With this batch of new citations to HAR’s Bibliography page, we mark a milestone!  There are now over 500 authors represented in the bibliography, each one having contributed important scholarship to the discipline of the history of anthropology.  (Our bibliography begins with publications dated 2013; paper issues of History of Anthropology Newsletter, published from 1973 to 2012, each contained a bibliography of relevant publications, and you can see them here.)  

We’ve decided to mark this occasion by briefly highlighting two of the authors appearing in this batch of citations.  Making his first appearance is Paul Henley, an ethnographic filmmaker and now Emeritus Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester.  A prolific writer, Henley has several recent publications included here, including his 2020 book Beyond Observation: A History of Authorship in Ethnographic Film, which is a detailed historical analysis of the authoring of ethnographic films between 1895 and 1915. Our second noted author, already in the bibliography and now represented by an additional two works, is Anthony Q. Hazard, Jr., an assistant professor in the Ethnic Studies department with a courtesy appointment in the History department at Santa Clara University. One of his new articles is concerned with Ashley Montagu and the other with Margaret Mead, and both continue his exploration of “race” in 20th century American history.   

For additional information on works by these authors and others, please see below. 

Carew, Mairéad. The Quest for the Irish Celt: The Harvard Archaeological Mission to Ireland, 1932-1936. Newbridge: Irish Academic Press, 2018.
Diah, Nurazzura, Dewan Mahboob Hossain, Sohela Mustari, and Noor Syafika Ramli. "An Overview of the Anthropological Theories." International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 4, no. 10 (2014): 155–64.
Harrison, Ira E., Deborah Johnson-Simon, and Erica Lorraine Williams. The Second Generation of African American Pioneers in Anthropology. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2018.
Hazard Jr., Anthony Q. Boasians at War: Anthropology, Race and World War II. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.
Hazard Jr., Anthony Q. "Wartime Anthropology, Nationalism, and 'Race' in Margaret Mead's And Keep Your Powder Dry." Journal of Anthropological Research 70, no. 3 (2014): 365–83.
Henley, Paul. "From Vues to Ethnofiction: French Ethnographic Filmmaking in Africa before Jean Rouch." Visual Anthropology 33, no. 1 (2020): 32–80.
Henley, Paul. Beyond Observation: A History of Authorship in Ethnographic Film. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020.
Joyce, Rosemary A. "Unnaming Buildings: On (Not) Honoring Ancestors and Losing our Memory." American Anthropologist 123, no. 3 (2021): 474–75.
Link, Adrianna. "For the Benefit of Humankind: Urgent Anthropology at the Smithsonian Institution, 1965-1968." In Global Transformations in the Life Sciences, 1945-1980, edited by Patrick Manning and Mat Savelli, 160–79. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018.
Martínez, David. Life of the Indigenous Mind: Vine Deloria Jr. and the Birth of the Red Power Movement. New Visions in Native American and Indigenous Studies. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2019.
Miller, Jay. "Amelia Louise Susman Schultz (1915-2021)." American Anthropologist, 2022.
Nelson, Peter. "Where Have All the Anthros Gone? The Shift in California Indian Studies from Research 'on' to Research 'with, for, and by' Indigenous Peoples." American Anthropologist 123, no. 3 (2021): 469–73.
Novaes, Sylvia Caiuby, Edgard Teodoro de Cunha, and Paul Henley. "The First Ethnographic Documentary? Luiz Thomaz Reis, the Rondon Commission and the Making of Rituais e Festas Borôro (1917)." Visual Anthropology 30, no. 2 (2017): 105–46.
Redman, Samuel J. Prophets and Ghosts: The Story of Salvage Anthropology. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2021.
Roberts, Amy, and Daryl Wesley, eds. "Special Edition: Culture Contact in Indigenous Australia." Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia 42 (2018).
Walker, James, David Clinnick, and Mark White. "We Are Not Alone: William King and the Naming of the Neanderthals." American Anthropologist 123, no. 4 (2021): 805–18.
Werbner, Richard. Anthropology after Gluckman: The Manchester School, Colonial and Postcolonial Transformations. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020.