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Lecture 5

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Anthropology
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ANTH 209
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Emilie Parent

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Fieldwork: Living or Leaving the Scene History Started with European missionaries Bartolome de las Casas Lots of examples during the Enlightenment also Questions about the relation between nature and society, definition of mankind, and what distinguishes a natural condition of humanity from a cultured condition 1890's Beginning of professional (British) anthropology Starting to study cultures by themselves instead of comparing them to European ways of doing Questionnaires were handed out to missionaries, military and naval officers, and colonial administrators Questions on a broad variety of subjects "Notes and Queries on Anthropology" Permitted the gathering of a lot of information Establishing ethnography Malinowski and Radcliffe-Brown are the founders of how anthropology is today New methods of fieldwork No more tied to desk Malinowski From Cracow, 1884 Doctorate in physics and mathematics Stayed
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