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Indigenous visions : rediscovering the world of Franz Boas / edited by Ned Blackhawk and Isaiah Lorado Wilner.

Book Book ([2018])
Description: xxii, 387 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, [2018]
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  • ISBN: 9780300196511
  • ISBN: 0300196512
General Note: "Outgrowth of an interdisciplinary conference in commemoration of the centennial of the publication of Franz Boas's The mind of primitive man, held September 15-17, 2011, at Yale University."--(Page vii).
Bibliography, etc.: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents: Part one. Origins and erasures : the emergence of a Boasian circle. 1. Transformation masks : recollecting the Indigenous origins of global consciousness / Isaiah Lorado Wilner ; 2. Franz Boas in Africana philosophy / Lewis R. Gordon ; 3. Expressive enlightenment : subjectivity and solidarity in Daniel Garrison Brinton, Franz Boas, and Carlos Montezuma / Ryan Carr ; 4. "Culture" crosses the Atlantic : the German sources of The mind of primitive man / Harry Liebersohn -- Part two. Worlds of enlightenment : Boasian thought as process and practice. 5. Rediscovering the world of Franz Boas : anthropology, equality/diversity, and world peace / James Tully ; 6. Of two minds about minding language in culture / Michael Silverstein ; 7. Why white people love Franz Boas; or, The grammar of Indigenous dispossession / Audra Simpson -- Part three. Routes of race : the transnational networks of ethnicity. 8. Utter confusion and contradiction : Franz Boas and the problem of human complexion / Martha Hodes ; 9. The death of William Jones : Indian, anthropologist, murder victim / Kiara M. Vigil ; 10. Woman on the verge of a cultural breakdown : Zora Neale Hurston in Haiti and the racial privilege of Boasian relativism / Eve Dunbar ; 11. "A new Indian intelligentsia" : Archie Phinney and the search for a radical Native American modernity / Benjamin Balthaser -- Part four. Boasiana : the global flow of the culture concept. 12. The river of salvation flows through Africa : Edward Wilmot Blyden, Raphael Armattoe, and the redemption of the culture concept / Sean Hanretta ; 13. A two-headed thinker : Rüdiger Bilden, Gilberto Freyre, and the reinvention of Brazilian identity / Maria Lúcia Pallares-Burke ; 14. Seeing like an Inca : Julio C. Tello, Indigenous archaeology, and pre-Columbian trepanation in Peru / Christopher Heaney.
Summary: "In 1911, the publication of Franz Boas's The Mind of Primitive Man challenged widely held claims about race and intelligence that justified violence and inequality. Now, a group of leading scholars examines how this groundbreaking work hinged on relationships with a global circle of Indigenous thinkers who used Boasian anthropology as a medium for their ideas. Contributors also examine how Boasian thought intersected with the work of major modernist figures, demonstrating how ideas of diversity and indentity sprang from colonization and empire."--Back cover.
Authors: Blackhawk, Ned, (editor.). Wilner, Isaiah Lorado, (editor.).
Citation: Blackhawk, Ned. "Indigenous visions : rediscovering the world of Franz Boas." New Haven : Yale University Press, 2018.
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