Man the Hunter (Edited by Richard B. Lee and Irene DeVore)

An important text for Anarcho-Primitivists (even if anthropology is a colonial mode of knowing and representing the Other).
CONTENTS:
PART I: Introduction
1. Problems in the Study of Hunters and Gatherers by RICHARD B. LEE AND IRVEN DEVORE
2. The Current Status of the World's Hunting and Gathering Peoples by GEORGE PETER MURDOCK
PART II: Ecology and Economics
3. The "Hunting" Economies of the Tropical Forest Zone of South America: An Attempt at Historical Perspective by DONALD W. LATHRAP
4. What Hunters Do for a Living, or, How to Make Out on Scarce Resources by RICHARD B. LEE
5. An Introduction to Hadza Ecology by JAMES WOODBURN
6. Coping with Abundance: Subsistence on the Northwest Coast by WAYNE SUTTLES
7. Subsistence and Ecology of Northern Food Gatherers with Special Reference to the Ainu HITOSHI WATANABE
8. The Netsilik Eskimos: Adaptive Processes by ASEN BALIKCI
9. Discussions, Part II
PART III: Social and Territorial Organization
10. Ownership and Use of Land among the Australian Aborigines by L. R. HIATT
11. Stability and Flexibility in Hadza Residential Groupings by JAMES WOODBURN
12. The Diversity of Eskimo Societies by DAVID DAMAS
13. The Nature of Dogrib Socioterritorial Groups by JUNE HELM
14. The Birhor of India and Some Comments on Band Organization by B. J. WILLIAMS
15. The Importance of Flux in Two Hunting Societies by COLIN M. TURNBULL
16. Southeastern Australia: Level of Social Organization by ARNOLD R. PILLING
17. Discussions, Part III
PART IV: Marriage and Models in Australia
18. Gidjingali Marriage Arrangements by L. R. HIATT
19. "Marriage Classes" and Demography in Central Australia by M. J. MEGGITT
20. Demographic and Ecological Influences on Aboriginal Australian Marriage Sections by ARAM A. YENGOYAN
21. Australian Marriage, Land-Owning Groups, and Initiations FREDERICK G. G. ROSE
22. Discussions, Part IV
PART V: Demography and Population Ecology
23. Epidemiologi cal Factors: Health and Disease in Hunter-Gatherers by FREDERICK L. DUNN
24. Some Predictions for the Pleistocene Based on Equilibrium Systems among Recent Hunter-Gatherers by JOSEPH B. BIRDSELL
Discussions, Part V
PART VI: Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers
26. Traces of Pleistocene Hunters An East African Example by GLYNN L. ISAAC
27. A Theoretical Framework for Interpreting Archeological Materials by L. G . FREEMAN, JR.
28. Methodological Considerations of the Archeological Use of Ethnographic Data by LEWIS R. BINFORD
29. Ethnographic Data and Understanding the Pleistocene by SALLY R. BINFORD
30. Studies of Hunter-Gatherers as an Aid to the Interpretation of Prehistoric Societies by J. DESMOND CLARK
31. Discussions, Part VI
PART VII: Hunting and Human Evolution
32. The Evolution of Hunting by SHERWOOD L. WASHBURN AND C. S. LANCASTER
33. Hunting: An Integrating Biobehavior System and Its Evolutionary Importance by WILLIAM S. LAUGHLIN
34. Causal Factors and Processes in the Evolution of Pre-farming Societies by JULIAN H. STEWARD
35. Discussions, Part VII
PART VIII: The Concept of Primitiveness
36. The Concept of Primitiveness by CLAUDE LEVI-STRAUSS

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