Abstract

Papers of Australian anthropologist Derek Freeman. The collection documents the research and publication career of a prominent Australian anthropologist; his correspondence with Australian, British and American colleagues; and, the scholarly debates that he sparked with his critical analysis of Margaret Mead's research in Samoa. Freeman was trained in the tradition of British social anthropology, but sought a synthesis of human biology and cultural anthropology throughout most of his career. The collection at present represents better this later turn in Freeman's thinking. Freeman performed three major field studies, two (1940-1943 and 1966-1968) in Western Samoa and one in an Iban village in Borneo (1949-1951). The collection contains only scant documentation of the Iban study, but contains all of Freeman's research materials and notes from his Samoan studies. In addition to manuscript drafts of Freeman's articles and books, the collection includes his comprehensive files of popular press and academic discussion of his books MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) and THE FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999), and the documentary film, play, and papers this controversy sparked. The papers also contain abundant general topical notes, files from Freeman's documentation of the Daniel Nicholl's murder case, and photographs of people and places in Samoa.

Biography

John Derek Freeman was born in Wellington, New Zealand, on August 16, 1916. He earned a B.A. (1939) from Victoria University, a M.Phil. (1948) from University of London, and a Ph.D. (1953) from Cambridge University. He was a professor at Australian National University, then emeritus professor and research fellow at the University's Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies.

After completing the B.A., Freeman became a teacher of languages in Western Samoa in 1940. During his stay until 1943, he made frequent trips to Sa'anapu. His Master's thesis entitled THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF A SAMOAN VILLAGE COMMUNITY (1948) was based on his research at Sa'anapu.

Between 1949-1951, Freeman did fieldwork among the Iban of Borneo, which led to his Ph.D. thesis, and later to a monograph entitled REPORT ON THE IBAN (1955).

While teaching at University of Otago, then as an assistant professor (1955) and as a reader (1957) at Australian National University, Freeman wrote several Samoan papers. He won the Curl Prize for his essay "The Concept of the Kindred" (1960), based on his fieldwork on the Iban (Borneo).

In the sixties, Freeman began to explore a synthesis of biology and cultural anthropology. His paper entitled "Social Anthropology and the Scientific Study of Human Behavior" (1965) exemplifies this period. Between 1966 and 1968, Freeman performed fieldwork in Sa'anapu for a second time. He collected a massive amount of material on political and kinship systems, emotional response, child-rearing, and social life, based on texts, interviews, psychological tests, and observation.

Between 1968 and 1971, Freeman wrote several papers contrasting Margaret Mead's claims in COMING OF AGE IN SAMOA (1926) and his own observations, culminating in a book manuscript entitled "Culture and Human Nature in the Samoan Islands" (1971). In 1982, Freeman published MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983), a revised version of "Culture and Human Nature." The book was immediately controversial and popular in the media and academic circles, and enjoyed enough success to be republished by Penguin as MARGARET MEAD AND THE HERETIC (1996).

The Mead-Freeman controversy revolved around Freeman's argument that certain statements by Margaret Mead on Samoa were factually inaccurate, hence the paradigmatic assumptions of cultural anthropology were flawed. The book garnered widespread attention because of the great stature of Mead in the public imagination, and her association with liberal ideology. Many American anthropologists defended Mead's reputation in the press. The debates inspired a documentary film by Frank Heimans entitled MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1988) about Mead, and a play by David Williamson entitled HERETIC (1996) about Freeman.

In 1992, Freeman did research in the Margaret Mead Papers at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. This work led him to a detailed reconstruction of Mead's field stay in Samoa and her sources of information. The presentation of this, as well as his study of the Franz Boas Papers led to the publication of THE FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999).

Freeman died in Canberra on July 6, 2001.

Scope and Content

Accessions Processed in 2002

The Derek Freeman Papers document Freeman's research and publication career, especially his fieldwork in Samoa and the publication and subsequent controversy associated with his book MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983). Materials include personal and professional correspondence, subject files, general notes, extensive research notes and field notebooks from Samoa, manuscript drafts of Freeman's writings, drafts of the writings of others, and miscellaneous materials. The Mead-Freeman Controversy materials include reviews, journal articles, newspaper and magazine articles, and Freeman's responses; documentation of Freeman's participation related projects; research materials on Mead; and notes. The collection contains little documentation of Freeman's Iban study.

The collection has been arranged to separate as best as possible two major foci of Freeman's career: his Samoan studies and research on Margaret Mead. These, however, are very much intertwined, and separating the materials relating to the Mead-Freeman controversy creates an arbitrary chronological break around 1983. The researcher should be aware of connections between the two foci.

The papers are arranged in eight series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) SUBJECT FILES, 3) SAMOA RESEARCH MATERIALS, 4) GENERAL NOTES, 5) WRITINGS BY FREEMAN, 6) WRITINGS BY OTHERS, 7) THE MEAD-FREEMAN CONTROVERSY, and 8) MISCELLANY.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series contains Freeman's files of personal and professional correspondence, arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Noteworthy correspondents include Ireanus Eibl-Eibesfeldt, Konrad Lorenz, Margaret Mead, Karl Popper, and Samoan writer Albert Wendt. Freeman corresponded with many prominent anthropologists including Raymond Firth, Meyer Fortes, Robin Fox, Max Gluckman, Ashley Montagu, David Schneider, and Sherwood L. Washburn. He also corresponded with the following anthropologists specializing in the Pacific: Kenelm Burridge, Ronald Crocombe, Ward Goodenough, Gilbert Herdt, Roger Keesing, Peter Lawrence, Robert Levy, Douglas Oliver, H. D. Skinner, Sharon Tiffany, Donald Tuzin and Annette Weiner.

SERIES 2: SUBJECT FILES

The SUBJECT FILES, arranged alphabetically, contain Freeman's files for subjects of general interest. Materials include magazine and newspaper clippings, photocopies and handwritten notes.

SERIES 3: SAMOAN RESEARCH MATERIALS

The SAMOAN RESEARCH MATERIALS series is arranged in six subseries: A) Fieldnotes, B) Index to Samoa Notes, C) Samoa Notes, D) Historical Notes, E) Research Notes, F) Samoa Bibliography. The series contains all of Freeman's records of first-hand observation and research into Samoan life. The vast majority represent his two field trips, however, this series also contains Freeman's notes on his research into Samoan history.

A) The Fieldnotes subseries contains typescript summaries from ring binders of his field observations from 1940 to 1943, as well as a bound notebook of genealogies in pencil. Also included are notepads with handwritten notes, arranged chronologically or by subject, from his 1966-1967 fieldwork in Sa'anapu.

B) The Index to Samoa Notes subseries contains subject terms, arranged alphabetically, that reference dated entries in the Samoa Notes subseries.

C) The Samoa Notes subseries contains loose leaf subject notes with cross-references on Freeman's Samoan observations, originally stored in plastic three-ring binders, and arranged alphabetically by subject.

D) The Historical Notes contain Freeman's typed notes, arranged chronologically, on the history of Samoa based in part on his extensive research at the archives of the London Missionary Society.

E) Research Notes subseries contains data records of various types, arranged alphabetically, ranging from Freeman's Samoan research to copies of primary sources, drawings, geneaology charts, and statistical data. Of note is Freeman's collection of personal handwritten letters in Samoan received from an informant in 1940-41.

F) Samoa Bibliography contains an index card catalog of writings about Samoa.

SERIES 4: GENERAL NOTES

The GENERAL NOTES series, arranged alphabetically by notebook title, contains Freeman's notes and bibliographic references, originally organized in plastic three-ring binders, on various subjects of general and theoretical interest.

SERIES 5: WRITINGS BY FREEMAN

The WRITINGS BY FREEMAN series, arranged chronologically, contains Freeman's manuscripts and copies of published writings, e.g. articles, reviews, rejoinders, and letters to the editor. This series mainly comprises Freeman's pre-1983 writings. Included is final typescript draft of Freeman's master's thesis THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF A SAMOAN VILLAGE COMMUNITY (1948), Freeman's notes and drafts for his essay entitled THE CONCEPT OF THE KINDRED (1960), and the complete electronic draft of THE FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) on 3.5 inch floppy diskette. Also of note are several folders relating to the publication of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983), including notes for rough drafts of each chapter. Writings by Freeman directly related to the Mead-Freeman Controversy are located in SERIES 7.

SERIES 6: WRITINGS BY OTHERS

The WRITINGS BY OTHERS series contains manuscripts and annotated copies of published material by others. Freeman took a great interest in biomedical, epidemiological and cultural anthropology in Samoa. He also took an interest in the continuing work of his students who did research in Samoa. Several noteworthy documents in this series are an untitled draft of an autobiography by Albert Barunga, an aboriginal rights activist; a draft first chapter of MODERNISM'S HISTORY by Bernard Smith; and a draft fourth chapter of THE CULTURE CULT by Roger Sandall. The folders are arranged alphabetically by author.

SERIES 7: MEAD-FREEMAN CONTROVERSY

The MEAD-FREEMAN CONTROVERSY series contains writings and other materials pertaining specifically to the academic debates and publicity surrounding Freeman's 1983 book MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA. The book criticized Mead's claims about Samoan culture, and the research on which those claims stood. It encapsulated many major themes of Freeman's career, set off a vigorous debate among anthropologists, and was a long-standing object of fascination of the popular press. The series is arranged in seven subseries: A) Writings, B) MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (Film By Frank Heimans), C) HERETIC (Play By David Williamson), D) NOT EVEN WRONG (Book by Martin Orans), E) Margaret Mead Papers, F) Research Materials, G) Notes, and H) Miscellaneous Materials.

A) Writings subseries arranges, in chronological order, reviews, journal articles, newspaper and magazine articles, and letters to the editor published in the press and scholarly journals, as well as Freeman's responses and rejoinders. It contains early versions of Freeman's critique of Mead in papers.

A glance at the titles of newspaper accounts of the book gives a sense of the controversy: NEW SAMOA BOOK CHALLENGES MARGARET MEAD'S CONCLUSIONS (1/31/83 NEW YORK TIMES); HAVE THE SOUTH SEAS NATIVES FOOLED US ALL? (2/2/83 DAILY MAIL); DID TOP ANTHROPOLOGIST MISS THE BOAT ON SAMOA? (2/3/83 Associated Press); LE BON SAUVAGE EST AUSSI MECHANT QUE NOUS (4/1/83 ACTUEL).

The response to Freeman's work in academia is well documented in the collection. Some notable materials are Freeman's annotated copies an April 1983 special issue of CANBERRA ANTHROPOLOGY and his response of over 100 pages in the following issue. Similarly, Freeman copied and annotated academic reviews and the articles published in a special section of the December 1983 issue of AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST. Two conferences were devoted to Freeman's book and the controversy. At the meeting of the American Anthropological Association that year, many papers on the controversy were presented, and a motion was passed which resolved that Freeman's work was "unscientific" and required the president of the AAA to write a letter to the editors of Science 83 to protest (see Lurie, "Formal Protest", March 1984) their recommendation (see "High on the Gift List," December 1983) of Freeman's book.

B) The MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (Film By Frank Heimans) subseries, arranged chronologically, contains materials pertaining to the filming of this documentary which reviewed, and added to the Mead-Freeman controversy. Freeman was deeply involved in the interviewing and researching of this film and it includes the transcripts of interviews taped for the film and several drafts of the post-production script with Freeman's revisions.

C) The HERETIC (Play By David Williamson) contains materials pertaining to the research, writing and production of Williamson's semibiographical play about Freeman and his criticism of Mead. Freeman assisted Williamson actively in his research, providing him with copies of his correspondence, drafts of papers, and access to his notes and files. The subseries contains drafts four and five of the script, with Freeman's suggestions for revision. It also contains Freeman's collection of reviews of the plays three major productions in Australia and New Zealand.

D) NOT EVEN WRONG (Book by Martin Orans) contains Freeman's lengthy correspondence and exchange of writings with Martin Orans regarding Orans's book NOT EVEN WRONG (1996).

E) The Margaret Mead Papers subseries contains photocopies from the Margaret Mead Papers, a collection held at the United States Library of Congress. Freeman has annotated many of these copies, especially Mead's Samoan notes.

F) The Research Materials contains Freeman's folders of primary data, secondary source material, and subject files relating to his research into Margaret Mead's career. Of note are the transcripts of his interviews of Fa'apua'a Fa'amu (1988, 1993), an informant of Mead's who said she lied to her about her sexual behavior.

G) The Notes subseries largely contains files of Freeman's notes on Margaret Mead.

H) The Miscellaneous Materials subseries contains a commemorative poster of the cover of TIME magazine (week of February 14, 1983), a Christmas card entitled "Sob! So Sorry To Have Unmade The Mead Myth About Samoa" circulated by Freeman to critics of his book, and photocollages and caricatures depicting the major voices in the controversy created and humorously captioned by Freeman between 1983-1990.

SERIES 8: MISCELLANY

The MISCELLANY series contains special files of mixed document type created by Freeman for his reference, arranged alphabetically by title.

The collection has been arranged to separate as best as possible two major foci of Freeman's career: Samoan studies and research on Margaret Mead. These, however, are very much intertwined, and separating the materials relating to the Mead-Freeman controversy creates a highly arbitrary chronological break around 1983.

A researcher would be advised to be aware of connections between materials in the CONTROVERSY series and elsewhere. CORRESPONDENCE should be a very valuable place for researchers to investigate Freeman's ideas, since in his letters, Freeman was able to engage friends and colleagues on all of the issues that interested him.

Accessions Processed in 2003

The accessions processed in 2003 contain additional notebooks and fieldnotes from Freeman's first field study in Samoa; manuscript drafts for THE FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999); recent correspondence files; research files on Samoa; drafts of miscellaneous early writings; photographs of Samoan people and places; materials related to Freeman's tenure at Australian National University, and files on the Daniel Nicholls murder case that Freeman followed in the early 1960s.

The papers are arranged in twelve series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) SAMOAN RESEARCH MATERIALS, 3) NOTES, 4) RESEARCH MATERIALS, 5) WRITINGS AND REVIEWS BY FREEMAN, 6) WRITINGS BY OTHERS, 7) THE DANIEL NICHOLLS CASE, 8) MAPS, 9) PHOTOGRAPHS, 10) AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, 11) MISCELLANY, and 12) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series, arranged alphabetically, contains Freeman's files of recent personal and professional correspondence, many of which complement correspondents represented in the first accession.

SERIES 2: SAMOAN RESEARCH MATERIALS

The SAMOAN RESEARCH MATERIALS are arranged in three subseries: A) Notebooks and Fieldnotes, B) Children's Drawings, and C) Linguistic Materials. The series documents Freeman's early work in the region.

A) The Notebooks and Fieldnotes subseries contains fieldnotes, daily notebooks, genealogies, and charts related to Freeman's visits. Of particular importance are the transcripts of interviews Freeman conducted with Margaret Mead's informants. The material is arranged alphabetically by title.

B) The Children's Drawings subseries collects crayon drawings by Sa'anapu children ranging in age from 2 to 10. These drawings were annotated by Freeman following the children's descriptions of their work and contain lengthy notes and observations by Freeman.

C) The Linguistic Materials subseries includes materials used by Freeman for learning and teaching the Samoan language, including word lists and punctuation guides.

SERIES 3: NOTES

The NOTES series is arranged in three subseries: A) Legal and Anthropological Terms, B) Bibliographic References, and C) General Notes. The series gathers notes written by Freeman, either as a part of preparing a draft of writing, field research, library research, or in the course of study. Notes specific to the preparation of Freeman's published work have been filed in the WRITINGS AND REVIEWS BY FREEMAN series.

A) The Legal and Anthropological Terms subseries consists of a cardfile notecards created by Freeman for each term.

B) The Bibliographic References subseries consists of general and subject-specific bibliographic citations written on index cards.

C) The General Notes subseries, arranged alphabetically, contains miscellaneous notes taken by Freeman in the course of his research and writing, often related to topics about Samoa.

SERIES 4: RESEARCH MATERIALS

The RESEARCH MATERIALS series contains miscellaneous documents collected by Freeman during the course of his research. Unlike the SAMOAN RESEARCH MATERIALS, most of the materials in this series are secondary sources, often in Samoan, collected and sometimes annotated by Freeman.

SERIES 5: WRITINGS AND REVIEWS BY FREEMAN

The WRITINGS AND REVIEWS BY FREEMAN series gathers published and unpublished writings, including reviews of other scholars's work and contains two subseries: A) Writings and B) Reviews.

A) The Writings subseries, aranged chronologically, contains drafts, notes, and correspondence related to Freeman's published and unpublished work. Included in the subseries are working drafts for the books MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) and THE FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999).

B) The Reviews subseries, arranged chronologically, contains book reviews written by Freeman on the books and films of others.

SERIES 6: WRITINGS BY OTHERS

The WRITINGS BY OTHERS series contains writings by other authors annotated by Freeman. Included in this series are two heavily annotated editions of Margaret Mead's COMING OF AGE IN SAMOA. The materials are arranged alphabetically by author.

SERIES 7: DANIEL NICHOLLS CASE

The DANIEL NICHOLLS CASE documents Freeman's involvement with the defense of Daniel Norris Nicholls, his appeals to the High Court of Australia, retrial and conviction, and his successful request for commutation of the death sentence. Included is a lengthy file of correspondence between Nicholls and Freeman from late 1961 to 1963.

On September 21, 1961, Beverly Keys was attacked by an intruder in her home. She died early the next morning. Nicholls was arrested after he admitted to having a radio which was reported stolen on the night of the murder from a nearby house. He was tried, convicted, and sentenced to death. He was successful in his appeal for a new trial in 1962. He was retried, convicted, and sentenced to death again in 1963. This sentence was later commuted to life in prison.

Freeman became involved in the defense almost by accident. He happened to watch the arraignment of Nicholls and offered his assistance as a psychologist. He interviewed Nicholls on several occasions, kept detailed notes, and prepared a report on the facts he ovserved as well as evidence used against Nicholls. Freeman collected articles from the CANBERRA TIMES and SYDNEY MORNING HERALD on the two trials. He also obtained copies of photographs used in those articles. Freeman collected and annotated court transcripts in his work on his report. He also collected and annotated transcripts of police interviews with Nicholls and other witnesses.

As this is the second murder case in Canberra's history, the materials contained in this series are of great interest. Freeman's documentation of the case adds a dimension to one's understanding of the crime, trial, and events surrounding the case.

SERIES 8: MAPS

The MAPS series consists of maps prepared or collected by Freeman of Samoa and of his primary field site, Sa'anapu, a village on the island of Upolu in Western Samoa. The maps are arranged in alphabetically.

SERIES 9: PHOTOGRAPHS

The PHOTOGRAPHS series contains various photographs of Freeman, Samoa, and Sa'anapu. The "Tattersal Studio Photographs and Postcards" folder is a collection of images developed by a Samoan photographic studio consisting of stock and original images on postcard cardstock. The photographs are arranged in alphabetically by title.

SERIES 10: AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

The AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY series, arranged chronologically, gathers proposals and reports submitted by Freeman to the university and departmental reports issued by the Department of Anthropology. These materials document Freeman's field work and his academic activity within the university. Of particular interest is the 1994 report, which includes the finding aid for the Freeman Archives on the Iban held by the Tun Jugah Foundation.

SERIES 11: MISCELLANY

The MISCELLANY series contains materials of various types, kept by Freeman for amusement or interest. Several folders contain groups of graphics and images clipped or photocopies from publications, such as a collection of photocopies of woodcuts depicting Samoan village life. Of note in this series are complete copies of the APIA ADVERTISER dated April 26, 1967 and the WESTERN SAMOAN MAIL dated May 3, 1941. The materials have been arranged alphabetically by title.

SERIES 12: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES series contains the originals of brittle or high acid content documents that have been photocopied.

Accession Processed in 2006

The accession processed in 2006 contains materials relating to the principal areas of Freeman's research, Samoa, the South Pacific, and Margaret Mead. It includes correspondence, writings by others, and notes and researcch materials from Freeman's files. Also present are academic materials dating from the period of Freeman's doctoral work at Cambridge and teaching in New Zealand and Australia (1951-1957), and materials relating to subjects of general interest.

The accession is arranged in seven series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) WRITINGS BY OTHERS, 3) NOTES, 4) SAMOAN RESEARCH, 5) ACADEMIC MATERIALS, 6) SUBJECT FILES, and 7) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series, arranged alphabetically, contains professional and personal correspondence from Freeman's files, including letters in Samoan from unidentified correspondents.

SERIES 2: WRITINGS BY OTHERS

The WRITINGS BY OTHERS series contains manuscripts, photocopies, and transcribed copies of published and unpublished work by others, including theses, journal articles, and several travel diaries from the Mitchell Library in New South Wales. The series is arranged alphabetically by author.

SERIES 3: NOTES

The NOTES series contains notebooks and loose notes from Freeman's files, most relating to the South Pacific or the Mead-Freeman controversy. The series is arranged alphabetically by subject.

SERIES 4: SAMOAN RESEARCH

The SAMOAN RESEARCH series includes notes, maps, copies of documents and other materials from Freeman's files relating to various aspects of his Samoan research.

SERIES 5: ACADEMIC MATERIALS

The ACADEMIC MATERIALS series contains examination questions, course requirements, assignments and similar materials dating from the period of Freeman's doctoral work at Cambridge University and teaching in New Zealand and Australia (1951-1957).

SERIES 6: SUBJECT FILES

The SUBJECT FILES series contain materials from Freeman's files on subjects of general interest. The series is arranged alphabetically by subject.

SERIES 7: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS series contains items of unknown significance or tangential interest.

Accession Processed in 2002

CORRESPONDENCE

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Box Folder Oversize
1 1 A - Miscellaneous.
1 2 ABC News - 20/20 (Kristi Kendall), 1998. Regarding FATEFUL HOAXING.
1 3 Aberle, Benson, 1984.
1 4 ACADEMIC QUESTIONS, 1989 - 1995.
1 5 Acciaoli, Greg, 1985 - 1996.
1 6 Adams, Phillip, 1992 - 1995.
1 7 Aiavao, Afiogoa Tunumafono Apelu, 1984.
1 8 Aiono, Leinani, 1984.
1 9 Aldine de Gruyter (Richard Koffler and Trev Leger, executive editors), 1989 - 1995.
1 10 Alexander, Richard D., 1970 - 1997.
1 11 Alper, Paul, 1985.
1 12 American Anthropological Association, 1983 - 1989. Northeastern Anthropological Association.
1 13 AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 1983 - 1985.
1 14 AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 1986 - 1987.
1 15 AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 1988.
1 16 AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 1989.
2 1 AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST (Ivan Brady, book review editor), 1983 - 1984.
2 2 AMERICAN ETHNOLOGIST, 1993.
2 3 American Museum of Natural History, 1983 - 1998.
2 4 American Philosophical Society, 1991 - 1992.
2 5 AMERICAN SCHOLAR (Joseph Epstein and J. Stepicevic, editors), 1984 - 1986.
2 6 ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER, 1984 - 1988.
2 7 ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER, 1995.
2 8 Appell, George, 1970 - 1997.
2 9 Aslanian, Karen, 1994.
2 10 Austin-Broos, Diane, 1988 - 1996.
2 11 Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1977 - 1993.
2 12 Australian Press Council, 1996.
2 13 B - Miscellaneous.
2 14 Badcock, Christopher, 1996 - 1997.
2 15 Bailey, Kent, 1988 - 1992.
2 16 Baker, Paul, 1981 - 1984.
2 17 Bandell, K., 1986.
2 18 Bargatzky, Thomas, 1979 - 1996.
2 19 Barkow, Jerome, 1973 - 1991.
2 20 Barnes, J.A., 1959 - 1996.
3 1 Barnouw, Victor, 1984.
3 2 Barrow, Terry, 1954 - 1960.
3 3 Basham, Richard, 1985.
3 4 Bateson, Mary Catherine, 1983 - 1988.
3 5 Bateson, Patrick, 1992 - 1995.
3 6 Bayton, John, 1979.
3 7 Becke, L. Sabina, 1948.
3 8 Becke-Baptistam, Mary N., 1947 - 1948.
3 9 Beidelman, T.O., 1992.
3 10 Bergin and Garvey Publishers, Inc., 1985 - 1991.
3 11 Bernard, H. Russell, 1991 - 1997.
3 12 Birch, Charles, 1978 - 1980.
3 13 Birdsell, Joseph, 1983 - 1986.
3 14 Bishop Museum, 1941 - 1994.
3 15 BLACKWELL'S (Romesh Yaitilingarn, editor), 1974 - 1988.
3 16 Bloom, Howard, 1990 - 1995.
3 17 Bonner, John Tyler, 1981 - 1992.
3 18 Borofsky, Robert, 1995 - 1996.
3 19 Bouchard, Thomas J., 1987 - 1996.
3 20 Bowlby, John, 1963 - 1984.
3 21 Boyer, Bryce, 1981 - 1996.
4 1 Brady, Ivan, 1983 - 1992.
4 2 Braithwaite, Eric, 1978.
4 3 Bristol, M.L., 1968 - 1970.
4 4 British Broadcasting Corporation (Martin Freeth), 1984 - 1992.
4 5 Brockman, John, 1993 - 1996.
4 6 Brown, Donald, 1987 - 1999.
4 7 Brown, L.B., 1981.
4 8 Brunton, Ron, 1996 - 1998.
4 9 Bulback, Chilla, 1993 - 1997.
4 10 Bulmer, Ralph, 1988.
5 1 Burnet, Macfarlane, 1965 - 1979.
5 2 Burrage, Arthur, 1976 - 1983.
5 3 Burridge, Kenelm, 1973 - 1993.
5 4 Busch-Rossnagel, Nancy, 1994.
5 5 Buss, David, 1995.
5 6 Butchers, Barney, 1983 - 1998.
5 7 C - Miscellaneous.
5 8 Caffarelli, Piero, 1968 - 1978.
5 9 Cain, Horst, 1993.
5 10 Cambridge University Press, 1979 - 1982.
5 11 Canadian Commission for UNESCO, 1997.
5 12 Carroll, Joseph, 1997.
5 13 Caton, Hiram, 1985 - 1991.
5 14 Caton, Hiram, 1992 - 1995.
5 15 Cazabon, Charles, 1993.
5 16 Chagnon, Napoleon, 1976 - 1995.
5 17 Chamberlain, Ann, 1992.
5 18 Charlesworth, William, 1978 - 1979.
5 19 CHICAGO TRIBUNE (Peter Gorner), 1985.
5 20 Clark, J. Desmond, 1974.
5 21 Clark, Mary, 1990 - 1995.
5 22 Clements, Colleen, 1983 - 1991.
5 23 Clifford, James, 1977 - 1991.
5 24 Cole, Douglas, 1990 - 1998.
6 1 Columbia University, 1985.
6 2 Conklin, Hal, 1982 - 1987.
6 3 Cook, Peter S., 1996.
6 4 Cowlishaw, Gilligan, 1996.
6 5 Craig, Robert, 1994.
6 6 Crick, Francis, 1996.
6 7 Crocombe, Ron, 1965 - 1995.
6 8 Cromer, Allan, 1995.
6 9 Cronin, Helena, 1996.
6 10 Cronk, Lee, 1995.
6 11 Cullen, Richard, 1996.
6 12 Currey, Oliver, 1996 - 1997.
6 13 Dakowski, Bruce, 1983 - 1988.
6 14 Daly, Martin, 1991.
6 15 Damasio, Antonio, 1995.
6 16 D'Andrade, Roy, 1994.
6 17 Darlington, C.D., 1967 - 1970.
6 18 Darnell, Regna, 1981 - 1996.
6 19 Davidson, Nicholas, 1987 - 1991.
6 20 Davies, Paul, 1994.
6 21 Dawson, Andrew, 1995.
6 22 De Martinoir, Brian, 1959 - 1962.
6 23 Degler, Carl, 1990 - 1991.
6 24 Dennett, Daniel, 1995 - 1998.
6 25 Denton, Derek, 1993.
6 26 Desmond, Adrian, 1995.
6 27 Devereux, George, 1970 - 1984.
6 28 Devore, Irven, 1988 - 1991.
7 1 Diamond, Jared, 1991.
7 2 Diamond, John, 1993.
7 3 DiGiovanni, Joan, 1995.
7 4 Dove, Michael, 1982.
7 5 Duranti, Alessandro, 1979 - 1991.
7 6 E - Miscellaneous.
7 7 Eccles, John C., 1978 - 1983.
7 8 Edelman, Gerald, 1994 - 1995.
7 9 Eibl-Eibesfeldt, Renki, 1964 - 1996.
7 10 Ekman, Paul, 1989 - 1995.
7 11 Ellison, Peter, 1995.
7 12 Elstob, Winston, 1992 - 2000.
7 13 Elton, Sir Geoffrey, 1992.
7 14 Elvin, Mark, 1995.
7 15 Ember, Melvin, 1962 - 1985.
7 16 ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HOAXES (Martin Gardner and Gordon Stein), 1992 - 1995.
7 17 Epstein, A.L., 1971 - 1979.
7 18 Essex, Todd, 1992 - 1993.
7 19 EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY (John Feagle, editor), 1995.
7 20 F - Miscellaneous.
7 21 Fairburn, Miles, 1994 - 1996.
7 22 Fanaafi, Aiono Le Tagaloa, 1989 - 1995. Friend and professor at University of Samoa.
7 23 Feinburg, Richard, 1988 - 1991.
7 24 FIDELITY (Michael Jones, editor), 1988 - 1992.
8 1 Field, Michael, 1984 - 1988.
8 2 Figgis, Jane, 1987.
8 3 Filoiali'i, La'auli Ale, 1981 - 1982.
8 4 Firth, Raymond, 1957 - 1996.
8 5 Fisher, Helen, 1993.
8 6 Fitzgerald, Jane, 1996.
8 7 Flew, Antony, 1979 - 1996.
8 8 Foerstel, Lenora, 1993. Student of Mead.
8 9 Fortes, Meyer, 1948 - 1982. Freeman's Ph.D advisor at Cambridge.
8 10 Fox, James, 1981 - 1995. Director of Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.
8 11 Fox, Robin, 1967 - 1998.
8 12 Frankfurt, Harry, 1979.
8 13 Freedman, Daniel, 1979 - 1982.
8 14 Frieburg, Karen, 1994.
8 15 G - Miscellaneous.
8 16 Galameos, Nancy, 1994 - 1995.
8 17 Gardener, Beatrix and Allen, 1995.
8 18 Gay, Peter, 1996.
8 19 Gell, Alfred, 1988. Student of Freeman.
8 20 Gellner, Ernest, 1984 - 1988.
8 21 Givens, David, 1992 - 1997.
8 22 Glick, Leonard, 1985 - 1988.
8 23 Gluckman, Max, 1955 - 1974. Longtime friend and anthropologist.
8 24 Goldsmith, Timothy, 1994 - 1995.
8 25 Gombright, E.H., 1993 - 1996.
8 26 Gonzalez, Nancie L., 1959 - 1992.
8 27 Goodall, Jane, 1988 - 1995.
9 1 Goodenough, Ward, 1961 - 1967.
9 2 Goodman, Richard, 1983 - 1996.
9 3 Gorski, Elizabeth, 1988 - 1995.
9 4 Goulters, Upu Taua, 1978 - 1984.
9 5 Graham, Jonathan Pember, 1996. Includes an unpublished letter to the editor and a photocopy of published statement.
9 6 Graham, Penelope, 1988 - 1989.
9 7 Greene, John C., 1971 - 1981.
9 8 Gregersen, Edgar, 1995.
9 9 Gribben, John, 1994.
9 10 Grosskurth, Phyllis, 1986 - 1995.
9 11 H - Miscellanous.
9 12 Hackett, Earle, 1969 - 1984.
9 13 Hallpike, Christopher, 1987 - 1995.
9 14 Hamburg, David, 1990 - 1991.
9 15 Harris, Marvin, 1983.
9 16 Harvard University Press, 1983 - 1985. Business matters.
9 17 Harvard University Press (Camille Smith, editor), 1982.
9 18 Harvard University Press (Camille Smith, editor), 1982 - 1983.
10 1 Harvard University Press, 1981 - 1984. General
10 2 Harvard University Press (Gayle Treadwell, Mrs. Joy Pratt, Department of Promotion), 1982 - 1983.
10 3 Harvard University Press (Patricia R. Williams), 1983. Europe
10 4 Hatch, Elrin, 1983.
10 5 Heckenlively, Donald, 1992.
10 6 Heimann, Judith, 1992 - 2000.
10 7 Heimans, Frank, 1990 - 1995.
10 8 Heimans, Jeremy, 1987 - 1991.
10 9 Heppell, M., 1979 - 1981.
10 10 Herdt, Gilbert, 1985 - 1998. Student of Freeman.
10 11 Hiatt, Les, 1981 - 1991.
10 12 Hirsch, E.D., 1991.
10 13 Hockett, Charles, 1988 - 1989.
10 14 Hodgson, David, 1991 - 1992.
10 15 Hoebel, E. Adamson, 1963 - 1986.
10 16 Hohnen, Ross, 1995.
10 17 Holmes, Lowell D., 1960 - 1987.
10 18 Holmes, Lowell D., 1988 - 1995.
11 1 Hooper, Antony, 1972 - 1985.
11 2 Howard, Jane, 1992.
11 3 Hudson, Liam, 1992 - 1995.
11 4 Humphrey, Nicholas, 1993 - 1996.
11 5 Hunt, Robert, 1981 - 1988.
11 6 Jackson, Michael, 1978 - 1990.
11 7 Jarvie, Ian C., 1984 - 2000.
11 8 John F. Kennedy University, 1989 - 1990.
11 9 John Wiley and Sons, 1987 - 1997.
11 10 JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH (Phillip Bock, editor), 1987 - 1988.
11 11 JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY.
11 12 JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND ADOLESCENCE, 1994 - 2001.
11 13 K - Miscellaneous.
11 14 Kale, Jordan, 1986.
11 15 Kapferer, Bruce, 1988 - 1992.
11 16 Katz, Alfred, 1986 - 1996.
11 17 Kaye, John, 1978.
11 18 Keck, Verena, 1995.
11 19 Kedit, Peter, 1988 - 1995.
11 20 Keenan, Elanor Ochs, 1978.
11 21 Keesing, Roger, 1992.
11 22 Kett, Joseph F., 1988 - 1992.
11 23 Khon, Alexander, 1987 - 1990.
12 1 King, J.P., 1978 - 1981. Publisher of the SAMOA NEWS, Pago Pago, American Samoa.
12 2 King, Victor, 1994.
12 3 Knight, Chris, 1994 - 1995.
12 4 Koch, Walter, 1992.
12 5 Koepping, K.P., 1983.
12 6 Konner, Melvin J., 1984 - 1995.
12 7 Kortlandt, A., 1964.
12 8 Kuhn, Thomas, 1992.
12 9 Kuper, Adam, 1983 - 1991.
12 10 Kuper, Adam, 1991 - 1992.
12 11 L - Miscellaneous.
12 12 La Barre, Weston, 1983 - 1986.
12 13 La'au, Tui Toloya'a Agafili, 1983 - 1988.
12 14 Lafoa'i Ioane, 1989 - 1990.
12 15 Laing, Patricia, 1987 - 1990.
12 16 Latour, Bruno, 1988 - 1990.
12 17 Lawrence Eribaum Associates, Inc., 1991 - 1995. Publishers.
12 18 Lawrence, Peter, 1984 - 1986.
12 19 Leach, Edmund, 1988 - 1989.
12 20 Leacock, Elanor B., 1985 - 1987.
12 21 Lee, Richard, 1991 - 1995.
12 22 Lefkowitz, Mary, 1987 - 2000.
12 23 Lehman, David, 1994.
12 24 Leibowitz, Arnold H., 1981.
13 1 Leota, Tagaloa, Pita and Fana'afi, 1982 - 1996. Professor at National University of Samoa.
13 2 Levi, Peter.
13 3 Levitt, Norman, 1995.
13 4 Lewis, Doug, 1983 - 1991.
13 5 Lewis, Doug, 1992 - 1999.
13 6 Lewis, I.M., 1969 - 1986.
13 7 Levinson, Professor, 1984.
13 8 Levy, Robert, 1966 - 1991.
13 9 Library of Congress (Mary M. Wolfskill), 1991 - 1992.
13 10 Lieber, Michael, 1983 - 1992.
13 11 Lorenz, Konrad, 1964 - 1983.
13 12 Low, D.A., 1995 - 2000.
13 13 M - Miscellaneous.
13 14 Mackay, Peter, 1987 - 1990.
13 15 MacLaurin, B.P., 1981.
13 16 MacLean, Paul, 1983.
13 17 MacPherson, Cluny, 1983.
13 18 Madan, T.N., 1983 - 1997.
14 1 Mageo, Jeanette, 1987 - 1989.
14 2 Marcus, George, 1984 - 2001.
14 3 Marsack, C.C., 1968 - 1986.
14 4 Marshall, Mac, 1993 - 1995.
14 5 Martin, Nicholas, 1987 - 1996.
14 6 Maryanski, Alexandra, 1993.
14 7 Masing, James Jemut, 1980 - 1981. Student of Freeman.
14 8 Masson, Jeff, 1987 - 1992.
14 9 Maud, Ralph, 1990 - 1995.
14 10 Maude, Harry, 1967 - 1995.
14 11 Mayr, Ernst, 1969 - 1991.
14 12 McAdam, Tony, 1986 - 1990.
14 13 McCall, Grant, 1983 - 1993.
14 14 McDowell, Nancy, 1983 - 1981.
14 15 McGinn, June, 1992.
14 16 McGren, H.C., 1979.
14 17 McGue, Matt, 1993.
14 18 McKay, Ken, 1983.
14 19 Mead, Margaret, 1964 - 1977.
14 20 Medawar, Peter, 1971 - 1984.
14 21 Melbourne University Press, 1996.
14 22 Meleisea, Malama and Penelope, 1983 - 1993.
14 23 Merz, Robert, 1986.
14 24 Metcalf, Peter, 1975 - 1982.
14 25 Metz, Mikael, 1990 - 1991.
14 26 Miles, Douglas, 1992 - 1993.
14 27 Miller, David, 1994.
14 28 Milner, George, 1986 - 1993. Anthropologist who worked in Samoa.
14 29 Milwaukee Public Museum (Nancy Oestreich Lurie), 1984.
14 30 Minnaert, Eric, 1990.
14 31 Minton, Bob, 1984 - 1988.
14 32 Mintz, Sidney W., 1996.
14 33 Modell, Judith, 1987 - 1988.
15 1 Mollison, James, 1988.
15 2 Money, John, 1986.
15 3 Montagu, Ashley, 1976 - 1995.
15 4 Morgan, Chris, 1990.
15 5 Morison, Samuel E., 1947 - 1948.
15 6 Morris, Stephen, 1981.
15 7 Morrison, Cheyenne, 1996 - 1997.
15 8 Moyer, K.E., 1968 - 1972.
15 9 Moyle, Richard, 1984 - 1987.
15 10 Moyle, Richard, 1988 - 1994.
15 11 Munan-Oettli, Heidi, 1986.
15 12 Munz, Peter, 1983 - 1997.
15 13 Murray, Les, 1992 - 1993.
15 14 Murray, Stephen, 1985 - 1989.
15 15 Murray, Stephen, 1990 - 1997.
15 16 N - Miscellaneous.
15 17 Nadel, Siegfried Frederick, 1948 - 1973.
15 18 Nader, Laura, 1983 - 1991.
15 19 Nardi, Bonnie, 1984 - 1989.
15 20 Naroll, Raoul, 1983.
16 1 National Academy of Sciences, 1991.
16 2 National Endowment for the Humanities (Lynne Cheney, chairman), 1992.
16 3 National Press Club, 1996.
16 4 National University of Samoa, 1984 - 1989.
16 5 NATURE (Maxine Clarke, executive editor), 1989 - 1995.
16 6 Needham, Rodney, 1993 - 1997.
16 7 Neumann, Hans, 1972 - 1992.
16 8 New York Academy of Sciences, 1983 - 1990.
16 9 Norton, W.W., 1997.
16 10 O - Miscellaneous.
16 11 Ola, Onopene, 1988.
16 12 Oliver, Douglas, 1981 - 1996.
16 13 Olroyd, D.R., 1993.
16 14 O'Meara, Tim, 1985 - 1989.
16 15 O'Meara, Tim, 1990 - 1994.
16 16 O'Meara, Tim, 1995 - 1997.
16 17 Orans, Martin, 1990 - 1993. Freeman's correspondence with Orans, supplemental materials, chronological.
17 1 Orans, Martin, 1993 - 1994.
17 2 Orans, Martin, 1995. January - August.
17 3 Orans, Martin, 1995. Beginning September.
17 4 Oxford University Press, 1981 - 1982.
17 5 P - Miscellaneous.
17 6 PACIFIC STUDIES, 1983 - 1989.
17 7 Panoff, Michel, 1990.
17 8 Patience, Allan, 1984 - 1986.
17 9 Paul, Robert, 1987 - 1988.
17 10 Pawley, Andrew, 1979.
17 11 Peacock, Jim, 1994.
17 12 Penguin Books, 1983 - 1985.
17 13 Peranio, Roger, 1956 - 1961. Student of Mead's and Freeman.
18 1 Peranio, Roger, 1960. Regarding scholarship.
18 2 Peranio, Roger, 1959. Writings.
18 3 Percival, Ray, 1994.
18 4 Pfeiffer, John, 1971 - 1991.
18 5 Pinker, Steven, 1994 - 1995.
18 6 Plomin, Robert, 1991.
18 7 Pomeroy, John, 1995.
18 8 Popper, Karl, 1973 - 1991.
18 9 Porter, Dennis, 1987 - 1988.
18 10 Pouesi, Daniel, 1995.
18 11 Poumele, Galea'i, 1987 - 1988.
18 12 Pout, Graham, 1994.
18 13 Pratt, Joy, 1992 - 1994.
18 14 Princeton University Press, 1981 - 1982.
18 15 Proudfoot, Peter, 1994.
18 16 R - Miscellaneous.
18 17 Rabinow, Paul, 1985.
18 18 RAIN (Jonathan Benthall), 1983 - 1984.
18 19 RAIN (Jonathan Benthall), 1989.
18 20 Ramsay, Robin, 1996.
18 21 Rappaport, Roy A., 1973 - 1996.
19 1 Read, Kenneth, 1956.
19 2 Reece, Bob, 1994 - 1995.
19 3 Reynolds, Vernon, 1965 - 1987.
19 4 Reynolds, Vernon, 1988 - 1999.
19 5 Rhoades, John, 1995.
19 6 Rhoner, Ronald P., 1997.
19 7 Ricklefs, Merle, 1995 - 1997.
19 8 Robarchek, Clayton A., 1988 - 1989.
19 9 Rogers, Garth, 1975 - 1984.
19 10 Romanucci-Ross, Lola, 1983 - 1995. Student of Mead.
19 11 Rosenberg, Wolfgang, 1983 - 1997.
19 12 Rousseau, Jerome, 1980 - 1985.
19 13 Routledge, David, 1986.
19 14 Rubel, Paula, 1983.
19 15 Russell, Claire and W.M.S., 1985.
19 16 Ryan, Peter, 1992 - 1993.
19 17 Ryan, Tom, 1995.
19 18 Rycroft, Charles, 1994.
19 19 S - Miscellaneous.
19 20 S. Abdul Majeed and Company, 1994 - 1995.
19 21 Sagan, Carl, 1996.
19 22 Sakya, Armit and Joe Reier, 1988 - 1989.
19 23 Saler, Benson, 1984 - 1995.
19 24 Salk, Jonas, 1990.
19 25 Samuel, Geoffrey, 1991.
20 1 Sandall, Roger, 1987 - 1997.
20 2 Sandin, Benedict, 1977 - 1980.
20 3 Sanjek, Roger, 1991 - 1993.
20 4 Santangelo, Antonio, 1992.
20 5 Santiditammo, Samanera, 1993.
20 6 Sather, Clifford, 1976 - 1998.
20 7 Schleip, Dietrich, 1993.
20 8 Schneider, David, 1960 - 1988.
20 9 Schwartz, Theodore, 1983 - 1985. Student of Mead.
20 10 Schwencke, Robert, 1995.
20 11 Scibiori, Alice, 1996. Undated, regards Freeman's talk at the Australian National Press Club.
20 12 SCIENCE (Daniel E. Koshland, editor), 1988.
20 13 SCIENCE 84, 1984.
20 14 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, 1986 - 1990.
20 15 Scott, J.P., 1963 - 1965.
20 16 Scupin, Ray, 1985 - 1991.
20 17 Scupin, Ray and Christopher Decourse, 1995.
20 18 Senczuk, John, 1995 - 1996.
20 19 Seng, Lim Jock, 1976.
20 20 Severson, Gary A., 1977.
20 21 Shankman, Paul, 1993. Organized 1983 conference on Mead.
20 22 Sheldon, John C., 1979.
20 23 Shore, Bradd, 1983 - 1984. Agafili La'au, Oceania.
20 24 Shore, Bradd, 1985 - 1989. Agafili La'au, Oceania.
20 25 Shore, Bradd, 1976. Papers by.
21 1 Shore, Bradd, 1983 - 1984. Reviews: SALA'I LUA.
21 2 Shore, Bradd, 1974 - 1983.
21 3 Shore, Bradd, 1989 - 1995.
21 4 Shweder, Richard, 1986 - 1991.
21 5 Silverman, Martin G., 1964 - 1974.
21 6 Silverman, Sydel, 1986 - 1995.
21 7 Simon Fraser University, 1989 - 1990.
21 8 Simpson, George Gaylord, 1982 - 1984.
21 9 Sinclair, Keith, 1993.
21 10 Singer, Peter, 1993.
21 11 SKEPTIC MAGAZINE (Michael Shermer, director), 1997 - 1999.
21 12 Skinner, Henry Devenish, 1943 - 1972.
21 13 Smith, Louis, 1987.
21 14 Snyder, Allan W., 1994 - 1997.
21 15 Snyder, Robert, 1980 - 1996.
21 16 Spindler, George, 1992 - 1993.
21 17 Spiro, Mel, 1992 - 1995.
21 18 State University of New York Press, 1988 - 1990. Published FATEFUL HOAXING.
21 19 Stenhouse, David, 1989 - 1992.
22 1 Stephenson, Rebecca, 1992.
22 2 Stocking, George, 1990 - 1997.
22 3 Stoddart, Michael, 1989 - 1995.
22 4 Storr, Anthony, 1992 - 1996.
22 5 Strathern, Andrew, 1992 - 1996.
22 6 Strathern, Marilyn, 1992 - 1995.
22 7 Sturm, Bradley, 1983.
22 8 Sussman, Robert, 1987.
22 9 Sutlive, Vinson, 1976 - 1998.
22 10 Swartz, Marc, 1983 - 1997.
22 11 Sydney Institute, 1996.
22 12 T - Miscellaneous.
22 13 Tennov, Dorothy, 1996.
22 14 Thoemmes Antiquarian Books, Ltd. (Stephen Roberts, publishing executive), 1989 - 1990.
22 15 Thompson, Laura, 1977 - 1992.
22 16 Tiffany, Sharon, 1972 - 1986.
22 17 Tinbergen, Niko, 1964 - 1989.
22 18 Tooby, John, 1995 - 1997.
22 19 Turnbull, Colin M., 1983 - 1985.
22 20 Tuzin, Don, 1990 - 1993. Student of Freeman.
23 1 Tuzin, Don, 1994 - 1997. Student of Freeman.
23 2 U - Miscellaneous.
23 3 United States Naval Academy. Special Collections (Alice Creighton, head), 1992.
23 4 University of California, Berkeley. Bancroft Library, 1991.
23 5 University of Edinburgh. Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, 1988 - 1990.
23 6 University of Samoa, 1981 - 1983.
23 7 University of Victoria, 1977 - 1990. The Simon Fraser Lectures.
23 8 University of Western Ontario, 1994 - 1995.
23 9 Va'a, Leulu Felise, 1983 - 1988. Student of Freeman.
23 10 Va'a, Leulu Felise, 1989 - 1997. Student of Freeman.
23 11 Van Der Lippe, Angela, 1992.
23 12 Van Madden, John, 1993.
23 13 Vassar College, 1990 - 1993.
23 14 Vermeulen, Walter J., 1984 - 1988.
23 15 VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY REVIEW, 1990 - 1991.
24 1 Vogelsanger, Cornelia, 1978 - 1979.
24 2 W - Miscellaneous.
24 3 Wallace, Anthony F.C., 1993.
24 4 Wanner, Eric, 1986 - 1995.
24 5 Ward, R. Gerald, 1983 - 1994.
24 6 Washburn, Sherwood, 1966 - 1990.
24 7 Washburn, Wilcomb, 1993 - 1994.
24 8 Weiner, Annette, 1974 - 1996.
24 9 Weiner, James, 1996.
24 10 Wendt, Albert, 1982 - 1996. Samoan author.
24 11 Wenner, Adrian, 1991 - 1992.
24 12 Werblowsky, Zwi, 1984 - 1986.
24 13 Western Samoa. Deputy Commissioner (Robert Wall), 1988.
24 14 Westfall, Richard, 1993.
24 15 Whitten, Phillip, 1986 - 1987.
24 16 Wichita State University, 1995. Department of Anthropology.
24 17 Williams, George C., 1991 - 1992.
24 18 Williams, Robyn, 1982 - 1987.
24 19 Williams, Sarah, 1992.
24 20 Williamson, David, 1996 - 1997. Australian playwright and author of HERETIC.
24 21 Willmot, W.E., 1995.
24 22 Wilson, Edward O., 1996.
24 23 Wilson, Judith, 1993 - 1997.
24 24 Wilson, Max, 1989 - 1996.
24 25 Wilson, Peter, 1990 - 1996.
24 26 Winzeler, Robert, 1993.
24 27 Wirz, Scott, 1992.
24 28 Woodall, Russell, 1983 - 1988.
24 29 Wouk, Herman, 1996.
24 30 Wrangham, Richard, 1996 - 1997.
24 31 Wright, Robert, 1995 - 1996.
24 32 Y - Miscellaneous.
24 33 Yale University Press, 1980 - 1981.
24 34 Yans-McLaughlin, Virginia, 1986 - 1988.
24 35 Young, J.Z., 1978 - 1996.
24 36 Zajda, Joseph, 1986.
24 37 Unidentified correspondents.

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25 1 Cross reference index card file.
26 1 Abreaction.
26 2 Accidents.
26 3 Acquisitiveness.
26 4 Acting.
26 5 Acting out.
26 6 Adam and Eve.
26 7 Adaptive behaviour (in animals).
26 8 Adaptiveness.
26 9 Adolescence.
26 10 Adoration.
26 11 Adultery.
26 12 Affectivity.
26 13 Affectivity (in birds).
26 14 Aggression.
26 15 Aggression (versus acquisitiveness).
26 16 Aggression (against authority).
26 17 Aggression (Amok behaviour).
26 18 Aggression (anal).
26 19 Aggression (animal).
26 20 Aggression (and anxiety).
26 21 Aggression (in birds).
26 22 Aggression (in children).
26 23 Aggression (and competition).
26 24 Aggression (criminal).
26 25 Aggression (in crowds).
26 26 Aggression (and escape behaviour).
26 27 Aggression (in the family).
26 28 Aggression (in the fantasy).
26 29 Aggression (in female).
26 30 Aggression (and frustration).
26 31 Aggression (group).
26 32 Aggression (impulsive).
26 33 Aggression (impulsive - in animals).
26 34 Aggression (instinctive basis).
26 35 Aggression inter-specific (in animals).
26 36 Aggression and learning.
26 37 Aggression (in gestures).
26 38 Aggression (in marriage).
26 39 Aggression (maternal).
26 40 Aggression (in maternal behaviour).
26 41 Aggression (national).
26 42 Aggression (oral).
26 43 Aggression (and paranoia).
26 44 Aggression (and paternal behaviour).
26 45 Aggression (phallic).
26 46 Aggression (the phylogenosis of).
26 47 Aggression (and play).
26 48 Aggression (in politics).
26 49 Aggression (in prehistoric men).
26 50 Aggression (in primitive warfare).
26 51 Aggression (projected).
26 52 Aggression (psychoanalytic theories of).
26 53 Aggression (psychology of).
26 54 Aggression (psychopathology of).
26 55 Aggression (redirected).
26 56 Aggression (repressed).
27 1 Aggression (ritualized).
27 2 Aggression (ritualized in animals).
27 3 Aggression (ritualized in birds).
27 4 Aggression (symbolic).
27 5 Aggression (theory of).
27 6 Aggression (verbal).
27 7 Aggression (in warfare).
27 8 Aggressive behaviour.
27 9 Agony.
27 10 Alcohol and drunkenness.
27 11 Alleomimetic behaviour.
27 12 Alleomimetic behaviour (in animals).
27 13 Altars.
27 14 Ambivalence.
27 15 Ambivalence (in animals).
27 16 Anal character.
27 17 Anal symbolism.
27 18 Angels.
27 19 Anger.
27 20 Anger (in infants).
27 21 Animisim.
27 22 Annoyance.
27 23 Annunciation.
27 24 Anthropology as a vocation.
27 25 Anxiety.
27 26 Appetency behaviour.
27 27 Apple symbolism.
27 28 Aprons.
27 29 Arches.
27 30 Architecture.
27 31 Arrest behaviour.
27 32 Art.
27 33 Ascension.
27 34 Assassination.
27 35 Astrology.
27 36 Atheism.
27 37 Attachment behaviour.
27 38 Attachment behaviour (in animals).
27 39 Attention.
27 40 Augury.
27 41 Authority (in action).
28 1 Authority (defiance of).
28 2 Authority (and dominance).
28 3 Authority (and libido).
28 4 Authority (and obediance).
28 5 Authority (and power).
28 6 Authority (respect for).
28 7 Authority (submission to).
28 8 Authority (symbols of).
28 9 Aversion behaviour.
28 10 Avoidance behaviour.
28 11 Babies.
28 12 Babies (affectivity).
28 13 Babies (pre-natal).
28 14 Bags.
28 15 Ball symbolism.
28 16 Balloons.
28 17 Bangles and bracelets.
28 18 Baptism.
28 19 Basketball.
28 20 Bats.
28 21 Bedrooms.
28 22 Begging behaviour.
28 23 Behaviour (neurophysiology of).
28 24 Behaviour theory.
28 25 Bells.
28 26 Belts.
28 27 Bestiality.
28 28 Biology (human).
28 29 Bipedal locomotion.
28 30 Bird symbolism.
28 31 Birth.
28 32 Bisexuality.
28 33 Biting.
28 34 Blame.
28 35 Blood.
28 36 Blushing.
28 37 Boats.
28 38 Body tone.
28 39 Bond behaviour.
28 40 Bond behaviour (in animals).
28 41 Bonding (pair).
28 42 Bonding (primary).
28 43 Boredom.
28 44 Bottle-feeding.
29 1 Bottles.
29 2 Bowling.
29 3 Bowls.
29 4 Bows.
29 5 Boxing.
29 6 Braces.
29 7 Brain.
29 8 Brain and behaviour.
29 9 Brain (evolution of).
29 10 Breast (behaviour at the).
29 11 Breast symbolism.
29 12 Breasts.
29 13 Breasts (attacks against).
29 14 Breasts (good and bad).
29 15 Breasts (as releasers).
29 16 Breath symbolism.
29 17 Bribery.
29 18 Brides.
29 19 Bridge symbolism.
29 20 Buckles.
29 21 Buddhism.
29 22 Bulls and bull-fighting.
29 23 Bureaucracy.
29 24 Buttocks (as a releaser).
29 25 Buttons.
29 26 Cabinets.
29 27 Canberra Revival Centre.
29 28 Candles.
29 29 Cannibalism.
29 30 Cannibalism (in animals).
29 31 Cannibalism (symbolic).
29 32 Carnivals.
29 33 Carnivorous adaptation.
29 34 Castration.
29 35 Cats.
29 36 Caves and cave behaviour.
29 37 Censorship.
29 38 Chairs.
30 1 Chests.
30 2 Child - Parent bond.
30 3 Children.
30 4 Children (affectivity).
30 5 Children's thought.
30 6 Chins.
30 7 Christ.
30 8 Christianity.
30 9 Christmas.
30 10 Cigarette behaviour.
30 11 Cigarette symbolism.
30 12 Cigars.
30 13 Circumcision.
30 14 Civilization.
30 15 Clergymen.
30 16 Climbing.
30 17 Cloacal fantasies.
30 18 Clocks.
30 19 Clothing.
30 20 Clowns.
30 21 Coitus.
30 22 Collars (female).
30 23 Collars (male).
30 24 Colour symbolism.
30 25 Columns.
30 26 Comparative method.
30 27 Competition.
30 28 Compulsive behaviour.
30 29 Condensation.
30 30 Conformity (social).
30 31 Conscience and the law.
30 32 Consciousness.
30 33 Contact-seeking behaviour.
30 34 Contention (ritualized).
30 35 Contention (ritualized - breakdown of).
30 36 Contention situations.
30 37 Contention situations (in animals).
30 38 Contention (verbal).
30 39 Conversion.
30 40 Cooperation.
30 41 Cooperation (in animals).
30 42 Coprophagy.
30 43 Copulatory behaviour (in animals).
31 1 Counter-Transperence.
31 2 Courage.
31 3 Courting behaviour.
31 4 Courting behaviour (in animals).
31 5 Couvade.
31 6 Cows.
31 7 Cricket.
31 8 Crime.
31 9 Criminal behaviour.
31 10 Cross symbolism.
31 11 Crowd behaviour.
31 12 Crowns.
31 13 Crucifixion.
31 14 Cruelty.
31 15 Cruelty (in children).
31 16 Cruelty (in fantasy).
31 17 Crying.
31 18 Crying (in infants).
31 19 Cuff-links.
31 20 Cults.
31 21 Cultural relativism.
31 22 Culture.
31 23 Culture (theory of).
31 24 Cunnilingus.
31 25 Cupids.
31 26 Cups.
31 27 Custom.
31 28 Cybernetics.
31 29 Dancing.
31 30 Death symbolism.
31 31 Deceptive behaviour.
31 32 Defeat behaviour.
31 33 Defence mechanisms.
31 34 Defloration.
31 35 Delusions (individual).
31 36 Delusions (mass).
32 1 Denial.
32 2 Denial (perceptual).
32 3 Depersonalization.
32 4 Depression (and aggression).
32 5 Depressive states.
32 6 Destructiveness.
32 7 Devils.
32 8 Devouring.
32 9 Diamond symbolism.
32 10 Discipline.
32 11 Disgust.
32 12 Displacement (of aggression).
32 13 Displacement (in animals).
32 14 Displacement behaviour.
32 15 Displacement fantasies.
32 16 Displacement (onto the self).
32 17 Displacement (theory of).
32 18 Dissociation.
32 19 Divorce.
32 20 Dogs (and their owners).
32 21 Dolls.
32 22 Dominance (and acquisitiveness).
32 23 Dominance (in adolescence).
32 24 Dominance (and aggression).
32 25 Dominance (and aggression in animals).
32 26 Dominance (and anger).
32 27 Dominance (in animals). Part I.
32 28 Dominance (in animals). Part II.
32 29 Dominance (over animals).
32 30 Dominance (and appetency in animals).
32 31 Dominance (behaviour).
32 32 Dominance (behaviour in animals).
32 33 Dominance (behaviour in birds).
32 34 Dominance (behaviour in children).
32 35 Dominance (and bond behaviour).
32 36 Dominance (and ceremonial).
32 37 Dominance (child over parent).
32 38 Dominance (class).
32 39 Dominance (and competition).
32 40 Dominance (and constitution).
32 41 Dominance (and crowds).
32 42 Dominance (and depression).
32 43 Dominance (and display).
32 44 Dominance (and ecology).
33 1 Dominance (and elation).
33 2 Dominance (and emotion).
33 3 Dominance (and envy).
33 4 Dominance (and facial expression).
33 5 Dominance (and fame).
33 6 Dominance (and fear).
33 7 Dominance (female over female).
33 8 Dominance (female over male).
33 9 Dominance (and freedom).
33 10 Dominance (general).
33 11 Dominance (in groups).
33 12 Dominance (and homosexuality).
33 13 Dominance (and human evolution).
33 14 Dominance (and humiliation).
33 15 Dominance (innate).
33 16 Dominance (in insects).
33 17 Dominance (and insult).
33 18 Dominance (and leadership).
33 19 Dominance (and libido).
33 20 Dominance (male over female).
33 21 Dominance (male over male).
33 22 Dominance (in marriage).
33 23 Dominance (maternal).
33 24 Dominance (national).
33 25 Dominance (and paranoia).
33 26 Dominance (parental).
33 27 Dominance (paternal).
33 28 Dominance (pathology of).
33 29 Dominance (phylogenesis of).
33 30 Dominance (and pleasure).
33 31 Dominance (political).
33 32 Dominance (in primates).
33 33 Dominance (and priority).
33 34 Dominance (psychoanalytic theory of).
33 35 Dominance (psychology of).
33 36 Dominance (psychopathology of).
33 37 Dominance (racial).
34 1 Dominance (and ranking).
34 2 Dominance (and recognition).
34 3 Dominance (and records).
34 4 Dominance (and religion).
34 5 Dominance (and retaliation).
34 6 Dominance (and revenge).
34 7 Dominance (rewards of).
34 8 Dominance (and riots).
34 9 Dominance (and rivalry).
34 10 Dominance (and sadism).
34 11 Dominance (and selfishness).
34 12 Dominance (sexual).
34 13 Dominance (and sexual behaviour).
34 14 Dominance (and sexual behaviour in animals).
34 15 Dominance (situations).
34 16 Dominance (and social groups).
34 17 Dominance (and social organization).
34 18 Dominance (in stress situations).
34 19 Dominance (and submissiveness).
34 20 Dominance (and subordination).
34 21 Dominance (symbolic).
34 22 Dominance (and tension).
34 23 Dominance (and territoriality).
34 24 Dominance (theory of).
34 25 Dominance (in warfare).
34 26 Dominance (and weapons).
34 27 Door symbolism.
34 28 Dragons and dragon killers.
34 29 Dream pictures.
34 30 Dreams.
34 31 Dreams (in children).
34 32 Dreams (and culture).
34 33 Dress.
34 34 Dress (female).
34 35 Dress (male).
34 36 Drinking behaviour.
34 37 Drugs and behaviour.
34 38 Drums and drumming.
34 39 Duelling.
34 40 Ears.
34 41 Easter.
34 42 Egg symbolism.
34 43 Ego psychology.
34 44 Elation.
34 45 Elbows.
35 1 Emotional expression.
35 2 Endopsychic states.
35 3 Environmental hazards.
35 4 Envy.
35 5 Epimeletic behaviour.
35 6 Escape behaviour.
35 7 Escape behaviour (in animals).
35 8 Eschatology.
35 9 Et-Epimeletic behaviour.
35 10 Et-Epimeletic behaviour (in animals).
35 11 Ethics.
35 12 Ethology (animal).
35 13 Ethology (human).
35 14 Eucharist.
35 15 Evolution.
35 16 Evolution (human).
35 17 Existential philosophy.
35 18 Exploratory behaviour.
35 19 Eye behaviour (staring).
35 20 Eyes.
35 21 Face-Genital equation.
35 22 Faith (religious).
35 23 Families.
35 24 Family, psychology of.
35 25 Fancy dress.
35 26 Fans.
35 27 Fantasies (adult).
35 28 Fantasies (cultural).
35 29 Fantasies (erotic).
35 30 Fantasies (infantile).
35 31 Father Christmas.
35 32 Father figures and authority systems.
35 33 Fathers.
35 34 Fear.
35 35 Fear (and aggression).
35 36 Fear (and aggression in animals).
35 37 Fear (in animals).
35 38 Fear (and children).
35 39 Fear (and excitement).
35 40 Fear (and guilt).
35 41 Fear (in infants).
35 42 Fear (and libido).
35 43 Feather symbolism.
36 1 Feeding behaviour.
36 2 Feeding rituals (and bonding).
36 3 Feet.
36 4 Fellatio.
36 5 Female symbols.
36 6 Femininity.
36 7 Feral children.
36 8 Fertility symbolism.
36 9 Fetish.
36 10 Feuds.
36 11 Fighting.
36 12 Fingers (and finger nails).
36 13 Fire arms.
36 14 Fire symbolism.
36 15 Fish symbolism.
36 16 Fishing.
36 17 Fixations (psychological).
36 18 Flags and flag poles.
36 19 Fleur-de-Lis.
36 20 Flower symbolism.
36 21 Flying symbolism.
36 22 Foot behaviour.
36 23 Football (soccer).
36 24 Footwear (female).
36 25 Footwear (male).
36 26 Forts.
36 27 Fountains.
36 28 Freedom.
36 29 Freud, Sigmund.
36 30 Frigidity.
36 31 Frowning.
36 32 Fruit symbolism.
36 33 Frustration.
37 1 Function.
37 2 Fur.
37 3 Furniture.
37 4 Games symbolism.
37 5 Gardens.
37 6 Garters.
37 7 Genetics (and behaviour).
37 8 Gestures.
37 9 Ghosts.
37 10 Gin.
37 11 Girdles.
37 12 Gloves.
37 13 God (Christian).
37 14 Gods.
37 15 Gold symbolism.
37 16 Golf.
37 17 Graffiti.
37 18 Grain.
37 19 Greed.
37 20 Greeting behaviour.
37 21 Grief.
37 22 Groaning.
37 23 Grooming behaviour.
37 24 Grooming behaviour (in animals).
37 25 Group processes.
37 26 Groups.
37 27 Guardians (symbolic).
37 28 Guards of honor.
37 29 Guilt.
37 30 Hair (babies).
37 31 Hair (decorations).
37 32 Hair (female head).
37 33 Hair (female pubic).
37 34 Hair (general).
37 35 Hair (male body).
37 36 Hair (male facial).
37 37 Hair (male head).
37 38 Hallucinations.
37 39 Handbags (female).
37 40 Handbags (male).
37 41 Hands and arms.
37 42 Handshaking behaviour.
37 43 Hardness symbolism.
37 44 Harps.
37 45 Hat behaviour.
38 1 Hatred. Part I.
38 2 Hatred. Part II.
38 3 Hatred (in animals).
38 4 Hats (female: classical).
38 5 Hats (female: fancy).
38 6 Hats (female: folk).
38 7 Hats (female: historical).
38 8 Hats (female: modern).
38 9 Hats (female: primitive).
38 10 Hats (general).
38 11 Hats (male).
38 12 Hats (male: classical).
38 13 Hats (male: fancy).
38 14 Hats (male: folk).
38 15 Hats (male: historical).
38 16 Hats (male: military).
38 17 Hats (male: modern).
38 18 Hats (male: primitive).
38 19 Head behaviour.
38 20 Head symbolism.
38 21 Head-dress behaviour (male).
38 22 Head-dresses (symbolism of).
38 23 Headhunting.
38 24 Headhunting and beheading.
38 25 Heart symbols.
38 26 Heels.
38 27 Hell.
38 28 Herd behaviour.
38 29 High - Low symbolism.
38 30 Highness - Lowness symbolism.
38 31 Hinduism.
38 32 Homosexuality (in animals).
38 33 Homosexuality (female).
38 34 Homosexuality (institutionalized).
38 35 Homosexuality (male).
38 36 Hoops.
38 37 Hope.
38 38 Horned animals.
39 1 Horses.
39 2 Horseshoes.
39 3 Hostility.
39 4 Houses.
39 5 Huddling behaviour.
39 6 Humiliation.
39 7 Hunger.
39 8 Hunting.
39 9 Hunting (ritualized).
39 10 Hysteria (mass).
39 11 Id.
39 12 Identification.
39 13 Identification (and political processes).
39 14 Identification (in social groups).
39 15 Identity (loss of).
39 16 Imposters.
39 17 Impotence.
39 18 Imprinting.
39 19 Impulsive behaviour.
39 20 Impulsive behaviour (in animals).
39 21 Incest.
39 22 Incest (father-daughter).
39 23 Incest (father-son).
39 24 Incest (general).
39 25 Incest (mother-son).
39 26 Incest (sibling).
39 27 Incestuous behaviour (in animals).
39 28 Indians.
39 29 Infant behaviour.
39 30 Infantile sexuality.
39 31 Ingestive behaviour.
39 32 Inhibition.
39 33 Initiation.
39 34 Ink.
39 35 Inner states.
39 36 Insight.
39 37 Instinct theory.
39 38 Instinctive behaviour (fixed action patterns).
39 39 Insult.
39 40 Intention.
39 41 Intention movements.
39 42 Intention movements (in animals).
39 43 Intention (phylogenetic).
39 44 Interpretive behaviour.
39 45 Interpretive behaviour (in animals).
39 46 Intoxication.
39 47 Introjection.
39 48 Investigatory behaviour.
39 49 Islam.
39 50 Jazz.
39 51 Jealousy.
40 1 Jealousy (in animals).
40 2 Jerseys.
40 3 Jokes.
40 4 Joy.
40 5 Judgement.
40 6 Jugs.
40 7 Jung.
40 8 Key symbolism.
40 9 Kicking.
40 10 Kinship.
40 11 Kissing.
40 12 Kites.
40 13 Knees.
40 14 Knights.
40 15 Knives.
40 16 Labia symbolism.
40 17 Lace.
40 18 Lactation.
40 19 Lamps.
40 20 Landscape symbolism.
40 21 Language.
40 22 Language (evolution of).
40 23 Latency.
40 24 Laughter.
40 25 Leadership.
40 26 Learning behaviour.
40 27 Legs (female).
40 28 Legs (male).
40 29 Libido.
40 30 Libido (female).
40 31 Libido (female in primates).
40 32 Libido (male).
40 33 Licking.
40 34 Lifting up.
40 35 Lightning.
40 36 Lips and lipstick.
40 37 Lizard symbolism.
40 38 Loosness.
40 39 Looting.
40 40 Love.
40 41 Love (cathected).
40 42 Love (infantile).
40 43 Luck (including charms).
40 44 Lysergic acid.
40 45 Madonna.
40 46 Madonna and child.
40 47 Magic.
40 48 Malinowski, B.
41 1 Man, nature of.
41 2 Mania.
41 3 Mannerisms (verbal).
41 4 Marriage.
41 5 Marriage (parental restrictions of).
41 6 Martyrs.
41 7 Masculinity.
41 8 Masks.
41 9 Masochism.
41 10 Massacres.
41 11 Masturbation.
41 12 Masturbation fantasies.
41 13 Maternal behaviour.
41 14 Maternal behaviour (in animals).
41 15 Maternal behaviour (in primates).
41 16 Maternal deprivation.
41 17 Matricide.
41 18 Maturation.
41 19 Meaning.
41 20 Medals.
41 21 Melancholia.
41 22 Memory.
41 23 Memory (in birds).
41 24 Menstruation. Part I.
41 25 Menstruation. Part II.
41 26 Mental state.
41 27 Mermaids.
41 28 Methodology.
41 29 Milk symbolism.
41 30 Miracles.
41 31 Mirrors.
41 32 Mistakes.
41 33 Mistletoe.
41 34 Money.
41 35 Monkeys.
41 36 Mons veneris.
41 37 Mood (in animals).
41 38 Moods.
41 39 Moon symbolism.
41 40 Morals (the evolution of).
41 41 Mother (as bad object).
41 42 Mother figures.
41 43 Mother-infant bond.
41 44 Mother-infant bond (psychogenesis of).
41 45 Motor bikes.
41 46 Motor cars.
41 47 Mountains and mountaineers.
41 48 Mourning behaviour.
41 49 Mouth.
42 1 Murder.
42 2 Music.
42 3 Music (symbolism of).
42 4 Musical instruments.
42 5 Mutilation.
42 6 Mutiny.
42 7 Mystery.
42 8 Mythology.
42 9 Narcissism.
42 10 Nativity.
42 11 Nature.
42 12 Navels.
42 13 Neck ornamentation (female).
42 14 Neckties (male).
42 15 Necrophily.
42 16 Neonate behaviour (in animals).
42 17 Neurophysiology (and behaviour).
42 18 Neurosis and psychosis.
42 19 Nighties.
42 20 Nipples.
42 21 Noble savage (cult of).
42 22 Non-adaptive behaviour (in animals).
42 23 Nose.
42 24 Nudism.
42 25 Number symbolism.
42 26 Nuns.
42 27 Nursery rhymes.
42 28 Obedience (and disobedience).
42 29 Objects (bad).
42 30 Objects, bad (and animal behaviour).
42 31 Objects (good).
42 32 Objects (good and bad).
42 33 Objects (part).
42 34 Obscenity.
42 35 Observation (and the study of behaviour).
42 36 Obsessional behaviour.
42 37 Oedipal defiance.
42 38 Oedipus behaviour.
42 39 Oedipus complex (father-daughter).
42 40 Oedipus complex (father-son).
42 41 Oedipus complex (general).
42 42 Oedipus complex (marriage).
42 43 Oedipus complex (mother-daughter).
43 1 Oedipus complex (mother-son).
43 2 Oedipus situation (in animals).
43 3 Offering behaviour.
43 4 Oil symbolism.
43 5 Oligarchy.
43 6 Open-shirt symbolism.
43 7 Orality.
43 8 Orgasm.
43 9 Orgies.
43 10 Other directed personalities.
43 11 Out-stretched arms.
43 12 Pacifism.
43 13 Pain.
43 14 Pan.
43 15 Panic.
43 16 Paranoia.
43 17 Paranoid behaviour.
43 18 Parapraxis.
43 19 Parent figures (combined).
43 20 Parricide.
43 21 Paternal behaviour.
43 22 Patience.
43 23 Patrilineality.
43 24 Patriotism.
43 25 Peace.
43 26 Penance.
43 27 Penis envy.
43 28 Penis fear (female).
43 29 Penis fear (male).
43 30 Penis love.
43 31 Pens and pencils.
43 32 Perfumes.
43 33 Perversions.
43 34 Phallic pride.
43 35 Phallic symbolism.
43 36 Phallic women.
43 37 Phenomenology.
44 1 Picasso.
44 2 Pies.
44 3 Pipe behaviour.
44 4 Pipe symbolism.
44 5 Pirates.
44 6 Placation.
44 7 Plates.
44 8 Play.
44 9 Play (in animals).
44 10 Play face.
44 11 Playing cards.
44 12 Pleasurable states (in animals).
44 13 Pleasure - Pain principle.
44 14 Pockets (female).
44 15 Police.
44 16 Political behaviour.
44 17 Politics.
44 18 Politics (and aggression).
44 19 Politics (and dominance).
44 20 Politics (psychopathology of).
44 21 Pollution.
44 22 Population.
44 23 Possesion (spirit).
44 24 Pouting.
44 25 Prayer.
44 26 Preconcious process.
44 27 Predatory adaptation.
44 28 Predatory adaption (in animals).
44 29 Pregnancy.
44 30 Prejudice (racial).
44 31 Prejudice (religious).
44 32 Presenting (in human males).
44 33 Presenting (in primates).
44 34 Pride.
44 35 Primal scene.
44 36 Primates.
44 37 Primitive man.
44 38 Primitive mentality.
44 39 Profumo Affair.
44 40 Prohibitions.
44 41 Projection.
44 42 Prostitutes.
44 43 Psychoanalysis.
44 44 Psychosis.
44 45 Psychosomatic reactions.
44 46 Punishment.
44 47 Punishment (capital).
44 48 Punishment (corporal).
44 49 Punishment (of the self).
44 50 Punishment (symbolic).
44 51 Queue behaviour.
44 52 Race behaviour.
44 53 Racism.
44 54 Rage.
44 55 Rain symbolism.
44 56 Rank.
44 57 Rape.
45 1 Rationalization.
45 2 Reaction formation.
45 3 Reality situations.
45 4 Reality testing.
45 5 Recognition.
45 6 Redirection behaviour (in animals).
45 7 Regression (ontogenetic).
45 8 Regression (phylogenetic).
45 9 Releasers.
45 10 Releasers (in animals).
45 11 Releasers (sexual).
45 12 Releasers (sexual in primates).
45 13 Religion.
45 14 Religion, psychology of.
45 15 Religious behaviour.
45 16 Religious emotion.
45 17 Renunciation.
45 18 Reparation.
45 19 Repetitiveness (in behaviours).
45 20 Repressed (the return of the).
45 21 Repression.
45 22 Resentment.
45 23 Resistence.
45 24 Respect behaviour.
45 25 Ressurection.
45 26 Retaliation.
45 27 Revenge.
45 28 Revenge (in animals).
45 29 Riding (child on parent).
45 30 Riding symbolism.
45 31 Right-left symbolism.
45 32 Rings.
45 33 Riots.
45 34 Ritual.
45 35 Ritualized behaviour.
45 36 Ritualized behaviour (in animals).
45 37 Rivalry (sibling).
45 38 River symbolism.
45 39 Rocking.
45 40 Royalty.
45 41 Rugby.
45 42 Rugs, flying.
45 43 Rules.
45 44 Rythm.
45 45 Sacrifice.
45 46 Sadism.
45 47 Saints.
46 1 Salt symbolism.
46 2 Satan.
46 3 Sausages.
46 4 Schizophrenia.
46 5 Schizophrenia (catatonia).
46 6 Schizophrenia (thought).
46 7 Scientific method.
46 8 Scopophilia.
46 9 Scouts. Part I.
46 10 Scouts. Part II.
46 11 Scratching.
46 12 Screaming.
46 13 Sea symbolism.
46 14 Sedition. Part 1.
46 15 Sedition. Part 2.
46 16 Selfishness.
46 17 Semen symbolism.
46 18 Separation anxiety.
46 19 Seven symbolism.
46 20 Sexual behaviour.
46 21 Sexual behaviour (in animals). Part I.
46 22 Sexual behaviour (in animals). Part II.
46 23 Sexual behaviour (in children).
46 24 Sexual behaviour (hormonal control).
46 25 Sexual symbolism.
46 26 Shame.
46 27 Sharing.
46 28 Shell symbolism.
46 29 Shelter-seeking behaviour.
46 30 Shields.
46 31 Shocked states.
46 32 Shoulders.
46 33 Sibling behaviour.
46 34 Situational phenomena.
46 35 Skin symbolism.
46 36 Skipping.
46 37 Slavery.
46 38 Sleep.
46 39 Smell symbolism. Part I.
46 40 Smell symbolism. Part II.
46 41 Smiling.
46 42 Smiling (in infants and children).
46 43 Snake symbolism.
46 44 Sneezing.
46 45 Snobbery.
47 1 Soccer.
47 2 Social behaviour.
47 3 Social distance.
47 4 Social neurosis.
47 5 Social organization.
47 6 Socialization.
47 7 Socialization (primary).
47 8 Socialization, primary (in primates).
47 9 Sociology.
47 10 Socks (male).
47 11 Softness.
47 12 Souls.
47 13 Sound symbolism.
47 14 Spears.
47 15 Speech mannerisms.
47 16 Speed.
47 17 Spider symbolism.
47 18 Spittle and spitting.
47 19 Splitting.
47 20 Spoons.
47 21 Stabbing.
47 22 Stairs and staircases.
47 23 Staring.
47 24 Status.
47 25 Stealing.
47 26 Stones.
47 27 Streamers.
47 28 String symbolism.
47 29 Submissive behaviour. Part I.
47 30 Submissive behaviour. Part II.
47 31 Submissive behaviour (theory of).
47 32 Submissiveness and libido.
47 33 Succession.
47 34 Sucking behaviour.
47 35 Sucking behaviour (in animals).
47 36 Suffering.
47 37 Suicide.
47 38 Sun symbolism.
47 39 Super-ego.
47 40 Super-ego (and agression).
47 41 Super-ego (in animals).
47 42 Super-ego (and religion).
47 43 Super-ego (theory of).
47 44 Surprise.
47 45 Swallowing behaviour.
47 46 Swallowing behaviour (in animals).
47 47 Swings and swinging.
47 48 Swords.
47 49 Symbolic behaviour.
47 50 Symbolism (of the body).
47 51 Symbolism (general).
47 52 Symbolism (phylogenesis of).
47 53 Symbolism (theory of).
47 54 Sympathetic induction.
47 55 Symptom formation.
47 56 Tables.
47 57 Taboos.
47 58 Tails.
47 59 Tantrum behaviour (in animals).
47 60 Taste symbolism.
47 61 Tattooing.
47 62 Teasing.
47 63 Teeth.
47 64 Temperature symbolism.
47 65 Tension (emotional).
48 1 Territoriality.
48 2 Territoriality (and aggression).
48 3 Territoriality (in animals).
48 4 Territoriality (in primates).
48 5 Terror.
48 6 Testicles.
48 7 Threat behaviour.
48 8 Threat behaviour (in animals).
48 9 Threat behaviour (in primates).
48 10 Threat (symbolic).
48 11 Throwing up (of children).
48 12 Thunder symbolism.
48 13 Titles.
48 14 Tongue.
48 15 Tools (use by animals).
48 16 Torture.
48 17 Totem and Taboo.
48 18 Totemism.
48 19 Touching (men of girls).
48 20 Trance states.
48 21 Transference.
48 22 Transitional objects.
48 23 Transvestite behaviour.
48 24 Trauma (neurotic reactions).
48 25 Trauma (psycho-somatic reactions).
48 26 Tree symbolism.
48 27 Trembling.
48 28 Triumph behaviour.
48 29 Triumph behaviour (in animals).
48 30 Triumph behaviour (in birds).
48 31 Trophies.
48 32 Tyranny.
48 33 Umbrellas.
48 34 Unconcious behaviour.
48 35 Unconcious process.
48 36 Underwear (female).
48 37 Underwear (male).
48 38 Unicorns.
48 39 Uniform (military).
48 40 Uniforms (general).
48 41 Up-ness and down-ness symbolism.
48 42 Urine.
48 43 Vagina envy.
48 44 Vagina fear (male).
48 45 Vaginal symbols.
49 1 Values.
49 2 Vandalism.
49 3 Vanity.
49 4 Venus.
49 5 Victory behaviour.
49 6 Vigilance.
49 7 Violence (symbolic).
49 8 Virginity.
49 9 Visions.
49 10 Waists.
49 11 Warfare.
49 12 Water symbolism.
49 13 Waterfall symbolism.
49 14 Waving behaviour.
49 15 Weaning.
49 16 Weapons.
49 17 Weddings.
49 18 Weeping.
49 19 Wells.
49 20 Whiskey.
49 21 Wind symbolism.
49 22 Windows.
49 23 Witches.
49 24 Withdrawal behaviour.
49 25 Withdrawn states.
49 26 Womb symbolism.
49 27 Women (libidinized).
49 28 Women working.
49 29 Worshipping behaviour.
49 30 Yawning.
49 31 Yawning (in animals).
49 32 Yelling.

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Fieldnotes

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50 1 Notebook 1 - First Sa'anapu Visit, 1940 - 1943. Part 1.
50 2 Notebook 1 - First Sa'anapu Visit, 1940 - 1943. Part 2.
50 3 Notebook 2 - First Sa'anapu Visit.
50 4 Notebook 3 - First Sa'anapu Visit, 1940 - 1943. Part 1.
50 5 Notebook 3 - First Sa'anapu Visit, 1940 - 1943. Part 2.
50 6 Notebook 4 - First Sa'anapu Visit, 1940 - 1943.
50 7 Sa'anapu, Western Samoa, 1943 - 1966. Genealogical charts and miscellaneous notes.
51 1 Sa'anapu 1, 1966. February 15 - March 12.
51 2 Sa'anapu 2, 1966. March 12 - March 24.
51 3 Sa'anapu 3, 1966. March 25 - April 13.
51 4 Sa'anapu 4, 1966. April 14 - 16.
51 5 Sa'anapu 5, 1966. April 17 - May 2.
51 6 Sa'anapu 6, 1966. April 30 - May 8.
51 7 Sa'anapu 7, 1966. May 5 - 19.
51 8 Sa'anapu 8, 1966. May 19 - 31.
51 9 Sa'anapu 9, 1966. June 1 - June 13.
51 10 Sa'anapu 10, 1966. June 9 - 18.
51 11 Sa'anapu 11, 1966. July 18 - August 8.
51 12 Sa'anapu 12, 1966. August 8 - 16.
51 13 Sa'anapu 13, 1966. August 19 - 28.
51 14 Sa'anapu 14, 1966. August 29 - September 6.
51 15 Sa'anapu 15, 1966. September 6 - 15.
51 16 Sa'anapu 16, 1966. September 8 - 23.
51 17 Sa'anapu 17, 1966. September 19 - 20.
51 18 Sa'anapu 18, 1966. October 9 - 13.
51 19 Sa'anapu 19, 1966. October 9 - 31.
51 20 Sa'anapu 20, 1966. October 31 - November 26.
51 21 Sa'anapu 21, 1966. November 28 - December 24.
51 22 Sa'anapu 22, 1966 - 1967. December 25 - January 4.
52 1 Sa'anapu 23, 1967. January 1 - 9.
52 2 Sa'anapu 24, 1967. January 9 - 11.
52 3 Sa'anapu 25, 1967. January 11 - 12.
52 4 Sa'anapu 26, 1967. January 13 - 14.
52 5 Sa'anapu 27, 1967. February 14 - 24.
52 6 Sa'anapu 28, 1967. February 25 - March 18.
52 7 Sa'anapu 29, 1967. March 18.
52 8 Sa'anapu 30, 1967. March 31.
52 9 Sa'anapu 31, 1967. May 29 - July 2.
52 10 Sa'anapu 32, 1967. July 5 - 11.
52 11 Sa'anapu 33, 1967. July 14 - August 9.
52 12 Sa'anapu 34, 1967. August 12 - 14.
52 13 Sa'anapu 35, 1967. September 24 - December 26.
52 14 Sa'anapu 36, 1967. December 27.
52 15 Manu'a 1, 1967. September 6 - 13. Includes Tutuila.
52 16 Manu'a 2, 1967. September 13 - 17.
52 17 Savai'l, 1967. November 15 - 18.
52 18 Child Analysis 1.
52 19 Child Analysis 2.
53 1 Genealogies - Sa'anapu - Notebook 1, 1966 - 1967.
53 2 Genealogies - Sa'anapu - Notebook 2, 1966 - 1967.
53 3 'Aiga Book - Sa'anapu, 1967.
54 1 Village Book - Sa'anapu - Notebook 1, 1967.
54 2 Village Book - Sa'anapu - Notebook 2, 1967.

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55 1 A'ana - Agression (between siblings).
55 2 Aggression (control of) - Agriculture.
55 3 Aialaisa - Aivli.
55 4 Alafou - Arson.
55 5 Asetalia - Avoidance behaviour (and aggression).
55 6 Babies (feeding of) - Challenges.
55 7 Character - (anal) - Coconut symbolism.
55 8 Coital position - Cutting.
56 1 Dancing - Dog behaviour.
56 2 Dominance - Dominance (and orality).
56 3 Dominance (parental) - Dominance (situation).
56 4 Door Symbolism - Emotional behaviour.
56 5 Endogomy (village) - Factions (within village).
56 6 Faifeau - Flower symbolism.
56 7 Foma'i samoa - Guilt and Super ego.
56 8 Habit - Ifoga (psychology of).
57 1 Ila Mutu - Insult (verbal).
57 2 Intention - Knives (as weapons).
57 3 Lafo - Luma.
57 4 Mafaufau - Matai systems.
57 5 Maternal behaviour - Motivation (ulterior).
57 6 Mount Kin symbolism - Nu'usuatia.
57 7 Pleasurable objects - Punching.
57 8 Punishment - Rain symbolism.
58 1 Obedience - Play face.
58 2 Rank - Reconciliatory behaviour.
58 3 Redirection behaviour - Reproduction behaviour.
58 4 Rescue behaviour - Ritualized behaviour (theory of).
58 5 Rivalry - Savea Si'vleo (as father figure).
58 6 School masters - Shy behaviour.
58 7 Sibling behaviour - Structural change.
59 1 Sua Sua - Tantrum behaviour (theory of).
59 2 Taoa - Titles.
59 3 Toa - Values (theory of ).
59 4 Vandalism - Yawning behaviour.

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59 5 'Aiga - Vol. 1.
59 6 'Aiga - Vol. 2.
59 7 Adolescence.
60 1 Aggression (oral).
60 2 Aggression (redirected).
60 3 Aggressive behaviour - Vol. 1.
60 4 Aggressive behaviour - Vol. 2.
60 5 Aggressive behaviour - Vol. 3.
60 6 Aggressive behaviour - Vol. 4.
60 7 Aggressive behaviour - Vol. 5.
61 1 Aitu/ Aumaga/ Authority/ Avoidance behaviour (defiance of).
61 2 Ali'i and Tulafale.
61 3 Anality - Vol. 1.
61 4 Anapu Solofa v. Lea - Ana Fa'a Lolo.
61 5 Anapu Solofa and To'a Tolu.
61 6 Anapu Title, 1964.
61 7 Anger, Hatred, Rage.
61 8 'Ava ritual.
62 1 Beards/ Behaviour (theory of )/ Birth.
62 2 Biblical references.
62 3 Brother/ Sister avoidence, etc.
62 4 Character - Samoan (references to field notes).
62 5 Character - Samoan Vol. 1.
62 6 Character - Samoan Vol. 2.
62 7 Character - Samoan ethos.
62 8 Chieftainship - Vol. 1.
62 9 Chieftainship - Vol. 2.
62 10 Circumcision.
63 1 Contention situations - Vol. 1.
63 2 Contests/ Cooperative behaviour/ Custom (and behaviour)/ Culture (theory of ritualized behaviour).
63 3 Convention and rank (fieldwork refs).
63 4 Criminal behaviour (rape, assault, suidice, homicide).
63 5 Death/ Denial/ Destructive behaviour/ District organization/ Dreams and Dreming.
63 6 Deceptive behaviour.
63 7 Dominance - Vol. 1.
63 8 Dominance - Vol. 2.
64 1 Dominance - Vol. 3.
64 2 Dominance (and aggression).
64 3 Dominance (miscellaneous).
64 4 Economic behaviour.
64 5 Emotional behaviour.
64 6 Ethology (human) - Vol. 1.
64 7 Ethology (human) - Vol. 2.
65 1 Faifeau - Vol. 1.
65 2 Faifeau - Vol. 2.
65 3 Fear behaviour - Vol. 1.
65 4 Fono seating plans.
65 5 God and Satan - Vol. 1.
65 6 Ie Toga - Investigative behaviour.
65 7 Infant behaviour.
65 8 Insult - Vol. 1.
66 1 Insult - Vol. 2.
66 2 Intention.
66 3 Investigation - Apia.
66 4 Jealousy.
66 5 Kinship - Vol. 1.
66 6 Laughter.
66 7 Malietoa title/ Mata'afa tui atua/ Mood/ Moon symbol/ Mourning behaviour.
66 8 Manu'a, 1967.
67 1 Manu'a - Historical.
67 2 Marriage and Incest behaviour - Vol. 1.
67 3 Matai system.
67 4 Maternal behaviour - Vol. 1.
67 5 Maternal behaviour - Vol. 2.
67 6 Mead and Boas.
67 7 Mead excerpts.
67 8 Mother - Infant bond - Vol. 1.
68 1 Mulitalo title, Musu behaviour.
68 2 Nu'u.
68 3 Obedience/ Octopus/ Oedipal situation/ Orality.
68 4 Play behaviour, Pleasurable states, Population.
68 5 Political behaviour - Vol. 1.
68 6 Political behaviour - Vol. 2.
68 7 Political structure.
68 8 Provisional historical references.
68 9 Psychopathology.
69 1 Punishment - Vol. 2.
69 2 Punishment - Vol. 3.
69 3 Punitive behaviour.
69 4 Rank - Vol. 1.
69 5 Rank - Vol. 2.
69 6 Rape - Vol. 1.
69 7 Rape - Vol. 2.
70 1 Rape - Vol. 3.
70 2 Reconciliatory behaviour/ Repression/ Rivalry/ Road.
70 3 Religion I. January - June 1966.
70 4 Religion II. June - December 1966, January 1967.
70 5 Religion III. February - December 1967.
70 6 Respect behaviour. January - December 1966, January - December 1967.
70 7 Retaliatory behaviour.
71 1 Sa Lea'ana, 1967.
71 2 Sa Lea'ana, 1967.
71 3 Sa Tunama Fono. 1966, February - 1968, January.
71 4 Sa'anapu - Vol. 1, 1966. January - March.
71 5 Sa'anapu - Vol. 2, 1966. March - November.
71 6 Sa'anapu - Vol. 3. 1967, January - 1968, January.
71 7 Sa'anapu 'Aiga composition, 1967.
71 8 Sa'anapu 'Aiga composition, Tua, 1967.
72 1 Sa'anapu history, 1941 - 1967. Synthesized from historical sources and interviews.
72 2 Sa'anapu reproductive histories.
72 3 Sa'anapu and Sataoa - Vol. 1. March - October 1996.
72 4 Sa'anapu and Sataoa - Vol. 2. October - November 1966.
72 5 Samoa - General.
72 6 Sa'anapu General Notes, 1966. Part 1.
72 7 Sa'anapu General Notes, 1966. Part 2.
72 8 Samoa - Various topics.
73 1 Saofa'i of Manu'a. April 30, 1966.
73 2 Sexual behaviour - Vol. 1, 1966 - 1968.
73 3 Sexual behaviour - Vol. 2, 1966 - 1968.
73 4 Shame and Guilt. May - December 1966, January - December 1967.
73 5 Sharing/ Giving behaviour. June - December 1966, July 1967.
73 6 Sibling behaviour - Vol. 1.
73 7 Sibling behaviour - Vol. 2.
73 8 Social structure, 1966 - 1968.
73 9 Space and Territory.
73 10 Submissive behaviour. 1966, February - 1967, November.
73 11 Succession to chieftainship, 1967.
74 1 Suicide.
74 2 Sun symbolism, 1966 - 1968.
74 3 Super ego, Sedementary structure, 1966 - 1968.
74 4 Symbolism - Miscellaneous.
74 5 Tantrum behaviour.
74 6 Taupou system.
74 7 Tentative Summary, 1967. August 9th Sa'anapu fieldnotes with some analysis that summarizes cases of criminality and delinquency by age and gender.
74 8 Territorial behaviour.
74 9 Threat behaviour.
74 10 Tuigamala Ivala case.
75 1 Unpleasurable states (and behaviour), Pain (and behaviour).
75 2 Verbal behaviour. Paraphraxes, Gossip, Aggression (verbal), Rumor, Language.
75 3 Warfare and Head-hunting.
75 4 Weeping behaviour.

Historical Notes

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76 1 Index to Historical Notes, A-M.
77 1 Index to Historical Notes, M-Z.
78 1 Historical notes - Vol. 1, 1722 - 1831.
78 2 Historical notes - Vol. 2, 1832 - 1835.
78 3 Historical notes - Vol. 3.1, 1836 - 1837.
78 4 Historical notes - Vol. 3.2, 1837 - 1838.
78 5 Historical notes - Vol. 4, 1839 - 1840.
78 6 Historical notes - Vol. 5, 1840 - 1841.
79 1 Historical notes - Vol. 6, 1842 - 1844.
79 2 Historical notes - Vol. 7, 1845 - 1847.
79 3 Historical notes - Vol. 8, 1848 - 1853.
79 4 Historical notes - Vol. 9, 1854 - 1860.
79 5 Historical notes - Vol. 10, 1861 - 1869.
80 1 Historical notes - Vol. 11.1, 1870 - 1879.
80 2 Historical notes - Vol. 11.2, 1874 - 1882.
80 3 Historical notes - Vol. 12, 1883 - 1947.
80 4 Historical notes based on sources at the Manuscript Room, British Museum, 1947.
80 5 Samoan Migration to the Ellice Islands. Typescript note.

Research Notes

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81 1 Age of First Offence, 1963 - 1965. Notes, tabulation of data on delinquency, graphs comparing Samoan delinquency to U.S.
81 2 Biographical Details of Members of Parliament, 1964.
81 3 Church Groups in Sa'anapu, 1967. Data on membership recorded by Rev. Filipo Onosemo.
81 4 Drawings by Samoan children, 1967. Annotated drawings of Samoan scenes.
81 5 Ethnographic Analysis of the Samoan Language, 1940 - 1943. Typescript of word lists by domain with index and definitions.
81 6 Former Scholarship Students, 1967. Typescript list of students by job category. Also includes a table of education statistics.
81 7 Groupings in Sa'anapu, 1967. Manuscript list of names by type of group.
81 8 Hymns, 1942 - 1964.
81 9 Masks for Experimental Work on the Smiling Response, 1966 - 1967.
81 10 Mental Health in Samoa, 1968.
81 11 O Le Saofa'i Ua Uma Ona Faia I Le Suafa (Matai) Samoa, 1966. January 12. "The Dedication Upon Completion of High Chief Samoan Name." Official announcement of Freeman's receipt of a Samoan title, Logona-I-Taga.
81 12 Personal letters received by 'Aialaisa, a Young Girl of the Aiga of Lauvi Vainu'u, of Sa'anapu, Western Samoa., 1941 - 1942.
81 13 Place Names. Undated map of Savai'i and Upolu, Western Samoa, with names of villages.
81 14 Population data on Western Samoa.
81 15 Proverbs (Muagagana ma Alaga'upu).
81 16 Rorschach Tests, Samoa, 1967.
81 17 Samoa Bibliographic References, 1967. July. Supplied by Margaret Mead.
81 18 Sketches of Sa'anapu persons, 1967.

Samoa Bibliography

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82 1 Samoa Bibliography. Card file.

GENERAL NOTES

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83 1 AAA Reaction. Ref. groupthink.
83 2 Adaption/Adaptability.
83 3 Adolescence.
83 4 Adolescent Delinquency. Samoa, USA, etc.
83 5 Adolescent Girl in Samoa.
83 6 Aiga membership of village groups, 1967. Sa'anapu.
83 7 American Samoa.
83 8 Anthropological ideas, history of - Vol. 1.
83 9 Anthropological ideas, history of - Vol. 2.
83 10 Archives, N.R.C.
83 11 Aspects of the Mead Myth.
83 12 Authentic Accounts of Sexual Behavior in Samoa and the USA, in the 1920s.
83 13 Behavior, theory of.
84 1 Behaviorism - Vol. 1, 1913 - 1925.
84 2 Behaviorism - Vol. 2, 1926 - 1971.
84 3 Benedict and Mead.
84 4 Benedict, Ruth.
84 5 Biology, 1925.
84 6 Boas and Linton.
84 7 Boas and NRC.
84 8 Boas, Franz - 1.
84 9 Boas, Franz - 2.
84 10 Boas, Franz - 3.
85 1 Boas, Franz - Vol. 1.
85 2 Boas, Franz - Vol. 2.
85 3 Boas, Franz - Vol. 3.
85 4 Boas, Franz - Vol. 4.
85 5 Boas, Franz - Vol. 5.
85 6 Boas, Franz - Vol. 6.
85 7 Boas, Franz - Data on.
85 8 Boas, Franz - Ref, 1997.
85 9 Boas, Franz - Ref.
85 10 Boas School.
86 1 Boasian paradigm, 1971.
86 2 Boasians, disagreements among.
86 3 Boas' advice to Mead on the presentation of her results.
86 4 Boas' formal approval of Mead's reports.
86 5 Boas' involvement with the Nature/ Nurture issue.
86 6 Boas' possible private disquiet at Mead's extreme environmentalist conclusion.
86 7 Boas' responsibility for Mead's errors.
86 8 Campbell, Donald T.
86 9 Character (Samoan).
86 10 Christianity in Manu'a, 1925 - 1926.
86 11 Civilization, Ethics.
86 12 Cognitive delusion.
86 13 COMING OF AGE IN SAMOA. Part 1.
86 14 COMING OF AGE IN SAMOA. Part 2.
86 15 Controversy in science - Vol. 1.
87 1 Controversy in science - Vol. 2.
87 2 Cultural determinism.
87 3 Culture.
87 4 Culture (Theory and Evolution) - Vol. 1.
87 5 Culture (Theory and Evolution) - Vol. 2.
87 6 Culture (Theory and Evolution) - Vol. 3.
87 7 Culture and Human Nature - Introduction - Vol. 1.
87 8 Culture and Human Nature - Introduction - Vol. 2.
88 1 Culture and Human Nature - Critical Reappraisal.
88 2 Culture and Human Nature - Current Research.
88 3 Culture and Human Nature - Conclusions.
88 4 Culture and Human Nature, 1971. Outline of book, notes for foreward, old notes.
89 1 Culture and Human Nature in the Samoan Islands - Part 1. Card file index.
90 1 Culture and Human Nature in the Samoan Islands - Part 2. Card file index.
91 1 Cybernetics - Programs and Information.
91 2 Darwin - Vol. 1.
91 3 Darwin - Vol. 2.
91 4 Davenport, C. B, 1866 - 1944.
91 5 Determinism.
91 6 Dilthey, Wilhelm (1833-1911) and Theodor Waltz (1821-1864).
91 7 Effects of Kava.
91 8 Emergence of cultural determinism - Vol. 1. 773 B.C. - 1913 A.D.
91 9 Emergence of cultural determinism - Vol. 2, 1914 - 1927.
92 1 Emergence of cultural determinism - Vol. 3, 1928 - 1979.
92 2 Encyclopedias and the Like.
92 3 Eugenics (and Racism) - Vol. 1, 1865 - 1910.
92 4 Eugenics - Vol. 2, 1911 - 1915.
92 5 Eugenics - Vol. 3, 1916 - 1921.
92 6 Eugenics - Vol. 4, 1922 - 1952.
92 7 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 1, 1809 - 1864.
92 8 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 2, 1865 - 1869.
93 1 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 3, 1870 - 1975.
93 2 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 4, 1876 - 1877.
93 3 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 5, 1878 - 1882.
93 4 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 6, 1883 - 1888.
93 5 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 7, 1889.
93 6 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 8, 1890.
94 1 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 9, 1891 - 1893.
94 2 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 10, 1894 - 1908.
94 3 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 11, 1909 - 1913.
94 4 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 12, 1914.
94 5 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 13, 1915.
95 1 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 14, 1916 - 1917.
95 2 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 15, 1918 - 1921.
95 3 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 16, 1922.
95 4 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 17, 1923 - 1924.
95 5 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 18, 1925 - 1926.
95 6 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 19, 1927 - 1929.
95 7 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 20, 1930 - 1939.
95 8 Evolutionary theory - Vol. 21, 1940 - 1968.
96 1 Fallibilism.
96 2 General arguments of book, including possible titles.
96 3 General notes on how Mead spent her time in Samoa.
96 4 Genetics.
96 5 Goldenweiser.
96 6 Heiman's film and the testimony of Fa'apua'a.
96 7 Heresy, Science, Religion.
96 8 Hermeneutics: Meaning and Symbolism.
96 9 Hoaxing - General notes.
96 10 Hoaxing of Margaret Mead, miscellaneous notes.
96 11 Human evolution.
96 12 Human nature.
96 13 Hurricanes.
96 14 Ides of March.
96 15 Induction and Inductivism.
97 1 Influence on Boas of Virchow and Bastion.
97 2 Interactionism.
97 3 Interactionist paradigm.
97 4 Kindred, 1957 - 1958.
97 5 Kindred - Case Studies.
97 6 Kindred - Ethnographic Sources 1.
97 7 Kindred - Ethnographic Sources 2.
98 1 Kindred - Ethnographic Sources 3.
98 2 Kindred - Ethnographic Sources 4.
98 3 Kindred - Ethnographic Sources 5.
98 4 Kindred - Historical Sources 1.
98 5 Kindred - Historical Sources 2.
98 6 Kindred - Iban Notes, 1950. Research notes derived from Iban research.
99 1 Kindred - References, 1977.
100 1 Kindred - The Semantics of the Term.
100 2 Kroeber, A. L. - Vol. 1, 1896 - 1915.
100 3 Kroeber, A. L. - Vol. 2, 1916.
100 4 Kroeber, A. L. - Vol. 3, 1917 - 1970.
100 5 Kroeber as Boas.
100 6 Lamarckism: History of Lamarckian ideas.
100 7 Lowie, R.H.
101 1 Manuan attitudes to Mead circa 1982.
101 2 Mead I. Manu'a Samoan language.
101 3 Mead II.
101 4 Mead III. Doctrine of cultural determinism.
101 5 Mead IV. Tabula Rasa assumption.
101 6 Mead V. Psychological doctrines, anti-biological bias.
101 7 Mead VI. Methodology.
101 8 Mead, Margaret - Vol. 1. Her character and beliefs.
101 9 Mead, Margaret - Vol. 2. Her character and beliefs.
102 1 Mead, Margaret and Boas.
102 2 Mead, Margaret and E. S. C. Handy.
102 3 Mead, Margaret and Samoa - References.
102 4 Mead, Margaret - Biographical.
102 5 The Mead controversy - Vol. 1.
102 6 The Mead controversy - Vol. 2.
103 1 The Mead controversy - Vol. 3.
103 2 Mead excerpts - 1A.
103 3 Mead excerpts - 1B.
103 4 Mead excerpts - 1C.
103 5 Mead excerpts - 1D, Part 1.
103 6 Mead excerpts - 1D, Part 2.
103 7 Mead excerpts - 2A.
103 8 Mead excerpts - 2B.
104 1 Mead excerpts - 2C.
104 2 Mead excerpts - 3A.
104 3 Mead excerpts - 3B.
104 4 Mead excerpts - 3C.
104 5 Mead excerpts - 3D.
104 6 Mead excerpts - 3E.
104 7 Mead excerpts - 4A.
105 1 Mead, Margaret - Her personal fame.
105 2 Mead in the 1920s.
105 3 Mead - Miscellaneous notes.
105 4 Mead myth - Vol. 1, 1928 - 1950.
105 5 Mead myth - Vol. 2, 1951 - 1991.
105 6 Mead's Samoan research - Vol. 1.
105 7 Mead's Samoan research - Vol. 2.
105 8 Miscellaneous notes.
105 9 Misconceptions/ Mistakes/ Myths/ Cultural relativism.
106 1 Myth unmade.
106 2 Myths for investigation in Samoa. Bibliographic notes.
106 3 Nature vs. Nurture - Vol. 1, 1923. 8th century B.C.
106 4 Nature vs. Nurture - Vol. 2, 1924 - 1928.
106 5 Nature vs. Nurture - Vol. 3, 1929 - 1971.
106 6 Neuropeptides.
106 7 Paradigm issue.
106 8 Periods of Mead's researches on Ta'u.
106 9 Plan of Mead book, 1980 - 1981.
106 10 Popper's theory of worlds - 1, 2 and 3.
106 11 Post - Modernism.
107 1 Post - Refutation comments on Mead's coming of age in Samoa.
107 2 Repetitions - Vol. 1, 1928 - 1964.
107 3 Repetitions - Vol. 2, 1965 - 1983.
107 4 Samoa, 1981. Research notes.
107 5 Samoa and Margaret Mead for investigation, 1990.
107 6 Sapir, Edward.
107 7 Science and the critical method.
108 1 Social Darwinism.
108 2 Sociobiology - Vol. 1, 1971 - 1976.
108 3 Sociobiology - Vol. 2, 1977 - 1978.
108 4 Spencer - Vol. 1.
108 5 Spencer - Vol. 2, 1840 - 1889.
108 6 Spencer - Vol. 3, 1890 - 1902.
109 1 Spencer - Vol. 4.
109 2 Thunder unidentified notes - Vol. 1.
109 3 Thunder unidentified notes - Vol. 2.
109 4 Thunder unidentified notes - Vol. 3.
109 5 Thunder unidentified notes - Vol. 4.
109 6 Twelfth Pacific Science Congress.
109 7 Values (Samoan).
109 8 Various subject notes. Genetics, the brain, choice, Boasian culturalism, and evolution.
109 9 Wither anthropology.
109 10 The writing, revision and publication of SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF MANUA, 1927 - 1930.
109 11 Unfiled notes.
110 1 Bibliography - Card file.

WRITINGS BY FREEMAN

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111 1 Poems published in SPIKE, 1938. Photocopies of two poems published in the Victoria University of Wellington literary magazine. "Poem for a Friend Killed on Mt. Evans" and untitled.
111 2 On Chieftainship in Polynesia, 1947. Typescript seminar paper.
111 3 Social Structure of a Samoan Village Community, 1948. Freeman's master's thesis, University College, London. Typescript, pp.1-167.
111 4 Social Structure of a Samoan Village Community, 1948. Freeman's master's thesis, University College, London. Typescript, pp.138-333.
111 5 Joe Gimlet or Siovili Cult, 1959. Typescript draft, published in ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE SOUTH SEAS: ESSAYS PRESENTED TO H. D. SKINNER.
111 6 Concept of the Kindred, 1959. July. Typescript of paper.
111 7 Concept of the Kindred, 1960. September. Typescript draft of "On the Concept of Kindred," JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, v. 91, n. 2, (July-December 1961) pp. 192-220.
111 8 On the Concept of the Kindred, 1960. September. Notes on secondary sources.
111 9 On the Concept of the Kindred, 1960. September.
111 10 On the Concept of the Kindred, 1960. September. Notes on secondary sources.
111 11 On the Concept of the Kindred - H. W. Scheffler, "Kindred and Kindred Groups in Simbo Island Social Structure". Undated. Typescript. Also contains notes and paper by H. J. Leichter and F. Eggan.
111 12 On the Concept of the Kindred, 1960. September. Correspondence with B. Seligman, typescript "Culture and Social in Defining the Kindred," typescript, "Some Aspects of Iban - Molah Contact in West Kalimantan," (V. King).
112 1 On the Concept of the Kindred, 1960. September. Diagram "Classic Usage of the Concept of the Kindred from 367 B.C. to 1940 A. D.," postcard.
112 2 On the Concept of the Kindred, 1960. Photocopies of secondary sources.
112 3 On the Concept of the Kindred, 1960. September. Correspondence with J. E. Smart.
112 4 Review of ISLANDS OF PASSION, 1963. January 21. Includes cover letter to W.B. Fagg, editor of MAN.
112 5 Some Observations on Kinship and Political Authority in Samoa, 1964. June. Offprint. Published in the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 66(3) [Part 1]: 553-568.
112 6 Thunder, Blood and the Nicknaming of God's Creatures, 1968. Photocopy of article in THE PSYCHOANALYTIC QUARTERLY 37, pp. 353-359.
112 7 On the Believing of As Many As Six Things Before Breakfast, 1968. May. Two copies of typescript draft.
112 8 Human Nature and Culture, 1970. In MAN AND THE NEW BIOLOGY, pp. 50-75.
112 9 Biology, Race and Human Values, 1971. August. A paper presented in the Symposium On Racial Discrimination of the ACT Division of the United Nations Association of Australia on June 5, 1971. Typescript.
112 10 Culture and Human Nature: The Analysis of an Anthropological Myth - Introduction: Historical and Personal, 1971. January. Typescript.
112 11 Culture and Human Nature - The Historical Setting. Possibly rough notes for the 1971 manuscript.
112 12 Culture and Human Nature - Referee reviews, 1970 - 1971. March-June. Includes correspondence with Holt, Reinhart and Winston.
112 13 Culture and Human Nature - Critiques, 1971.
112 14 Human Population Ecology of Western Samoa: The Announcement of a Research Proposal, 1971. August 23. Typescript.
112 15 Review of THE IMPERIAL ANIMAL, 1973. Typescript. Appeared in SOCIAL BIOLOGY 20: pp. 479-81.
112 16 Functional Aspects of Aggression, Fear and Attachment in Anthropological Perspective, 1977. Typescript draft of paper presented.
112 17 On Sociobiology and Anthropology, 1977. Typescript draft of an article appearing in CANBERRA ANTHROPOLOGY 1(1): pp. 24-32.
112 18 Precursory View of the Anthropology of Choice, 1978. Typescript. Seminar paper. University of Sydney.
112 19 Sweet Analytics, 'Tis Thou Hast Ravished Me, 1978. May 24. Typescript, corrected draft and rough notes.
112 20 Brief Note on the So-Called "Aztec Calendar Stone", 1979. Typescript with correspondence, notes and newspaper article.
112 21 Location Not Yet Settled, 1979. September 25. CANBERRA TIMES.
112 22 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Preface and introduction.
113 1 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Introduction, 1981. Typescript. Includes front matter and table of contents.
113 2 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 1. Notes.
113 3 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 2. Notes.
113 4 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 2 (Waitz). Notes.
113 5 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 3. Notes.
113 6 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 4. Notes.
113 7 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 5. Notes.
113 8 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 6. Notes.
113 9 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 7. Notes.
113 10 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 8. Notes.
113 11 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 9. Notes.
114 1 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 11, 1983. Notes.
114 2 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 12. Notes.
114 3 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 12 - Christianity. Notes.
114 4 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 12 - Religion. Notes.
114 5 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 13. Notes.
114 6 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 14. Notes.
114 7 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 15. Notes.
114 8 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 15. Notes.
114 9 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 16. Notes.
114 10 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 16 - Sexual Behavior. Notes.
114 11 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 16 - Sexual Values and Sexual Behavior, 1981. Typescript draft of Chapter 16 of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA. Includes notes.
114 12 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 17. Notes.
114 13 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 17 - Adolescence. Notes.
114 14 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 18. Notes.
114 15 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 19. Notes. Part 1.
115 1 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 19. Notes. Part 2.
115 2 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 19. Notes. Part 3.
115 3 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 20.
115 4 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Boas. Notes.
115 5 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - The Boasian Paradigm.
115 6 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Critique of Mead. Quotations of Mead with Freeman's annotations.
115 7 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Eugenics I. Notes.
115 8 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Eugenics II. Notes.
115 9 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Internal Inconsistencies. Notes on COMING OF AGE IN SAMOA.
115 10 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Miscellaneous notes.
115 11 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Punishment.
115 12 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Racism. Notes.
115 13 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Rank and Competition. Notes.
115 14 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Samoan Society. Notes.
115 15 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Publication history of COMING OF AGE IN SAMOA, 1968 - 1979. Correspondence with publishers regarding Mead's book, especially sales figures.
115 16 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Referee reviews, 1981 - 1982. Reader comments from Yale, Princeton, Harvard, ANU, and friends.
115 17 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Revision. Notes towards a draft revision, circa 1982.
115 18 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Revision. Notes for revisions to the book by J.J. Fox and Freeman.
115 19 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Chapter 1 (New version), 1982. Undated notes on sources about Galton and Boas.
115 20 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Correspondence with publishers, 1980 - 1981. Including Academic Press and Princeton University Press.
115 21 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - General. Correspondence and notes relating to publication and release of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA.
115 22 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Dust jacket, 1983. Dust jacket and photocopy of blurbs.
115 23 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Maps and illustrations. Notes on final draft of "On Coming of Age in Samoa". Includes maps, sketches and notes on acknowledgements.
115 24 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Index. Typescript. Guidelines for indexing.
115 25 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Work Schedule. Notes, specimen photocopy of typescript page with corrections and typescript of table of contents.
116 1 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Publicity and marketing, 1982 - 1988. Letter to Harvard University Press by Le Tagaloa Leota Pita with blurb. Other blurbs include typescript catalog listings and related correspondence.
116 2 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Miscellaneous documents. Correspondence, notes and photocopies of excerpts of secondary sources.
116 3 University For Samoa, 1983. August 24. An address given at University of Samoa at Malua, Western Samoa.
116 4 On the Importance Of Samoan Studies : Derek Freeman Replies To Felix Wendt, 1983. October 5. Published in the SAMOA OBSERVER, October 5, 1983, pp. 3 and 15.
116 5 On the Emergence in the Behavioral and Human Sciences of an Interactionalist Paradigm, 1987. October 10. Typescript.
116 6 Sir Karl Popper, Refutation and Dr. Margaret Mead. Manuscript. Top copy.
116 7 Sir Karl Popper, Refutation and Dr. Margaret Mead, 1990. Manuscript of rough draft of 62 pages for reading on Tuesday, March 14, 1990.
116 8 Sir Karl Popper, Refutation and Dr. Margaret Mead - Notes and Sources. Handwritten rough notes.
116 9 Sir Karl Popper, Refutation and Dr. Margaret Mead - Karl Popper References, 1989. December. Library catalog printout with annotations.
116 10 Sir Karl Popper, Refutation and Dr. Margaret Mead - Karl Popper: Some References. Typescript of a Popper bibliography.
116 11 Sir Karl Popper, Refutation and Dr. Margaret Mead - Popper References Cards. Reference cards for Popper lecture.
116 12 Karl Popper and Postmodernism, 1994. September 27. Typescript of opinion article in THE CANBERRA TIMES.
116 13 Debate, At Heart, Is About Evolution, 1996. Photocopy of chapter in THE CERTAINTY OF DOUBT, TRIBUTES TO PETER MUNZ. M. Fairburn and W.H. Oliver, eds.
116 14 Debate, At Heart, Is About Evolution - Correspondence regarding the draft, 1995. Letters from recipients of drafts of Freeman's article.
116 15 Human Nature Is an Evolutionary Process, 1996. June 1. Letter to the editor of THE AUSTRALIAN.
116 16 Derek Freeman: Reflections of a Heretic, 1996. Autumn. Printout of article in THE EVOLUTIONIST.
116 17 Dawkins Not Flashy, 1996. October 5. Letter to the editor of THE CANBERRA TIMES.
116 18 Remarks Given for the Mike Green exhibit at the Solander Gallery, 1996. October 26. Typescript.
116 19 Foreward, 1997. IN THE COMING OF THE GODS, James Jamut Masing.
116 20 Fighting Genes, 1998. January, 17. Letter to the editor of the NEW SCIENTIST.
116 21 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Dramatis Personae. Notecards.
116 22 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Prospective Table of Contents, 1993. Typescript.
116 23 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Cover and graphics, 1999. Cover, photocopies of cover and photocopies of graphics used in the book.
116 24 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Reviews, 1999. February-March. Reviews of the book from several newspapers.
116 25 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Notes for afterword. Handwritten notes for a draft.
117 1 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Notes for Chapters 11 and 13. Handwritten notes for a draft.
117 2 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Notes for Chapter 14. Handwritten notes toward a draft. Folder 1 of 2.
117 3 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Notes for Chapter 14. Handwritten notes for a draft. Folder 2 of 2.
117 4 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Acknowledgements. Names for inclusion in the acknowledgements.
117 5 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Possible publishers, 1993. Photocopy of Literary Market Place 1993, a directory of publishing houses. Includes Freeman's shortlist and letter from Rutgers University Press.
117 6 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Nominated referees. Freeman's notes on his suggestions for anonymous reviewers.
117 7 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Comments on the draft. Typescript of itemized queries and requests for clarification.
117 8 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Revision notes. Handwritten notes and annotated excerpts of published sources for the revision of FATEFUL HOAXING.
117 9 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Diacritics. Notes on diacritic characters needed in the text.
117 10 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Queries reference illustrations, 1998. February 8. Notes on illustrations nominated by Freeman for inclusion in the book.
117 11 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Correspondence regarding permissions, 1998. Letters sent to various copyright holders regarding permission to reproduce illustrations.
117 12 FATEFUL HOAXING OF MARGARET MEAD (1999) - Westview Press Catalogue, 1998. Fall. Photocopy of advertisement.
117 13 Letter to the editor of THE CANBERRA TIMES, 1999. Typescript and article, "The Course of Biography," to which the letter responds.
117 14 Biology of Human Behavior, 2000. March 24. Letter to the editor of THE CANBERRA TIMES.
117 15 Letter to the editor of the AUSTRALIAN'S REVIEW OF BOOKS, 2000. August. Typescript. Responds to a July 2000 review by Faust. Includes draft.
117 16 Afterword: Rough Notes And References. Undated. Collection of notes on sources which argue for interactionist approach to behavior.
117 17 Anatomy of Mind - Salient.
117 18 Draft letter to the editor of MAN. A rejoinder to a letter by Leeds.
117 19 For the Bulletin. Possible typescript summary of Freeman's lecture, "The Question of Questions."
117 20 From My Diaries of the 1960s, etc. Inspirational quotations.
117 21 From My Diaries of 1977. Inspirational quotations.
117 22 From My Diaries of 1994 and 1995. Undated. Manuscript.
117 23 Happening Frightening to Both Ghosts and Men. Handwritten rough notes.
117 24 Karo Songs in Canberra. Typescript.
117 25 Oedipus Complex in Samoa - Rough notes. Includes photocopy of Margaret Mead's "Cultural Contexts of Puberty and Adolescence."
117 26 Neo-Darwinian Zeitgeist of the 1990s: Some Key References. Typescript bibliography.
117 27 Review of the Samoan Journals of John Williams. Undated. Typescript.
117 28 Review of TRADITION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH. Typescript.
117 29 Truth Management. Typescript.
117 30 Where Terms of Ceremony Fly Thick as Oaths - Notes. Handwritten notes.
117 31 Where Terms of Ceremony Fly Thick as Oaths - Rough Notes. Shorter handwritten notes.
117 32 Unaddress letter to the editor. Typescript. Replies to an article on verbal behavior by Faris written in Sa'anapu, 1966-68.
118 1 Unidentified partial typescript. Missing first page.
118 2 Unidentified partial typescript. Possibly a narrative field note.
118 3 Unidentified typescript draft excerpt. Corrections in Freeman's hand. Includes Freeman's notes.

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118 4 Freeman Obituaries, 2001. Obituaries from several newspapers, collected by Freeman's family.
118 5 Anthropologist Franz Boas: He Translated the World's Gestures, 1936. May 11. TIME MAGAZINE, v.27 no.19: 37-42.
118 6 Anthropology of Franz Boas, 1959. Walter Goldschmidt, editor. MEMOUR 89. Volume 61 (5), part 2.
118 7 Appell, George - "British vs. American-Trained Ethnographers", 1989. September. Published in ANTHROPOLOGY NEWS, pp. 48-39. Includes typescript.
118 8 Appell, George - "Facts, Fiction, Fads and Follies: But Where is the Evidence?", 1989. March. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 91 (1) 195 - 98.
118 9 Appell, George - "Freeman's Refutation of Mead's COMING OF AGE IN SAMOA: The Implications for ... Typescript.
118 10 Ashmole, Myrtle J. - "Guide to the Birds of Samoa", 1963. Typescript.
118 11 Ashworth, J.M. - "The Darwin Seminars", 1995. November 30. Typescript summarizing the London School of Economics Darwin Seminar Series and list of past seminars.
118 12 AUSTRALIAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY NEWSLETTER, 1988. August.
118 13 Australian Associated Press - "Samoans Outraged by Male Stripper", 1987. October 6. Australian Associated Press wire report.
118 14 Badcock, Christopher - "Beyond Nature, Nurture and Neurosis: A New View of Genes, Development and the Mind". Typescript of introduction and front matter.
118 15 Bailey, Kent - "The Dragonslayer". Typescript draft of a response to a book review. Includes photocopy of the review.
118 16 Bailey, Kent - "Human Paleopsychopathology: The Nature - Culture Interplay in Sexual Anomalies". Typescript. Includes covering note.
118 17 Bailey, Kent - "Phylogenetic Regression and the Problem of Rape Motivation". Typescript. Includes covering note.
118 18 Baker, Paul - "Environment and Migration on the Small Islands of the South Pacific", 1977. Published in "Human Population Problems in the Biosphere" (MAB Technical Notes 3).
118 19 PACIFIC STUDIES REVIEW, 1983. Fall. Includes reviews by Thelma S. Baker, James R. Bindon, Jacob Wainwright Love, and a reply by Bradd Shore.
118 20 Bargatzky, Thomas - "Evolution, Sequential Hierarchy, and Areal Integration: The Case of Traditional...". Undated. Typescript, possibly printed in COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPLEX SOCIETIES. J. Glendhill, B. Bender, M. Larsen, editors.
118 21 Bargatzky, Thomas - "'Only a Name': Family and Territory in Samoa", 1986. Typescript.
118 22 Bartley, W.W. - "A Popperian Harvest", 1982. Photocopy of article in, IN PURSUIT OF TRUTH, pp. 249-289.
118 23 Barunga, Albert - Untitled typescript. Undated. Includes cover letter, possibly draft of autobiography.
118 24 Baum, William - "Being Concrete About Culture and Cultural Evolution", 1999. Typescript. Includes cover letter and two offprints.
118 25 BBC TV Shakespeare - "The Comedy of Errors", 1984. Text of play, with preface, introduction and notes on production.
118 26 Beaglehole, Ernest - "The Nature of Human Nature", 1963. Typescript of lecture.
118 27 Beaglehole, Ernest - "The Third Culture in New Zealand: Human Nature and Conduct", 1964. Photocopy of article from PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND, v. 92, pp. 86-96.
119 1 Bickerton, Derek - "Genes 'R' Us", 1998. September 20. Published in the NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF BOOKS.
119 2 Bidney, David - "Human Nature and Cultural Process", 1947. Photocopy from the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST (new series) 49(3): pp. 375-399.
119 3 Bindon, James - "Growing Fat in Samoa: Modernization and Samoan Obesity". Undated typescript.
119 4 Boas, Franz - "Anthropology", 1907. Photocopy of an offprint from SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY AND ART, pp. 5-29.
119 5 Boas, Franz - "The Coast Tribes of British Columbia". Published in SCIENCE, vol. 9, no. 216, pp. 288 - 89.
119 6 Boas, Franz - "Curriculum Vitae". Undated. Photocopied typescript from the Franz Boas Papers, Philosophical Society Library.
119 7 Boas, Franz - "Dissemination of Tales Among the Natives of North America", 1891. Published in JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE 4: 13 - 21.
119 8 Boas, Franz - "Fallacies of Racial Inferiority", 1926. Published in CURRENT HISTORY 25: 676-82.
119 9 Boas, Franz - "Fourth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology", 1887. June, 17. Published in SCIENCE, pp. 597-598.
119 10 Boas, Franz - "The Growth of Indian Mythologies", 1896. Published in JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE 9: 1-11.
119 11 Boas, Franz - Introduction to PATTERNS OF CULTURE, 1934. Photocopy. Includes note on Benedict by Freeman. pp. xi-xiii.
119 12 Boas, Franz - "A Journey in Cumberland Sound and of the West Shore of Davis Strait In 1883 and 1884", 1884. Published in AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY BULLETIN 16: 242-72.
119 13 Boas, Franz - "Museums of Ethnology and Their Classification", 1887. Published in SCIENCE, vol. 9, no. 228, p. 587.
119 14 Boas, Franz - "The People of Central Africa", 1887. May 27. Published in SCIENCE, p. 523.
119 15 Boas, Franz - "Poetry and Music of Some North American Tribes", 1887. April 22. Published in SCIENCE, pp. 383 - 85.
119 16 Boas, Franz - "Psychological Problems In Anthropology", 1910. Published in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 21: 371-84.
119 17 Boas, Franz - "The Relations Between Physical and Social Anthropology". Undated. Published in ANTHROPOLOGY, pp. 15-17.
119 18 Boas, Franz - "The Serpent Among the Northwest American Indians", 1887. June 24. Published in SCIENCE, vol. 9, no. 229, pp. 606-607.
119 19 Boas, Franz - Various papers.
119 20 Bouchard, Thomas J. - "Behavior Genetic Studies of Intelligence, Yesterday and Today: The Long Journey...", 1995. Typescript. The 1995 Galton Lecture.
119 21 Bouchard, Thomas J. et al - "Development in Twins Reared Apart: A Test of the Chronogenetic Hypothesis", 1986. Typescript.
119 22 Bouchard, Thomas J. - "Diversity, Development and Determinism: A Report on Identical Twins Reared Apart", 1986. Typescript.
119 23 Bouchard, Thomas J. - "Genetic and Environmental Determinants of Information Processing and Special Mental...". Typescript.
119 24 Bouchard, Thomas J. - "Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart". Typescript information for study participants.
119 25 Bouchard, Thomas J. and David T. Lykken - "Genetic and Environmental Influence on Correlates of Creativity", 1995. Typescript.
119 26 Bouchard, Thomas J. and Matt McGue - "Genetic and Environmental Influences on Human Behavioral Differences", 1998. Page proofs of an article. ANNUAL REVIEWS IN NEUROSCIENCE 21: 1-24.
119 27 Brim, John A. and David A. Spain - "Research Design: Some Anthropological Examples", 1974. Photocopy of chapter 3 in RESEARCH DESIGN IN ANTHROPOLOGY, pp. 31-37.
119 28 Brunton, Ron - "False Culture Syndrome", 1996. Photocopy. Published in the IPA BACKGROUNDER, v. 8, no. 2, pp. 1-10.
119 29 Brunton, Ron - "The Hindmarsh Island Bridge and the Credibility of Australian Anthropology". Typescript.
119 30 Bunzl, Matti - "Franz Boas and the Humboldtian Tradition", 1996. Photocopy from HISTORY OF ANTHROPOLOGY, v. 8, pp. 17-78. Includes front matter.
119 31 Bush, George - "Proclamation 6158: Decade of the Brain, 1990-1999", 1990. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents.
119 32 Calnon, William Lee - "Seeing the South Sea Islands", 1926. New York: Grafton Press. pp. 116, 126-129.
119 33 CANBERRA TIMES - "Virgin Vision Fuels Religious Fire in Samoa", 1997. Wire report published in January 25, 1997, issue of CANBERRA TIMES.
119 34 Carroll, Joseph - "Evolution and Literary Theory", 1994. Page proofs. Excerpts of conclusion, chapters 7 and 12. Includes notes and WASHINGTON TIMES book review.
119 35 Carroll, Joseph - "Reduction and Complexity in Literary Representation", 1997. Typescript.
119 36 Carroll, Joseph - "Theory, Anti-Theory and Empirical Criticism". Typescript.
119 37 Carroll, Joseph - "Universals in Literary Study". Typescript.
119 38 Center for the Mind - Vision Statement, 1997. Typescript of two page circular.
119 39 Chandler, David L. - "Comet Left Bigger Dent Than Thought, Scientist Say", 1993. September 17. Published in the BOSTON GLOBE. News article mentioning Margaret Mead.
119 40 Cheney, Lynn V. et al. - "Telling the Truth", 1995. Photocopy.
119 41 Ciba Foundation - Program and Synopses of Papers, 1996. October 28. Booklet for conference entitled, "Characterizing Human Psychological Adaptations."
119 42 Clanon, Jeff - Report on Mental Health in Western Samoa, 1967. December 21. Typescript. Includes correspondence and supplemental material.
119 43 Clifford, James - "On Ethnographic Allegory", 1986. From WRITING CULTURE: THE POETICS AND POLITICS OF ETHNOGRAPHY, J. Clifford, G. Marcus, editors. University of California Press. pp. 98-121.
120 1 Cole, Douglas - "'A Certain Work Lies Before Me': The Early Years of Franz Boas, 1858-1906", 1995. Typescript, pp. 1-185. Includes Freeman's notes on Boas.
120 2 Cole, Douglas - "'A Certain Work Lies Before Me': The Early Years of Franz Boas, 1858-1906", 1995. Typescript, pp. 186-364.
120 3 Cole, Douglas - "'A Certain Work Lies Before Me': The Early Years of Franz Boas, 1858-1906", 1995. Typescript, pp. 365-532.
120 4 Cook, P. H. - "Mental Structure and the Psychological Field: Human Observations". Typescript.
120 5 Cook, Peter S. - Publications List. Typescript.
120 6 Cressman, Luther - Excerpts from A GOLDEN JOURNEY, 1988. From A GOLDEN JOURNEY: MEMOIRS OF AN ARCHAEOLOGIST, University of Utah Press.
120 7 Crews, Douglas and Patricia MacKeen - "Adiposity-Related Mortality in American Samoa", 1980. April 16. Paper presented at the 1980 meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology. Typescript.
120 8 Crocombe, Ron - Fieldwork In Samoa, 1960. January. Notes and records originally belonging to Crocombe. Part 1.
120 9 Crocombe, Ron - Fieldwork in Samoa, 1958 - 1960. Notes and records originally belonging to Crocombe. Part 2.
120 10 Cronk, Lee - "Righting Culture: Anthropology, Ethnography and Science". Typescript.
120 11 Daly, Martin and Margo Wilson - "Homicide", 1988. Excerpt. Aldine de Gruyter, New York. pp. 149-156.
120 12 Dammery, David - "Western Samoa : A Medical Travelogue", 1983. October 23. Typescript.
120 13 D'Andrade, Roy - "The Sad Story of Anthropology, 1950-1999", 1999. Typescript.
120 14 Danielsson, Bengt - "In Memoriam: Roy Rappaport", 1997. ASSOCIATION FOR SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY IN OCEANIA NEWSLETTER #99, pp. 1, 21-22.
120 15 Dawkins, Richard - "Louts and Swots", 1994. September 17. Photocopy of letter to the editor of THE SPECTATOR, pp. 30-31.
121 1 Dissanayake, Ellen - "Dare To Read This Book". Typescript. Book Review of Carroll's "Evolution and Literary Theory."
121 2 Dorsey, George A. - "Methods and Principles", 1925. Book review of A. L. Kroeber's ANTHROPOLOGY, 1923. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGY, v. 27, pp. 558-560.
121 3 Dropulich, Sylvia - "A Heretic's Life Full of Important Realizations", 1996. May 29. Published in ANU REPORTER, p. 9.
121 4 Duncan, L.S.W. - "Crime by Polynesians in Auckland: An Analysis of Charges Laid Against Persons in 1966", 1970. July. Excerpts of M. A. thesis, pp. 93-190. University of Auckland.
121 5 Duranti, Alessandro - "The FONO: A Samoan Speech Event", 1981. Typescript.
121 6 Eibl-Eibesfeldt, Ireanies - "The Evolution of Familiarity and Its Consequences", 1997. Typescript. Chapter in VIOLENCE: FROM BIOLOGY TO SOCIETY, J. S. Grisiola, ed.
121 7 Ekman, Paul - Unidentified. Photocopy of excerpt. Includes cover note.
121 8 Ember, Melvin - "Commercialization and Political Change in American Samoa", 1963. Typescript. Chapter submitted for EXPLORATIONS IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, W. Goodenough, ed.
121 9 Ember, Melvin - "The Nonunilinear Descent Groups of Samoa", 1959.
121 10 Fardon, Richard - Untitled Report, 1987. Published in ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY 3(3): 17-18.
121 11 Feinberg, Richard - "Anuta: A Polynesian Outlier in the Solomon Islands", 1973. June. Typescript.
121 12 Feinberg, Richard - "Margaret Mead and Samoa: COMING OF AGE in Fact and Fiction", 1988. September. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 90 (3): 656-662.
121 13 Feinberg, Richard - "Order Form for Polynesian Seafaring and Navigation: Ocean Travel in Anutan Culture...", 1988.
121 14 Feinberg, Richard - "Spatial Symbolism and the Logic of Rank on Two Polynesian Outliers". Undated. Published in ETHNOLOGY, pp. 291-310.
121 15 Feinberg, Richard, 1978 - 1988. Includes "Anuta Problem: Local Sovereignty and National Integration in the Solomon Islands" MAN (U.S.) 21: 238 - 52; "Anutan Epistemology: The Roots of 'Knowledge' on a Polynesian Outlier." MICRONESICA 14(2): 127-37, "Rank and Authority on Anuta Island."
121 16 Field, Michael - Review of SOME RECOLLECTIONS OF EARLY SAMOA, 1987. September. Published in JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY 96 (3): 407-409.
121 17 Filsinger, Erik - "Biology Reexamined: The Quest for Answers", 1988. Photocopy of Chapter 1 in BIOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE FAMILY, pp. 9-38.
121 18 Fleck, James - "Evolving Artifacts?: Variation, Selection and Adaptation". Typescript.
121 19 Flew, Antony - Excerpts from THINKING ABOUT SOCIAL THINKING: THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES, 1985. pp. 7-9,153.
121 20 Fox, James - "Origin, Descent and Precedence in the Study of Austronesian Societies", 1988.
121 21 Fox, Robin - "Encounter with the Inquisitors: The Seville Declaration on Violence and After". Typescript.
121 22 Frank, Robert and Philip Cook - "Economic Justice in a Winner-Take-All Society". Typescript.
121 23 Fraser, John - "Folk-Songs and Myths From Samoa", 1938. A series of articles from "Report of the Alexander Turnbull Library."
121 24 Fraser, John - "Some Folk-Songs and Myths from Samoa", 1896 - 1900. Published in the JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY. A collection of translated folksongs and myths published serially, separated into booklets.
121 25 Froggatt, Walter W. - "Pests and Diseases of the Coconut Palm". Offprint. In SCIENCE BULLETIN, no. 2, 3rd edition, pp. 5-62.
121 26 Frost, Janet - "Summary Report of Archaeological Investigations on Tutuila Island, American Samoa", 1975. Typescript.
121 27 Gardner, Howard - "Margaret Mead: An Observer of Diverse Cultures Educates Her Own", 1995. Photocopy of Chapter 4 from LEADING MINDS: AN ANATOMY OF LEADERSHIP, pp. 69-88. Includes front matter.
121 28 Gazzaniga, Michael S. - "What Are Brains For?", 1996. Typescript chapter in THE SCIENCE OF THE MIND, ed. R. Solso.
121 29 Gell, Alfred - "The Epidemiology of Tatooing in Oceania". Undated. Typescript.
121 30 Gellner, Ernest - "Conscious Confusion", 1988. April 22. Published in the TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT.
121 31 Gluckman, Max - "A Bandwagonload of Monkeys". Undated. Typescript submitted to the NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, ca. 1972.
121 32 Green, Roger C. - "Summary and Conclusion", 1967.
122 1 Green and Davidson, Vol. 2, Bulletin, No. 7, 1974. Unidentified article excerpts, with enclosed letter.
122 2 Grosskurth, Phyllis - Margaret Mead, 1988. Photocopy of excerpts.
122 3 GUARDIAN - "Prophet of Social Evolution Has Weathered the Storm". Newspaper clipping.
122 4 Haldane, J.B.S. - "Cancer is a Funny Thing". Typescript.
122 5 Hamilton, Alan - "The Loaded Question of Dice", 1988. Newspaper article on Popper. Source unknown.
122 6 Hamilton, W.M. and L.I. Granger - "The Soils and Agriculture of Western Samoa", 1938. In the NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 19(10): pp. 593-624.
122 7 Harbison, Sarah F. and Marjorie E. Weishaar - "Samoan Migrant Fertility: Adaptation and Selection", 1980. Typescript.
122 8 Harrison, Tom - "Carbon-14 Dated Palaeoliths From Borneo", 1958. Published in NATURE 181, p. 792. Contains two handwritten notes.
122 9 Henry, Fred - "Elementary Geography of the Samoan Islands and Tokelau". Pamphlet, pp. 27-32, 41-52 and errata.
122 10 Herdt, Gilbert - Review of OEDIPUS IN THE TROBRIANDS. Typescript.
122 11 Hiatt, Les - "Universities of the Future". Typescript.
122 12 Hicks, Roger - GREAT OCEAN Excerpt, 1990. Photocopy of two pages from a book about the Dalai Lama.
122 13 Holmes, Lowell D. - "The Samoan Kava Ceremony", 1961 - 1973. Includes "Methods in Polynesian Ethnography," published in UNIVERSITY OF WICHITA BULLETIN 50; and "Decision Making in a Samoan Village."
122 14 Hopkins, Gerard Manley - Poems. Contains "God's Grandeur," "Binsey Poplars," "The Windhover," "The Caged Lark," "The Wreck of hte Deutschland," "Carrion Comfort," "Spring and Fall," "The May Magnificat," "Peace," "Felix Randall," "Hurrahing in Harvest," "Henry Purcell," "Spelt from Sibyl's Leaves," "The Candle Indoors," "The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo," "The Habit of Perfection," and "To R. B."
122 15 Holzinger, Karl J. - "The Relative Effect of Nature and Nurture Influences on Twin Differences", 1929. April. In the THE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 20(1): pp. 241-248.
122 16 Houston, Jean - "A Mythic Life", 1996. Excerpts.
122 17 Howard, Jane - "Angry Storm Over the South Seas of Margaret Mead", 1983. April. SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE, pp. 67-74.
122 18 Howard, Jane - Review of MARGARET MEAD: A LIFE, 1984 - 1985. Includes several reviews of WITH A DAUGHTER'S EYE (1984) by Mary Catherine Bateson, and reviews of books about Margaret Mead, 1978-1989.
122 19 Hudson, Liam - "Telling the Truth", 1994. December 4. Typescript.
122 20 HUMAN ETHOLOGY NEWSLETTER, 1988. December.
122 21 Huxley, Thomas H. - "Evolution and Ethics", 1894. Photocopy from COLLECTED ESSAYS, pp. 46-116.
122 22 Jackson, Michael - "Australia". Photocopy of a short poem.
122 23 Jaffe, A.J. - "Ogburn, William Fielding", 1968. INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES, v. 11, pp. 277-281.
122 24 Jarvie, Ian C. - "Alpbacher Portraits", 1988. Photocopy of an article, "Krise Der Moderne?," pp. 417-427.
122 25 James, Gary - "The Effects of Modernization on Patterns of Assortative Mating in a Polynesian Population", 1980. Typescript of paper presented at the 1980 meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology.
122 26 Jarvie, Ian C. - "Anthropology as Science and the Anthropology of Science and of Anthropology", 1984. Photocopy. In PSA, pp. 745-763.
122 27 Jarvie, Ian C. - "Explanation, Reduction and the Sociological Turn in the Philosophy of Science or Kuhn as...", 1988. In CENTRIPETAL FORCES, pp. 299-320.
122 28 Jennings, H.S. - "Nature and Nurture: The Biological Point of View", 1931. April 1. Published in THE SURVEY 66(1).
122 29 JOURNAL OF DELINQUENCY - Table of contents, vol. 1-8, 1917 - 1923. Photocopy.
122 30 Kallen, Horace M. - "Psychoanalysis", 1934. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES, v. 12, pp. 580-588.
122 31 Kardiner, Abram and Edward Preble - "They Studied Man," Excerpts, 1962. Secker and Warburg. pp. 136-139.
122 32 Keene, Dennis T.P. - "Houses Without Walls: Samoan Social Control". Typescript.
122 33 Keesing, Roger - "Collection Honours Freeman's Thinking on Choice, Morality", 1988. November 25. ANU REPORTER clipping and day's issue.
123 1 Knight, Chris - "The Emergence of Language", 1994. Typescript booklet.
123 2 Knight, Chris - "Female Space Invaders: The Revolution Which Made Us Human", 1992. Special issue of LABOUR BRIEFING.
123 3 Koons, Robert C. - "Post-Agnostic Science: How Physics is Reviving the Argument From Design". Unpublished typescript.
123 4 Koshland, Daniel E. - "Nature, Nurture and Behavior", 1987. March 20. Editorial. Published in SCIENCE v. 235, no. 4795.
123 5 Kroeber, A.L. et. al - "Franz Boas, 1858-1942", 1943. Special issue of AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 45 (3, Part 2) with articles by Benedict, Emeneau, Herskovitz, et. al.
123 6 Lapsley, Hilary - "Ruth Benedict and Margaret Mead: Portrait of an Extraordinary Friendship". Typescript.
123 7 Larkin, Fana'afi - Review of THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF MANUA. Typescript. Includes newspaper article quoting Larkin.
123 8 Le Tagaloa, Fana'afi - "Confessions of a Bat", 1984. July. Clipped article from SAVALI (English Edition), a Western Samoa government publication, pp. 22-29.
123 9 Le Tagaloa, Fana'afi, et al. - "Letter Regarding Bradd Shore's Salailua", 1984. August 29. Published in OCEANIA, pp. 145-147.
123 10 Lee, Alfred McClung - "Open Forum: A Call to Read the Original Sorokin and Summer", 1989. March 6. Footnotes.
123 11 Lennox, A.H. - "Adventures of a Pioneer Mission Among the Aborigines in Northwest and North Australia", 1887. June. Photocopies of typescript and handwritten notes.
123 12 Lewis, Herbert S. - "On the Parlous State Of Anthropology Today", 1994. October, 13. Typescript of lecture.
123 13 Lutkehaus, Nancy - "Margaret Mead as Cultural Iron: Anthropology and the Media in American Culture", 1996. December. Published in ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER.
123 14 MacBeth, A. - "A Plea for Heretics", 1952. Published offprint of a lecture, Queen's University of Belfast.
123 15 Mackenzie, Margaret - "Gathering Data About Food: Nutritionists' Methods for Anthropologists". Typescript.
123 16 Mackenzie, Margaret - "More North American Than North Americans: Medical Consequences of Migration...". Typescript.
123 17 Maclaurin, B.P. et al. - "Geographic Distribution of Peptic Ulcer Disease in Western Samoa", 1979. Offprint. Published in the NEW ZEALAND MEDICAL JOURNAL 89(635): pp. 341-344.
123 18 Magee, Brian - "Coversation with Karl Popper", 1971. Photocopy of chapter in MODERN BRITISH PHILOSOPHY, pp. 66-82.
123 19 Mageo, Jeannette - "Malosi: A Psychological Exploration of Mead and Freeman's Work and of Samoan Aggression", 1987. Typescript and correspondence.
123 20 Mark, Joan Te Peske - "The Impact of Freud On American Cultural Anthropology, 1909-1945", 1968. March. Photocopy of typescript, Ph.D thesis, Harvard University, pp. 1-135.
123 21 Mark, Joan Te Peske - "The Impact of Freud On American Cultural Anthropology, 1909-1945", 1968. March. Photocopy of typescript, Ph. D. Thesis, Harvard University, pp. 136-237.
123 22 Marsack, C.C. - "Notes on the Practice of the Court and the Principles Adopted in the Hearing of Cases...,", 1961. Samoa Land and Titles Court, Apia, W. Samoa.
123 23 Maud, Ralph - "Visiting Derek Freeman", 1990. Spring. INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES NEWSLETTER, pp. 5-6.
123 24 Mayr, Ernst - "Behavior Programs and Evolutionary Strategies", 1976. Photocopy of Chapter 47 in EVOLUTION AND THE DIVERSITY OF LIFE: SELECTED ESSAYS, pp. 694-711.
123 25 Mayr, Ernst - "Darwin's Influence on Modern Thought", 2000. July. Photocopy from SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, pp. 67-71.
123 26 McKay, G. - "Native Life in Western Samoa in Contact With Civilization". Typescript.
123 27 McNicholl, D.D. - "We're Risen Apes, Kin To All That Lives, Even Tomatoes", 1996. July 10. Photocopy of article from THE AUSTRALIAN profiling Freeman.
123 28 Mead, Margaret - "Americanization In Samoa", 1929. Published in AMERICAN MERCURY 16: 264-270.
123 29 Mead, Margaret - "Anthropological Data on the Problem of Instinct", 1942. Published in PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE 4: 396-397.
123 30 Mead, Margaret - "Life as a Samoan Girl", 1931. Published in ALL TREE!
123 31 Mead, Margaret - "Living with the Natives of Melanesia", 1931. Published in NATURAL HISTORY 31: 62-74.
123 32 Mead, Margaret - "More Comprehensive Field Methods", 1933. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 35: 1-15.
123 33 Mead, Margaret - "Native Languages as Fieldwork Tools", 1939. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 41: 189-205.
124 1 Mead, Margaret - "Samoan Children at Work and Play", 1928. Published in NATURAL HISTORY 28: 626-636.
124 2 Mead, Margaret - "The Sex Life of the Unmarried Adult Primitive Society", 1935. I. S. Wile, editor. THE SEX LIFE OF THE UNMARRIED ADULT and other papers.
124 3 Mead, Margaret - "Two South Sea Educational Experiments and Their American Implications", 1931. Published in UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA BULLETIN 31: 493-497.
124 4 Medawar, Peter - "The Philosophy of Karl Popper", 1983. Article from ART, SCIENCE AND HUMAN PROGRESS, pp. 84-97.
124 5 Mennis, Mary - "Did Peter Lawrence Miss the Boat in the Madang Cargo Cult", 1998. Typescript.
124 6 Miller, David - "Conjectural Knowledge: Popper's Solution to the Problem of Induction", 1982. Chapter from IN PURSUIT OF THE TRUTH, pp. 17-49.
124 7 Milner, G.B. - "Matai Samoa". Undated. Description of documentary film.
124 8 Morris, Simon Conway - "Awe, Wonder and Gene Committees", 1999. December 24 and 31. THE TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT, p. 25.
124 9 Moyle, Richard - "Sexuality in Samoan Art Forms", 1975. Photocopy from ARCHIVES OF SEXUAL BEHAVIOR 4(3): pp. 227-247.
124 10 Mulkay, Michael and G. Nigel Gilbert - "Putting Philosophy to Work: Karl Popper's Influence on...", 1981. Photocopy from PHILOSOPHY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES 11: pp. 389-407.
124 11 Munz, Peter - "Academic Values Versus Management Values". Photocopy of published booklet.
124 12 Munz, Peter - "Darwinism", 1988. Article in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF APPLIED ETHICS, vol. 1, pp. 701-715.
124 13 Munz, Peter - "Popper's Law", 1994. October, 1. Published in NEW ZEALAND HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE.
124 14 Munz, Peter - "Taking Darwin Even More Seriously", 1989. Chapter from ISSUES IN EVOLUTIONARY EPISTEMOLOGY, pp. 278-293.
124 15 Nardi, Bonnie - "The Height of Her Powers: Margaret Mead's Samoa", 1984. Published in FEMINIST STUDIES 10(2): 323-338. Includes draft.
124 16 National Park of American Samoa. National Parks Service circular. Includes printout of U.S. parks.
124 17 National University of Samoa, 1997. Cover of "LeIunivesite Aoao o Samoa - Calendar 1997," with handwritten note.
124 18 Nelson, O.F. - "Legends Of Samoa", 1925. Published in THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY 34: 124-145.
124 19 Ochs, Elinor - "Talking to Children in Western Samoa", 1980. Typescript.
124 20 Oliver, Douglas - "Towards a Polysemic Hermeneutics of Tahitian Excretory Ritual". Typescript.
124 21 O'Meara, Tim - "Causal Explanation, Holism and the Unification of Anthropology", 1991. June 15. Typescript.
124 22 O'Meara, Tim - "Causation and the Application of Darwinian Thinking to the Explanation of Human Thought and..", 1995. December 27. Typescript.
124 23 O'Meara, Tim - "Causation and the Search for an Autonomous Science of Society and Culture", 1994. October 17. Typescript.
124 24 O'Meara, Tim - "The Jukebox Model of Evolutionary Psychology", 1998. March. Typescript draft.
124 25 O'Meara, Tim - "A Social Impact Assessment of Modernization Changes on the Chiefly 'Matai System' of Samoa", 1999. April. Typescript.
124 26 Orans, Martin - Foreword to THE SANTAL, 1965. Excerpts. THE SANTAL: A TRIBE IN SEARCH OF A GREAT TRADITION.
124 27 Orans, Martin and Daniel Pouesi - "Lafoga Tupe: A Ethnohistorical Account of a Polynesian Game", 1987. Published in ANTHROPOS 82: 35-45.
124 28 Pastore, Nicholas - The Nature-Nurture Controversy, 1949. Excerpts. King's Crown Press, New York. pp. vii-ix, 1-19, 56-59, 136-142, 176-182.
124 29 Paul, Robert A. - "Psychoanalytic Anthropology and the Dual Inheritance Model", 1987. August. Typescript.
124 30 Paul, Robert A. - "Response to Robarchek and Denton", 1987. June. Typescript.
124 31 Perutz, Max - "A New View of Darwinism", 1986. October 2. In the NEW SCIENTIST, v. 121, pp. 36-38.
124 32 Pitt, David and Cluny MacPherson. "Voluntary Separation and Ethnic Participation - Samoan Migrants in Urban New Zealand." 1971.
125 1 Plomin, Robert and Denise Daniels - "Why Are Children From the Same Family So Different From One Another?", 1987. Published in BRAIN AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 10: pp. 1-60. Includes front matter.
125 2 Pockley, Peter - "The Trials of a Whistleblower", 1992. August 26. Published in CANBERRA TIMES, pp. 21, 23.
125 3 Popper, Karl - "Evolutionary Epistemology", 1984. Photocopy of chapter from EVOLUTIONARY THEORY: PATHS TO THE FUTURE," pp. 239-255.
125 4 Popper, Karl - "Indeterminism is Not Enough", 1973. Photocopy from ENCOUNTER 40(4): pp. 20-26.
125 5 Popper, Karl - "The Moral Responsibility of the Scientist", 1969. Photocopy from ENCOUNTER 32: pp. 52-57.
125 6 Popper, Karl - "The Myth of the Framework", 1976. Offprint article in THE ABDICATION OF PHILOSOPHY: PHILOSOPHY AND THE PUBLIC GOOD, pp. 23-48.
125 7 Popper, Karl - "Normal Science and Its Dangers", 1970. Photocopy from CRITICISM AND THE GROWTH OF KNOWLEDGE, pp. 51-58.
125 8 Popper, Karl - "On Reason and the Open Society", 1972. Photocopy from ENCOUNTER 38(5): pp. 13-18.
125 9 Popper, Karl - "The Rationality of Scientific Revolutions", 1975. Offprint chapter from PROBLEMS OF SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTIONS, PP. 72-107.
125 10 Popper, Karl - "Scientific Reduction and the Essential Incompleteness of All Science", 1974. Photocopy from STUDIES IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY, pp. 254-284.
125 11 Popper, Karl - "Three Worlds", 1980. Photocopy from The Tanner Lecture on Human Values.
125 12 Popper, Karl - "Towards a Rationalist Theory of Tradition", 1949. Photocopy from THE RATIONALIST ANNUAL FOR THE YEAR 1949, pp. 36-55.
125 13 Powell, T. - "A Samoan Tradition of Creation and Deluge", 1887. Published in JOURNAL OF THE TRANSACTION OF THE VICTORIA INSTITUTE, 20: 145-75.
125 14 Powell, T. and G. Pratt - "Some Folksongs and Myths from Samoa", 1890 - 1892. Part 1. Published in the JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, 24-25.
125 15 Powell, T. and G. Pratt - "Some Folksongs and Myths from Samoa", 1890 - 1892. Part 2. Published in the JOURNAL AND PROCEEDING OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, 24 - 26. "O le Gafa o Tau - Olo - Asili," "Silia - i - Vao."
125 16 Power, Camilla - "The Human Revolution". Undated. Typescript booklet, apparently self-published. 8 pages.
125 17 Powles, C.G. - "Fundamental Rights in the Constitution of Samoa", 1970.
125 18 Pratt, George - "The Genealogy of the Kings and Princes of Samoa", 1890. Report of the Second Meeting of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, pp. 655-663.
125 19 Pratt, George - "The Genealogy of the Sun", 1889. Report of the First Meeting of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, pp. 447-463.
125 20 Raum, O.F. - Excerpt from CHAGA CHILDHOOD: A DESCRIPTION OF INDIGENOUS EDUCATION IN AN EAST AFRICAN TRIBE, 1940. See pp. 293-294.
125 21 Rappaport, Roy A. - "The Sacred in Human Evolution", 1971. ANNUAL REVIEW OF ECOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS, v. 2: pp. 23-44.
125 22 Rappaport, Roy A. - Unidentified excerpt. Photocopy from unknown source, p. 341.
125 23 Reece, R.H.W. - Report on doctoral dissertation by J. H. Walker, 1996. January 4. Typescript. Includes covering note.
125 24 Reece, R.H.W. - Review of FAIR LAND SARAWAK. Typescript.
125 25 Richards, Robert J. - DARWINIAN AND EVOLUTIONARY THEORIES OF MIND AND BEHAVIOR, 1987. Excerpt of chapter 9, pp. 430-450.
125 26 Rowse, Tom - "The Collector As Outsider: An Appreciation of T.G.H. Strehlow as a 'Public Intellectual'". Typescript.
125 27 Ruse, Michael - "Evolutionary Ethics: A Defense". Typescript.
126 1 SAMOA TIMES - "Gang Rape Confirmed", 1984. September 7, p. 12.
126 2 Sandall, Roger - "Heretics", 1996. March 28. Typescript. Includes covering note.
126 3 Sandall, Roger - "Higher Superstition". Typescript review of HIGHER SUPERSTITION by Paul Gross and Normal Leavitt.
126 4 Sapir, Edward - "Discussion and Correspondence", 1917. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 19 (3): 441-447.
126 5 Sather, Clifford - Review of THE COMING OF THE GODS. Typescript.
126 6 Sass, Louis A. - "Anthropology's Native Problems", 1986. May. Published in HARPERS, pp. 49-57.
126 7 Schultz, E. - "The Most Important Principles of Samoan Family Law". Offprint. Source unknown.
126 8 Settle, Tom - "The Standard Bearer", 1982. Photocopy of article in THE PURSUIT OF TRUTH, pp. 109-125.
126 9 Seward, Georgene H. and John P. Seward - "Encyclopedia Entry on Woodworth, Robert S.". Possible source is INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES.
126 10 Shore, Bradd - "Sexuality and Gender In Samoa: Conceptions and Missed Conceptions", 1978. November 6. Typescript draft.
126 11 Shore, Bradd - "An Introduction to the Work of Clifford Geertz", 1988. Published in SOUNDINGS 71(1): pp. 1-14.
126 12 Shore, Bradd - "Interpretation Under Fire". Typescript.
126 13 Shweder, Richard, 1986 - 1988.
126 14 Shweder, Richard - "The How of the Word", 1988. February 28. Published in the NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF BOOKS, p. 1.
126 15 Sibley, Charles G. and Jon E. Ahlquist - "The Phylogeny of the Hominoid Primates as Indicated by DNA-DNA...", 1984. In the JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION 20: pp. 2-15.
126 16 Singer, Peter - "Discovering Karl Popper", 1974. May 2. In the NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, pp. 22-28.
126 17 Smith, Bernard - "Anti-Mimesis", 1996. Typescript draft of a book chapter. Includes correspondence from author. The book was published under MODERNISM'S HISTORY in 1998 by Yale.
126 18 Spiro, Jonathan Peter - PART VI: EXTINCTION. Typescript excerpt of Chapter 21 of a book manuscript: Nordic and Anti-Nordic.
126 19 Spiro, Mel - "Cultural Relativism and the Future of Anthropology", 1986. Published in CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 1(3): pp. 259-285.
126 20 Spiro, Mel - "Postmodernist Anthropology, Subjectivity and Science: A Modernist Critique". Typescript.
126 21 Spiro, Mel - Review of AFTER THE FACT. Typescript.
126 22 Stair, John B. - "Jottings on the Mythology and Spirit - Lore of Old Samoa", 1896. Published in JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY 5: 33 - 57.
126 23 Stair, John B. - "The Names and the Movements as Looked at from a Samoan Point of View", 1898. Published in JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY 7: 48-49.
126 24 Stair, John B. - "O Le Fale-o-Le-Fe'e: or, Ruins of an Old Samoan Temple", 1894. Published in the JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY 3: pp. 239-244.
126 25 Stankiewicz, Rikard - "Evolutionary Models of Technological R and D Processes", 1996. June 27. Typescript synopsis of a presentation.
126 26 Stanley, A.C. and W.H.R. Rivers - "The Sister's Son in Samoa", 1902. Published in FOLKLORE 13: 75-76, 199-201.
126 27 Steward, Julian - "Alfred Kroeber", 1973. pp. 60-61, 118-131. Published by Columbia University Press.
126 28 Stocking, George - Excerpts from MALINOWSKI, BENEDICT AND OTHERS, 1986. Photocopied excerpts of articles by G. W. Stocking, W. C. Manson, W. Jackson, and R. Handler, pp. 3-12, 78, 98-99, 144-145.
126 29 Stoddart, D. Michael, 1990. Excerpted paragraph from the SCENTED APE.
126 30 Taylor, Jared - "Sowing the Seeds of Destruction: Gunnar Myrdal's Assault on America", 1996. April. Printed in AMERICAN RENAISSANCE 7 (4): 1-7.
126 31 Tennent, Hugh C. - "Samoa: Old and New", 1926. Hawaiian Historical Society, Annual Report 35: 17-31.
126 32 Tennov, Dorothy - Review of DESCARTES' ERROR. Typescript.
126 33 Tennov, Dorothy - "Science and Policy", 1997. July. Typescript.
126 34 Tiffany, Sharon - "The Politics of Denominational Organization in Samoa", 1978. In Boutilier, Hughes, Tiffany, editors. MISSION, CHURCH, AND SECT IN OCEANIA. pp. 423-456.
126 35 Torgovnick, Marianna - Excerpt from GONE PRIMITIVE: SAVAGE INTELLECTS, MODERN LIVES, 1990. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. pp. 234-443, 290-293.
126 36 Tuitolova'a, Agafili La'au - Letter to the Editor of OCEANIA, 1984. December. Reply to Bradd Shore.
126 37 Turner, Victor - "Body, Brain and Culture", 1983. Photocopy from ZYGON 18(3): pp. 221-245.
126 38 Tuzin, Don - THE CASSOWARY'S REVENGE Precis, 1996. Typescript. Precis of book by author.
126 39 Tyler, Stephen A. - "Post-Modern Ethnography: From Document of the Occult to Occult Document", 1986. In WRITING CULTURE, J. Clifford and G. Marcus, editors. Berkeley: University California Press. pp. 122-140.
126 40 Various Letters in the CANBERRA TIMES, 1996. January-December. Freeman contributed several letters to the dialogue on evolution.
126 41 Washburn, Sherwood - "One Hundred Years of Biological Anthropology", 1968. Photocopy from ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF ANTHROPOLOGY, pp. 97-115. J. O. Brew, ed.
126 42 Watters, R.F. - "Culture and Environment in Old Samoa". Typescript.
126 43 Watters, R.F. - "The Transition to Christianity in Samoa". Offprint. Source unknown.
126 44 Webb, Richard - "Fossil Soup - The Evolution of Technology: Life as We Know It or Pre-biotic Soup?", 1996. First page of a transcript.
127 1 Webster, Peter - "The Five Faces of Shiva", 1995. May 1. Typescript book manuscript.
127 2 Weimer, Walter B. - "The Popper Legend, Old and New", 1977. Article from CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY 22(6): pp. 419-421.
127 3 Will, George F. - "Mothers Who Don't Know How", 1990. April 23. Article from NEWSWEEK, p. 80.
127 4 Wilson, Peter - Review of CHOICE AND MORALITY IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE, 1989. March. Published in the JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY 98 (1): 95-96.
127 5 Wolf, K.H. - Writings and Correspondence, 1991. Cover letters and photocopies of Wolf's writings. Chapter from "Drifting Continents and Colliding Paradigms," chapter from "Drifting Continents and Shifting Theories" and other papers on topics in geology.
127 6 Woodman, D.D. - "What Makes a Psychopath?", 1980. Published in NEW SOCIETY, v. 53, no. 929, pp. 447-449.
127 7 Yans-McLaughlin, Virginia - "Science, Democracy and Ethics: Mobilizing Culture and Personality For...". Undated. Galleys for article or book chapter, source unknown.
127 8 Ziman, John - "Darwinism and/or Lamarckism: Selection and/or Design Technological Innovation as an...". Typescript.
127 9 Author Unknown - "Appendix to Chapter II, Margaret Mead's Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive Societies". Typescript critical analysis of Mead's methods and argument.
127 10 Chapter 1: Relativism. Typescript. Author unknown. Covering note on page 1: "The Evolution of Moral Understanding."
127 11 Chapter 4: Bohemia and Anthropology. Typescript of possible excerpt from R. Sandall's, THE CULTURE CULT (2000).
127 12 Author Unknown - Chapter 4: Iban Textile Design. Typescript. Includes correspondence with author. Author's first name is Mike.
127 13 Dalai Lama Article Excerpt. Annotated in margins. Author unknown.
127 14 Foundation of Belief. Typescript. Author unknown. Includes typescript, "Summary on 'The Foundation of Belief.'" Author unknown. See "Subject Files - Popperian Refutation..."
127 15 Author Unknown - "Issues and Research in Early Adolescence Examined in New Book", 1987. Unauthored book review of BIOLOGICAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS IN EARLY ADOLESCENCE.
127 16 Letter, 1941. Typescript in Samoan.
127 17 Making of the Australian National University. Excerpt, pp. 104-105.
127 18 Meme, Myself and I. Typescript book review possibly by Susan Blackmore, published in NEW SCIENTIST and circulated via USENET in April 1999.
127 19 Review of THE CEREBRAL CODE, 1997. February 7. Typescript. Author unknown.
127 20 VUWSA Centennial History: Chapter 5, 1930-1939. Typescript excerpt that describes two student publications, SALIENT and SPIKE, pp. 24-26. Author unknown.
127 21 Unidentified typescript I, 1979. Folder 1 of 3.
127 22 Unidentified typescript I. Undated. Folder 2 of 3.
127 23 Unidentified typescript I. Undated. Folder 3 of 3.
127 24 Unidentified typescript II - "The Study Of Samoan Language And Culture Is a Challenging To Change", 1988. Inaugural public lecture of the Professor of Samoan Language and Culture.

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128 1 Chronology of the Samoa Controversy, 1967 - 1992. Card file.
129 1 General Notes on the Controversy. Undated. A chronology of publications, handwritten.
129 2 Summary materials - Bibliography, 1983. Association for Social Anthropology in OCEANIA NEWSLETTER, no. 47. Summer 1983.
129 3 Summary materials - Canberra Anthropology Bibliography, 1983. April. Select bibliography of the Mead-Freeman controversy.
129 4 Summary materials - McCall, Grant - The Freeman-Mead Controversy: A Background Bibliography. Undated. Typescript, source unknown.
129 5 Mead-Freeman Overview Notebook - Miscellaneous. A scrapbook of notes, graphics and photocopies (e.g. correspondence) highlighting major events in the controversy.
129 6 Iunivesite o Samoa Panel Discussion on ON COMING OF AGE IN SAMOA, 1981. Program, newspaper articles and editorial cartoon.
129 7 Aljafri, S.A. - "How Wrong Was Margaret Mead?", 1982. January-February. Published in PACIFIC MAGAZINE, p.17; report on Freeman's lecture in Apia, 1981.
129 8 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Freeman's United States Book Tour, 1983. April. Itinerary for Freeman's visit to Boston, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
129 9 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Reviews, 1983. January-June. Popular press book reviews. Part 1.
129 10 MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) - Reviews, 1983 - 1987. June-December. Book reviews of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) in magazines and newspapers. Part 2.
129 11 McDowell, Edwin - "New Samoa Book Challenges Margaret Mead's Conclusions", 1983. January 31. Published in NEW YORK TIMES, pp. 1, McDowell's article was the first in the United States to report on Freeman's 1983 book, based on an advance copy from Harvard University Press. Folder includes publications in other newspapers, February 1-14, 1983.
129 12 Ball, Ian - "Margaret Mead's Samoan Idyll Said to be Totally False", 1983. February, 1. Published in DAILY TELEGRAPH.
129 13 Wilford, John Noble - "Earlier Criticisms Surface in Relation to Book on Dr. Mead", 1983. February, 1. Published in NEW YORK TIMES. pp. C1 - 2.
129 14 Wendt Applauds Freeman's Work, 1983. February. Published in SAMOA TIMES.
129 15 Cumming, Fia - "Professor Tilts at Half a Century of Anthropological Dogma", 1983. February 2. Published in the AUSTRALIAN, p. 22.
129 16 Milliner, Karen - "Professor Debunks Samoan 'Myth'", 1983. February 2. Published in CANBERRA TIMES.
129 17 Prochnau, Bill - "Anthropologist Doubts Mead's Samoan Work", 1983. February 2. Published in the WASHINGTON POST. Includes publications in other newspapers.
129 18 Southworth, Jane - "Have the South Sea Natives Fooled Us All?", 1983. February 2. Published in the DAILY MAIL, editorial page.
129 19 Brewer, Peter - "Did Top Anthropologist Miss the Boat on Samoa?", 1983. February 3. Associated Press article on MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983); includes clipping service distribution list.
129 20 NEW YORK TIMES - "The Anthropology of Anthropology", 1983. February 3. Editorial.
129 21 ADVERTISER - "Trouble In Paradise", 1983. February 5. Editorial.
129 22 Levey, Robert - "Mead's Study of Samoans is Challenged in New Book", 1983. February 5. Published in BOSTON GLOBE. Includes derived article from SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.
129 23 Lelaulu, Lelei - "Sex and the Single Samoan", 1983. February 6. MAIL, includes publication in WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN MAGAZINE, March 12, 1983, as "Exposing the Samoan Love Myth."
129 24 Murphy, Robert, et. al. - "An Abortive Attack on COMING OF AGE", 1983. February 6. Letter to NEW YORK TIMES, authors include Alexander Alland, Jr. and Elliot P. Skinner.
129 25 NEW YORK TIMES - "COMING OF AGE in Anthropology: Doubts on Samoa", 1983. February 6.
129 26 SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE - "Paradise Lost?", 1983. February 6. Editorial.
129 27 Wilford, John Noble - "Customs Check: Leave Your Ideological Baggage Behind", 1983. February 6. Published in THE NEW YORK TIMES.
129 28 Egginton, Joyce - "Margaret Mead: A Fallen Idol?", 1983. February 6. Published in the OBSERVER.
129 29 Milliken, Robert - "Was Samoan Sex Idyll a Myth?", 1983. February 6. Published in the SUNDAY TIMES.
129 30 SUN - "Margaret Mead's Samoans", 1983. February 6. Editorial.
130 1 Smith, Mike - "Academics Re-Assess Margaret Mead", 1983. February 6. Published in the NEW ZEALAND TIMES.
130 2 Appell, George - "Coming Apart In Samoa", 1983. February 8. Book proposal.
130 3 Haley, Ken - "The Man Who Unmade the Myth of Margaret Mead", 1983. February 8. Published in AGE.
130 4 Cockburn, Alexander - "Loti and All That", 1983. February 8. Published in the VILLAGE VOICE.
130 5 Nairn, Phyllis - "Margaret Mead Was 'A Great Joke'", 1983. February 9. Letter to AGE.
130 6 Rusher, William - "Margaret Mead's Crucial Work Was Not Really All That 'Scientific'", 1983. February, 9. Distributed by NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION, appeared in U. S. newspapers between February 9-25, 1983. Includes distribution list.
130 7 Tasi, SiFa - "Samoan Report Angers", 1983. February 9. Letter to ADELAIDE OBSERVER.
130 8 Kinsman, Irene - "Mead Defended", 1983. February 9. Letter to AGE.
130 9 LE MONDE - "Coup De Grace Pour Margaret Mead", 1983. February 9.
130 10 BOSTON GLOBE - "Unmasking In Samoa", 1983. February 9. Editorial.
130 11 NATURE - "Coming To Terms With Samoa?", 1983. February 10. Editorial, v. 301: 461.
130 12 SAMOA NEWS - "Did Mead Err In Samoan Classic?", 1983. February 11. Pago Pago, American Samoa.
130 13 Yoder, Edwin - "Coming Of Reality In Samoa: Mead's Paradise Is Lost", 1983. February 11. Published in the LOS ANGELES TIMES, p. 11.
130 14 SYDNEY MORNING HERALD - "Nature v. Nurture", 1983. February 12. Editorial.
130 15 ECONOMIST - "Coming of Age in Anthropology", 1983. February 12. Editorial.
130 16 Begley, Sharon, et. al. - "In Search of the Real Samoa", 1983. February 14. Published in NEWSWEEK, p. 56.
130 17 Freeman, Derek - Letter to the editor of NEWSWEEK, 1983. February. Manuscript, unpublished.
130 18 Leo, John et. al. - "Bursting the South Sea Bubble", 1983. February 14. Published in TIME, v. 121, no. 7, pp. 50-52.
130 19 Bateson, Mary Catherine - "Of Margaret Mead, Her Critics, and Unhelpful Sensationalism", 1983. February 15. Letter to THE NEW YORK TIMES.
130 20 Beckett, Jeffrey. - "Intellectual Honesty is Not on Trial", 1983. February 15. Letter to SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.
130 21 Rehert, Issac - "Culture Shock: Was Mead Wrong?", 1983. February 15. Published in the SUN (Baltimore).
130 22 Field, Michael - "Paradise Revisited: Book Sets About Putting the Facts Straight", 1983. February 17. Published in the EVENING POST (Washington).
130 23 SAMOA TIMES - "Samoans Laud Freeman's Book", 1983. February 18. pp. 1 - 2.
130 24 Gold, Jerry - "Anthropology and Uncertainty", 1983. February 18. Published in the SAMOA NEWS.
130 25 Waugh, Auberon - "Paradise Regained", 1983. February 19. Published in the SPECTATOR.
130 26 Freeman, Derek - "Free Love In the Islands: Mead's Theories In Doubt", 1983. February 19. Published in the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD; book excerpt from MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983).
130 27 Von Sternberg, Bob - "Wichitan Defends Margaret Mead's Samoan Findings", 1983. February 20. Published in the WICHITA EAGLE-BEACON.
130 28 Freeman, Derek - "Storm and Stress In Samoa", 1983. February 21. Book excerpt published in the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.
130 29 Maddocks, Melvin - "Will the Real Samoa Stand Up?", 1983. February 21. Published in the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR.
130 30 Freeman, Derek - "How Margaret Mead Got Samoa So Badly Wrong", 1983. February 22. Published in the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.
130 31 Freeman, Derek - "Mead: Did She Make the Evidence Fit the Theory?", 1983. February 25. Published in the ANU REPORTER.
130 32 TIME MAGAZINE - Letters Report, 1983. February 25. Typescript summarizing letters published in TIME magazine regarding a February 14th article on MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA. Author unknown.
130 33 Dembart, Lee - "Attack on Anthropologist Mead Affords Insight into Science", 1983. February 24. Published in LOS ANGELES TIMES, p. 26.
130 34 Lelaulu, Lelei - Letter to the editor of NEWSWEEK, 1983. February 28.
130 35 Mata'afi, Fetaui - "The Real Samoa", 1983. February 29. Letter to NEWSWEEK.
130 36 Theroux, Joseph - "A Legend Reviewed", 1983. March. Published in PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY, pp. 10-11, 13-14, 16.
130 37 Marshall, Eliot - "A Controversy On Samoa Comes Of Age", 1983. March 4. Published in SCIENCE, v. 219, pp. 1042-1045.
130 38 Goodenough, Ward - "Margaret Mead and Cultural Anthropology", 1983. Published in SCIENCE, v. 220, pp. 906, 908. Replies to article of March 4, 1983.
130 39 TIME MAGAZINE - Letters Report, 1983. March 4. Typescript summarizing letters received by TIME, author unknown regarding February 14th article.
130 40 McDowell, Edwin - "The Making of a Celebrity", 1983. March 6. Published in the NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF BOOKS.
130 41 Goodman, Richard - "Mead's Coming of Age in Samoa: A Dissenting View", 1983. March 7. Bound typescript.
130 42 Grossman, Joseph - Letter to the editor of TIME, 1983. March 7.
130 43 Heymanson, Randal - "Was Mead's Samoa All a Dream?", 1983. March 7. Published in WEST AUSTRALIAN.
130 44 Pula, Nikolao I. - Letter to the editor of TIME, 1983. March 7.
130 45 Weider, Arly Smith - Letter to the editor of TIME, 1983. March 7.
130 46 Diamant, Anita - "Who's Afraid Of Margaret Mead?", 1983. March 8. Published in the BOSTON PHOENIX.
130 47 Christensen, John - "In Search of the Truth About Samoa", 1983. March 9. Published in the HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, p. B1.
130 48 McDowell, Edwin - "There's a Reason For Those Publishing Dates", 1983. March 11. Published in the MIAMI NEWS (NEW YORK TIMES News Service).
130 49 Muro, Mark - "A Trouble Shooter In Paradise", 1983. March 11. Published in the BOSTON GLOBE.
130 50 Inder, Stuart - "So Much For Mead's Special Race', 1983. March 15. Published in the BULLETIN, Sydney, pp. 62-63.
130 51 Dalley, Helen - "Child-Care Theorists Take Stock", 1983. March 15. Published in the BULLETIN (Sydney), pp. 63-64.
130 52 Trinca, Helen and Kathleen Alexander - "Rebuttal Of Mead's Coming Of Age Fuels Cultural Bias Debate", 1983. March 16. Published in the AUSTRALIAN, p. 19.
130 53 Basbanes, Nicholas - "Derek Freeman: If Error Is an Icon, I'm an Iconoclast", 1983. March 16. Published in the EVENING GAZETTE (Worcester, U.S.A.)
130 54 Dembert, Lee - "Anthropologists' Dispute Over Samoa Studies Gives Insight Into Their Field", 1983. March 17. Published in the CHICAGO SUN-TIME; includes publication list.
130 55 Bennett, Ralph - "Margaret Mead and Samoa", 1983. March 18. SAN DIEGO TRIBUNE.
130 56 Gous, S.A. - Letter to the editor of NEWSWEEK, 1983. March 21.
130 57 Gomer, Peter - "Anthropological Headhunter' Goes After Margaret Mead", 1983. Published in the CHICAGO TRIBUNE.
130 58 Seawell, Mary Ann - "Freeman's Book Is 'Not An Attack On Mead'", 1983. March 22. Published in the PENINSULA TIMES-TRIBUNE (San Francisco), pp. 61, 64.
130 59 Hitchcock, James - "Tinting the Lens of Scholarly Objectivity", 1983. March 24. Published in the ARLINGTON CATHOLIC HERALD.
130 60 Ketcham, Diane - "New Samoa Study Comes of Age", 1983. March 24. Published in the OAKLAND TRIBUNE.
130 61 O'Donnell, Franklin - "Anthropologist Would Clear Decks of Mead, Move to New Dialogue", 1983. March 27. Published in the REGISTER (Santa Ana, California).
130 62 Mackensie, Ross - "Social Science: Coming Of Age?", 1983. March 28. Published in the SUN (Corsicana, Texas).
130 63 Freeman, Derek - "Derek Freeman On Margaret Mead", 1983. March 30. Television interview with Paul Espinosa aired on KPBS-TV, San Diego, California. Transcript.
130 64 Angier, Natalie and Thomas Levenson - "Coming Of Age in Anthropology", 1983. April. Published in DISCOVER, 4(4): 26-30.
130 65 Freeman, Derek - "The Case Against Margaret Mead", 1983. April. Excerpt from MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983) printed in DISCOVER 4(4): 32-37.
130 66 Holmes, Lowell D. - "On The Questioning of as Many as Six Impossible Things About Freeman's Samoa Study...", 1983. April 1983 issue of CANBERRA ANTHROPOLOGY 6(1): pp. 1-16.
131 1 Holmes, Lowell D. - "On the Question of as Many as Six Impossible Things About Freeman's Samoan Study...", 1983. Two typescript drafts. Includes notes for rejoinder.
131 2 Patience, Allan and Joseph Smith - "Derek Freeman and Samoa: The Making and Unmaking of a Bio-Behavioral Myth", 1983. Two typescript drafts. Includes notes for a rejoinder.
131 3 Schoeffel, Penelope and Malama Meleisa - "Margaret Mead, Derek Freeman and Samoa: The Making, Unmaking and...", 1983. April. Published in CANBERRA ANTHROPOLOGY 6 (1): 58-69.
131 4 Schoeffel, Penelope and Malama Meleisa - "Margaret Mead, Derek Freeman and Samoa: The Making, Unmaking and...", 1983. Two typescript drafts. Includes notes for a rejoinder.
131 5 Jarvie, Ian C. - "Freeman on Mead", 1983. April. Published in CANBERRA ANTHROPOLOGY 6(1): 80-85.
131 6 Jarvie, Ian C. - "Freeman on Mead". Two typescript drafts of a review of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA. Includes notes for a rejoinder.
131 7 Shankman, Paul - "The Samoa Conundrum", 1983. April. Published in CANBERRA ANTHROPOLOGY 6(1): 38-57.
131 8 Shankman, Paul - "The Samoan Conundrum", 1983. Typescript draft. Includes notes for a rejoinder.
131 9 Shore, Bradd - "Paradox Regained: Freeman's MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA", 1983. April. Published in CANBERRA ANTHROPOLOGY 6(1): 17-37, also includes a later version printed in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 85(4): 935-944.
131 10 Shore, Bradd - "Critical Evaluation of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA: THE MAKING AND UNMAKING OF... ", 1983. Two typescript drafts. Includes notes for a rejoinder.
131 11 Strathern, Marilyn - "The Punishment of Margaret Mead". Typescript draft. Includes notes for a rejoinder.
131 12 Van Eersel, Patrice - "Le Bon Sauvage Est Aussi Merchant Que Nous", 1983. April. Published in ACTUAL, pp. 146-151, 193-194, 196, 201.
131 13 Rensberger, Boyce - "Margaret Mead: The Nature - Nurture Debate 1", 1983. Published in SCIENCE 83, 4(3): 28-37.
131 14 Wendt, Albert - "Three Faces Of Samoa: Mead's Freeman's and Wendt's", 1983. April. Published in PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY, pp. 10-12, 14, 69.
131 15 Petit, Charles - "It Wasn't a Little Error", 1983. April 3. Published in the SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, p. 3.
131 16 Lieber, Michael - "Margaret Mead Is the Victim of Media Hype", 1983. April 4. Published in the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES.
131 17 Carmody, Dierdre - "Speakers at a Symposium Defend the Work Of Margaret Mead", 1983. April 9. Published in THE NEW YORK TIMES.
131 18 Huxley, Francis - "Storytelling In Samoa", 1983. April 10. Published in the GUARDIAN.
131 19 Failer, Lisa - "Experts Meet In Defense of Mead", 1983. April 11. Published in the COLUMBIA SPECTATOR, 1 - 2. Columbia University student newspaper.
131 20 Hart, Amelia A. - "Scholars Re-Evaluate Mead's Work", 1983. April 13. BARNARD BULLETIN, vol. xcii, no. 9. Barnard College student newspaper.
131 21 Schoeffel, Penelope - "First Edition Front Matter", 1983. April 14. Broadcast transcript front matter for the First Edition program describing four book reviews.
131 22 Sterba, James P. - "Tropical Storm: New Book Debunking Mead Dispels Tranquility in Samoa", 1983. April 14. Published in the WALL STREET JOURNAL, vol. cviii, no. 78. p. 1, 20.
132 1 McCall, Grant - "Shock! Horror! Freeman Proves Mead False!", 1983. April 18. AUSTRAILIAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER, pp. 13-19.
132 2 Wilson, David B. - "A False 'Coming of Age'", 1983. April 18. Published in the BOSTON GLOBE.
132 3 Bernstein, Richard - "Samoa: A Paradise Lost?", 1983. April 24. NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, pp. 48, 50, 54, 56, 58, 60.
132 4 Young, Gavin - "Paradise Retained", 1983. April 24. Published in the OBSERVER (London).
132 5 Katz, Alfred - Unpublished letter to the editor of the NEW REPUBLIC, 1983. April 29. Typescript.
132 6 Hutchinson, Dale - "A Reinterpretation of Samoa", 1983. May-June. Published in IN PRINT, vol. 3, no. 5.
132 7 Kassell, Paula - 'Samoa 1928: Battleground For Anthropologists", 1983. May-June.
132 8 Harris, Marvin - "The Sleep-Crawling Question", 1983. May. Published in PSYCHOLOGY TODAY, pp. 24, 26, 27.
132 9 Owen, Elizabeth - "Sex and Violence In Samoa", 1983. May. Parallel cover title: "Was Margaret Mead Right?" Published in LIFE, vol. 6, no. 5. pp. 32-38, 40.
132 10 Kessler, Julia Braun - "The War Rages On Over Margaret Mead", 1983. May 1. Published in DAILY NEWS MAGAZINE, pp. 13, 26.
132 11 Moss, David R. - Letter to the editor of the LOS ANGELES TIMES, 1983. May 1. Published in the LOS ANGELES TIMES.
132 12 McKay, Shona - Untitled MACLEAN'S Article, 1983. May 2. One paragraph clipping.
132 13 Patterson, Mark - "Margaret Mead Remembered", 1983. May 10. OAK RIDGER (Oak Ridge, Tennessee), p. 5.
132 14 Fields, Cheryl - "Controversial Book Spurs Scholars' Defense of the Legacy of Margaret Mead", 1983. May 11. In the CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION, pp. 27-28.
132 15 Freeman, Derek - "Who's For Cultural Determinism", 1983. May 17. Letter to the editor of SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, not published, includes reply.
132 16 Frazer, Ian - "Freeman and the Darker Side of Samoan Life", 1983. May 18. Published in the OTAGO DAILY TIMES.
132 17 Levy, Robert - "The Attack on Mead", 1983. May 20. Published in SCIENCE, vol. 220: 829-832.
132 18 Trumbull, Robert - "Samoan Leader Declares 'Both Anthropologists Are Wrong'", 1983. May 24. Published in THE NEW YORK TIMES.
132 19 Goodman, Ellen - "Muckraking the Mead Legend", 1983. May 26. Published in the BOSTON GLOBE.
132 20 Neumann, Hans - "Samoanization of the West", 1983. May 29. In the NEW YORK TIMES SUNDAY MAGAZINE.
132 21 Cranberg, Lee - "Ta'u Revisited", 1983. Summer. Published in HUMAN ORGANIZATION 42(2): 181-182. Originally printed in PACIFIC MAGAZINE.
132 22 Freeman, Derek - "Magna Est Veritas", 1983. Summer. In the ASSOCIATION FOR SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY IN OCEANIA NEWSLETTER, no. 47, p. 2-4. Photocopy and typescript.
132 23 Romanucci-Ross, Lola - "Apollo Alone and Adrift in Samoa: Early Mead Reconsidered", 1983. Summer. Published in REVIEWS OF ANTHROPOLOGY 10(3): 85-92.
132 24 Amsbury, Clifton - Letter to the editor of SCIENCE 83, 1983. June. p. 18.
132 25 Cotton, John - "Coming of Age", 1983. June. Letter to DISCOVER.
132 26 Freeman, Derek - "Trouble In Paradise: MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA", 1983. June. A rejoiner to C. M. Turnbull, NEW REPUBLIC, March 28, 1983, published in QUADRANT 27(6).
132 27 Goodman, Richard - Letter to the editor of SCIENCE 83, 1983. June. Published in SCIENCE 83, p. 17.
132 28 Huberman, Joel A. - Letter to the editor of SCIENCE 83, 1983. June. p. 17.
132 29 Dinerman, Ina R. - "Study Faulty But Premise Was Correct", 1983. June 5. Published in the BOSTON GLOBE.
132 30 Filbin, Thomas - "Conservatives Cherish Illusions", 1983. June 5. Published in the BOSTON GLOBE.
132 31 Perrin, Stephen G. - "Samoa Study Conducted Scientifically", 1983. June 5. In the BOSTON GLOBE.
132 32 Yanow, Dvora - "Loss of Innocence Cannot Be Blamed on Margaret Mead", 1983. June 5. Published in the BOSTON GLOBE.
132 33 United Press International - "What Life Is Samoa Is Really Like?", 1983. June 8. Published in the AUSTRALIAN. Includes UPI telex.
132 34 Diamond, John - Letter to the editor of the NEW REPUBLIC, 1983. June 27. Unpublished typescript.
132 35 Hoebel, E. Adamson - "Two Samoas: Margaret Mead and Derek Freeman", 1983. July-August. Published in ENCOUNTERS, pp. 12-13, 32.
132 36 Harris, Marvin - "Margaret and the Giant-Killer", 1983. July-August. Published in SCIENCES, v. 23, no. 4., pp. 18-21.
132 37 Holmes, Lowell D. - "South Seas Squall", 1983. July-August. Published in SCIENCES 23(4): 14-18.
132 38 Freeman, Derek - "Everything's Got a Moral", 1983. July. Letter in PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY.
132 39 Maddox, Barbara - "The Myth of Seduction in Samoa", 1983. July. Published in COSMOPOLITAN, pp. 136-137.
132 40 Katz, Alfred and C. Turnbull - "Poisoned Mead", 1983. July 4. Letter to the NEW REPUBLIC, followed by Turnbull's reply on the same page.
132 41 Kloos, Peter - "De Aanval Op Margaret Mead", 1983. July 15. INTERMEDIAIR, typescript translation of article by Henry Fokker-Bakker.
132 42 Minton, Robert - "Challenging Margaret Mead", 1983. July 17. Published in the BOSTON GLOBE MAGAZINE, pp. 8-9, 14, 16, 21-22, 26.
132 43 Diamond, John and Robert Minton - Diamond's letter to BOSTON GLOBE MAGAZINE with reply, 1983. Reply to July 17 article, followed by a reply by the author on the same page.
132 44 WALL STREET JOURNAL - "Stanford Morality", 1983. July 25. Editorial.
132 45 Freeman, Derek - "On Margaret Mead: Derek Freeman Denies Bias", 1983. July 26. Reply to L. Cressman in NEW YORK TIMES.
132 46 PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY - "No Fury", 1983. July 29.
132 47 TEMPO - "Samoa, Pulau - Pulau Yang Hilang?", 1983. July 30. Published in SELINGAN, author unknown, pp. 27-42.
132 48 Firth, Rosemary - Review of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA, 1983. August. ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE NEWS 57.
132 49 Matane, Paulias N. - "Margaret Mead and PNG", 1983. August. Published in PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY, p. 7.
132 50 NEW YORKER - "Neatest Trick of the Week", 1983. August 23.
132 51 Wendt, Felix - "Freeman Creating a New Samoan Image?", 1983. August 24. In the SAMOA OBSERVER, pp. 3, 15. Also includes second part, same title on August 31, 1983.
132 52 Barnouw, Victor - "Coming to Print on Samoa: Mead and Freeman", 1983. Fall. Published in the JOURNAL OF PSYCHOANALYTIC ANTHROPOLOGY 6(4): 425 - 433.
132 53 Bock, Philip - "The Samoan Puberty Blues", 1983. Fall. Published in JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH 39(3): 336-340.
132 54 Gardner, Martin - "Notes of a Psi-Watcher", 1983. Fall. In the SKEPTICAL INQUIRER 8(1), pp. 13-16.
132 55 CURRENT CONTROVERSY - "The Margaret Mead Debate: Was Author of Classic Study Wrong?", 1983. Fall. Published in CURRENT CONTROVERSY 2(8): 4-5, a digest of excerpts from recent science publications.
132 56 ISLANDS - "Margaret Mead and Samoa", 1983. September-October. Published in ISLANDS: AN INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE 3(4): 14-16.
132 57 Brant, Charles S. - Letter to ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER, 1983. September.
132 58 Freeman, Derek - "Scientific Evidence vs. Cultural Determinism", 1983. September. Published in NATUNI 5.
132 59 Gunn, H.D. - Letter to ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER, 1983. September. 24(6)
132 60 Wilk, Stan - "Will Mead Survive Freeman", 1983. September. Letter to ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER 24(6).
132 61 Crombie, Lea - "Margaret Mead Under Fire On New Front", 1983. September 20. BULLETIN (Sydney), pp. 114, 117-118.
132 62 Freeman, Derek - "Unforgettable Character", 1983. September 24. Published in TIME, p. 2.
132 63 Elshtain, Jean Bethke - "Coming of Age in America", 1983. October. Published in PROGRESSIVE, pp. 33-35.
132 64 Freeman, Derek - "Inductivism and the Test of Truth: A Rejoinder to Lowell D. Homes and Others", 1983. October. IN FACT AND CONTEXT IN ETHNOGRAPHY (CANBERRA ANTHROPOLOGY 6(2)) pp. 101-192. Contains whole issue; see especially bibliography.
133 1 Freeman, Derek - "Inductivism and the Test of Truth", 1983. Correspondence regarding revisions to Freeman's CANBERRA ANTHROPOLOGY article. Includes draft excerpt and notes.
133 2 Freeman, Derek - "Inductivism and the Test of Truth" - Ethnographic Issues. "Residence, Sexual Morality, Virginity, Rape, Moetotolo, the Duping Issue" and notes.
133 3 Freeman, Derek - "Inductivism and the Test of Truth" - General notes. Notes for Freeman's CANBERRA ANTHROPOLOGY 6(2) article.
133 4 Freeman, Derek - "Inductivism and the Test of Truth" - Methodological Issues. Notes and "The Evidence On Which My Refutation of Mead Primarily Depends. Place. Time."
133 5 Freeman, Derek - "Inductivism and the Test of Truth" - Notes, 1983. General introductory and general historical notes.
133 6 Glick, Paula Brown - "The Attack on and Defense of Margaret Mead", 1983. October. Published in ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE NEWS 58: 12-14.
133 7 Joustra, Wio - "Het Vervolg; Een Slang Kwam In Het Paradys Van Mead Op Samoa", 1983. October 1. Published in DE VOLKSKRANT, typescript of translation into English by Henry Fokker-Bakker.
133 8 Freeman, Derek - "Freeman Criticizes Mead's Research, Not Mead", 1983. October 12. Letter to the editor printed in BARNARD BULLETIN, vol. 92, no. 6, p. 2.
133 9 Scanlon, Bill - "Mead Book On Samoa Defended", 1983. October 16. Published in SUNDAY CAMERA, p. 1-B. Includes parallel article "Samoan Duality May Explain Controversy," p. 2-B.
133 10 Martin, Claire - "Panel Raps Critic of Mead's Study", 1983. October 18. Published in the DENVER POST, pp. 1-C, 2-C. Includes letter to Freeman from Martin.
133 11 Field, Michael - "Warring Stereotypes Strand Samoans in World Spotlight", 1983. October 26. Published in the EVENING POST (Wellington, N. Z.).
133 12 Motion Passed At 82nd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, 1983. November. Printed in ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER, January 1984.
133 13 COLORADO ALUMNUS - "Did She or Didn't She?: Symposium Finds Mead's Work Stands Test of Time", 1983. November. p. 12.
133 14 German Radio Transcripts, 1983 - 1984. On-air reviews of LIEBE OHNE AGGRESSION, the German translation of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA. Includes broadcasts by Norddeutscher Rundfunk, Osterreichischer Rundfunk, Sudfunk, Sender Freies Berlin.
133 15 Sender Freies Berlin - "Wissenschaft und Liebe auf Samoa". Undated. German radio interview transcript, unidentified.
133 16 Kindler-Verlag Publicity for LIEBE OHNE AGGRESSION, 1983. Announcements and advertisement for the German language edition of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA.
133 17 German - Language Popular Press Articles and Reviews, 1983 - 1984. Newspaper and magazine articles about LIEBE OHNE AGGRESSION, the German edition of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA.
133 18 Freeman, Derek - "A Kind Of Laboratory", 1983. November 12. Letter to the editor of NEW ZEALAND LISTENER, replying to review by J. Huntsman; includes typescript entitled "On the Anthropological Importance Of Samoa."
133 19 Levy, Robert - "Mead, Freeman and Samoa: And the Problem of Seeing Things as They Are, 1983. November 18. Typescript of paper presented at 1983 meeting of the American Anthropological Association.
133 20 Stocking, George - "The Ethnographic Sensibility of the 1920s and the Dualism of the Modern Anthropological, 1983. November 18. Typescript of paper presented at the 1983 meeting of the American Anthropological Association.
133 21 Brady, Ivan - "Speaking in the Name of the Real: Mead and Freeman on Samoa", 1983. December. Published in the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 85(4): 908-909.
133 22 DISCOVER - "The Experimenter Effect", 1983. December. Martin Gardner, Notes of a Psi-Watcher, Fall 1983.
133 23 Freeman, Derek - "Mead and Samoa: An Exchange", 1983. December. Published in NATURAL HISTORY 92(12); includes typescript draft.
133 24 Holmes, Lowell D. - "A Tale of Two Studies", 1983. December. Published in the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 85(4): 929-935.
133 25 Holmes, Lowell D. - Comment by Holmes, 1983. December. Published in the QUARTERLY REVIEW OF BIOLOGY 58: 539-544.
133 26 Schneider, David - "David M. Schneider Replies", 1983. December. Published in NATURAL HISTORY, v. 92, no. 12, pp. 4, 5.
133 27 SCIENCE 83 - "High on the Gift List", 1983. December. 4(10): 114.
133 28 Silverman, Martin G. - "Our Great Deception, or, Anthropology Defiled", 1983. December. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 85: 944-947.
133 29 Weiner, Annette - "Ethnographic Determinism: Samoa and the Margaret Mead Controversy", 1983. December. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 85(4): 909-919.
133 30 Levy, Robert - "Mead, Freeman and Samoa: The Problem With Seeing Things as They Are", 1984. Published in ETHOS 12(1) : 85 - 92.
133 31 Saler, Benson - "Ethnographies and Refutations". Undated. Typescript, ca. 1984.
133 32 Milner, G.B. - Review of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA, 1984. Published in the SCHOOL OF ORIENTAL AND AFRICAN STUDIES (SOAS) BULLETIN 47 (3): 594-596.
133 33 Freeman, Derek - "There Will Be Samoa", 1984. January-February. Typescript, shorter version published in SCIENCES 24(1): 1, 8. Original version published in P. Whitten and D. Hunter, editors, ANTHROPOLOGY: CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES, 5th edition, (New York: Little Brown and Company, 1987), pp. 224-228.
133 34 Holmes, Lowell D. - "Lowell D. Homes Replies", 1984. January-February. Published in SCIENCES 24(1): 8.
133 35 Montagu, Ashley - Letter to the editor of SCIENCES, 1984. January-February. In SCIENCES 24(1): 6.
133 36 Dakuvula, J. - "Mead and Western Disillusionment", 1984. January. Letter to PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY, p. 7.
133 37 McCall, Grant - "Flapper Margaret vs. Derek the Punk?", 1984. January. Letter to PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY, p. 9.
133 38 Freeman, Derek - "Samoa and Margaret Mead: A Rejoinder to Paula Brown Glick and Rosemary Firth", 1984. February. Published in ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE NEWS, no. 60, pp. 6-8. Includes two typescript drafts.
133 39 Landon, Miriam and Ta-Ling Lee - "Broken Faith: Steven Mosher, Stanford and China", 1984. February. Published in AMERICAN SPECTATOR, pp. 15-17. Excerpt.
133 40 Ala'ilima, Fay - Review of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA, 1983. Typescript drafts. Appeared in PACIFIC STUDIES 7(2) (1984).
134 1 McDowell, Nancy - Review article on MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA, 1984. Spring. In PACIFIC STUDIES 7(2): 99-140.
134 2 McDowell, Nancy - Review of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983). Typescript drafts. PACIFIC STUDIES 7(2).
134 3 Freeman, Derek - "Response", 1984. PACIFIC STUDIES 7(2):140-195
134 4 Freeman, Derek - "Boas, Mead and Samoa: Rejoinder to Fay Ala'ilima, Felix Wendt, and Nancy McDowell", 1983. November. Typescript. Appeared in PACIFIC STUDIES.
134 5 Rejoinder to McDowell notes, 1983. Outline and general notes for an article responding to Nancy McDowell's review article. Part 1.
134 6 Rejoinder to McDowell. Notes, 1983. Notes for an article which responds to McDowell's review essay. Part 2.
134 7 Felix Wendt Outline. Notes for a rejoinder to Felix Wendt review of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983).
134 8 Wendt, Felix - Review of MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA (1983). Typescript drafts. Appeared in PACIFIC STUDIES 7(2)(1984).
134 9 Scheper-Hughes, Nancy - "The Margaret Mead Controversy: Culture, Biology, and Anthropological Inquiry", 1984. Spring. In HUMAN ORGANIZATION 43(1).
134 10 Freeman, Derek - "Grasping the Significance of Samoa", 1984. March. Published in PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY, p. 18.
134 11 Freeman, Derek - "The Burthen of a Mystery", 1984. March. A review essay published in OCEANIA 54 (3): 247-254. Replies by Bradd Shore, and Derek Freeman's reply.
134 12 Lurie, Nancy Oestreich - "Formal Protest", 1984. March. In SCIENCE 84, p. 20.
134 13 Caton, Hiram - "MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA: In Support of the Freeman Critique", 1984. March. Published in QUADRANT 28 (3): 28-32.
134 14 Shankman, Paul - "An American's View of the Margaret Mead (and Derek Freeman) Controversy, 1984. March 28. Flyer for lecture at the University of Otago, cartoon entitled "It's Tough Coming of Age in Anthropology," artist unknown.
134 15 Freeman, Derek - "Freeman Responds To 1983 Motion", 1984. April. In ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER 25(4): 2.
134 16 Freeman, Derek - "The Truth Will Out", 1984. April. In SCIENCE 84, vol. 5(3): 18.
134 17 Holmes, Lowell D. - "Holmes Replies To Freeman", 1984. April. In ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER 25(4): 2.
134 18 Freeman, Derek - "Addendum", 1984. May. Preface to MARGARET MEAD AND SAMOA, Pelican Edition. Includes typescript draft.
134 19 Caton, Hiram - "The Anguish of Anthropology", 1984. June. Two typescript drafts.
134 20 Freeman, Derek - "'O Rose Thou Art Sick!': A Rejoinder To Weiner, Schwartz, Holmes, Shore, and Silverman", 1984. June. Published in the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 86(2): 400-405. Includes typescript draft dated December 1983.
135 1 Samuel, Geoffrey - "Margaret Mead, Science, and Anthropology: A Galilean Dialogue", 1984. June. Revised typescript version of a paper presented at The Australia and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science (May 1984).
135 2 Freeman, Derek - "Samoa", 1984. August. Published in ROYAL ANTRHOPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE NEWS 63(4). Reply to a letter by Bradd Shore.
135 3 Beckett, Jeffrey - "Introductory Note", 1984. Fall. Editor's note preceding Freeman's review article in OCEANIA 54 (3).
135 4 Freeman, Derek - "Freeman Responds To Holmes on Samoan Research", 1984. September. Published in ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER 25(6): 2.
135 5 Handler, Richard - "Ruth Benedict, Margaret Mead, and the Growth of American Anthropology", 1984. September. Review essay published in the JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY 71(2): 364-368.
135 6 Freeman, Derek - Letter to the editor of NATURAL HISTORY, 1984. Typescript, not published. Replies to L. Wylie, October 1984.
135 7 Thwaites, Tim - "Controversy Brews Between Anthropologists In Paradise", 1984. October 6. Published in AGE.
135 8 Goodman, Richard - "An Outside Perspective on the Anthropology of Samoa", 1984. November. Letter published in ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER 25(8): 2.
135 9 Le Tagaloa, Fana'afi - Letter to the editor of OCEANIA, 1984. December. Letter replies to Bradd Shore's response to Freeman review essay.
135 10 Ember, Melvin - "Evidence and Scientific Ethnography: Reflections on Freeman-Mead Controversy", 1984. December 12.
135 11 McDonald, John - Untitled excerpt, 1984. December 31. Printed in the AUSTRALIAN, possible book review of F. Hodgkinson SEPIK DIARY.
135 12 Amsbury, Clifton - "Freeman-Mead: Too Late, Too Bad". Undated. Published in ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER, ca. 1985.
135 13 Freeman, Derek - "Open Letter to the President and Board of the American Anthropological Association", 1985. February. Published in ANTHROPOLOGY NEWSLETTER 26(2): 2, 7, includes typescript.
135 14 Freeman, Derek - "Evolving Margaret Mead", 1985. February 28. Published in NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS 32(3), 44-45.
135 15 Freeman, Derek - Letter to the editor of OCEANIA, 1985. March. Published in OCEANIA 55(3): 214-218. Includes October 25, 1984 typescript.
135 16 Young, R.E. and S. Juan - "Freeman's Margaret Mead Myth: The Ideological Virginity of Anthropologists", 1985. March. ANZJS 21(1): 64-81. Contains Freeman's correspondence with the authors regarding the article.
135 17 Cockburn, Alexander - "Bwana Vistas: The Lost, Lamented World of the Travel Writer", 1985. May, 26. In GOOD WEEKEND.
135 18 Freeman, Derek - Letter to the editor of OCEANIA, 1985. June. Published in OCEANIA 55(4): 303 - 305, includes three typescript drafts.
135 19 Freeman, Derek - "Response To Reyman and Hammond", 1985. June. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGY 87(3): 394-395, includes typescript.
135 20 Freeman, Derek - "Killing an Error", 1985. June 6. Published in LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS 7(10): 4, includes typescript.
135 21 Caton, Hiram - "The Defense Of Margaret Mead's Samoa", 1985. June 8. Two typescript drafts.
135 22 Caton, Hiram - "Suppression of Evidence and Other Unprofessional Behavior in the Defense Of Margaret Mead's..., 1985. August 29. Typescript of paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Australia and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science. 2 drafts.
135 23 SAMOA OBSERVER - "Mead's Row Leads to Death Threats", 1985. September 11. In the SAMOA OBSERVER.
135 24 Freeman, Derek - "A Reply to Ember's Reflections on the Freeman-Mead Controversy", 1985. December. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGY 87(4): 910-917, includes typescript.
135 25 Kohn, Alexander - "Criticism Of Slander?", 1986. Chapter 8 of FALSE PROPHETS: FRAUD AND ERROR IN SCIENCE. London: Basil Blackwell, pp. 117-120, 215, front matter.
135 26 Freeman, Derek - "A Rejoinder to Patience and Smith", 1986. March. Published in AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGY 88(1): 162-167; includes typescript.
135 27 Caton, Hiram - "Episodes in the Samoa Controversy", 1986. April 18. Typescript.
135 28 Rappaport, Roy A. - "Desecrating the Holy Woman", 1986. Summer. Published in AMERICAN SCHOLAR, pp. 313 -347.
135 29 FLORIDA TIMES-UNION - "Notable", 1986. June 15. FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, Burrelle's transcript copy.
135 30 Older, Jules - "Nature, Nurture and Adolescence", 1986. September 14. Transcript of broadcast on Ockham's Razor, ABC RADIO.
135 31 Beale, Bob - "Professor Takes on US Academy Over 'Holy Woman'", 1986. October 28. Published in SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.
135 32 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN - "Untrashing Margaret Mead", 1986. November. Published in SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, v. 257. pp. 56-57, 59.
135 33 Cornell, S. D. - Letter to the Editor, 1987. In the AMERICAN SCHOLAR, replying to Rappaport's 1986 article.
135 34 Freeman, Derek - "Letter to the editor of SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, 1987. February. Published in SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, v. 256, p. 6.
135 35 Rappaport, Roy A. - Letter to the editor of SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, 1987. February. Published in SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, v. 256, no. 2. pp. 6-7.
135 36 Freeman, Derek - Letter to the editors of SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, 1987. February, 7. Typescript, unpublished.
135 37 Rappaport, Roy A. - "Reply to Freeman", 1987. Spring. In the AMERICAN SCHOLAR, p. 304.
135 38 Freeman, Derek - "Writing Culture", 1987. April 17. Letter to the editor of TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, no. 4385, p. 413.
135 39 Clifford, James - "Writing Culture", 1987. May 22. Reply to Freeman in the TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, p. 549.
135 40 Theroux, Joseph - "Freeman Controversy Continues", 1987. June. Published in PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY 58(6): 49. Review of L. D. Holmes, QUEST FOR THE REAL SAMOA.
135 41 Freeman, Derek - "Mead-Freeman Debate Continues", 1987. July. Published in PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY, pp. 43-44.
135 42 Johnson, Dave - "Film to Include Professor's View of Nature vs. Nurture", 1987. November 6. Published in SUNFLOWER (Wichita State University), p. 3.
135 43 SOUTH SEA STAR - "Faitiona Mamafa E Kovana A. P. Lutali Le Tamoaitai O Magret Mead", 1987. November 19. Published in the SOUTH SEA STAR.
135 44 Freeman, Derek - "Comment on Holmes QUEST FOR THE REAL SAMOA", 1987. December. Published in the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 89(4): 930-935.
135 45 Freeman, Derek - "Desecrating the Holy Woman", 1987. Winter. Published in the AMERICAN SCHOLAR (Winter 1987), pp. 157-159.
135 46 Rappaport, Roy A. - Letter to the Editor, 1987. Winter. Published in the AMERICAN SCHOLAR, pp. 159-160, replying to Freeman.
135 47 Margolis, Susanna - "Margaret Mead, etc.", 1988. Published in ADVENTURING IN THE PACIFIC: THE SIERRA CLUB TRAVEL GUIDE TO THE ISLANDS OF POLYNESIA, MELANESIA, AND MICRONESIA (San Francisco: Sierra Club Books), pp. 174 - 175.
135 48 Sandall, Roger - Reviews of QUEST FOR THE REAL SAMOA, 1988. Winter. Published in ACADEMIC QUESTIONS 1: 86 - 88.
135 49 Feinberg, Richard - "Margaret Mead and Samoa: Coming of Age in Fact and Fiction", 1988. February. Typescript with Freeman's editorial comments.
135 50 Jones, E. Michael - "Samoa Lost: Margaret Mead, Cultural Relativism and the Guilty Imagination", 1988. February. Published in FIDELITY 7(3): 26-37.
135 51 Heider, Karl - "The Rashomon Effect: When Ethnographers Disagree", 1988. March. Published in the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 90(1): 73-81.
135 52 Freeman, Derek - Letter to the editor of the SUNFLOWER, 1988. June, 8. Published in SUNFLOWER (Wichita State University), v. 93, no. 1, includes typescript.
135 53 ANU REPORTER - "Margaret Mead and Samoa", 1988. September 9. In the ANU REPORTER 14.
135 54 Broekhuijse, Paul - "The Sexual Shangri-La 'Just a Joke'", 1988. September 18. In the SUNDAY TELEGRAPH.
135 55 Pryor, Dennis - "Scandals in Academe", 1988. October 1. Published in AGE.
136 1 Freeman, Derek - Letter to the editor of the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 1988. November 8. Unpublished typescript.
136 2 Laycock, Don - Review of QUEST FOR THE REAL SAMOA, 1989. Published in ANTHROPOLOS 84: 292-293.
136 3 Freeman, Derek - Comment on Heider's 'The Rashomon Effect', 1989. March. Published in the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 91: 169-170. Includes typescript.
136 4 Rhoades, John - "The 'Rashomon Effect' Reconsidered", 1989. March. In the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 91: 171. Reply to Karl Heider.
136 5 Kuper, Adam - "Coming of Age in Anthropology?", 1989. April 6. Published in NATURE 338: 453-455.
136 6 SAMOA NEWS - "Local Author Challenges Anthropologist Derek Freeman to Debate", 1989. April 28. In SAMOA NEWS, p. 1, composite photocopy.
136 7 Marietta - "And the Winner Is...", 1989. June 10-11. In the WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN.
136 8 Freeman, Derek - Letter to the editor of WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN, 1989. June 20. Includes manuscript.
136 9 Monaghan, Peter - "Anthropologist Who Sparked Dispute by Criticizing Margaret Mead's Research, 1989. August 2. Published in the CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION, pp. A4-A6.
136 10 Freeman, Derek - "Holmes, Mead and Samoa", 1989. September. In the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 91: 758-762, two typescript drafts.
136 11 Holmes, Lowell D. - "Concerning Derek Freeman's 'Comment On QUEST FOR THE REAL SAMOA'", 1989. September. In the AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 91, 753-758.
136 12 Freeman, Derek - "Photo Caption Was Misleading", 1989. September 6. Published in the CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION, v. 36, no. 1, p. B7. <