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ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE "LONG 1890S:" DEBATES ABOUT EVOLUTION AND FIELDWORK BEFORE THE BOASIAN ERA
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Reviewed By: General Anthropology Division
Friday, December 5, 2014: 2:30 PM-4:15 PM

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Organizers:  Richard L Warms (Texas State University - SAN Marcos)
Chairs:  Reece Jon McGee (Texas State University)
Discussants:  Herbert S Lewis (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Regna D Darnell (The University of Western Ontario)
2:30 PM
Evolution and Survival of the Fittest in American Anthropologist old Series 1888-1898
Richard L Warms (Texas State University - SAN Marcos) and Reece Jon McGee (Texas State University)
2:45 PM
Westermarck and the Diverse Roots of Relativism
Andrew P Lyons (University of Waterloo)
3:00 PM
Culin, Brinton, and American Studies As Insurgency in Philadelphia Anthropology
Robert M Oppenheim (University of Texas at Austin)
3:15 PM
3:30 PM
Discussant
Regna D Darnell (The University of Western Ontario)
3:45 PM
Discussant
Herbert S Lewis (University of Wisconsin-Madison)