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PAUL RADIN PAPERS

WRITINGS BY OTHERS, RE: ANTHROPOLOGY AND/OR RADIN OR ASSOCIATED ANTHROPOLOGISTS
[1917-1989], undated

Biographical Note/Scope and Content



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American Anthropologist, Book Reviews, 1933
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Clements, Forrest E. Primitive Concepts of Disease. University of California, Berkeley, 32:2: (1932): 185-252
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Darnell, Regna, University of Alberta
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Grinding Sapirian Axes, 1983, 35 pp.
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and Dell Hymes, University of Pennsylvania. Edward Sapir’s Six-unit Classification of American Indian Languages: The Search for Time Perspective, ca. 1984, 42 pp.
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Edward Sapir and the Boasian Model of Cultural Process, 18 pp., ca. 1984
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Yale University. Edward Sapir’s Yale Years: The Brave (Albeit Brief) New World of Interdisciplinary Social Science, 26 pp., 1985
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Diamond, Stanley. “Paul Radin.” Chapter 3, pp. 66-97 in Totems and Teachers: Perspectives on the History of Anthropology, Sydel Silverman (editor), 1981
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Dundes, Alan, editor. The Complete Bibliography of Robert H. Lowie. University of California, Berkeley, 44 pp., 1966
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Fast Wolf, Calvin, San Francisco State University. Lecture on Lakota Ceremonies, 21 pp., ca. 1982


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Fast Wolf, Mary [Surname varies: 1981-1986 = Sacharoff; 1987 = Sacharoff-Fast Wolf; and 1988-1989 = Fast Wolf]
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The Compilation of Chinese Files of Paul Radin’s California Ethnic Minorities Project (SERA), 1933-1936, San Francisco State University, 35 pp., 1988
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Shamans and Priests: Radin’s Perception of the Social Economic Roots of Religion and the Temperments and Roles of Religious Specialists, San Francisco State University, 14 pp., 1988
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Paul Radin: New Perspectives on Ethnology, M. A. thesis, San Francisco State University, 76 pp., 1989
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Fear, Jacqueline. "English verses the Vernacular: The Suppression of Indian Languages in Reservation Schools at the End of the Nineteenth Century," Revue Fracaise D’Estudes Americaines, (1980): 9:13-24
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Flute, Rebecca
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Dakota Iapi, University of Minnesota, 66 pp., 1978
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Dakota Woonspe, Sisseton Wahpeton Community College, 11 pp., n.d. [1983?]
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Freeman, John Finley. “The American Indian in Manuscript: Preparing a Guide to Holdings in the Library of the American Philosophical Society,” Ethnohistory, 8:2: (1961): 156-178
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Furst, Peter T. “To Find Our Life: Peyote Among the Huichol Indians of Mexico,” 136-145, ca. 1970


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Gayton, A.H.
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Yokuts and Western Mono Pottery-Making, University of California, Berkeley, 24:3: (1929): 239-255
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The Ghost Dance of 1870 in South-Central California, University of California, Berkeley, 28:3: (1930): 57-82
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Geiger, Russell P. “How Paul Radin discovered the secret rites of the Winnebago Indians” [unknown publication], Kenyon College, pp. 10-11, 1983
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Gifford, E. W. The Southeastern Yavapai, University of California, Berkeley, 29:3: (1932): 177-252
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Golla, Victor
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The Sapir-Kroeber Correspondence, Letters Between Edward Sapir and A.L. Kroeber, 1905-1925, University of California, Berkeley, 494 pp., 1984
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and Edward Sapir and Alfred Kroeber. North American Linguistic Classification, George Washington University, 35 pp., 1984
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Grumet, Robert Steven. “How Strangely They Have Decreast By The Hand of God:” An Historic Epidemiology of the Upper Delawaran People, The Newberry Library, 30 pp., ca. 1981
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Handler, Richard. “The Dainty and the Hungry Man, Literature and Anthropology in the Work of Edward Sapir,” in Observers Observed: Essays on Ethnographic Fieldword, edited by G. W. Stocking, (1983): 208-231
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Heine-Geldern, Robert and Robert H. Lowie, Mitteilungen der Anthropologistchen Gesellschaft in Wien, pp. 85-86, 1957


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Hohenthal, William D. Robert H. Lowie 1883-1957, Revista do Museu Paulista, 9: (1959): 241-263
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Hoijer, Harry. “Paul Radin,” American Anthropologist, 61:5: (1959): 839-843
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Kelly, Isabel T. Yuki Basketry, University of California, Berkeley, 24:9: (1930): 421-444
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Kemnitzer, Luis, Teton, 61 pp., 1976
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Kidd, A. M. “Max Radin,” California Law Review, 38:5: (1950): 794-798
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Kuppenheimer, Louis. A Challenge to Historians of Native America: Paul Radin’s Reinterpretation of Non-literate Societies, 44 pp., 1981
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Lee, Jon
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“The Tragedy of the Seventh Day,” California Folklore Quarterly, 1:4: (1942): 337-357 [2 copies: 1 autographed]
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“Some Chinese Customs and Beliefs in California,” California Folklore Quarterly, 2:3: (1943): 191-204 [“The Kindly Old God," “The Boy Who Saw Yim Low Wong," “The Ghost-Haunted Man," “A Little Girl Dreams of Hell”, “Sleeping On the Coffin Bottom," and “The Magical Banana Tree"]
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Leonard, Gary. Book Review: “Crashing Thunder: The Autobiography of an American Indian,” English Westerners’ Tally Sheet, 2 pp., 1984
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Loeb, Edwin M.
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“The Twin Cult in the Old World and the New World,” Miscellanea Paul Rivet, 1958, 151-174
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Tribal Initiations and Secret Societies. University of California, Berkeley, 25:3: (1929): 249-288


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Lowie, Robert H.
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Letters from Edward Sapir to Robert H. Lowie, 78 pp., 1965
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“Amalie Dietrich,” Australian Zoologist, 14:3: (1968): 236-245
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Lurie, Nancy O., The Winnebago Indians: A Study in Cultural Change, Ph.D. dissertation, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 377 pp., 1952
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Martin, John S. “Circean Seduction in Three Works by Thomas Mann,” Modern Language Notes, 78:4: (1963): 346-352
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Michelson, Truman. “Some Notes on Winnebago Social and Political Organization,” 446-449, unknown, n.d.
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Plant, Gunther, “A Hebrew-Dakota Dictionary,” American Jewish Historical Society, 361-370, ca. 1954
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Sacharoff, Mary [Surname varies: 1981-1986 = Sacharoff; 1987 = Sacharoff-Fast Wolf; and 1988-1989 = Fast Wolf]
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Exhibit: Paul Radin (1883-1959), [San Francisco State University?], 1984
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Interviews
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Farris, Ted, Elmsford, New York, 1981
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Holtkrunz, Ake, University of California-Berkeley, 1983


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Sacharoff, Mary, continued [Surname varies: 1981-1986 = Sacharoff; 1987 = Sacharoff-Fast Wolf; and 1988-1989 = Fast Wolf]
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Interviews, continued
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Jenkins, David and Edith, 1981
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Lafferty, Nory, Oakland, California ,1981
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Phillips, Melba, 1982
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Sarason, Helen, and Anita Radin, New York, New York, 1983
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Lecture: The Winnebago Tribe, 1985
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Research Notes: Radin Family History, undated
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Paul Radin: The Man and His Work. An Overview [20 pp. + 4 pp. notes by Doris Radin], 1981
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Paul Radin: In Search of the Man, San Francisco State University, 30 pp., 1981
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Paul Radin: Forgotten or Ignored in Anthropology? San Francisco State University, 19 pp., 1982
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Radin: Some Perspectives on his Scholarship, San Francisco State University, 17 pp., 1982


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Sacharoff, Mary, continued [Surname varies: 1981-1986 = Sacharoff; 1987 = Sacharoff-Fast Wolf; and 1988-1989 = Fast Wolf]
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Lecture on Radin, San Francisco State University, 21 pp., 1983
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Paul Radin: Origins and Early Influences, San Francisco State University, 14 pp., 1983
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The Classification of American Indian Languages by Radin and Sapir, San Francisco State University, 14 pp., 1984
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Sapir and Radin: Friendship and Influence, San Francisco State University, 17 pp., ca. 1984
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Paul Radin: Origins and Early Influences, San Francisco State University, 26 pp., 1987
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Paul Radin: The Struggle for Individuality, 1914-1945, San Francisco State University, 12 pp., 1987
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Radin and Boas: Conflict and Concurrence, A Brief Study of the Interpersonal Dynamic and the Possible Loss to American Ethnology, San Francisco State University, 14 pp. + 4 pp. Boas correspondence [facsimiles], 1987
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Sapir, Edward
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“Discussion and Correspondence: Do We Need a ‘Superorganic’?” American Anthropologist, 19: (1917): 441-450
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Book Review: “Crashing Thunder: The Autobiography of an American Indian,” The American Journal of Sociology, pp. 303-304, undated


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Sapir, Edward, continued
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Scientists Committee on Loyalty and Security, The Fort Monmoth Security Investigations, August 1953-April 1954, The Federation of American Scientists, New Haven, 68 pp., 1954
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Siouan and Caddoan Linguistics, 4: (1981), and 5: (1985)
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Slochower, Harry
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“Psychoanalytic Distinction Between Myth and Mythopoesis,” Journal of the American Psycholanalytic Association, 18:1: (1970): 150-164
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“The Bomb and Terrorism: Their Linkage,” American Imago, 39:3: (1982): 269-272
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“Marx and Freud,” American Imago, 39:4: (1982): 285-342
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“Sex and Language,” Gradiva, (1984): 17-20
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“Hope- Beyond Hopelessness,” American Imago, 41:3: (1984): 287-243
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Letter to Editor, Praxis, 4: (1978): 326-329
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Stein, Maurice R., Arthur J. Vidich and David Manning White. Identity and Anxiety: Survival of the Person in Mass Society, The Free Press, Glencoe, 658 pp., 1960


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Stewart, Omar C. “Three Gods for Joe,” Quarterly Reviw of Psychical Research, 4:3: (1956): 71-76
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“Three Gods for Joe,” Quarterly Reviw of Psychical Research, 4:3: (1956): 71-76

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“The Peyote Religion and the Ghost Dance,” Indian Historian, 5:4: (1972): 27-30

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“Origin of the Peyote Religion in the United States,” Plains Anthropologist, 19:65: (1974): 211-223

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“Anthropological Theory and History of Peyotism,” Ethnohistory, 26:3: (1979): 277-281

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“Peyotism and Mescalism,” Plains Anthropologist, 25:90: (1980): 297-309

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“The Native American Church,” Anthropology on the Great Plains, University of Nebraska Press, pp. 188-196, 1980

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Vidich, Arthur J. “Paul Radin and Contemporary Anthropology,” Social Research, 32:4 (1965): 375-407
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Weitlaner, R. J. “Paul Radin’s Classification of the Languages of Mexico,” Tlalocan, 1:1: (1944): 65-70
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Wolff, Hans. “Comparative Siouan II,” International Journal of American Linguistics, 16:3: (1950): 113-121
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