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Pioneers of the field : South Africa's women anthropologists / Andrew Bank, University of the Western Cape.

By: Bank, Andrew [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: International African library: Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press ; c2016Description: xiii, 319 str. : ilustr. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781107150492.Subject(s): etnologija - Južnoafrička Republika | etnologinje - Južnoafrička Republika - biografija | Winifred Tucker Hoernlé | Monica Hunter WIlson | Ellen Hellmann | Audrey Richards | Hilda Beemer Kuper | Eileen Jensen KrigeDDC classification: 305.80092/268 | B Online resources: Opis djela, recenzija i sadržaj (Cambridge)
Contents:
Introduction: Rethinking the canon -- Feminizing the foundational narrative: the collaborative anthropology of Winifred Tucker Hoernle (1885-1960) -- An adopted daughter: Christianity and anthropology in the life and work of Monica Hunter Wilson (1908-1982) -- Anthropology and Jewish identity: The urban fieldwork and ethnographies of Ellen Hellmann (1908-1982) -- 'A genius for friendship': Audrey Richards at Wits, 1938-1940 -- Historical ethnography and ethnographic fiction: The South African writings of Hilda Beemer Kuper (1911-1992) -- Feminising the discipline: the long career of Eileen Jensen Krige (1904-1995) -- Conclusion: A humanist legacy.
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Introduction: Rethinking the canon -- Feminizing the foundational narrative: the collaborative anthropology of Winifred Tucker Hoernle (1885-1960) -- An adopted daughter: Christianity and anthropology in the life and work of Monica Hunter Wilson (1908-1982) -- Anthropology and Jewish identity: The urban fieldwork and ethnographies of Ellen Hellmann (1908-1982) -- 'A genius for friendship': Audrey Richards at Wits, 1938-1940 -- Historical ethnography and ethnographic fiction: The South African writings of Hilda Beemer Kuper (1911-1992) -- Feminising the discipline: the long career of Eileen Jensen Krige (1904-1995) -- Conclusion: A humanist legacy.

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