Selection of post-1965 Ethnographies

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  • 56A Robert H. Layton. 2000. Anthropology and history in Franche Comté: a critique of social theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Fieldwork 1970, 1995: Rural France. Amazon: used from $109.99

Candidates: 1966-2010 ethnographies with no 1945-1965 SCCS representatives

  • --A? (Gwembe Tonga) Colson, Elizabeth. 1971b. The Social Consequences of Resettlement. Manchester. (drw)
--- 1979. In Good Years and Bad: Food Strategies of Self-Reliant Societies. Journal of Anthropological Research 35:18-29. (drw)
--- 1980. The Resilience of Matrilineality: Gwembe and Plateau Tonga Adaptations. The Versatility of Kinship, ed. Linda S. Corbell, pp. 359-374. New York: Academic Press. :GN487 V47
Scudder, Thayer. 1962. The Ecology of the Gwembe Tonga. Manchester. GN424 S3
--- 1984a. Economic Downturn and Community Unraveling: The Gwembe Tonga Revisited. In Culture and Agriculture, 18 (Newsletter of the Anthropology Study Group on Agrarian Systems).
--- 1985. A history of development in the twentieth century: The Zambian portion of the middle Zambezi valley and the Lake Kariba basin. Clark University and the Institute for Development Anthropology. (drw)
Scudder, Thayer, and Elizabeth Colson. 1979. Long Term Research in Gwembe Valley, Zambia. Long-Term Field Research in Social Anthropology, ed. G. M. Foster, E. Colson, T. Scudder, R. V. Kemper, pp. 227-254. New York. GN345 L66
--- 1991. Long-Term Research in Gwembe Valley, Zambia. Paper given at AAA for update of volume above. (drw) 1980. Secondary education and the formation of an elite: The impact of education on Gwembe District, Zambia. London. :LA1599 G87 S38
Colson, Elizabeth, and Thayer Scudder. 1988. For Prayer and Profit: The Ritual, Economic, and Social Importance of Beer in Gwembe District, Zambia, 1950-1982. Stanford: Stanford University Press. DT963.42 C65
  • 47A (Turkey) Douglas R. White & Ulla Johansen. 2006 Paper. Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems: Process Models of a Turkish Nomad Clan. Boston: Lexington Press. Owned by Doug 12:55, 17 July 2010 (PDT)
These are nomads, largely outside the state system, main choice (Turks 1950) are agriculturalists.
  • 59A (Punjab) Murray J. Leaf. 1972. Information and Behavior in a Sikh Village: Social Organization Reconsidered. Owned by Doug 12:02, 17 July 2010 (PDT)
Competes with Punjabi SCCS 59 (Indus Valley) represented by 1950 village of Mohla, but Leaf's group are Sikh.
Secondary: Leaf 1971, 1974, 1984, 2000, 2006.
Secondary: Izmerlian, Harry. 1979. The Politics of Passion: Structure and Strategy in Sikh Society. Columbia, Mo.: South Asia Books.
Nakarattar kin terms 31c. acci makal oZD
Caste and Capitalism in Colonial India"
Review of "Caste and Capitalism in Colonial India"
Merchant bankers
  • 8- (Phillipines) Pertierra, Raul. 1988. Religion, Politics, and Rationality in a Philippine Community. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. Goodreads 5901989 Open Library OL2042133M Owned by Doug 12:55, 17 July 2010 (PDT)
  • 9- (... New Guinea) Rappaport, Roy A. 1984, Second Edition. Pigs for the Ancestors: Ritual in the Ecology of a New Guinea People.
  • 9- (... New Guinea) Brenda Johnson Clay. Other Times, Other Places: Agency and the Big Man in Central New Ireland. Man, New Series, Vol. 27, No. 4 (Dec., 1992), pp. 719-733.
Brenda Johnson Clay. Pinikindu: Maternal Nurture, Paternal Substance.
Bettison, David G. 1977-1978. Review of Pinikindu: Maternal Nurture, Paternal Substance, by Brenda J. Clay. Pacific Affairs 50 (4): 742-743.

Ruled out: competing SCCS ethnographies in the 1945-1965 period

  • Beckerman, Stephen. 1987?
  • Feinberg, Richard.
  • Lansing (was Bali, 1958, Geertz)

Too early

  • Bailey 1960
  • Barth 1959
  • Bourdieu

Misc. topics

  • Johnson, D. David, Timothy A. Kohler, and Jason Cowan. 2005. Modeling Historical Ecology, Thinking about Contemporary Systems. American Anthropologist 107:96-108.
  • Rescher, Nicholas. 1962. The Revolt against Process. Journal of Philosophy 15:410-417.
  • Roscoe, Paul B. 1995. The Perils of "Positivism" in Anthropology. American Anthropologist 97(3):492-504.