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Empires, nations, and natives : anthropology and state-making / edited by Benoit de l'Estoile, Federico Neiburg and Lygia Sigaud.

Contributor(s): L'Estoile, Benoît de | Neiburg, Federico G | Sigaud, Lygia
Language: English Publisher: Durham ; London : Duke University Press, 2005.Description: viii, 340p. : ills. ; 24cm.ISBN: 0822336170 (pbk.); 9780822336174 (pbk.)
Contents:
Introduction: anthropology and the government of "natives," a comparative approach / Benoît de l'Estoile, Federico Neiburg, and Lygia Sigaud; Rationalizing colonial domination?: anthropology and native policy in French-ruled Africa / Benoît de l'Estoile; "The good-hearted Portuguese people": anthropology of nation, anthropology of empire / Omar Ribeiro Thomaz; Vichy France and the end of scientific folklore (1937-1954) / Florence Weber; From nation to empire: war and national character studies in the United States / Federico Neiburg and Marcio Goldman; Anthropology at the end of empire: the rise and fall of the Colonial Social Sciences Research Council, 1944 -1962 / David Mills; Bordering on anthropology: dialectics of a national tradition in Mexico / Claudio Lomnitz; Indigenism in Brazil: the international migration of state policies / Antonio Carlos de Souza Lima; The anthropologist as expert: Brazilian ethnology between Indianism and indigenism / João Pacheco de Oliveira; Anthropology, development, and nongovernmental organizations in Latin America / Jorge F. Pantaleón;The ethnologist and the architect: a postcolonial experiment in the French Pacific / Alban Bensa; "Today we have naming of parts": the work of anthropologists in southern Africa / Adam Kuper
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Includes bibliography (p.[301]-326) and index

Introduction: anthropology and the government of "natives," a comparative approach / Benoît de l'Estoile, Federico Neiburg, and Lygia Sigaud; Rationalizing colonial domination?: anthropology and native policy in French-ruled Africa / Benoît de l'Estoile; "The good-hearted Portuguese people": anthropology of nation, anthropology of empire / Omar Ribeiro Thomaz; Vichy France and the end of scientific folklore (1937-1954) / Florence Weber; From nation to empire: war and national character studies in the United States / Federico Neiburg and Marcio Goldman; Anthropology at the end of empire: the rise and fall of the Colonial Social Sciences Research Council, 1944 -1962 / David Mills; Bordering on anthropology: dialectics of a national tradition in Mexico / Claudio Lomnitz; Indigenism in Brazil: the international migration of state policies / Antonio Carlos de Souza Lima; The anthropologist as expert: Brazilian ethnology between Indianism and indigenism / João Pacheco de Oliveira; Anthropology, development, and nongovernmental organizations in Latin America / Jorge F. Pantaleón;The ethnologist and the architect: a postcolonial experiment in the French Pacific / Alban Bensa; "Today we have naming of parts": the work of anthropologists in southern Africa / Adam Kuper