on Kinship and Cognition

2008. Culture, Society, and Cognition; Collective Goals, Values, Action, and Knowledge 278 pages. Hardcover. RRP Euro [D] 98.00 / for USA, Canada, Mexico US$ 157.00. * ISBN 978-3-11-020607-4 Series: Mouton Series in Pragmatics. This book covers Kronenfeld's approach to understanding culture as a system of distributed cognition and his exploration of what "cultural models" might be and what role they might play in the wider system of culture. The approach involves a kind of "pragmatics" perspective. The URL is http://www.degruyter.de/cont/fb/sp/detailEn.cfm?id=IS-9783110206074-1 - - - David B. Kronenfeld