Concept of the Guardian Spirit in North America and earned her PhD in anthropology in 1923. 4, franz Boas retired in 1937 and while Ruth Benedict initially seemed to be the obvious candidate to follow his footsteps, the university president appointed Boas former student Ralph Linton to the position. Ruth Benedict, life details, ruth Benedict, fieldwork, serrano (1922 Zuni, Cochiti, Pima, mid-1920s. The reader gains a wealth of knowledge about the work, relationships, and lives of two of the most influential women in 20th-century social science.". Choice "Lapsley's bookflows along like a well-written novel, complete with heroines and villains, well-developed characters, plots and subplots.
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References and Further Reading). Ignored variety and focused on commonalities. The Kinship of Women, a revealing study of the relationship between two major figures in the history of anthropology. Margaret Mead, fieldwork, paupau New Guinea, Somoa (1920s and in her 20s as e was very young). In 1922, Ruth Benedict taught her first anthropology course at Barnard college, with Margaret Mead among her students. For some years Benedict sought vainly for an occupation. Two Greek Elements of Reductionism, apollonian and Dionysian (used by Ruth Benedict in the article 'Psychological Types coined by German Philosopher Nietzsche in 'The transportation of Blood Birth of Tragedy' (1872 Apollonian part of 'grand continuum' schema, on the left side, personality of moderation (antithesis being Dionysian, personality. Ruth Benedict (1887-1948 on June 5, 1887, American anthropologist and folklorist. Lapsley also shows how Mead and Benedict used their anthropological studies to call attention to the cultural foundations of American life, Benedict seeking to make the world more tolerant of deviance and Mead to liberate the individual from the artificial constraints of gender and race.
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