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Scenes from the High Desert: JULIAN STEWARD'S LIFE AND THEORY
by Virginia Kerns
University of Illinois Press, 2002
Paper: 978-0-252-07635-0 | Cloth: 978-0-252-02790-1 | eISBN: 978-0-252-09160-5
Library of Congress Classification GN21.S78K47 2003
Dewey Decimal Classification 301.092

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Julian Steward (1902-72) is best remembered in American anthropology as the creator of cultural ecology, a theoretical approach that has influenced generations of archaeologists and cultural anthropologists. Virginia Kerns considers the intellectual and emotional influences of Steward's remarkable career, exploring his early life in the American West, his continued attachments to western landscapes and inhabitants, his research with Native Americans, and the writing of his classic work, Theory of Culture Change. With fluid prose and rich detail, the book captures the essence and breadth of Steward's career while carefully measuring the ways he reinforced the male-centered structure of mid-twentieth-century American anthropology.

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