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Identifier:G002K2001
Title Gateways: Exploring the Legacy of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, 1897-1902
Description:
Book. Gateways: Exploring the Legacy of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, 1897-1902 
ca.335pp
Comments
Gateways: Exploring the Legacy of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, 1897-1902 
"The results of the Jesup Expedition / Franz Boas -- In memory of Douglas Cole, 1938-1997 / Igor Krupnik -- The greatest thing undertaken by any museum? Franz Boas, Morris Jesup, and the North Pacific Expedition / Douglas Cole -- Franz Boas and the shaping of the Jesup Expedition Siberian research, 1895-1900 / Nikolai Vakhtin -- (Dis)pleasures of the text: Boasian ethnology on the central Northwest Coast / Michael Harkin -- Kwazi'nik's eyes: vision and symbol in Boasian representation / Barbara Mathé and Thomas R. Miller -- Harlan I. Smith's Jesup fieldwork on the Northwest Coast / Brian Thom -- Unpublished materials of Franz Boas and George Hunt: a record of 45 years of collaboration / Judith Berman -- The "Russian Bastian" and Boas: why Shternberg's "The social organization of the Gilyak" never appeared among the Jesup Expedition publications / Sergei Kan -- 500 year old questions, 100 year old data, brand new computers: biological data from the Jesup North Pacific Expedition / Steven Ousley and Richard Jantz -- Voices from Siberia: ethnomusicology of the Jesup Expedition / Richard Keeling -- A Jesup bibliography: tracking the published and archival legacy of the Jesup Expedition / Igor Krupnik -- Photographic records of the Jesup Expedition: a review of the AMNH photo collection / Paula Wiley.
Citation
Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology 1. Washington, D.C.: Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, c2001.
Contributors Krupnik, I. I. (editor)
Fitzhugh, William (editor)
Date2001
Type Text
LingType ethnohistory
Collection General


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