The Saga of Anthropology in China: From Malinowski to Moscow to Mao

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Index
Academia Sinica, 31-34, 69-70, 74n. 5, 81-82
American influence in, 74n. 7, 75n. 26
Academica Sinica (Taiwan), 233
Academy of Sciences (Moscow), 115
America, 170n. 2, 238, 240, 242
contacts of Chinese with, 32, 41-43, 62-66, 215-217, 219. See also Study abroad
influence of in ethnology, 47, 48n. 2, 74n. 7. See also individual scholars and schools
American Indians, 53, 62
American model, 52-54, 115, 215, 233-234, 253
evaluation of, 120-121, 180-181, 223-224
influence of, 37, 41, 61, 72, 240
American Museum of Natural History, 28-29, 41, 53, 170
An Zhimin, 9, 99, 109n. 7, 195, 223
Andersson, Johann Gunnar, 29
Anthropology, 6-10, 23-27, 68-73, 250
definition of, xii, 25, 189n. 8, 126, 238, 250, 251n. 9
hostility to, 84-87, 89, 92, 153.
See also Anthropology, Chinese; Archaeology; Ethnology; Linguistics; Paleoanthropology; Physical Anthropology
Anthropology, Chinese, 9, 238-239, 243-250, 244n. 9.
See also Sinicization, of Chinese Anthropology
Anthropometry, 100, 157, 239
Anti-Bourgeois Liberalization Campaign, 214-215, 225
Anti-Rightist Campaign, 143n. 14, 149, 151-152, 156, 176, 236
legacy of, 162-163, 168-169, 200-201
Anti-Spiritual Pollution Campaign, 156, 214
Anuchin, Dmitri, 112, 231n. 18
Anyang, 33
Applied Anthropology, 62, 237-239, 247, 250, 251n. 6-7
Archaeology, 27, 33, 82, 113
in academia, 15, 101, 105, 175-176, 203, 206-207, 238
during Cultural Revolution, 194-197, 199, 201n. 10
foreign influence on, 116, 122-123, 216, 240-241
and politics, 157-159
vicissitudes of, 5, 8, 69-70, 84, 95, 98-99, 147.
See also individual scholars
Arensberg, Conrad, 43, 64, 74n. 4
Arutiunov, Sergei, 114

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