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By Henrika Kuklick

ISBN-10: 0631225994

ISBN-13: 9780631225997

A brand new heritage of Anthropology collects unique writings from pre-eminent students to create a cosmopolitan yet obtainable consultant to the advance of the sector.

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During this stay, however, Léry learned to admire them as generous, witty, intelligent hosts. Returning to France in 1558, he was plunged into an atmosphere of rising hostility between Catholics and Protestants. He was almost killed in the St Bartholomew’s Day Massacre during August 1572 and survived a siege inside the town of Sancerre from January to August of 1573, during which the desperate town-dwellers boiled and ate the soles of their shoes to stay alive (Whatley in Léry 1990: xvi–xviii).

Albert Gallatin (1761–1849), Jefferson’s Secretary of the Treasury, prepared the first comprehensive classification of Indian languages in 1836. As governor of the Michigan Territory, Lewis Cass (1782–1866) designed questionnaires to map cultural and linguistic diversity. Thus, talented but untrained amateurs produced a form of linguistics that functioned to classify peoples in ethnological categories, quite unlike the tenor of Indo-European philology. The study of American archaeology got off to a slow start because there seemed to be no American equivalent of the European paleo-, meso- and neolithic ages.

All readers should appreciate the value of placing ideas and practices in historical contexts. But historians will be pleased to read studies that reveal previously unexposed dimensions of significant phenomena – the political philosophy of John Locke, say, or arguments about slavery, the perennial question of Home Rule for Ireland, the crisis of German liberalism, and that odd creature the intellectual French colonial official. Anthropologists will learn of neglected ancestors and bring a historical perspective to contemporary debates.

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