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Prompted by this near-simultaneous rise to political influence of more than a dozen apparently similar parties across Western Europe, this collection offers a range of European case studies with selected global examples, such as the Front National, the late Pim Fortuyn, India and the BJP, and Pauline Hanson and her One Nation Party in Australia.

It takes up the theoretical and methodological challenges posed by this phenomenon and asks what distinctive contributions anthropology might make to its study. Recent publications include Anthropology, by Comparison co-edited with Richard G. Chapter 1. Nation, Status and Gender in Trouble? Chapter 2. Chapter 3.

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Chapter 4. Chapter 5. Chapter 6. Franz Boas was a scholar, professional, and activist who almost single-handedly transformed American anthropology from a field dominated by amateurs to a full-fledged professional, academic discipline.

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A German-born Jewish immigrant who had experienced anti-Semitism in his native land and in the United States, Boas was especially effective in dismantling hierarchical theories of race, language, and culture. As a consequence, most of his works centered on Native Indians, African Americans, and southern and eastern European immigrants in the United States and on the themes of race, language, and culture. As an activist, he expressed his revulsion against immigration restriction and anti-black prejudice and discrimination, the erasure of Native Indian cultures, and anti-Semitism.

Boas suffered a fatal heart attack while vociferously protesting the exterminations by the Nazis during World War II.

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Stocking and Patterson deftly survey his background, life, career, and contributions to the study of race and culture. Lewis presents a synthesis of literature on Boas. Darnell, Regna.

And along came Boas: Continuity and revolution in Americanist anthropology. Studies in the History of the Language Sciences Amsterdam: John Benjamins.


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Invisible genealogies: A history of Americanist anthropology. Critical Studies in the History of Anthropology 1.

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Lincoln: Univ. Argues that the core of North American anthropology derives from the ethnographic study of American Indians by Boas and his students. North American traditions in anthropology: The historiographic baseline. In A new history of anthropology.

Edited by Henrika Kuklick, 35— Malden, MA: Blackwell. Harris, Marvin. The rise of anthropological theory: A history of theories of culture.

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New York: Crowell. Lewis, Herbert S. Franz Boas: Boon or bane? Reviews in Anthropology Available online for purchase or by subscription.

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DOI: Patterson, Thomas C. A social history of anthropology in the United States. Oxford: Berg.