African-American pioneers in anthropology

Level E A306.092 /533483 Available
Full title: African-American pioneers in anthropology / edited by Ira E. Harrison and Faye V. Harrison.
Other authors: Harrison, Ira E.
Harrison, Faye Venetia.
Format: Book           

Table of Contents:
  • Caroline Bond Day : pioneer black physical anthropologist / Hubert B. Ross, Amelia Marie Adams, Lynne Mallory Williams
  • Feminism and black culture in the ethnography of Zora Neale Hurston / Gwendolyn Mikell
  • Louis Eugene King, the anthropologist who never was / Ira E. Harrison
  • Laurence Foster : anthropologist, scholar, and social advocate / Yolanda Moses
  • W. Montague Cobb : physical anthropologist, anatomist, and activist / Lesley M. Rankin-Hill, Michael L. Blakey
  • Katherine Dunham : anthropologist, artist, humanist / Joyce Aschenbrenner
  • Ellen Irene Diggs : coming of age in Atlanta, Havana, and Baltimore / A. Lynn Bolles
  • Across class and culture : Allison Davis and his works / Dallas L. Browne
  • St. Clair Drake : scholar and activist / Willie L. Baber
  • Arthur Huff Fauset, campaigner for social justice : a symphony of diversity / Carole H. Carpenter
  • Skeletons in the anthropological closet : the life and work of William S. Willis Jr. / Peggy Reeves Sanday
  • Hubert B. Ross, the anthropologist who was / Ira E. Harrison
  • The continuing dialogue : the life and work of Elliot Skinner as exemplar of the African-American/African dialectic / Cheryl Mwaria.