Patterns for America: Modernism and the Concept of Culture

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Index
Adams, Leonie, 95, 235 n. 5
Adler, Felix (Ethical Culture Society), 11, 48, 111
Adorno, Theodor, 155
Agee, James, 10, 18, 24, 130–31, 176–91, 252 n67; and Walker Evans, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, 14, 159, 176–91, 252 n74, 252–3 n. 79, 253 nn84 and 85
alienation, 4, 5, 12–13, 25, 62–63, 66–67, 74– 81, 88–94, 98, 112, 116, 120–21, 124
American Anthropological Association, 55
American Artists' Congress, 143, 244 n. 53
American Museum of Natural History, 29, 42–43
American Studies, 169–70, 192, 194
American Writers' Congress, 132–33, 241 n18, 245 n. 66
Americanism, 21–22
Anderson, Perry, 20, 220 n. 17
Anderson, Sherwood, 7, 10, 20–21, 24, 26, 66, 94, 104, 105, 113–14, 117, 135, 157; Poor White, 120–25, 135; Winesburg, Ohio, 124, 139, 156
anthropology, 8–9, 27–31, 32–39, 41–46, 55, 166–67, 199–204, 222 n. 46; cultural ecology approach in, 167; culture and personality approach in, 38, 53, 94, 97, 103, 164– 69; estrangement in, 44–46; women and immigrants in, 8–9, 44, 94–5
antimodernism, 24–25, 221 n. 34
Antin, Mary, 57
Area Studies, 159, 168–69, 191, 194
Armory show of modern art, 108, 138
Arnold, Matthew, 3, 60, 62, 72–76, 77, 86, 88, 90, 194, 196, 212, 219–20 n. 15
assimilation, 5, 16, 18, 19, 47–50, 57–58, 61– 64, 112, 208, 238–39 n. 45. See also melting pot ideology
Austin, Mary, 107
Baigell, Matthew, 142
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 28
Barnum, P. T., 43
Barrett, William, 175
Barthes, Roland, 176
Bateson, Gregory, 247–8 n. 13
Beard, Charles A., 54, 215 n. 4
Bellah, Robert N., 64, 170
Bellamy, Edward, 51
Benda, Julien, 56
Benedict, Ruth, 7–9, 11, 17, 56–57, 66, 80, 85, 86, 91, 93–103, 127, 128, 159, 162–70, 212, 215 n. 4, 217 n. 18, 224 n. 20, 227 n. 69, 233 n. 57, 234 n. 58, 236 nn6 and 15; Chrysanthemum and the Sword, 99, 165, 249 n27; Patterns of Culture, 13, 38–39, 46, 94, 96–103, 106–8, 128, 163–64, 165, 170, 196, 207, 248 n. 18
Benjamin, Walter, 18
Benton, Thomas Hart, 10, 24, 138–46, 243 nn38 and 39, 244 nn51, 52, 59, and 61
Bergson, Henri, 227 n. 58
Bishop, John Peale, 159–60
Blake, Casey Nelson, 77
Boas, Franz, 7–9, 12, 16, 17, 18, 30, 32–33, 64, 67–68, 81–82, 88, 95, 97, 98, 158–62, 165, 167, 216 n. 13, 217 n. 16, 224 n. 20, 224–25 n. 21, 227 n. 69; anti-racist polemic of, 11, 47–51, 161–2, 205, 212; anti-war position of, 11, 53–5, 59; and critique of progressivism, 12, 224 n. 16; and museum establishment, 35–36, 39–44, 225 n. 32; as originator of “anthropological” culture concept, 36–39; and professionalism, 11, 43– 47, 55–56, 225–26 n. 41
Bogan, Louise, 95, 235 n. 5
Bok, Edward, 57
Boon, James A., 99, 102
Boorstin, Daniel, 169
Bourdieu, Pierre 134
Bourke-White, Margaret, 181–83, 242 n. 27, 252–53 n. 79
Bourne, Randolph, 7–8, 10, 12, 32, 52, 66– 71, 76–8, 93, 94, 104–5, 112–13, 115, 128, 131, 150, 158, 170, 212, 231 n. 22; “TransNational America,” 57–65
Breton, Andre, 133–34
Brooks, Mel, 149
Brooks, Van Wyck, 7–8, 10, 12, 16, 24, 60, 66–70, 79–81, 88–91, 93–94, 101, 104–8,

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