06 July 2012

Thanks to a fortuitous browse at the second hand book shop where I had my credits, I found George W. Stocking's book Victorian Anthropology, on the multiple contexts for the formation of the discipline. I take Stocking to be a pretty good source as my university library has two copies of this book, and fifteen other listings for him. While searching for them I found two others that look useful: Romantic Motives: essays on anthropological sensibility and Learned Societies and the Evolution of the Disciplines. For a project I'm not officially working on this one is going very well.

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