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Bibliography of Soviet archaeology and physical anthropology, 1936-1972, nos. 1-189.

Henry Field

Bibliography of Soviet archaeology and physical anthropology, 1936-1972, nos. 1-189.

by Henry Field

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Published by Field Research Projects in Coconut Grove, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthropology -- Bibliography.,
  • Archaeology -- Bibliography.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ5115 .F515
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 20 p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5080882M
    LC Control Number74151871

    1. Physical Anthropology: Physical anthology studies human body, genetic and the status of man among living beings. Some of its definitions are as follows: 1. J.E. Manchip White: “Physical anthropology is the study of bodily appearance of man.” 2. Hoebel, “Physical anthropology is therefore the study of the physical characteristics of. This book examines the peculiar phenomenon which was Soviet archaeology, showing where it differs from Western archaeology and the archaeology of pre-revolutionary Russia, and where it reveals similarities. The book asks whether Soviet archaeology can be regarded as Marxist, and, if so, whether Marxism was to Russian archaeology a help or a hindrance at that time.

    Description: Arctic Anthropology, founded in by Chester S. Chard, is an international journal devoted to the study of Old and New World northern cultures and ology, ethnology, physical anthropology, and related disciplines are represented, with emphasis on: studies of specific cultures of the arctic, subarctic and contiguous regions of the world; the peopling of the New. [1] Klejn , p. 3. [2] Patterson [3] Tantaleán , pp. –4. [4] Trigger a, pp. – [5] A clear exception is the unpublished PhD dissertation by Jovan Howe on Soviet theories of the development of humankind and the first phase of history shaped by the communal mode of production (Howe ). [6] Semenov [7] See the chapter on Childe in Klejn’s book and Trigger.

    as editor of Man on the unity of archaeology, physical anthropology, and social anthropology; see Fox, this vol-ume). According to Gosden (), "In Britain there is currently a closeness between archaeology and anthro-pology which has not been seen since the later nineteenth century when the two disciplines were one, within an. Yanowitch, Murray, ed.: Contemporary Soviet Economics; a collection of readings from Soviet sources, White Plains: International Arts and Sciences Press, Zamiatin, Evgenii: A Soviet Heretic: Essays by Yevgeny Zamyatin, Chicago: University Press of Chicago,


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Current issue Browse list. In Soviet Archaeology: Trends, Schools, and History, Russian archaeologist Leo S. Klejn looks at the peculiar phenomenon that is Soviet archaeology and its differences and similarities to Western archaeology and the archaeology of pre-revolutionary Russia.

In this updated and expanded volume, he considers whether Soviet archaeology can be considered as Marxist and, if so, was. This bibliography of anthropology lists some notable publications in the field of anthropology, including its various is not comprehensive and continues to be developed.

It also includes a number of works that are not by anthropologists but are relevant to the field, such as literary theory, sociology, psychology, and philosophical anthropology. ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE SOVIET UNION, By HENRY FIELD INTRODUCTION I N THE company of sixteen U.

scientists I was privileged to attend as a guest of the Soviet Government the th Jubilee Session of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR from June 15 to July 6. 96, translated in Soviet Anthropology and Archeology, FallNo. Gumilev, L. N., O termine ‘etnos’, in Doklady Geografičeskogo Obščestva SSSR, No.

3, () (Leningrad). In fact, this whole issue of the geographers' journal is devoted to ethnicity, and also contains a further article by Gumilev on ‘Ethnos as a phenomenon’. Archaeology, it has been said, is one of the four subdisciplines of a larger discipline – anthropology – the other three being bioanthropology (formerly known as physical anthropology), linguistics, and social/cultural anthropology (a double adjective that honors both the British and American traditions).

Historical archaeology. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. E-mail Citation» In this early book in the history of historical archaeology, the author, known for his excavations in colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, explains the discipline as it appeared in the late s. Orser, Charles E., Jr. Historical archaeology.

3d ed. London: Routledge. The author is professor of anthropology at the University of wisconsin, Madison. to ourownfragmentation of archeology into prehistoric (that is, anthropologi-cal), classical, biblical, Egyptian, medie-val, historic, and others-a fragmenta-tion carried to still greater extremes in Western Europe-Soviet archeology is a single unified.

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An annotated bibliography to handbooks, bibliographies, indexes, databases, literature reviews, conference proceedings, and much more. Fieldwork in the library: a guide to research in anthropology and related area studies, by Robert C. Westerman. ism (Chapter 7, “The Archaeology of a Great Power: The Complications of Composition”); Marx-ism in Soviet archaeology (Chapter 8, “Archaeology under the Red Flag”); and also includes chap-ters 9– Chapter 9, “Childe and Soviet Archaeology” (p –74), is one of the focal points of Klejn’s book.