Anthropology beyond Culture

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Index
Significant information in endnotes is indicated in the form 65n4, ie. note 4 on page 65
academic studies, culture concept 39–58, 65–70, 261–4, 271–3, 274n2
Adam, Heribert 218
Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) organization 222–5
afterologists 3
American Anthropological Association (AAA) 46, 47, 48–9
Andrade, Xavier 18, 235–57
anthropologists, “native” 14, 61–4, 68–70
anthropology
academic study of 39–58, 64–70, 261–4, 271–3
culture concept 2–11, 19, 23, 274n2
disciplinary emergence 41–5
as human definition 105–24
in Japan 64–5
North America 44–5, 48–58, 59n4, 262–4
and race and racism 40–1, 46–58, 59nn3, 4
subjectivity 61–4
ape language research (ALR) 126–7, 129–34, 141–2
archaeology
and culture concept 147–68
gender analysis 151–7
patterns 16
social interaction 157–65
technological developments 158–61
Arnold, Matthew 259
Asquith, Pamela 10
Australia, Aboriginal languages 184
autopoiesis 111, 115, 123n3
Aztecs, gender analysis 151–2, 167n2
Bali 30, 192n12
Balibar, Etienne 52, 237
Barth, Fredrik 13, 23–36, 160–1, 265
Bastian, Adolf 262
Bayart, Jean-Francois 254
Bederman, Gail 242
Benedict, Ruth 44, 59–60n5, 63, 6470, 262
Binford, Lewis 150
biological anthropology 54, 58, 60n8
Bloch, Maurice 120
Boas, Franz
culture concept 41, 44, 53, 67–9, 149, 262

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